Memorable | One of the Best
Dutch House Restaurant and Bakery
Review by: Bill Golladay
The Dutch House Restaurant and Bakery sits in an out of the way location about thirty miles from Augusta, but is worth the drive. The location was originally a Stuckey’s Pecan Shoppe back in the days when U.S. Highway 1 was a major artery to Florida. In 1991, the building was expanded and reopened as a restaurant serving Southern food.
Meals are served cafeteria-style. Fried chicken and roast beef are popular selections that are always on the menu, with at least two other entrees. Fried catfish is a delectable choice, when available. There are lots of good side dishes including yummy sweet potato casserole.
There is one quirk at the Dutch House. When you go through the cafeteria line and get your food and drink, you are not given your bill. After you sit down, a waitress will come by your table and write up your check for you to pay on the way out.
The bakery opens early in the morning and is worth a stop, even if you are not there at meal time. There is a large selection of homemade sweet treats including dessert bars, cookies, cakes, and cupcakes. The cream cheese pastries and cinnamon rolls are delicious and must-try items.
Lunch is served every day except Sunday, but dinner is only available on Friday and Saturday.
Good food, small town friendliness, and lots and lots of pleasing options for those with a sweet tooth make the Dutch House a worthwhile eating destination.
|Meals Served||Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Dessert|
|Credit Cards Accepted||Yes|