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About Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm
Please join us at our restaurant featuring delicious contemporary American cuisine - fresh farm to table - prepared by our Executive Chef Josh Homacki. The Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm is a hidden gem in Buckingham and features seasonal menus for dinner and brunch. Remember - we are also a BYOB!
Holicong, PA 18928
Hours of Operation:
Brunch: Saturday & Sunday: 9:00am - 2:00pm
Dinner: Wednesday - Saturday: 6:00pm - 10:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
On Site parking is available for guests.
Banquet, BYO Liquor, Farm to Table, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access
Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm Ratings and Reviews
The food was well prepared and presented. All choices demonstrated cooking ability and creativity on the chef's part. The service was immediate and knowledgable. No need or question went unanswered. We wanted (or waited) for nothing during the entire meal. Our table overlooked a beautiful garden patio. Outdoor dining during the summer is to be looked forward to. All things considered, a totally enjoyable evening realistically priced. A unique value!
Wonderful from start to finish. Creative dinner menu and although the menu is small there is enough to chose from. A vegetarian option on the dinner menu would be nice though. Delicious food and the staff are very friendly without being obtrusive. Lovely atmosphere. Great place fore a special occasion. L
This is our 2nd meal at Barley Sheaf. The first time for dinner and this one for Sunday brunch. Mark and his team have a winning combination... a gorgeous setting, charming ambiance and delicious cuisine. Dining here feels like having a meal in a lovely historic home or private club. I, without hesitation, recommend Barley Sheaf for a special occasion meal but also for an everyday meal when you are looking for a serene, more private environment. That you can bring your own wine is a plus.
We were a group of 9 friends who gathered for a wonderful afternoon together. The weather was overcast and raining, a perfect day to be in a lovely interior looking out over gorgeous and expansive grounds. The food was good and our server was exceptional. She had a lovely French accent, was very patient and attentive. Everyone was so pleased with the experience.
My wife recently was diagnosed with celiac disease. At the BS she was treated so gracefully,nothing was overlooked in dealing with what she could and couldn't have. This has been the only restaurant we feel comfortable and safe coming to because they are very knowledgeable about the disease.
What a find! We have passed by this beautiful spot tucked back off of busy York Road yet never ate here before. The Inn is charming and the grounds are lovely. Our server was Pat and he was excellent. We enjoyed a fresh beet salad and the interesting tête du porc. The light arugula gnocchi was excellent. Our entrees were the duck and a halibut cassoulet, both very good. Dessert was a chocolate dish with a pretzel ice cream, yum!
Can't wait to try the Inn again.
First time here. Very nice place overall. The portions are small, so you almost have to get the three courses they offer. The menu apparently varies daily, so it must diverse over time. Although most dishes were very good, some of the preps fell short. The duck was far too rare. The beet salad was just so-so. The chocolate pudding cake should have been accompanied by a larger scoop of ice cream. The gnocci, sword fish and arugula salad were all very good.The truffle assortment at the end was very nice. The price was typical for fine dinning in the area.
We'll probably give it another try.
The location was ideal and extremely scenic. The food was excellent and the service outstanding without hovering. We celebrated my wife's birthday and was she pleased. We will recommend to our foodie friends and will put this restaurant on our first class list.
Several months ago my wife and I visited Barley Sheaf Farm and had an outstanding Sunday Lunch. We liked the ambiance and service, so we decided to celebrate our wedding anniversary by going back for dinner. The atmosphere was romantic and the service excellent, but the food was only fair. The salads we had were okay, but nothing out of the ordinary. My wife's entree (scallops) was good, but mine (lamb) was poor. The meat was of poor quality and the sides and presentation were bland. Overall, we did not think it was good value for what we paid. We will go back for lunch, but probably not for dinner.
A hidden gem! We are in the Lambertville-New Hope area multiple times a year and somehow missed this dining establishment. We went for Sunday Brunch on an incredible spring day and were treated to a gourmet's delight for our meal. Each course (there are three to choose from) has hidden delights - a smoked salmon platter with capers, wild rice soup or a delicious spring salad of baby lettuces as a first course; beautifully prepared eggs benedict, avocado toast or a special pork dish as an entree (of course pancakes and french toast are options and must surely be heavenly) and a poached pear crepe or a buttermilk chocolate cake for dessert. Who could ask for more. The servers were very attentive and the view out onto the beautifully landscaped lawn and pool of the historic inn and farm was exquisite! The Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm is a must for those who savor delicious food!
overall the meal was fantastic! The beat Salad had such a presentation we did not want to mess it up by eating it; it was delicious. Artic Char was out of this world, very delicate, the sauces and flax seed crackers were unbelievable. The flavors were so subtle and finished with a luscious flavors. The octopus was cooked just right with a very tasty sauce, one of the best dishes I have had in a long time. We finished with the hanger steak that was so tender and cooked to perfection. It's a BYOB, so that was a nice to bring your favorite wine(s). The service could not have been better, Rochelle was fabulous and very attentive, to a certain extent, not intrusive. Desert was to die for, had the chocolate flourless cake that went perfect with the red wine we brought. Highly recommend this restaurant it's a great place to enjoy one of the best meals you will ever have. Definitely going back when we get a chance.
Really well rounded dining experience with excellent hosting, service and most importantly, outstanding execution of New American, farm to table cuisine. My only note would be that the tables and chairs are a bit dated, but comfortable and overall it's pretty nit-picky to even mention, but the two seater tables are a little lengthy if you're looking to have a quiet conversation.
Date night with my wife. Great ambiance for intimate meal. Food was original and exceptional. As an ardent foodie who loves gourmet dining, tough to beat this gem out in the middle of Bucks County. Also, as a wine lover, I value BYOB locations that permit me the opportunity to bring my finer wines without having to pay ridiculous restaurant mark ups. We'll be back!
I took my lady friend for our first date. The service is very good, the owners help with service and make sure everything is satisfactory. We were not rushed and the brunch menu has a good array of options. You can order as much of anything that you like. I highly recommend the Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm.
We heard wonderful things about the Inn and we were hook at the beautiful long driveway leading up to the main building. The owners greeted us upon entry and we were lead to a sun room type eating area with full view of the amazing chef. The food was amazing (as well as seasonal) and so was the staff. I would recommend this place to anyone and certainly be returning for more amazing food!
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