Diners craving French cuisine, do not have to go further than Conshohocken to get a taste of some of the best in the Philadelphia region, writes Maddy Sweitzer-Lammé for Philadelphia Magazine.
Located in a 19th-century post office turned general store, Spring Mill Café offers a distinct, country French vibe.
When the weather is nice, guests are invited to dine outdoors next to the gardens, either on the patio or on the porches.
Its menu also matches the atmosphere, featuring fine cheeses, scrumptious rabbit braised in white wine, pork chop doused in buerre blanc, hearty patés, and traditional boeuf bourguignon.
Desserts include hand-created plates like tarte tatin and chocolate mousse.
Michele Haines established the cafe wanting to share the dishes her mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother passed down.
Spring Mill Café has been serving French country fare since 1978, especially dinner and Sunday brunch.
It is also a BYOB.
The historic property features the original Spring Mill general store and the picturesque converted farmhouse.
Read more about the best French restaurants in the Philadelphia region in Philadelphia Magazine.