We used to dine here frequently a few years back and now remember why we stopped. Food lost some of its quality and service is sub par at best. Wishing it would return to its glory!!
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Absolutely the best lobster house in the Wyoming Valley! Courteous and friendly staff offer great service. This is also our go-to weekend breakfast restaurant. The crab cake benedict is delicious.
Back at the Fernbrook Inn, this time was at the bar during my visit. Got to visit with family and made a few new friends chatting it up at the bar. The energy in the room was fun and social. Tried two new, probably just...More
My family has been celebrating special occasions at Lum's for years. We always received excellent meals and service. Our last experience was beyond horrible. Overcooked lobster, burned scallops & fries, Alaskan king crab legs shredded so bad the meat looked like it came out of...More
Love , love the food here from breakfast to dinner. On the weekends, its a great place for breakfast. try some seafood for breakfast. Dinner is perfect every time. Wait staff is on your every need, couldn't ask for anything more.
I have enjoyed breakfast here approximately six times in the past year and every time our group has loved the experience. Great food and friendly service. Portioning is generous and items are affordably priced. I can't wait to get back to the area and try...More
Went for Anniversary dinner. Had Lobster tail stuffed with crab meat. The texture, flavor was absoutely perfect. Both were so delicious. Best I have had, including Maryland! Make reservations, very small place but the best meal you will ever have.
We arrived for breakfast right when they were changing over for lunch. When asked if we could have breakfast they were quick to say yes and seat us. The service was quick and very pleasant . The food was delicious. One thing that caused me...More
Quaint little restaurant in Dallas. Went for breakfast. coffee was perfect. Omelett's were very large and delicious. Home fries were made with real potatoes but could have better hotter and cooked a little longer. I would go back again and want to try it for...More
Came into town to visit family. Decided to check out the restaurant that my cousin and her husband just took over ownership of this fall. The Inn has two areas. A bar and restaurant. The bar area is very basic and rustic with a 40...More