The Inn at St. Peter's Village
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3471 St. Peter's Road
St. Peter's Village, PA 19470
#34 on the 2008 Philly Mag 50
St. Peter’s Village in remote Chester County is a haul from anywhere, but Inn chef Martin Gagné is no less ambitious for his far-flung location. In a tiny dining room exuding casual elegance, Gagné executes a polished menu of classic French and modern American dishes, juxtaposed against Peter Scarola’s cutting-edge desserts.
Best of Philly 2007: Dessert, Suburbs
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User Reviews (3) :
I had dinner last Saturday at the Inn at St Peter's and everything was wonderful. The veal Marsala was tender and had great flavor. My friend had the St Peters pizza made with fresh dough and topped with shrimp, crab and lobster. We had a great wine, Il Viola, from southern Italy. Homemade Tira Misu was to die for. The service was impeccable and all the staff, especially the manager, were extremely friendly. It was the kind of dining experience that I rarely find but always return to. Bravo!
Posted by Adam: Sep. September 9th, 2010 at 4:18 PM
Used a gift certificate towards Sunday brunch; conclusion is the Inn is not a dining repeat. Brunch is inidividual breakfast fare (not a typical brunch buffet). Omelet was so so - not light and fluffy; home fries not very crisp; sausage ok. Blueberry pancakes looked wonderful, lots of fresh berries atop but that must've bene ti disguise the bottom side which was totally burnt - returned to kitchen and given fruit bowl as replacement (at least that was fresh). Coffee served in small ceramic pots which doesn't keep it hot - and they have no microwave to reheat things! Can't imagine a restaurant these days without a microwave just for that! Dinner fare seems to be all Italian. Definitely is of my list. Decor and view the best part.
Posted by Mary: Jul. July 13th, 2010 at 1:42 PM
The location, views, and quaintness of the surrounding area are the only thing going for this restaurant - and the restaraunt has nothing to do with that, thank god for that, otherwise I'm sure they would screw that up. The management of this place is so beyond atrocious that it is not worth checking out because of if. There is a little deli and also a bakery that are a few doors up that IS worth your time. Manager does not honor valid gift certificates that were purchased the day prior. Management is rude, waitstaff is made of all teens with no experience. Do NOT bother with this place.
Posted by Tricia: Jul. July 6th, 2010 at 10:37 AM