Rose's Berry Farm, LLC

★★★★☆
  • 295 Matson Hill Rd

    Glastonbury, CT 06073

    Map & Directions
  • 860-633-7467

About Rose's Berry Farm, LLC

Hours
Late May Through November

Home & Garden

Home & Garden
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This year my family went to Rose's to do a day of all in one berry picking. We chose Rose's because they had strawberries, blueberries and raspberries that could all be picked in one day. The strawberries were at the very end of the season, but were still available. We were pleasantly surprised to discover that you can have brunch out on the porch with toppings of their fresh seasonal berries. It is nice that they run a shuttle directly to and from the fields and there is not long to wait for each shuttle. The staff was friendly and the property was well kept. Pick your own prices are much better than buying from the store!

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★★★★★

This year my family went to Rose's to do a day of all in one berry picking. We chose Rose's because they had strawberries, blueberries and raspberries that could all be picked in one day. The strawberries were at the very end of the season, but were still available. We were pleasantly surprised to discover that you can have brunch out on the porch with toppings of their fresh seasonal berries. It is nice that they run a shuttle directly to and from the fields and there is not long to wait for each shuttle. The staff was friendly and the property was well kept. Pick your own prices are much better than buying from the store!

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Wow, breakfast at Rose Berry Farm, the beautiful view overlooking the orchard on a lazy Sunday morning... Had dropped by on a Sunday morning a couple months ago and found the line long and my patience short. Decided to try again this past Sunday armed with an extra amount of patience. Yup, the line was long,but we were going to wait it out... We got seated at a picnic table which I thought was interesting, but it works well. The staff was very nice. Looking at the menu, I found no eggs, but that's OK because they offer other breakfast favorites... The beverages arrived quickly. The OJ was good. The water had no ice (ice was requested) and had a bad taste. The coffee tasted watered down. The food arrived promptly. It all looked so good! Unfortunately looks CAN be deceiving... The Belgium waffle was a nice, golden brown but dry as a bone. The pancakes did not have much flavor (at all) although they did a fine job preparing them (nice golden brown) smothered in blueberries (which were fabulous). The French Toast had also been prepared to a beautiful golden brown but we soon found a mushy slimy uncooked mess inside ... And cheap plastic fork/knife/napkin/salt/pepper in a little sealed pack was yours to use. I have no problem with using plasticware, just don't supply something so flimsy. It's not like the prices were cheap, although I would consider the prices reasonable IF all the food was edible and enjoyed. The staff was quick to resolve the worst issue which was the French Toast. The other issues we were silent on, we just left a nice tip and shuffled off... \r\nThe BIG mystery, long lines for Sunday morning breakfast. \r\n(We still love picking strawberries there - top notch.)

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★★☆☆☆

Wow, breakfast at Rose Berry Farm, the beautiful view overlooking the orchard on a lazy Sunday morning... Had dropped by on a Sunday morning a couple months ago and found the line long and my patience short. Decided to try again this past Sunday armed with an extra amount of patience. Yup, the line was long,but we were going to wait it out... We got seated at a picnic table which I thought was interesting, but it works well. The staff was very nice. Looking at the menu, I found no eggs, but that's OK because they offer other breakfast favorites... The beverages arrived quickly. The OJ was good. The water had no ice (ice was requested) and had a bad taste. The coffee tasted watered down. The food arrived promptly. It all looked so good! Unfortunately looks CAN be deceiving... The Belgium waffle was a nice, golden brown but dry as a bone. The pancakes did not have much flavor (at all) although they did a fine job preparing them (nice golden brown) smothered in blueberries (which were fabulous). The French Toast had also been prepared to a beautiful golden brown but we soon found a mushy slimy uncooked mess inside ... And cheap plastic fork/knife/napkin/salt/pepper in a little sealed pack was yours to use. I have no problem with using plasticware, just don't supply something so flimsy. It's not like the prices were cheap, although I would consider the prices reasonable IF all the food was edible and enjoyed. The staff was quick to resolve the worst issue which was the French Toast. The other issues we were silent on, we just left a nice tip and shuffled off... \r\nThe BIG mystery, long lines for Sunday morning breakfast. \r\n(We still love picking strawberries there - top notch.)

Pros: nice staff

Cons: food

 

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