Try Some Great Food at the Best Berlin Restaurants

The town of Berlin is situated in the Amish Country of Ohio, and it is a great place to visit if you want to discover the culture of the Amish people. Other than going on an Amish tour, you can also visit one of the Berlin restaurants that offer authentic Amish food. Despite being a small town, Berlin has a wide selection of restaurants to meet different dining needs. BBOnline recommends that you try these restaurants when you are in Berlin.

Farmstead Restaurant
4757 TR 366
Berlin, Ohio 44610
(330) 893-4600
www.farmsteadrestaurant.com/

The Farmstead Restaurant is one of the Berlin restaurants that you must visit if you want to try Amish cuisine. It has been serving home-style Amish food since 2003, and many of its dishes are prepared with traditional Amish recipes. The restaurant's menu features wonderful varieties of salads, sandwiches, main dishes and desserts, including local favorites such as the Amish Noodle Dinner, Farmstead Burger and Ham Loaf. It is also recommended that you try the Oven Roasted Chicken, Roast Beef, Country Ham, and homemade Amish pies. Buffet will be served during summer, and it offers homemade mashed potatoes, noodles, chicken, roast beef and other Amish dishes. In the Local Room of the restaurant, you can order delicious pizzas and subs.

The Farmstead Restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. from Monday to Saturday and 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Sunday. If you are staying in a downtown Berlin Bed and Breakfast, you can get to the restaurant by going north on TR 362 and then turning right into TR 366.

Boyd and Wurthmann Restaurant
4819 Easy Main Street
Berlin, Ohio 44610
(330) 893-3287

Boyd and Wurthmann Restaurant is one of the oldest Berlin restaurants. It was established in 1938, and it continues to serve traditional Amish food to this very day. This restaurant is a favorite among the locals, and it is known for its excellent hospitality and delicious food. The restaurant's famous specialties include the BW Breakfast, Hot Sandwich, Chopped Sirloin, Pork Chop, Ham Loaf, Yumisetti and the Dandelion Gravy, which is only available in spring. It also has over 20 different kinds of pies as well as a great variety of homemade cheesecakes. This is definitely a restaurant that you should not miss during your Berlin vacation. 

Cindy's Diner
4774 US 62
Berlin, Ohio 44610
(330) 893-3400
www.cindysdinerberlin.com/index.php

The owner and chef of this restaurant grew up in the Amish country, and she makes some of the most delectable Amish dishes in town. She was the winner of the 2008 and 2009 Harvest Festival Rib Cook-Off. You will find a great selection of home-style food as well as burgers and hot dogs on the menu. Some of the recommended items include the Roast Beef, Pulled Pork, Pressure Fried Chicken, Foot-Long Hot Dog and Grilled Chicken Sandwich. You should also try the restaurant's specialty drinks, such as the Old-Fashioned Rootbeer Float, Caramel Cream Soda Float and Milkshake. Cindy's Diner also offers carry-out service, so you can even bring some fried chicken or sandwiches back to your Berlin Inn for supper.