Stayed here in town for friends and ate here. Excellent food. Friday ndly staff and the place was very clean.
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After watching a presentation my son gave at Monmouth. My son suggested we go to Galesburg for dinner at the Landmark cafe and creperie. They have a seafood pot pie and a chicken pot pie TDF. Savory goodness After dinner they had a Black Forest...More
I work in Galesburg on Tuesdays and have always hit the fast food places for lunch. It was recommended that I try the Landmark Cafe just a couple blocks away. It is comfortably decorated, the service was first class, and the food was certainly delicious....More
We have been eating at the Landmark now for over the past three years. Our opportunities hand ranged from Breakfast, lunch and dinner. The food is a taste sensation each and every time. You can not make a bad choice. The specialty coffees are delicious...More
A busy Saturday lunch crowd was waiting us when we showed up. Not a big item as the downtown area offered plenty of distractions while we waited our turn. The host was ok but a little short as their stress level seemed high. The wait...More
We stopped in Galesburg for dinner while travelling through the area, and found the Landmark Cafe on tripadvisor. I would say that the food was pretty good, but wouldn't give it top marks. I tried the tikka masala crepe and it was quite good. But...More
The service was very good, decor pleasant, wait staff attentive, food was good. There are a lot of items on the menu, but I feel it is overpriced for the city we live in.
It seems like every little town has their one crown jewel restaurant that would not be out of place if picked up and plopped down in the big city. Landmark Cafe is Galesburg's entry. The diverse menu and friendly staff always make for an enjoyable...More
This is our go to restaurant when in Galesburg. 1920's Midwest Ambience. Pleasant service and some fun food variations in addition to the Midwest standards.
Plenty to choose from, we had salads, soup (best spinach bisque ever!) and the special (polenta crumbles in creamy tomato sauce with chicken and some veggies). Everyone enjoyed their lunches and looked forward to eating there again sometime.