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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
Have lived in the area for many years and just discovered The Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm Restaurant. If you want to be treated like you are celebrating a special occasion this is the place you want to come to. We were greeted by the very kind owner who chatted with us a bit before walking us to our table. Soon after our outstanding, friendly waiter, Nick, introduced himself and was very knlowedgeable about everything on the menu letting us know they like to use local goods available to them throughout the seasons. The dinners were some of the best we've ever had, scallops, halibut and elk all cooked perfectly accompanied by polenta, and vegetables. The desserts were all so delicious..light and flavorful. The chef not only pays attention to detail but also to flavor. Everything had a distinct flavor but never overwhelming. We were served several delicious treats following our dessert and then sent home with individual sugar glazed donuts that were so light and airy. What a nice touch! This restaurant is a true gem and we look forward to our next visit!
We decided to try a quiet early evening dinner at the Inn at Barler Sheaf after reading positive reviews and wanting to try some place new and local. We love BYO and found menu items that went well with the wine we brought with us. The menu had a nice variety of choices without being overwhelming and some interesting options like elk and rabbit. We enjoyed everything and look forward to coming back!
Our first time dining here. We have driven past the Barley Sheaf a ton of times, but never remembered to try it when looking for something new. Luckily we received the Birthday Pak in the mail & ventured out. The moment you walk in you notice how exquisite & romantic the place is. We sat along the windows expecting it to be cold, but it was not. DH & I started with soup (onion?) & for something different tried the Beet & Pear Salad Normally we do not like beets, but the mix of beet & pear flavors were a perfect way to begin the evening. The soup came out in a huge bowl which only made you feel like they forgot the soup. The portion of soup was perfect. It was creamy, delicious, had bacon pieces & had a nice smokey flavor. I had the East Coast Scallops for my meal. The scallops were perfectly cooked and came with slices of grapefruit. Believe it or not, the grapefruit mixed well with the scallops adding a pop of sweetness to the scallops. DH ordered the fish special which was served on wild rice. He really enjoyed his meal. We shared a side of the Smoke Potatoes. Wow those potatoes were fantastic & had a great smokey flavor. We cannot express enough how wonderful everything was. We finished our entire entrees as the food was just overly delicious. Lastly we ordered the Salt Baked Pineapple. We hoped it would have be as exquisite as the rest of the meal, but sorry to say this dessert was a big disappointment. It was just an ordinary slice of pineapple with vanilla ice cream & pieces of sponge cake. No wow factor there. They did serve a petit four dessert plate that included a wrapped caramel. The caramel was the best ever! More please!! Our server was attentive, friendly, and knew the menu well. Our server presented our bill with 2 wrapped cinnamon sugar donuts to take home which we ate the next day. They were so good, very light tasting. We dream about them. Overall, we cannot say enough good things. Definitely will come back & try other items on the menu.
WOW! we must have passed by this inn 1000 times on our way to lahaska or lambertville but didn't realize that such a GEM existed! and so close to my house! OMG!
So now there is a wonderful new restaurant on my very special (fussy) list! it's so lovely to see and then to find out that dinner is just as special! the service and the attention that we had at dinner was simply amazing . the meal was so beautifully presented and the tastes were PERFECT! i cannot wait to take friends to this dream of a restaurant!
Food didn't come to the table uniformly hot. Staff was very nice and accomodating. Perhaps they could have used a runner/busboy to get dishes out of the kitchen faster. It was a first visit with family for a dual birthday. A very nice country house/ Band B a little more effort with the food would have made it as smashing experience. Will go back and try dinner and see----
This was our 4th time dining here. The occasion was my mother-in-law's birthday. The previous 3 times I went it was really good. THIS time it was AMAZING! I am not sure what the change was, but absolutely phenomenal meals (2 of us had Bronzino, 1 Ribeye & 1 Scallops). The service part has always been above average - it was specifically the food this time that blew us away. Appetizers we had were salmon tartar, grilled Romaine, & Octopus.
Thank you for such a fantastic meal!
As always, we find the Barley Sheaf an outstanding restaurant. We love the ambiance, the food is delicious and there are always new and interesting items on the menu. The waiter was very knowledgeable about every selection. You are never rushed at this restaurant and the setting is spectacular.
Great restaurant for special occasions or when you desire to treat yourself with a special experience. Menu is somewhat limited, but what you expect at a bed and breakfast inn. Food presentation, service and quality were all top drawer. Our first time, and we will certainly return soon.
This was my 4th visit to Barley Sheaf Farm. All of my visits have been absolutely delightful. It is my go to place for bringing out of town guests.
For this visit, my friend and I enjoyed our appetizers and entrees. All were perfectly cooked and nicely seasoned. My only small complaint was the black dishes which took away from the visual beauty and artful plating that was lost in the dark background.
The BYOB portion is also a great treat to bring a special bottle of wine to enjoy with the complex dishes.
Management was very attentive and friendly as was the service.
I look forward to many more visits to this Bucks County gem.
This is such a beautiful place. Great food and staff. Feels like you are on vacation. The ceiling is painted like the sky with little butterflies and birds scattered throughout the clouds. There is also a fireplace and an open kitchen. We thoroughly enjoyed brunch here and it's definitely firmly on our list of favorites. Highly recommend checking this place out.
This was our second time dining at Barley Sheaf Farm and just loved our evening. The ambience of the dining room is wonderful, the food selections are exciting...so much so that it's hard to make a selection. We'd love to say, "one of each," but could never eat that much food. The staff is knowledgeable and all made is feel welcome and special. We look forward to going back again.
This is the hidden gem of Bucks County. The food is of the highest quality and quite creative. The menu is small as it makes use of things that are in season, so don't expect any tomatoes or the like in February, because they couldn't do that well. So they won't. Think squash and beets in February. As I am a small eater, I forwent the first course for the octopus second course. Awesome. My branzoni was perfectly cooked (and filleted). The pudding cake dessert was rediculously decadent. And the unexpected dessert treats kept coming. Including this rediculously awesome vanilla salted caramel. So go and try this place!
My husband and I had a really good dinner at The Barley Sheaf Farm on a week day evening. My husband's birthday fell midweek and I didn't want to cook! Our food was very good, I had an octopus course and my husband had grilled romaine salad. For dinner I enjoyed a hanger steak and he had elk. We both thought our entrees were excellent. I have one suggestion for the restaurant. The food is plated on very, very dark plates. They looked black, maybe navy. The food isn't very eye-appealing on such dark plates in a dark dining room. My husbands entree had both prunes and beets with very rare elk. Imagine how that looks on a dark plate. Just an idea.
Very attentive, fiendly, helpful waite staff. Management/Owner(?) very caring about all guests. Food preparation, presentation and quality are tops. The menu is very limited yet, with the several added specails of the evenng, more than enough selection to satisfy any taste. A warm country, open kitchem setting with limited seating and efficient erseravtion times which permits the kitchen the proper time to prepare and servee the food.
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