Located in the charming little town of Millbank, Anna Mae’s draws regular visitors from far and wide. The scenic drive into the heart of Amish Country is part of the appeal, but so is the anticipation of a hot homemade meal and a slice of your favourite pie, and bringing home some of the best fresh baked goods available anywhere.
Anna Mae’s has been owned and operated by the Herrfort family since 2001, and their warm professional staff offers large dollops of small town hospitality throughout your visit. Stroll through the gift shop and enticing bakery, where everything is available for eat-in or takeout. The Amish-inspired Buggy Booth is a fun spot for a group of four, but you’ll find plenty of comfortable seating in the bright and airy dining rooms.
Anna Mae’s is FAMOUS for its Mennonite cooking and baking. (You can catch their episode on Food Network’s Ya Gotta Eat Here! on Anna Mae’s website.) The Broasted Chicken is highly recommended. Fresh, marinated chicken is dusted in special seasonings and broasted to a crisp, golden brown. Choose a portion size for your meal and your choice of light or dark meat and sides. On Mondays enjoy All You Can Eat Fish & Chips. There are plenty of other choices, including vegetarian, vegan and gluten-concious options. But remember dessert! Anna Mae’s features over 17 varieties of homemade pies and many other homemade goodies including breads, tarts, muffins, cookies and cheesecakes. All are baked fresh daily. Gluten-free baking is also available.
Mennonite Cooking & Baked Goods
324 Smith Street, Port Stanley
4060 Line 72 (25 min. from Stratford)
HOURS: MON–SAT 7 am–8 pm
Closed Sundays & Holidays
Scenic Drive, Quaint Village
25 Minutes from St. Jacob’s
Market, Stratford Festival Theatre & Drayton Theatre
Ample Free Parking