The New England clam chowder was like water and the burger was undercooked. It was overpriced, and portions were small.
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Had a nice quiet dinner here without the kids. Sat on the porch, looked at the lake. Menu was interesting - everything from quiche to Peking duck?? Food was fine, not too exciting. Waitress was very nice.
The food was average. It could have been better had the bread used in the sandwiches been baked enough. The French Roll used on the Grinder was doughy and without color. I believe it was supposed to be baked a second time just before serving....More
We stopped here after a day of shopping in Findley Lake. The atmosphere inside this restaurant (also a bed and breakfast) was very cozy. Beautiful wood work throughout the dining area. The menu choices were many. I had the Middle East Plate which was delicious....More
We had a nice and relaxing lunch at Blue Heron Inn. It was a busy weekend with Harvestfest taking place in town. We were glad to have a nice cool spot to enjoy an interesting menu. I had home made quiche and my husband had...More
Had always heard about the Blue Heron Inn, so had lunch there on a recent visit to Findley Lake. Weather was such that I was able to eat on the porch, facing one end of the lake - beautiful! I chose one of the lunch...More
The food here is awful. My husband's clam chowder was really overcooked. His beet salad had 3 pickled beets in it with some lettuce, that was it. I had gotten the catfish sandwich and the catfish tasted like garbage, I'm not exaggerating. I ordered potato...More
We enjoyed the crab cake and grilled salmon entrees here. They were average. The "sauce" for the crab cakes was really exceptional and really enhanced their flavor. The potato pancake appetizer was ok...resembled a McDonald's hash brown just a bit...but the taste was nice. We...More
We were in town for sons wedding. Took a ride to Findley Lake for breakfast and was suggested we go to the Blue Heron. We ate on the front porch and the view was so beautiful. The food was a little skimpy I thought for...More
As my lady companion and I sallied around the lake, stopping along the way, we noticed this place. This is a converted large home into a quaint place for the belly and brew. We were graciously seated and promptly served, the menu is well balanced,...More