Station Bistro

★★★☆☆
  • 1300 Hares Hill Rd

    Phoenixville, PA 19460

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  • 610-933-1147

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The atmosphere at Station Bistro is lovely - stone flagstone floors and original stone walls expose this historic building in Kimberton that was once a girls boarding school. There is a gas fireplace towards the back with a few chairs that is inviting. The wooden tables and original artwork add to the classic, yet casual surroundings.

The food at this BYOB is generally quite good, but the menu options are limited. For example, they have two specialty soups - minestrone and pasta Fagioli - I have had both - they are delicious, topped with loads of still slightly crunchy veggies, and give vegetarians a soup option, but are very close conceptually. They do have a lot of seafood and pasta choices and my husband did enjoy the house smoked ribs.

Kids can enjoy their own drinks menu of Seven Stars yogurt smoothies and fruit drinks. For breakfast the coffees and 'drinking chocolate' are quite good - I have not tried them, but the breakfast pasty selection looks yummy.

This place has lots of potential but I think they missed the mark just a bit and need to be more adventurous in the food selections.

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★★★☆☆

The atmosphere at Station Bistro is lovely - stone flagstone floors and original stone walls expose this historic building in Kimberton that was once a girls boarding school. There is a gas fireplace towards the back with a few chairs that is inviting. The wooden tables and original artwork add to the classic, yet casual surroundings.

The food at this BYOB is generally quite good, but the menu options are limited. For example, they have two specialty soups - minestrone and pasta Fagioli - I have had both - they are delicious, topped with loads of still slightly crunchy veggies, and give vegetarians a soup option, but are very close conceptually. They do have a lot of seafood and pasta choices and my husband did enjoy the house smoked ribs.

Kids can enjoy their own drinks menu of Seven Stars yogurt smoothies and fruit drinks. For breakfast the coffees and 'drinking chocolate' are quite good - I have not tried them, but the breakfast pasty selection looks yummy.

This place has lots of potential but I think they missed the mark just a bit and need to be more adventurous in the food selections.

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