Fidler & Co

Fidler & Co

Fidler & Co locationBiglerville, Pennsylvania

(13 Reviews)
Fidler & Co Reviews

Fidler & Co Reviews


Review of Fidler & Co by Andrew Rohrbaugh
5 04/07/2018 Andrew Rohrbaugh

Local menu. Great atmosphere. Food was delicious.

Review of Fidler & Co by cathy bumbaugh
5 27/06/2018 cathy bumbaugh

Went for Sunday Brunch. Excellent! Lemon ricotta pancakes with a blueberry compote. Also, spicy and crispy chicken breast with waffles. Hard cider, nice for a change. Perfect - food, service and weather. Will return. BYOB

Review of Fidler & Co by Adam Breakey
5 11/06/2018 Adam Breakey

Outstanding. Came north to visit family and they insisted that we join them for Sunday brunch before our trip back home. I was very impressed with the menu here! It's BYOB so we brought some champagne. Service was nice and attentive.

Review of Fidler & Co by Christine Vasiliades
2 05/06/2018 Christine Vasiliades

Went here last week on a recommendation from a client.
I started out by ordering the brussel sprouts.
The description said brussel sprouts. The description said Ginger vinaigrette, egg, peanut.
They were also $11 which I thought was a bit overpriced considering I've eaten brussel sprouts at numerous restaurants in the Central PA region in the city in a stunning environment and they were not that expensive.

What I received was the brussel sprouts with a terribly sour vinaigrette and an over easy egg on top.

Over easy egg is one of the very few Foods I dislike. Had the description said AN egg I would have had reason to believe it was a whole egg and at no time was told it was an over easy egg. Could have been chopped egg for all I know which actually would make more sense to me with brussel sprouts.

I tried to eat it and like it but I just couldn't. I handed it to my server and said I did care for it.

She just looked at me and took it away. Didn't ask why I didn't like it or anything.

The hummus I ordered was okay but I had a strange shredded carrot thing going on on top of it which made it really hard to spread on the pita.

Lastly I ordered dessert.

There was no dessert menu. I was simply told that they had creme brulee and chocolate torte.

I ordered chocolate torte thinking I would get...chocolate.

What I got was the tiniest piece of $8 dessert I had ever seen. The top of it was also slobbered with some type of sauce which I think was raspberry and some kind of white crumb mixture which I could not identify.

I was shocked to find that my $11 brussel sprouts that I only ate a few pieces of we're still on my check when handed to me.

The only thing I genuinely enjoyed out of my
((( $32 ))) lunch was the pressed coffee.

Disappointing that I was not asked any questions about a meal I disliked and it was left on my bill. Equally disappointing that when someone orders chocolate torte it is not described to you in detail that they would slobber it with some type of sauce and crumb mixture.

While some of this is personal taste , good customer service is not just taking an order and dropping it off.

I found this venue to be way overpriced considering it is out in the middle of nowhere in what appears to be an old house with just a few tables.

Service staff most definitely needs to be trained on better customer service and the menu more descriptive because had the brussel sprouts been taken off of my check and the desert described to me this would not be a 2-star review.

Review of Fidler & Co by Christine Vasiliades
2 21/05/2018 Christine Vasiliades

Went here last week on a recommendation from a client.

I will start out by saying that I visit no less than a dozen restaurants a week and was a general manager in the industry for 20 years.

I will also say that I am not a picky eater and eat everything from anchovies to Sushi and everything in between.

Disappointed to say that this is my first ever less than 5 star review.

I started out by ordering the brussel sprouts.
The description said brussel sprouts. The description said Ginger vinaigrette, egg, peanut.
They were also $11 which I thought was a bit overpriced considering I've eaten brussel sprouts and numerous restaurants in the Central PA region in the city in a stunning environment and they were not that expensive.

What I received was the brussel sprouts with a terribly sour vinaigrette and an over easy egg on top.

Over easy egg is one of the very few Foods I dislike. Had the description said AN egg I would have had reason to believe it was a whole egg and at no time was told it was an over easy egg. Could have been chopped egg for all I know which actually would make more sense to me with brussel sprouts.

I tried to eat it and like it but I just couldn't. I handed it to my server and said I did care for it.

She just looked at me and took it away. Didn't ask why I didn't like it or anything.

The hummus I ordered was okay but I had a strange shredded carrot thing going on on top of it which made it really hard to spread on the pita.

