From Our Editors
Nestled in an idyllic converted 1920s farmhouse, The Gilbert House Restaurant dishes up a heartening medley of wholesome comfort cuisine and delectable handcrafted desserts. A savory array of breakfast vittles includes the owner?s signature apple pancakes, drizzled in a thick homemade apple-cider sauce ($6.75), as well as specialty omelettes, blended with seared green chilies ($8.25) and spicy chorizo ($8.75). The midday lunch slate features an eclectic array of tasty sandwiches ($7.25?$10.95), including a lean, range-fed buffalo burger ($9.25), a hardy, healthier alternative for guests seeking to slim down chubby, speech-flubbing tongues. Garden-noshing gastronomes can fix forks into crispy cobb salads ($8.95), and homemade desserts such as orange-custard rhubarb pie ($4.95) and apple-cinnamon bread pudding ($4.95) affix a metaphorical cherry atop stuffed belly sacks.