We also eat at the Farmhouse everytime we make to Branson and have been doing this for over 26 years. Good food and reasonable prices. Usually busy but enjoy the downtown location and the fact that my parents took my here when I was a teenager so it feels like home. Also GREAT iced tea
Everything about it was perfect. Home town place with food that looks like your grandma just cooked it in the kitchen at home. I had the Fisherman's breakfast which is a little of everything plus more and I ate it all and dang it was good. the Biscuits are HUGH and super dense so that is a true lead sinker to fill you up quick. My wife ate the Pecan pancakes and they were divine. Overall I can not say enough about how wonderful the breakfast was. I look forward to going back again. Be sure if there is a small line to hang on for a couple of minutes the food comes out quick and service is great so it does not take too long for table to open up and it is well worth the wait if you have too. This is dead in the middle of historic Branson and by far the best breakfast place in town and one of the best breakfast places I have ever eaten at.
We have been visiting Branson for years and have always heard good things about the Farmhouse we just never made it in. I am glad we finally did. It is small and always crowded but the food was everything that was advertised. We will definitely go back.
The Farmhouse doesn't often disappoint if you know what you are going there for. If you are looking for top notch 5 star dining, then you will be *sorely* disappointed. If you are looking for a place to sit and rest your feet while walking around the old downtown area and are looking for some country cooking then the Farmhouse is really a great place to go! As other reviews state, chicken-fried steak, opened face sam'miches, potatoes and green beans. It's basic, it's not fancy, but it's normally good food. It does get a little crowded in there - the tables are a little bunched up. But overall good value for your dollar.
My wife and I always eat breakfast at The Farmhouse while in Branson. They serve breakfast all day, so if you like to sleep in, like we do, then you will love the Farmhouse for a late breakfast. The food has always been awesome. Actually had lunch there one day, had the country fried steak, and it was delicious!
The first Bob Evans Restaurant opened in 1962 in Rio Grande, Ohio. Today, Bob Evans Restaurants providing homestyle food and
friendly service to our customers primarily in the East North Central, mid Atlantic and Southern United States. Bob Evans ...
Quiet country setting, private baths, beautiful view and comes with a country breakfast. They are both child and pet friendly.
They are 25 miles from Branson, and are near areas for canoeing.
Amenities:Television (Cable/Satellite). Telephone. Daily Maid Service. Non Smoking Rooms. Air Conditioning (In Room). Mini Bar. Television. Hotel Details:56 Rooms /
2 Floors. Smoke Alarm in Rooms. Common/Public Areas Accessible to Wheelchairs. Fax (For Guests). Complementary Coffee. Common Area Wireless ...
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