This was our first time. The food was amazing. Honestly we tried going back the following weekend but found they close early (6:30pm).
Even the kid’s menu is good. Both my kids ate all of their food (6/7 years old). Which isn’t normal for them. One had burger and fries. The other had a cheese pizza. (Not pictured)
The only reason I gave them a 4 star review, is the service wasn’t the best. They might of been short staffed. The waitress/bartender forgot to come back and to take the rest of our order. She was nice and very apologetic.
Hidden little gem! The service was as incredible as the homemade food. The chili tasted like it was straight out of the pot at Grandma’s house, the flaky crust on the cheddar tomato tart was delicious, and the hazelnut chicken salad was creative, mild, and well seasoned. Highly recommend!
We stopped in for a light lunch after a long day in the woods hiking.. Kip and I both had soups and salad as well as quiche. All was delicious
Our server was polite and attentive. We took home two slices of this decadent cake with candied nuts and dried oranges. Mascarpone cream.... yummy
I can see why these two items are such popular choices. The Coconut Curry Butternut Squash Soup was amazing. I loved the combination of the 3 P’s Salad. Service was friendly and timely and the environment inside is fun and quaint in an historic feeling way.
Many years ago I came here and it wasn't my favorite. I recently returned and I would say it was a 180 experience. Great menu, well prepared dishes and specials. Quality, service good . A bit of something for everyone. Cool bar you can pull up to for a quick lunch. Wr had a hummus Plate with veggies. I Had their Kalua pulled pork sandwiche with ginger slaw. Marionberyy BBQ on the side. Mixed fried. Was tasty. 👍
The food was delicious as always and made with the freshest ingredients. The prices are a bit high but you’re paying for the quality. The interior is casual rustic chic and is beautiful. But the service was not on par with the service I’m accustomed to from the Wild Pear. The older gentleman was not very friendly and we felt like he was always rushing off before we could ask him for a refill or ask him a question. He made us feel like we were bothering him rather than him making us feel welcome. The hostess was very friendly and welcoming though. We will definitely be back. We just hope we get a different server.
Oozing for a place for a good brunch , as a vegan ,it is hard to find restaurants . This place is gonna be our favorite stop over in downtown Salem. The facility is clean and bright , very inviting to sit down enjoy your good coffee and relax. The food is great , we waited a little longer but foccacia kept us in a good company. My husband ordered plant based burger which is juicy and good with falafel pita chips and hummus on the side which is a bonus. I ordered house salad minus blue cheese and chose sesame ginger dressing which is to die for..very satisfying.. worth stopping by.