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!
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
Barley Sheaf's brunch may seem pricey bu ...
Barley Sheaf's brunch may seem pricey but the option of having as many items off the menu as you like is very enticing. They'll even prepare small portions of each item so you get a "tasting" experience. Lots of options (both breakfast and lunch items) and they're all fantastic.
Our experience at barley sheaf farm was ...
Our experience at barley sheaf farm was exceptional. As a business owner, I actually learned a lot from the experience. The attention to detail was incredible. The service, the food, the atmosphere, and the innkeepers were amazing ! I'm not one to write reviews often, but I was compelled to write this one. My wife and I went for the first time, but we left customers for life. I now know and understand the word dining experience better.
This restaurant is an amazing gem. The a ...
This restaurant is an amazing gem. The atmosphere is country elegant starting with the long driveway with grazing deer to the lovely facility and ample parking. We brought some fabulous California wine (the restaurant is BYOB) and the food was a perfect match to the quality. We had heard about this place from friends and decided to give it a try. WOW! It was a superb dining experience. We have not enjoyed a new restaurant that much in years. The owner greeted us at the door and invited us to have a seat in the "living room." He had our wine opened and we enjoyed a glass while waiting for our table. The kitchen is visible from the tables and the food prepared to order. The cuisine is world class and the prices reasonable. Be sure not to mention that since we are planning to return often and we don't want them to jack up their prices! In any case, this was an amazing find and I heartily endorse it to you.
We love the venue -- especially when we ...
We love the venue -- especially when we get the small room all to ourselves. Service is professional and excellent (even when our server appears to be in high school). With a group of 6, the only complaints were "for $14, it would be nice to get more than a 4 inch strip of octopus", and two in our party ordered the duck breast. One thought it undercooked and very tough, the other thought it was overcooked and very tough. But pretty tough in either case. I had a special cod dish with a smokey bacon broth that was simply wonderful. And in most cases, I'd suggest ordering a side or two. Although a number of things are listed with most entrees, those are very minimal embellishments, not really sides.
Still, we LOVE it.
I have now dined at The Barley Sheaf for ...
I have now dined at The Barley Sheaf for both dinner and brunch. Both times I was extremely impressed with the delicious & creative menu. I have had two wonderful experiences enjoying top shelf dishes at prices far less than those in Center City. In addition, as a BYOB, it is hard to imagine much better.
Having had a very memorable wedding rece ...
Having had a very memorable wedding reception on the grounds of the Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm in October, 2015, we were familiar with the quality, professionalism and attention to detail that our hosts, Mark and Deena, had created with their courteous and knowledgeable staff. This first-year anniversary dinner reinforced our views that this jewel of Bucks County, PA is deserving of visits year round. The inventive, seasonal menus and idyllic, historical setting create the perfect backdrop for casual meals or larger, celebratory events.
Food is consistently excellent. Quiet, r ...
Food is consistently excellent. Quiet, relaxed and unrushed environment in a traditional but beautiful setting. Open kitchen with a great chef and team. Every menu item has a flavorful twist. Stars this time: daikon radish with crab and harissa with the octopus. And the venison was pretty darn good. Best fine dining in the area.
I was disappointed maybe due to my expec ...
I was disappointed maybe due to my expectations. I thought they could have done a much better job in making this place a special, quaint country inn with a high-quality food to match. It turns out that the culinary skill of the chef has a lot to be desired.
My wife and I enjoyed the experience ver ...
My wife and I enjoyed the experience very much. The friendliness of the service was outstanding. We thought the food was above average; but, it was the total experience of the place which will bring us back and recommend to others.
First time guest at the restaurant. My ...
First time guest at the restaurant. My wife and I planned a nice anniversary dinner. We had a fantastic experience. Food, service and ambience all exceeded expectations. The staff were courteous and knowledgable. The coziness of an 18th century farm house makes for a great environment. We both had a scrumptious main course one pork tenderloin and the other New York strip. The apps of corn soup and octopi were both delicious. We will be back
Sensational place with great Bucks Count ...
Sensational place with great Bucks County chic vibe. We still can't believe the minimal cost of an exquisite brunch with so many options. Private room, complimentary mimosa, gorgeous day. Marvelous service. And I live ten minutes away.
We brought our fourteen month old granddaughter and between courses, she saw her first butterfly while strolling on the grounds with Grammy. Oh, if these walls could talk and recall the days of Moss Hart, George S. Kaufman & Co. what stories they could tell!
Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm is classy but n ...
Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm is classy but not stuffy. We went there for dinner. Our young server is very attentive and informative. The food is well prepared and presented elegantly. We not only feast on the food, we also feast our eyes on the flower in garden. At the end of the meal, we were offered 4 pieces of different candies made by the chef. Once again they are presently neatly on a plate. Before we left, we were given two little cinnamon donuts to take home. I normally do not like donuts. But these are delicious. All the little gestures add to our pleasant dining experience.
Duck and fish were perfectly prepared, n ...
Duck and fish were perfectly prepared, nicely presented and accompanied with an assortment of tasty and interesting selections. Service was attentive and friendly. A good city type restaurant tucked into a beautiful country setting.
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