Lastly I ordered dessert because I like to try everything I'm going to handle on the food and the service before I speak to someone about possibly being featured in my publication.

There was no dessert menu. I was simply told that they had creme brulee and chocolate torte.

I ordered chocolate torte thinking I would get...chocolate.

What I got was the tiniest piece of $8 dessert I had ever seen. The top of it was also slobbered with some type of sauce which I think was raspberry and some kind of white crumb mixture which I could not identify.

I was shocked to find that my $11 brussel sprouts that I only ate a few pieces of we're still on my check when handed to me.

The only thing I genuinely enjoyed out of my
((( $32 ))) lunch was the pressed coffee.

Disappointing that I was not asked any questions about a meal I disliked and it was left on my bill. Equally disappointing that when someone orders chocolate toward it is not described to you in detail that they would slobber it with some type of sauce and crumb mixture.

While some of this is personal taste , good customer service is not just taking an order and dropping it off.

I found this venue to be way overpriced considering it is out in the middle of nowhere in what appears to be an old house with just a few tables.

Service staff most definitely needs to be trained on better customer service and the menu more descriptive because had the brussel sprouts been taken off of my check and the desert described to me this would not be a 2-star review.

Review of Fidler & Co by L Hip
5 03/05/2018 L Hip

Most delicious food in town. Great service. The chef really puts his heart into his food and you can tell

Review of Fidler & Co by Derek Bicksler
5 19/04/2018 Derek Bicksler

We and our exended family eat here often and always enjoy a great meal. Quality food for sure; and delicious. Big thumbs up!

Review of Fidler & Co by C Demko
3 15/02/2018 C Demko

I have eaten at Fidlers three times in the last year. Each time it is a great meal. But I'm tired of the menu already!!! It is the exact same menu on Valentine's day as it is in July! Doesn't seem like a farm- to- table concept at all.
I was going to go again this V Day but when I checked out the menu- now a year later... still the same.. yawn!
Skip the dessert too. Unless the chef makes the cookies. Cookies are the bomb!

Review of Fidler & Co by Jessica Cammauf
1 29/01/2018 Jessica Cammauf

We went for dinner with some family including 3 small kids. The wait to get our food was ridiculously long - about an hour and a half - and I couldn't eat my dinner, (I got the scallops). I should have sent it back, but who knows how long it would have taken to get a replacement! Service was not great either. Seemed like the waitress forgot about us. We had to get up and approach someone twice to get our waters refilled. You would think they would have been somewhat apologetic for the wait, but they weren't. All the waitress kept saying was that they full, even though it was pretty empty when we got there. Also WAY over priced. This is Biglerville, not DC. My family and I will not be back. Very disappointed especially since I had heard good things.

Review of Fidler & Co by Rene Najera
4 28/01/2018 Rene Najera

Food was phenomenal. Great taste combinations and a very good brunch menu. Prices are also very good for the quality of the food. Ambiance was so-so since it can be a little crowded and 90s pop rock music is on. The service was great and attentive. Highly recommended.

Review of Fidler & Co by Mallory Fix
5 24/01/2018 Mallory Fix

Went for the first time this past Saturday and was beyond impressed. Went w a group of 4 and my 2 year old, and the server was very accommodating. We sampled 6 Aps/starters, 3 entrees, and 4 desserts (plus delicious coffees!). The kale salad, filet, and special carpachio were stand outs (but the rest were also incredible). I'm not a carpachio fan generally, but this was killer - I want it now!

My little guy loved the pizza and especially loved that he could see the Chef tossing the dough!

Best me I've had in a long time ... can't wait to go back!

Review of Fidler & Co by Suvrajit Sengupta
5 06/12/2017 Suvrajit Sengupta

There were quite a few interesting items on the menu. I had the venison pasta, which was pretty good. The Brussels sprouts were also delicious!

Review of Fidler & Co by Michelle Frost
5 01/10/2017 Michelle Frost

This is our second time at Fidler & Co. and once again, we were very impressed with the menu and service. There were 4 of us and we all got something different and shared bites, but I don't think it's possible to get anything there that isn't really good! I definitely recommend the scallops, and the apple cake a la mode, and the creme brulee is perfection. The menu does change frequently but again, I don't think you'll be disappointed no matter what you get. And the brick oven pizza is amazing!

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