Review: Kathy's Country Kitchen (at ...

Review: Kathy's Country Kitchen (at Melody Lakes)

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Hungry

Broomall, PA

#1 Dec 15, 2012
We ate here twice in the past week; once for breakfast and once for lunch.

All I can say is that if you want somewhere to go for home cooked comfort food, this is the place!

For breakfast, we won't be hitting up the local diners now; this place rocks. The home fries were done to perfection, and mine were the bed on which I had two poached eggs, topped with hollandaise and a buttered english muffin. Yummy. My wife had classic eggs Benedict, and she said they were the best she ever had.

The burger I had for lunch was delicious, and cooked medium rare, the way I like. The french fries came unsalted and were fresh made.

And you can't beat the atmosphere. It's very homy and cozy inside.

Five stars from us!
petunia

Media, PA

#2 Dec 17, 2012
We've also eaten here a few times for breakfast- and once for dinner. Hated the chipped beef - but everything else was great. Dinner - chicken pot pie and hamburgers - all were great. Prices good. Friendly staff - fast service. Owner active in restaurant and very nice
perkasie peep

Emmaus, PA

#3 Dec 18, 2012
Waaaay too expensive...
Hungry

Broomall, PA

#4 Dec 18, 2012
perkasie peep wrote:
Waaaay too expensive...
Expensive? As compared to what? No, it's not the 99ยข breakfast special at Sunday's, but it's a lot more than a plate of fried eggs and toast!

Their price for eggs Benedict is, I believe, the same as the other diners in town, but much, much better.
Lehigh Valley Resident

Philadelphia, PA

#5 Dec 18, 2012
Take out is extremely slow, I wont be ordering out again. But I do plan on stopping there for another meal.
nope

Atlanta, GA

#6 Dec 18, 2012
perkasie peep wrote:
Waaaay too expensive...
Keep bringing the expensive places in....time to chase the riff-raff out!!
EngineNo9

Camp Hill, PA

#7 Dec 26, 2012
The owners gave themselves a good review.
Hungry wrote:
We ate here twice in the past week; once for breakfast and once for lunch.
All I can say is that if you want somewhere to go for home cooked comfort food, this is the place!
For breakfast, we won't be hitting up the local diners now; this place rocks. The home fries were done to perfection, and mine were the bed on which I had two poached eggs, topped with hollandaise and a buttered english muffin. Yummy. My wife had classic eggs Benedict, and she said they were the best she ever had.
The burger I had for lunch was delicious, and cooked medium rare, the way I like. The french fries came unsalted and were fresh made.
And you can't beat the atmosphere. It's very homy and cozy inside.
Five stars from us!
Hungry

Broomall, PA

#8 Dec 26, 2012
EngineNo9 wrote:
The owners gave themselves a good review.
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Really? I'm not the owner, genius. They have good food and I relayed that to everyone on here.

Maybe you're a competitor????
EngineNo9

Camp Hill, PA

#9 Dec 26, 2012
Hungry wrote:
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Really? I'm not the owner, genius. They have good food and I relayed that to everyone on here.
Maybe you're a competitor????
Hey Hungry, go gnaw on some leftover ham. Those 44 Waist pants Santa brought you will stretch.
annon.

Fairfield, CA

#10 Dec 27, 2012
I used to work with the owner Kathy, she is incredibly nice and very knowledgeable with the food industry, I'm sure if you talked to her about any problems with her food she would definitely do her best to fix it
Fred

Quakertown, PA

#11 Dec 29, 2012
Went there recently, I had chicken pot pie & spouse had pot roast. Both delicious and tons of food at a very reasonable price! Will definitely go back.
Loved it

Newtown Square, PA

#12 Dec 31, 2012
I had the loaded mac-n-chees (bacon, onion and mushrooms) and it was great. My family and I plan on going back.
Inquiring Mind

Blackwood, NJ

#13 Jan 6, 2013
My wife and I went for breakfast this morning. Service and food were good. Only cons were it's a little cramped and the left turn on 309 back to Q'town is a nightmare.
They seem to be doing very well.
Info

Broomall, PA

#14 Jan 6, 2013
Inquiring Mind wrote:
My wife and I went for breakfast this morning. Service and food were good. Only cons were it's a little cramped and the left turn on 309 back to Q'town is a nightmare.
They seem to be doing very well.
We just drive through Melody Lakes to Reservoir Rd. Takes the aggravation of turning left on 309 out of the picture.
Luna

Newtown Square, PA

#15 Jan 6, 2013
This place was great. How you can think this place is exspensive is beyond me. My whole family liked their meal and the staff was very friendly.
I also went through Melody Lakes. Pulling out to make a left on 309 is just too crazy.
local

Broomall, PA

#16 Jan 6, 2013
this place is awsome very good . had dinner and breakfast already there . prices are very good and fair
Inquiring Mind

New Castle, DE

#17 Jan 6, 2013
Info wrote:
<quoted text>We just drive through Melody Lakes to Reservoir Rd. Takes the aggravation of turning left on 309 out of the picture.
Thanks, I'll remember that. You can also make a right and then a left on Zion Hill Rd. to get to Milford.
Just Win Baby

Newtown Square, PA

#18 Jan 6, 2013
Ummm, the left isn't that bad if you have a little patience....the people that are complaining about getting on 309 are probably the same ones that park in the fire lanes in the shopping centers and don't put their shopping carts in cart returns.
Inquiring Mind

Quakertown, PA

#19 Jan 6, 2013
Just Win Baby wrote:
Ummm, the left isn't that bad if you have a little patience....the people that are complaining about getting on 309 are probably the same ones that park in the fire lanes in the shopping centers and don't put their shopping carts in cart returns.
The line of sight to southbound 309 is terrible and cars and trucks speed in both directions. It does try your patience.

But I do HATE people who leave their shopping carts in the lot to blow around and damage cars. I got into an argument once with a women who said she couldn't take her cart back because her baby was in the car and she couldn't leave it. The cart corral was about 10 feet away!
Lehigh Valley Resident

Philadelphia, PA

#20 Jan 7, 2013
Not sure the people in melody Lakes signed up for having their neighborhood be the auxiliary exit for this restaurant.

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