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The Inn at Saint Peter's Village

nevets Dec 28, 2007 11:52 AM

Has anyone tried this restaurant? We're celebrating my wife's 40-something birthday and we are looking for somewhere nice (not downtown) that we haven't tried.

We've eaten at:

Dillworthtown Inn
Belrose 333
Alison's Blue Bell
Parc Bistro
Brassiere 73
Black Lab Bistro
Twin Bays
Zacharias Creekside

We're open to suggestions.

  1. bucksguy14 Jun 4, 2009 07:06 AM

    How about Castello's in North Wales?

    1. k
      keby Jun 4, 2009 03:28 AM

      we just ate at The Orchard in Kennett Square - great meal, french, beautifully served and presented.

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        BRI328 Jan 2, 2008 08:29 AM

        I would suggest Gilmore's in West Chester (BYOB), St. Peters over priced for the portions they serve... friends went three weeks ago... had a filet and pork dish...no sides with entrees and for 30 some dollars each.. not worth it. There were only two or three other tables seated while they were there on a Saturday night. I must say they have a great brunch on a Sunday.

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        1. re: BRI328
          rntoo Jun 3, 2009 07:35 PM

          I have been to the little cafe next to the Inn, FABULOUS pastries and lunch items in the past. The chef, Melanie was amazing and the place was packed. Last weekend though Melanie was gone and with her went the fab food. Oh well. . . anyone know where that chef took her talents? (I will follow her anywhere for one of her pies or cakes!)

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          elayne5 Dec 29, 2007 05:01 AM

          We're heading to the Inn at St. Peters for our 15th anniversary next week. We've eaten there twice in the past year and have been blown away. It is really a step above many of the restaurants listed, in terms of food, presentation, atmosphere. Definete foodie place.

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          1. re: elayne5
            FrancisdeR Dec 30, 2007 06:11 AM

            Ditto. Very good food quality and service. Somewhat fussy food (in contrast to say, the Birchrunville Store Cafe). Price to match, be warned. And a dramatic setting on a ravine. Definitely an "event" restaurant.

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            Philly Dec 28, 2007 12:13 PM

            We've always had great experiences at Duling Kurtz House in Exton. You can check out their menu on their website, www.duling-kurtz.com.

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            1. re: Philly
              pastries Jun 5, 2009 04:55 AM

              Hate to disappoint you but it is under new management again! Menu is pedestrian at best., more like glorified Applebee. Such a shame!

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