Five Oaks Farm Kitchen
Five Oaks Farm Kitchen welcomes you with food so satisfying you might just come for breakfast and end up staying right through suppertime. Here’s what to expect at this family eatery.
ROOTED IN TRADITION
Five Oaks Farm Kitchen follows the tradition of hospitality set by Dr. John and Blanche Ogle in the 1920s. The restaurant’s name honors the trees the Ogles planted when they bought their farmland here. The spacious, rustic wood interior is a relaxing place to enjoy a meal. Download the restaurant’s app to get onto a waiting list before you arrive.
From 8 a.m. until noon, Five Oaks Farm Kitchen dishes up eggs aplenty, French toast, Belgian waffles, tender biscuits, and amazing cinnamon rolls--you can even get your cinnamon roll battered and deep-fried!
Unique offerings include casseroles like the Pit Master--eggs topped with pork barbecue on a bed of potatoes--or Pig Suey, featuring bacon plus two kinds of sausage, scrambled with eggs. Griddle cakes come with your choice of toppings including blackberry compote, cherries jubilee, bananas and brown sugar, and more.
Try eggs, grits, and potatoes with pork tenderloin, chicken fried steak, ground chuck steak, ham, or boneless, whole trout.
Dine on classics including fried chicken, meatloaf, chicken pot pie, pot roast, and sugar-cured ham. Order short ribs or a pulled pork plate. Have a veggie plate of any three sides plus potato soup and fluffy biscuit.
Sandwiches include grilled ham and cheese, brisket, pulled pork, fried bologna, chicken salad or a juicy burger served old-school on white bread! Warming soups remind you of grandma’s home cooking, with made-from-scratch dumplings in the chicken soup. Dig into pinto bean, potato, or vegetable soups.
Taste the best of Southern cooking as Five Oaks Farm Kitchen serves up dishes from the smokehouse and the farm table, between 4 and 9 every evening! Start with soup or salads like Five Oaks’ own Cornbread Salad.
Your mouth will water over the smokehouse menu. Try the sampler, with pork butt, beef brisket, and pork spare ribs. Chicken lovers have to taste the hickory-smoked chicken. Where’s the beef? Right here, in prime rib dry-rubbed and smoked to perfection.
Down-home entrees feature Southern fried steak, fried chicken, pot roast, fried chicken livers, fried catfish, rainbow trout, ham steak, meatloaf, and pot pie. The chicken and dumplings dinner is a whole, stewed chicken with homemade dumplings.