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Lancaster County Dutch Market, Germantown
(4.8/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web)
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  • We were on our way from Niagara Falls to the Washington DC area when we passed by this restaurant and needed to stop for lunch. None of the big fast food chains appealed to us so we decided to give th...  more »
  • This is a staple in the neighborhood and judging by the lines every weekend, it will continue to be. Good, wholesome food (not all of it home made), in great portions keeps you coming back. The produc...  more »
  • If headed to the Dutch Market, the most exquisite item to take to go, is by far the powdered jelly doughnut. Its like walking back in time when the original powdered doughnut hit the streets. Every bi...  more »
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  • The Dutch Family Restaurant in this market is full-on country comfort food. Breakfast Haystack is huge. Home fries, biscuit, grilled onions & pepper, scrambled eggs, Bacon, sausage gravy on top of all that and cheese sauce on that! Awesome, but I skip the cheese, get the eggs over easy, and mix and match all via the gravy on the side. They get it right every time and service is friendly and fast. There is good reason people line up outside the door before this place is open in the morning.
  • Very nice place. However when you walk in you have this feeling "this the place where I can buy fresh, natural, organic & home made food". Well: don't assume, always ask before you buy anything!
  • Wow wow wow, the buzz at this place is fantastic as seen by the constant stream of people rushing to get in before they close. Great food & furniture made by this Amish Cooperate it's fabulous. The patient lines at the meat, chicken, vegetables & fruits and other foods speak volumes about the quality and quantity that you get.
  • Yummy! So much variety. The caramel frosted chocolate cake is great; so are the pretzels and fried chicken. Only open Thurs-Sat. Some places are cash only.
  • This place is a wonder. There many small stores within one big shop, would love to review them shop by shop but will do a highlight instead. - Fried chicken wings! Ribs and quality meat is a must! - They do pig roast once a month or so, I got lucky once and bumped into it and bought some really impressive pulled pork. Everyone would return to get more because they do it really well. It's not the kind of sauce saturated pulled pork that you would find elsewhere, they cook and braise the texture to a tender perfection with just minimal flavor. You can buy sauce separate to adjust to your sauce volume preference. Absolutely sensational stuff. - Pretzels! I haven't tried them yet, but EVERYONE talks about how good they are and you see a line all the time. - Raw meat. I tried their homemade sausages, very original flavors. And since their meat is so well QC'd, I know I can eat them safely. - Ice cream, homemade of course, balanced flavors and pretty good variety. You need to check it out.