A renovated service station, this restaurant provides a great atmosphere and quality food. While a bit pricey for the area, it is still worth a day out. One of the charming things about the place is that the waitresses are still learning about wines. When I first ordered "white wine", the young lady looked perplexed and then apologetically said that the "whitest" wine they had was a chardonney, but it had a yellow caste to it. (review submitted by a local connoisseur of fine cuisine)
This is one of the oldest and longest running establishments in North Central Kansas. It offers a daily buffet with a complete menu optional. The atmosphere is 1950-1960ish, but the food is generally good. Nothing to get excited about, but still a good place to eat if you are out and hungry. Used to have "honey butter" in the past. Too bad it doesn't today. (review submitted by a local connoisseur of fine cuisine)
For a touch of the 1950's, try "The Goose Crossing" in downtown Belleville. A soda fountain - deli - novelty shop; the "Crossing" is the place to be at coffee or for light lunches in Belleville. And for those nostalgic collectors of 1950-ish stuff, you need to take a couple of deep breaths before entering to begin the process of calming yourself down!! (review submitted by another connoiseur of fine cuisine!!)
Bohling's Country Junction
Located on Highway 81 in Belleville, Bohling's Country Junction is a good place to go for a light lunch or supper. They have delicious hamburgers, great soups and REAL milkshakes in a unique barn-like building. They also sell Kansas crafts and many kinds of flavored popcorn, which is grown by the Bohling family on their farm and processed locally.
Back to the Greasy Spoons