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You can share tasty coleslaw, fried chicken and mashed potatoes with your friends and spend a nice time here. The feature of this restaurant is serving good pecan pie, biscuits and peach cobbler. It's time to degustate great coffee or delicious tea.

Dutch Pantry is well known for its great service and friendly staff, that is always ready to help you. Here you will pay attractive prices. At this place, visitors can enjoy the spectacular atmosphere and terrific decor. Google users are quite generous with this spot: it was granted 4.6 stars.

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user_Jenny Hodge
Best food ever!!!
user_Albert Clay
Great buffet style breakfast
user_Chris D.
Dutch Pantry is one of those extremely unassuming places that is way better than you'd expect. If it wasn't for the multiple vehicles always parked out front abt any day of the week, you wouldn't think to stop to eat at what looks like a glorified shack, across from the bright and well painted Amish Cheese House across the street. (Also worth a visit!) Ignore the unpainted wood siding, the bland cafeteria like interior, and the ramshackedly assembled clutter of containers holding various midwestern style salads in the salad bar. Pretend you are at a church pot luck. No one come here for the ambience, but people come in droves for the food. Don't come expecting stroopwaffles, this place is Dutch in the sense of Penn Deutch, because it's at least partially run by Amish and Mennonite people. You'll need a plate for the salads alone. Grab a scoop of each one and see what you like, you can always go back for more. Their apple ambrosia type salad is probably my favorite, black eyed peas, potato salad, their homemade spiced beets (which you can purchase in their store--spiced like cinnamon and cloves), even their jello salad is good. Fresh doughy dinner rolls. Then grab another plate for their amazing green beans with bacon, their Amish chicken noodles (just ok here tbh), creamed corn, mashed potatoes and white gravy. If they have sauerkraut and sausages, that is probably my favorite entree of theirs. Their fried chicken is usually disappointing unfortunately, but their BBQ is good. But then comes the pies. Ah, the pies! Too many to choose from, and all excellent. They even have several sugar free options. The standards are all good (apple, berry, chocolate cream), but this is a good place to try ones you can't find everywhere else: egg custard, raisin, pineapple coconut, strawberry rhubard... They have a little store with great jams and jellies, local honey and sorgum, the aforementioned pickled beets, and whole pies to take home. Definitely worth a stop if you are in the area, or a nice afternoon jaunt from Tulsa. Lots of great antique stores in town, too.
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American, Vegetarian options
Open now 6AM - 8PM
$$$$ Price range per person $11 - $30
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Get directions 10 W Main St
Chouteau, Oklahoma, USA
10 W Main St, Chouteau, Oklahoma, USA
Сredit cards accepted No outdoor seating No Wi-Fi No booking No delivery Takeaway Wheelchair accessible Parking TV
Opening hours
SundaySun Closed
MondayMon 6AM-8PM
TuesdayTue 6AM-8PM
WednesdayWed 6AM-8PM
ThursdayThu 6AM-9PM
FridayFri 6AM-9PM
SaturdaySat 6AM-9PM

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