Personally, don't waste your $, appeared and tasted like everything was frozen and boxed, nothing tasted fresh. For $25.00 a person, something could be fresh. But, if you want to go to an old building with some ambiance this is for you.
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All the food is excellent.Trout is cooked to perfection. Braised Lamb shank will melt in your mouth. Don't forget the Lemon chess pie for dessert. Sue cooks a filling breakfast omelet.
Breakfasts and dinners were included with our inn stay. Wide variety of choices- we thoroughly enjoyed our several meals. Highly recommend the pecan crusted trout and lamb shanks. There are specials each evening in addition. Hearty full breakfasts as well as smaller choices. Prices reasonable...More
Just finished visiting the Fryemont Inn and it was wonderful as usual. We try to visit once a year and it is always enjoyable. We took two extra teenagers this year and they loved playing family games and did not miss TV at all. Food...More
While spending Memorial Day weekend near Bryson City, visited this great old inn (built in 1923). Food was excellent. My wife had the pecan crusted trout and said it was the best she's ever had. Price was very reasonable, including soup, salad, and dessert. We...More
We LOVE the trout here, especially Trout Hugo. Always a favorite. So delicious. Other trout dishes are good too. Family style dining. "Mushroom business" and the mac and cheese are super. Also love the Lima beans. Side selections change every night as do the desserts...More
The trout was amazing and offered several different ways. My husband got the special which I think was grilled and I got pecan crusted. The 3 tasty sides were to share and our meal included the daily (cheese) soup, salad with wonderful homemade dressing and...More
Very good service and food. Waitstaff was very attentive and the atmosphere was very nice. Looked like more locals than guests there and that is a good sign.
If you really like fresh mountain trout, this is the place for you. Really anything on their menu is outstanding but the trout, prepared 5 ways, is special. The ambiance of the old dining room will take you back to the early 1900's as well.
We have been coming here for many years. Everyone that works here including the owners are like family. The food is excellent. They have the best prime rib we have ever eaten and we've traveled all over the US. If you want to go back...More