Our Lancaster getaway was short, but sweet. As I mentioned in my previous post, the proprietress at our B&B at the Creekside Inn not only served delicious breads during breakfast, but she also slipped them on a plate and put them on a dresser near our bed, lest we might be a tad under the 3,500 calorie mark for the day.
The first night of our stay we returned to the LancasterCentral Market area and enjoyed a delicious meal at Carr’s. I ordered the steak
and cake, which came with a small filet topped with crab, creamy scalloped
potatoes and a crab cake topped with a remoulade sauce. My steak was done to perfection,
but you have to make a very special crab cake to warrant a rave from me. I
prefer mine made with very few breadcrumbs. My husband very much enjoyed his lamb
trio, which consisted of a leg, burger and sausage. He said the sausage was
unbeatable, the burger was moist and flavorful and the leg slices
were enhanced by a top-notch tzatziki.
Dinner at Carr's in Lancaster
Service was attentive and our waitress was pleasant. When the bill came, Mike acted surprised, so of course I couldn’t stop laughing at this face.
After another wonderful breakfast at the Creekside Inn, we made
our way to Dutch Haven in Ronks, a kitschy Amish Country landmark, best known
for its shoofly pie and its oversized, illuminated windmill that rotates,
beckoning visitors to stop and have a look.
On to the Touristy Stuff
Dutch Haven in Ronks is a Lancaster County landmark