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    My husband, mother and I visited last Sunday for dinner. We were told there was a 30-45 minute wait and since my mother uses a walker and cannot stand very long they brought her a chair. We were told we could brouse the gift shop while we waited, which we did, making several purchases. Once they called our name, we were shocked to discover that the dining room was virtually empty, with plenty of tables available. We can only assume that we were asked to wait so that we could spend time in the gift shop. Also, my mother asked to be seated close to the door as she has difficulty walking, but we were seated at the opposite side of the dining room and the hostess told her she couldn’t seat us closer because the wait staff at that end of the room was only for tables of 9 or more. We will not be back.

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    Easter dinner was a complete rip off. $18.95 a person, waited an hour and a half to be seated because they wouldn’t take reservations unless your party was over 20; we had 16. Dinner consisted of a buffet–ham, fried chicken, roast, noodles, green beans, mashed potatoes, and gravy. Salad bar was rolls and coleslaw and pickles. The ham was inedible jelly-like substance, the beef and noodles tasted like NOTHING, no seasoning whatsoever. The beef was too salty and swimming in something watery. The gravy was gray and lumpy. My husband said there is no way the Amish cooked this dinner. The pies were not good either, usually you go to an Amish restaurant and the pies are so good, but in this case they were terrible. DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY HERE.

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    indeed the dinner was a rip off. I tool a guest from Sweden and she was surprised by the lack of choices and lack of flavor. Then she was serve a good summer wheat beer that supposedly could only be obtained at Amish Acres. The next day we found in at King Richards in Michigan City. The place is embarrassingly greedy, flavorless and fake.

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    We only ate at the restaurant so the rating is based solely on that. You have to get the full course dinner option. Oh man was that good- down home cooking at it’s best. I don’t even like ham and bean soup, and my bf is not into cabbage, but mmm!! I would want a meal like that for my “last supper.” My only eh moment was the weak coffee and no REAL CREAM or milk, and the dessert was way too sweet and served cold unless otherwise requested. The fried chicken was the most perfect ever- crispy and moist! We’d go back.

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    Marcia and I enjoy getting away from the busy city and Amish Acres suits our fancy. We have never been let down and have learned to appreciate the Amish cooking and in some small way wish we lived a simple life. We are looking forward to being with friends and will enjoy the craft fair.