Being able to sit down for a relaxing homemade meal at one of Indiana's many Amish restaurants is a luxury we will never take for granted.
From all-you-can-eat buffets to charming food counters, here is a list of some of Amish country's best, and most delicious restaurants. Keep reading to learn more.
Amish Acres Historic Farm and Heritage Resort | Nappanee
Located on an 80-acre farm built in 1874, this historic restaurant is one of the most stunning spots on this list and the food here is equally as delicious. This elevated menu features everything from goat cheese croquette to sirloin steak and lobster tails.
Blue Gate Restaurant and Bakery | Shipshewana
An award-winning family-owned restaurant that's open all day long. Visitors flock here for their incredible buffet selection, homemade pies, meatloaf, and charming Amish crafts marketplace.
Das Dutchman Essenhaus | Middlebury
A unique Amish restaurant known as Indiana's largest, Das Dutchman is most known for its incredibly wide selection of specialty pies (there are over 30 here) and all-day buffet.
Gasthof Amish Village | Montgomery
Described as an "oasis in the farmland" Gasthof Amish Village features a hotel, restaurant, and array of boutiques and antique shops. Among their offerings, be sure to try their homemade bread and apple butter, roast beef, and specialty pies.
Knepp's Amish Kountry Korner | Washington
A classic old-fashioned Amish eatery that is most known for its deli, bulk food selection, and bakery. Their homemade pies are an incredible way to end your meal, so make sure to leave room for dessert.
Stoll's Lakeview Restaurant | Loogootee
A scenic lakeside restaurant that offers both Amish and American classics from a buffet setup that's open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Stoll's has become infamous for their incredible food and service.
Schwartz Family Restaurant | Eckerty
An amazing Amish restaurant that's located off the beaten path, but well worth the drive to try. Schwartz is a cafeteria-style restaurant that specializes in baked goods and home-cooked eats.
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