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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, BYO Wine, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access
Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm Ratings and Reviews
Fabulous Brunch as always at this gem. Consistently superior in all respects. We have been enjoying "Barley Sheaf " for the past 4-5 years for both their weekend Brunch and Special Occasion Dinners and have never been disappointed. Service has been attentive but not oppressive, food always exceptional and the setting serene. With their recent high national ranking it is important to reserve ahead because they fill available reservations quickly.
Was seated away from the open kitchen and in the corner where there is a large island. The staff was drying and putting away glassware, plates and utensils. The noise from the utensils was at moments fairly ridiculous - it only lasted a few minutes so we just "waited it out". Had it recurred again I would've politely said something to the waiter. Just sort of a rookie error for such an otherwise very polished operation. Food was on the whole very good. Octopus was the best I've ever had - a triumph in itself. I will return just for the octopus.
The Barley Sheaf Farm Restaurant is a unique place to dine. The grounds are very pretty and the restaurant is adorable and cheerful. The menu items are delicious and unique, but limited selections. The servers are very attentive and knowledgeable, so ask about the different choices. My husband and I have had special dinners here and I have had brunch with a group of girl friends. We all enjoy it!
A hidden gem of a restaurant. Beautiful ambiance, impeccable service and one of the most delicious brunches I've ever had. Everything fresh and made to order. Small plates so you can try different selections. The scallops with coconut risotto with a mango puree was heavenly!!!
This past Saturday evening my wife and another couple dined at The Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm, and in a word, fabulous. The open kitchen setting is a rare treat, the food was fresh, creative and every bite seemed better than the one before. Each person had a different entrée, duck, wagyu beef, scallops and turbo, I had the duck, and it was the best duck I have ever had.
The service was impeccable, desserts divine, AND, this place is a BYO! Go for the food, go for the atmosphere, but do go. Our dinner was as fine a dining experience as you will get in Philadelphia or NYC.
We have been here several times for brunch and hope to try dinner soon. Just love the setting the food and the service. The menu has been different each time and each time novel and innovative and the invitation to try many different entrees for brunch is so tempting, that we often skip the dessert-although one of our party had the lemon tart which she described as heavenly! Little touches like the basket of breads and muffins really make this brunch feel special. Our server this time was particularly delightful making us all feel very welcome and the birthday girl really enjoyed speaking in French with her!
Paired with an pre-noon viewing of wonderful impressionistic oil paintings depicting bucolic scenes of Bucks County, our arrival to the farm and inn continued our fun “get away” day. Our server was so gracious ( was able to practice my French) and with her explanation we were guided to order from both the breakfast and the savory sides of the menu. We said “yum” several times while taking first bites. Plans are already in the works to return with additional friends in the spring and summer.
Although our food, for the most part, was very good, we had a very inexperienced server. We were served soup without a spoon to eat it with. We were also served a shared dish with no serving utensil. When I asked for one, I was given a teaspoon which promptly fell into the dish. The server walked away and said “enjoy”. Also, I ordered a dessert which I did not care for. The server did not come by until much later to see if I was still working on it. When I said I did not care for it, he just took it away. At any other fine restaurant, I would have been offered something else or it would have been taken off the bill. But the part that annoyed me the most was having to pay an 18% tip that was already included in the bill. We were only four people so it was not a large party. This server did not deserve an 18% tip.
One rarely is made to feel this welcome in a fine restaurant. There is no pretense, no condescension, only friendly, sincere, engaged service. The food is wonderful — some of the most creative and adventurous in the Delaware Valley. The chef as a complex palette of flavors and ideas that he blends and combines into delicious, uncommon appetizers and entrees. I can’t imagine anyone enjoying this gem.
My wife has celiac disease so must be gluten free in all foods. This place is our go to place because many dishes are gluten free...can be made gluten free...and they check before they tell you what you want to hear. Gluten free?? Sure...just order it. They don't do that...just the opposite. As long as they are here we will be also.
Our recent dining experience at this restaurant was lovely. Six friends who had not been together in quite some time decided to give this "hidden gem" a try. We had heard of the restaurant but had yet to try it. Our experience was great. The food was delicious and creative and our server was delightful. We lingered on and the staff was so accomodating to us. We hope to return soon!
It was a rainy Sunday. My friend is "brunch averse" and this place was welcoming, there were choices and it was all delicious. Would have liked to taken a stroll around the grounds, but it was too wet. The owner was on hand to discuss the unique history of this home. Very good experience.
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