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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
My husband and I had dinner on 7/15 and breakfast on 7/16. Two different chefs, both EXCELLENT! Both of us raved about the Basil Spaetzle (from the second course choices on the dinner menu ) as one of the best things we've ever tasted! I especially enjoyed the Smoked Salmon platter from the breakfast menu - beautifully presented and perfectly delicious. Service was prompt, courteous, and thoroughly friendly. What a place!
Whenever my husband and I decide to go out to dinner, we always select The Inn at Barley Sheaf. The ambience is welcoming; Dina & Mark (the owners) greet everyone with a smile - they do everything possible to make sure you have an enjoyable dining experience; Josh & Rob prepare the best meals you've ever had and present each dish as a work of art; Nick, Rachelle & Patrick's service is impeccable and friendly. It's a wonderfully joyous way to dine!
We had a wonderful dinner and time at the Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm. The food was unique and elegant, the service was friendly and attentive (couldn't have been better), and the ambience was quiet, relaxing, and casual-classy. The outdoor views from the French doors add to the romantic atmosphere.
They serve unique menu items (or foods prepared in different ways, paired with unique sauces, etc). The menu changes often and features various seasonal ingredients/items. Even though we haven't tried it, the breakfast menu looks good too! We look forward to our next visit!
Hubby and I went for our anniversary dinner. We've been here before so we knew it would be an incredible meal. The Inn and dining room are charming. Food is fabulous with interesting ingredients. We both had a different fish dish, salads, and second course and had a lot to eat. The candies and the donut that they serve to you at the end are so delicious. All I can say is Wow! We'll be back .
Built in 1743, the historic inn has been thoroughly modernized, with an excellent menu, friendly and efficient service, and plenty of space between tables. Parking is somewhat limited, but you can park on the grass, if necessary (we did) and it all works out. Enjoy!
Truly amazing restaurant. The Sunday Brunch runs $35 a person and is completely inclusive, NO annoying uncharges for fresh juice or even mimosa. The menu is also UNLIMITED, meaning you can order any and all items as many times as you wish. Not only is the menu unlimited, but it is also made-to-order and you can taste the high quality of the ingredients. I was also pleasantly surprised by some of the upscale offerings, such as veal and filet mignon Oscar (while I did not personally order, we saw many come out and they were very decent sized steaks). A steak of this type would cost $35 itself at many steakhouses. The menu also included halibut (delicious), and your typical Sunday Brunch food, such as eggs Benedict (with ham or salmon), pancakes, French toast, and sausage gravy.
The restaurant has also perfected the wait time between courses. Instead of trying to fill you up with a huge first course to save money, the restaurant did not overload any plates and allowed time for your food to digest in-between. It was evident that the Barley Sheaf owners/staff did this because they enjoyed it, NOT because it was a money maker.
We enjoined 1 "First Course" dish, 3 "Second (main) Course" dishes, and 1 Desert dish. We also had water, coffee, and fresh squeezed orange juice throughout the meal.
All in all, well worth the price, COME HUNGRY, and enjoy the beautiful grounds!
Setting was very nice with good ambiance. I would recommend the Octopus for first or second course. Pocono trout and the halibu were moist and flavorful. First time I have seen pickled spruce tips. I love beet salad and this one was excellent. Service was knowledgeable and understated. Will be back.
The food was very tasty and the survive was good. Desert was interesting and the ice creams was delish. One thing that would be great to improve on is the temp of hot tea. Temp was just warm, and tea really needs hot boiled water to taste good. Would love t try their brunch, but lack of hot water for tea is a deal breaker. However, it should be an easy fix.
Everything we experienced from service, food quality ,atmosphere, friendliness was all first class. This is a very special place to enjoy with friends and loved ones that enjoy a great dining experience. I Can't think of any other place in the Bucks County area that even comes close.
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.
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