Traveling with a Lancaster County Innkeeper
Dining at the Accomac Inn
Right away I am captured by the stone building and the beautiful porch.
The porch lures you in with its royal blue fabric on the chairs and the crips white linens.
Your eyes then go the to the river and the setting is just perfect.
We sat in the little bar and could view the river from our seats.
Food, it is an art and I love the art of food.
Service was outstanding from the very beginning to the end.
I was sorry to see the end of the meal and you could have rolled me out the door.
The portions are not large but there are so many courses to taste I found myself to full but did not want the evening experience to end.
My pulled pork spring rolls had a "kick" to them but I had never had "fresh" spring rolls with pulled pork.
We then were served the sweet little portion of fresh peach soup.
Sorbet was served to cleanse the pallet.
Yummy it was.
The medallions of beef came and were prepared table side.
WOW! These medallions were so tender and flavorful.
The potatoes were numerous layers and so tender the fork went down through them like they were butter.
Dessert......what can I say but it was off the charts.
Chocolate, chocolate served with Earl Grey Ice cream and a hint of fruit in it.
My dining partner had the peach flan and it was superb.
I was surprised how many young adults were there to indulge, enjoy this great wonderful experience.
Their palettes are sure to not be disappointed.
Accomac has graciously given us a $20.00 gift certificate for our guests staying at the Olde Square Inn.