There are a variety of highly recommended eating establishments in the town of Sellersville and the surrounding areas of Buck County in Pennsylvania with something to suit all tastes and budgets, regardless of personal preferences. These include a wide range of traditional American cuisines as well as more adventurous options from around the world including a selection of Asian and European style restaurants. If you are a fan of the latter and love French cuisine in particular then you will enjoy a visit to Arielle’s Country Inn which is situated on the town’s Allentown Road. This small restaurant is popular with both local residents and visitors to the area as it offers fantastic food and a relaxing, cozy ambiance which make it perfect for a romantic meal or a special occasion. The décor is quaint and welcoming while the staff are well trained, friendly and courteous so you can be guarantees that the service will be as good as the food whatever you order. Among the dishes on offer, the oysters comes highly recommended and the rack of lamb has proved to be a firm favorite among regular diners but in addition to the culinary delights on offer this restaurant also has a well-stocked bar with a reasonably priced wine list so you can eat for as little as $20-25 a head.
Alternatively, if you prefer home cooked traditional American fare then there are several options that also come highly recommended including the Royann Diner on the Old Bethlehem Pike in Sellersville which is open for lunch, breakfast and dinner, and has been serving the community for over 50 years. This is a great place that is ideal for a family meal thanks to its extensive menu which has something to suit everyone including some fantastic Dutch dishes that pay homage to the cuisine of the state’s early settlers. These include the house special, sausage corn pie at just $8.95 for a large portion or breakfast croquettes with bacon gravy as well as firm favorites like their prime rib, which also comes highly recommended. For those who prefer lighter meals then their lunch menu offers a variety of homemade soups like seafood chowder or turkey rice as well as a selection of sandwiches including mouthwatering toasted cheese and ham or a bulky BLT. There are also a wide selection of homemade pies and tantalizing deserts on offer like their delicious chocolate cream pie or the specialty Funny Pie which is made from a traditional old Amish recipe.
Stella’s on Sellersville’s Main Street is a small café that opened here about a year ago in a wonderfully restored old building. This is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner although it is generally busiest during the day when it attracts local residents and visitors in the area who want a quick snack, at a reasonable price in a convenient location. The menu is fairly simplistic and does not offer the same variety of options as other establishments however the cozy, relaxing atmosphere and excellent service more than make up for what it is lacking in diversity plus the ingredients used in the food are all entirely fresh and of the highest quality so you are also guaranteed great value for money here too.