About Wyebrook Farm Market & Cafe
Wyebrook Farm Market and Cafe is located in a beautiful 18th Century stone barn and open courtyard in pastoral Chester County, PA. The Restaurant offers a seasonal menu of dishes featuring meat raised right here on the farm along with organic locally-produced vegetables and cheeses. Reservations are recommended for Dinner and Sunday Brunch, reservations are not required (but appreciated) for Lunch.
All dining at Wyebook is BYOB.
In our Market and Butcher Shop we offer Wyebrook Farm raised hand-butchered beef, pork, lamb, goat and chicken. All meats can be cut to your exact specification. We also have many hard-to-find items such as cheek, tongue, offal, tail, marrow bones, ears, and feet. We can uniquely tell you how the meat you buy spent every day of its life.
Contemporary American, Organic, American
Hours of Operation:
LUNCH: Wednesday - Saturday: 11:00 am - 3:00 pm, Reservations Not Required, but appreciated.
DINNER: Wednesday - Saturday: 5.00 pm - 9:00 pm, Reservations Recommended
BRUNCH: Sunday: 10:00 am - 3:00 pm, Reservations Recommended
Lewis Mills Road / Creek Road
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
(610) 942-7481 ext. 4
Live Music Saturdays 12-3pm. See website for details.
Chef Andrew Wood
BYO Liquor, Entertainment, Farm to Table, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access
Wyebrook Farm Market & Cafe Ratings and Reviews
The drive to this restaurant is beautifu ...
The drive to this restaurant is beautiful and is the restaurant itself. The Market is small and was mostly meat from the farm, which is nice, along with other local products. We were seated next to a high traffic door when there were plenty of tables available and the hostess was not really accommodating when we asked for a different table. We had made a reservation and was early. Our waiter helped up out with changing tables. We were told by our new watress that we needed to order everything at once and for the best experience should order a three course meal: salad, pasta dish, and entree. Besides being too much food and quite pricey (entrees alone were 18 to 30, mostly around 25), that seemed a bit much. It seems they are going for fine dining when it is really more suited for nice casual or even upscale family. The food was good and appropriately sized but $27.00 for a chicken breast? I am all for locally sourced products and I love that the meat comes off the farm itself but we felt a little price gouged. Our meal for two was just over 100.00 (2 appetizers, 2 entrees, a kombucha, a cup of coffee and 1 pie) and it was BYOB. The honey pie was awesome everything else was very well prepared but seemed plain, not very seasoned. We might try it again or come for the music or view but it was just not special enough for the price for the food. Awesome concept for destination dining.
A wonderful restaurant in the Honey Broo ...
A wonderful restaurant in the Honey Brook, PA area. Delicious, fresh food, locally sourced in a peaceful atmosphere with a great view. I'll definitely be back and am also recommending to all my friends. The beef had a delicious flavor, but was somewhat chewy due to it being grass fed. Wonderful find!
The setting is gorgeous! If you like to ...
The setting is gorgeous! If you like to dine outdoors in a tranquil setting, this is your spot. The food is close to being very good, but fell short. My family shared what we would do different for every dish, whether it was the seasoning or the sauce. They are close! Among the three of us we shared 2 salads and 3 pastas, and the amount of food was just perfect. Our waiter tried to sell us on a salad, a pasta and an entree each, but that would be too much food. I look forward to giving them some time to work out the kinks and improve their food, then going back. And, we loved the BYOB feature.
Atmosphere nice but menu limited - not e ...
Atmosphere nice but menu limited - not enough choices and way overpriced for what it is. I had eye round roast which is roast beef and it was almost 30.00 for a little meat and over cooked kale which was burnt and acron tasting so I couldn't even eat it. My husband and father in law both got the pork loin which was extremely tough. Very disappointed especially because we were so excited to try this place. Won't go back!
Had been wanting to go for months and wa ...
Had been wanting to go for months and was really excited to be able to make reservations for our anniversary dinner. The service was phenomenal and the view gorgeous, but the food severely lacked...even for my husband who will eat just about anything!:(
This was our second time to Wyebrook. Ou ...
