It is pretty far out in the country and I am pretty sure they only get the locals. Since we had never been here before, we had no idea what to expect or if the food was good.
There are a couple of rooms to sit in and we tried to sit as far away from the door as possible. It was cold that day and I didn't want to freeze every time the door opened.
You can't see very well, but they have fresh homemade pies in their little display case.
Because I try to eat for the candida diet, I have a hard time at most restaurants finding anything to eat. They usually drown everything in butter.
When our waitress came over to take our order (by the way... she is a friend of my Granddaughters) anyway, I ask for my steak grilled with no seasoning and my carrots with nothing on them... the same for my potatoes. I don't usually eat white potatoes but sometimes you gotta eat what you can find.
Everything came just the way I ordered it.
When a restaurant can get my food the way I want it.... I will go back.
Not only did I get my food the way I wanted it but everyone said how good their food tasted. My Daughter got a hot roast beef sandwich and my Hubs ordered Country Fried Chicken.
My Daughter told me this restaurant was in Fryburg, Pa, but it is actually in Marble which is just up the road from Fryburg.
Montana's Country Cafe18086 Route 208