The service was ok, if they made smaller portions they could lower the prices, they seem steep but you get more food then you need
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Trufflehunter was recommended by the Quality Inn. We ate there twice in three days. Portions were large enough for two people. All of us took doggie bags each time we ate there. Breads and desserts made on site. Desserts are wonderful. Three of us shared...More
Everthing on the menu that we have tried is wonderful! The mushroom soup can not be beat. There is always different breads to try.
We got an order to go. It was very busy and they forgot my mother's bread that came with her meal and my tarter sauce for the fish. The food was pretty good. The fish and chips was disappointing, but the baked potato and the...More
I had the best clam chowder and fresh-baked bread ever! My daughter's hamburger came with homemade chips, which she did not eat, so I saved them for a snack later--so yummy!!
We stopped here as a direct result of other reviews and it was an excellent decision. As everyone has said - the mushroom soup was delicious! Loaded with mushrooms and creamy! The Reuben was good too and we were smart and split it. We went...More
In town for meetings and the gal at hotel told us to go to Trufflehunters for the best dinner ever. Walking up the stair into the the quaint house we were excited as we had a noisy busy day and looked forward to a quiet,...More