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Miller's Smorgasbord - Ronks, PA.
Lowest Rating: 1
Highest Rating: 5



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27-Jul-2000
Reviewed by Gary.

Being a resident of Lancaster I am used to the Pa Dutch cuisine. This place serves it up great and plenty of it! You will have trouble leaving the table after this one!

Rating: 4


18-Aug-2000
Reviewed by Susan Ulmer.

Very good ... with all kinds of food. Somewhat pricey.

Rating: 4


6-Nov-2000
Reviewed by Peter P. Livolsi.

I think the food was good (especially the pie) but not any better than some of the other "all you can eat retaurants" (Hershey Farms, Diener's, Good and Plenty) in the Strasburg vicinity. I gave it a 2 rating because I think the price to eat was way out of line with the other restaurants I mentioned. I think $46+ for 2 people is ridiculous for an all you can consume restaurant. We thought it would be something special and it was definitely not.

Rating: 2


17-Jan-2001
Reviewed by Dolores Andriano.

The food is good but the prices continue to rise and therefore is much too expensive compared to the other "all you can eat" restaurants. which are just as good.

Rating: 2


7-May-2001
Reviewed by Dawn.

I agree that the food was mediocre and it was definitely pricey!

Rating: 2


9-Jan-2002
Reviewed by T.

It's simply a tourist trap.

Rating: 1


19-Apr-2002
Reviewed by Letha.

If you are interested in the best 'broasted' chicken try Diener's, just east of Miller's on Rt.30. If you prefer great fried chicken try Hershey Farms, west of Miller's and south of Rockvale Shopping. Either restaurant offers wonderful food with a much lower $ check than Miller's. I will admit that Miller's has a lovely ambiance, but you can't eat ambiance, and no one there is really dressed to do the opera after dinner.

Rating: 2


24-Apr-2003
Reviewed by Anonymous.

Recently dined at Miller's. Food was very good.

Rating: 4


30-Sep-2003
Reviewed by Renee.

Strange restaurant with tour buses and supposedly Amish authenticity - think Luby's with bad demographics !!

Rating: 2


30-Jul-2004
Reviewed by Paulette.

Some items are wonderful (fried chicken, baked mac and cheese, soups), others fair (sides such as noodles, veggies) and some lousy (hand carved roasts) but as pricey as it is, no trip to Lancaster is complete without a visit there, plus it is open on Sundays, many places there are not.

Rating: 4


25-Aug-2004
Reviewed by Melissa.

Very pricey for what you get. The seating process is very strange. We had 3 adults and a toddler and had to wait 45 minutes while large groups without reservations got in faster. Once inside, there were a variety of open tables. Management acted very unsympathetic. Very bad experience and average food.

Rating: 1


14-Apr-2005
Reviewed by Anonymous.

Far too pricey for food that is only fair and you have to serve yourself!

Rating: 2


21-May-2005
Reviewed by Anonymous.

The food was good, but not good enough to warrant the high prices. The selection and variety were less than expected for such a high price tag as well.

Rating: 2


3-Aug-2005
Reviewed by G Fuller.

Way too pricey. If you want really good Dutch food head down Route 30 a few more yards to Diener's. Food is the best ever and rates are VERY reasonable. Miller's has priced themselves out of the competition. Take a lesson from your neighbor's!!

Rating: 1


9-Jan-2007
Reviewed by Greg.

The food was acceptable but the prices are absolutely outrageous.

Rating: 1


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