This was our second time to Wyebrook. Our first time was last September. Everything about it was so positive , the ambiance , food, and service was wonderful. This time, not so much. The bugs were so bad we had to move indoors with our table right beside the butcher window. Not so appealing. The apps were really delicious. The entrees were so so , small, and the beef was tough and was sent back. The staff is friendly and accommodating. The scenery is beautiful. But we didn't have the same experience as our first visit. Don't think we will be back and chance disappointment again.
Had a great meal. Wait staff was very fr ...
Had a great meal. Wait staff was very friendly and informative. View was really great but might be really nice when the leaves change. A byob place but they are very nicely set up for those who want to bring their own. Would tell friends and family how great it was.
We ate brunch. Food was poorly cooked. ...
We ate brunch.
Food was poorly cooked. Over easy eggs arrived hard. Beef hash badly overcooked. Pieces of beef were hard. I know it was advertised as "burnt ends hash", but that was ridiculous. The sweet potatoes in the hash were mushy as if they were sitting around for way too long.
Pastry basket was good, but overpriced for three small offerings.
Excellent orange juice.
The setting is beautiful
Net result, I am unlikely to go back.
One of the best restaurants in the great ...
One of the best restaurants in the greater Philadelphia area. All of the food in locally raised or grown and was amazing. The view was spectacular and the staff was amazing. Bring the kids , your dog, BYOB and an appetite. Don't forget to save room for dessert (Alaskan S'mores)
Third time dining this year. First 2 ti ...
Third time dining this year. First 2 times servers were great. This time, she was pretentious and aloof. Food has always been excellent. The outdoor seating is lovely. Hope they have a good insurance policy as kids are allowed to run all over the place and there are animals and what could be called "attractive nuisances" on the premises.
A great place to meet friends and enjoy ...
A great place to meet friends and enjoy a lovely lunch and the beautiful weather. The service was great, the servers were knowledgeable and attentive while giving you space to enjoy your meal. The food was absolutely delicious; it is so fresh and wonderful flavor. The BYOB option is fun. The live music was very enjoyable and added to a fun, relaxed atmosphere. We will definitely be back.
Beautiful view, relaxed atmosphere. Food ...
Beautiful view, relaxed atmosphere. Food: great pasta dishes, wonderful vegetables, meat can sometimes be tough, its raised on the farm surrounding diners, but sometimes wonderful.
Service too is sporadic, sometimes great , sometimes just ok.
Dined inside for early evening dinner. S ...
Dined inside for early evening dinner. Service was spot-on and our server very knowledgeable of the various dishes and associated ingredients. I would have given a 5-star rating had the only dish been my pork crusted entree, however, my wife's zucchini boat delivered an unexpected hot spicy context which did not agree with her and, had she been advised during ordering, would have avoided it.
I was looking for a place to meet some f ...
I was looking for a place to meet some friends who were camping in French Creek for lunch. I googled the area and found Wyebrook....it's definitely on my list of favorites now! From the food to the service to the surroundings quite a fantastic spot!!
Great find tucked into the countryside o ...
Great find tucked into the countryside of HoneyBrook PA. Well worth the drive. The menu is limited to about 20 items but our picks were outstanding. Portions are moderate but plenty filling. From the amazing cheese platter, amazing cold soup to melt in your mouth meats - what a treat. Best meal all year. Loved being the farm and the staff was very helpful and accommodating and yes save room for the pecan pie dessert!
Beautiful drive into a working farm feat ...
Beautiful drive into a working farm featuring locally grown vegetables and locally raised meat selections. I needed an explanation of almost every outstanding plate because the flavors aren't generated from the standard array of vegetables and fruits. The dishes were "lively savory" as the flavors "popped" with more taste than is normally associated with "savory." Each plate begged to be shared and one was better than the next. If you asked me later what I had for dinner it would be a problem explaining it. Some pasta, some greens, some meat, a pie that wasn't a pecan-pie but was incredible. I'm interested to see how a real food critic describes the meals. We'll enjoy going back on an evening when it's not rainy.
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