Great Food I reccomend there fried chicken , I think they still offer a buffet on Sundays
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For the first time in weeks Touch of Country Restaurant made me feel at home. I ordered Pinto beans soup with corn Bread, jalapeno peppers and water. The soup was home prepared and delicious. I added jalapeno peppers to my soup to make it a...More
This place is the closest thing to down home cooking. The gravy and biscuits were a taste of home, the over medium eggs brings back memories of the farm, and the bacon just melted in my mouth. I would move to Cumberland just to eat...More
I finally have eaten home-made food. This restaurant is one of the best. I ordered Grilled beef, with friend potatoes and green peas with the addition of corn bread. All the foods are so tasty. The waitress is very nice and knows what is available...More
While taking a motorcycle trip to Eastern Ky we came upon this restaurant and stopped to eat! What a wonderful surprise to happen upon this great country cooking restaurant. Everything was beyond our expectaton. Food like my momma used to cook!
The best down home cooking around. Darlene and April were so very nice. Our dinner meal was so great we had to go back for breakfast the next morning. The fried apples were to die for. The best!!!!!!! The homemade desserts great as well.
My boyfriend and I decided to take a road trip to Kingdom Come yesterday and while researching, I came across mentions of this restaurant and we decided to check it out! Touch of Country restaurant is tucked away in this tiny town, they were busy...More
We had some time to kill and lunch to eat before going to the Portal 31 mine tour. We were advised to eat at "Touch of Counry". It was wonderful!!! I had the grilled chicken salad, my husband had the philly cheese and my girls...More
My buddies and I just got home from a mini-tour of the Harlan Co. area and were pleased that our friend Wild Bill Bosch suggested we stop here and eat. We had 2 meals here and both times were very satisfied with the home cooked...More
The occasional visitor to this mountain outpost would not expect much in the way of restaurants. If you do not like country cooking, there is a Subway, Hardees and Pizza Hut on the street headed to Benham and Lynch. If you do like country cooked...More