This Off-The-Beaten Path Eatery In Pennsylvania Is Known For Its Mouthwatering Fried Chicken

Those in the know can find Pennsylvania’s best food in the heart of Amish Country. But even regular fans of classics like shoofly pie and pork and sauerkraut may not have found their way to the tiny hamlet of Bird-in-Hand. With under four hundred residents, it’s the definition of off-the-beaten-path – but it may just be home to the best fried chicken in Pennsylvania. At Bird-in-Hand Family Restaurant & Smorgasbord, you can dig into a traditional Amish buffet with all the soup, salad, entrees, and desserts you could want – but it’s that crispy fried bird that has the locals coming back time and time again.

Have you made the trip to Bird-in-Hand for their delicious smorgasbord? Let us know about your visit, and tell us your pick for the best fried chicken in Pennsylvania in the comments! If you’re planning your next dinner out, pay a visit to their website and Facebook page to learn more about their schedule and pricing. If you want to go even bigger for your next buffet, why not head to East Earl for Pennsylvania’s biggest buffet?

Address: Bird-in-Hand Family Restaurant & Smorgasbord, 2760 Old Philadelphia Pike, Bird in Hand, PA 17505, USA

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