Possum Creek Lil' Country Shoppe & Tea Room

★★★★★

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My daughter and I had shopped at Possum Creek before, but the tea room wasn't in yet. So we went out in October and I'll tell you all...it was the best meal! Hot turkey and swiss panini sandwiches and the best soup ever! A thick, hearty portabella mushroom soup! I even bought a styroform cup full of soup to go! It was so nice being upstairs and looking down on the other customers looking at the antiques and primitive crafts that fills up this little place. She has me hooked forever now...antique shopping, along with good food! Wonderful idea!

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My daughter and I had shopped at Possum Creek before, but the tea room wasn't in yet. So we went out in October and I'll tell you all...it was the best meal! Hot turkey and swiss panini sandwiches and the best soup ever! A thick, hearty portabella mushroom soup! I even bought a styroform cup full of soup to go! It was so nice being upstairs and looking down on the other customers looking at the antiques and primitive crafts that fills up this little place. She has me hooked forever now...antique shopping, along with good food! Wonderful idea!

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I went with 2 friends that had already eaten at this tea room. I was surprised that we pulled into a dairy farm and drove up to a big barn. But when we walked in, I was pleasantly surpriced at just how nice it was! Air-conditioned with a very clean customer restroom. We decided to eat upstairs because it overlooks most of the shop. The owner came up and took our drink order and promptly delivered our 2 sweet teas and water. Then I had the most delicious panini sandwich I have ever had! Roast beef, mushroom and swiss cheese, it came with a side so I ordered the tea room potato salad...so good! The owner also has such a cute shop. It's tiny, but she had it packed with primitives. It's also non-smoking, I love that! We've made plans on going back again soon!

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★★★★★

I went with 2 friends that had already eaten at this tea room. I was surprised that we pulled into a dairy farm and drove up to a big barn. But when we walked in, I was pleasantly surpriced at just how nice it was! Air-conditioned with a very clean customer restroom. We decided to eat upstairs because it overlooks most of the shop. The owner came up and took our drink order and promptly delivered our 2 sweet teas and water. Then I had the most delicious panini sandwich I have ever had! Roast beef, mushroom and swiss cheese, it came with a side so I ordered the tea room potato salad...so good! The owner also has such a cute shop. It's tiny, but she had it packed with primitives. It's also non-smoking, I love that! We've made plans on going back again soon!

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My daughter who lives near Buffalo, Mo. took me out to lunch at this sweet, itty bitty tea room. It is inside a antiques shop. The lady took our order and promptly gave us our sweet tea. The menu is very small and the owner told us she changes it every weekend. But It was so well prepared. We both decided on the Chicken Salad served on swirled Cinnamon Toast. The Chicken Salad was homemade with grapes, pecans and was just wonderful! The other 3 ladies who were eating upstairs told us they come out at least once a month, but call ahead to see what the menu will be that weekend...very good idea! We then shared a strawberry shortcake with fresh strawberries and whipped cream...
Then we browsed through her antiques shop, which is so tiny and cute. I fully intend on dining there this summer when it opens again! The owner was very gracious and a very good cook! I wish she were open year round though. I've been craving that chicken salad!!

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★★★★★

My daughter who lives near Buffalo, Mo. took me out to lunch at this sweet, itty bitty tea room. It is inside a antiques shop. The lady took our order and promptly gave us our sweet tea. The menu is very small and the owner told us she changes it every weekend. But It was so well prepared. We both decided on the Chicken Salad served on swirled Cinnamon Toast. The Chicken Salad was homemade with grapes, pecans and was just wonderful! The other 3 ladies who were eating upstairs told us they come out at least once a month, but call ahead to see what the menu will be that weekend...very good idea! We then shared a strawberry shortcake with fresh strawberries and whipped cream...
Then we browsed through her antiques shop, which is so tiny and cute. I fully intend on dining there this summer when it opens again! The owner was very gracious and a very good cook! I wish she were open year round though. I've been craving that chicken salad!!

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The shop and tea room has an Elkland, Mo. address, but is in Dallas County...right between Buffalo and Elkland off F Hwy. Only 2 rd signs coming from Buffalo and they were both on F. But she told us she was putting up new, bigger signs next year. It doesn't look like much when you drive up, the shop and tea room are inside a barn. Then you walk inside and it's a really cute shop! There were antiques, braided rugs, curtains, candles and my sister in law and I bought ourselves totes made from vintage quilts, so cool.
We decided to eat because the family that was already there, told us it was really good food. The owner also cooks for the tea room...which is more of an sandwich shop with soups and salads. I had the eggplant and brie panini with a cucumber and dill salad that was wonderful! My sister in law had the bowl of broccoli cheddar soup with 3 tiny blackberry muffins. My husband had the chili and kept telling us how good it was. Lol! The coffee was refilled all the time. She even offered us cups to go...for free. Another family with a baby came in before we left, but it was still really nice and quiet. A farmer came in and picked up a order to go...so she must do that too. But she doesn't have a regular menu, she has a blackboard that she changes every weekend. I'm going to call before hand and make sure she has what I want. No smoking is allowed. I smoke, but I respect her decision on that.

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★★★★★

The shop and tea room has an Elkland, Mo. address, but is in Dallas County...right between Buffalo and Elkland off F Hwy. Only 2 rd signs coming from Buffalo and they were both on F. But she told us she was putting up new, bigger signs next year. It doesn't look like much when you drive up, the shop and tea room are inside a barn. Then you walk inside and it's a really cute shop! There were antiques, braided rugs, curtains, candles and my sister in law and I bought ourselves totes made from vintage quilts, so cool.
We decided to eat because the family that was already there, told us it was really good food. The owner also cooks for the tea room...which is more of an sandwich shop with soups and salads. I had the eggplant and brie panini with a cucumber and dill salad that was wonderful! My sister in law had the bowl of broccoli cheddar soup with 3 tiny blackberry muffins. My husband had the chili and kept telling us how good it was. Lol! The coffee was refilled all the time. She even offered us cups to go...for free. Another family with a baby came in before we left, but it was still really nice and quiet. A farmer came in and picked up a order to go...so she must do that too. But she doesn't have a regular menu, she has a blackboard that she changes every weekend. I'm going to call before hand and make sure she has what I want. No smoking is allowed. I smoke, but I respect her decision on that.

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Wifey poo dragged me to this tiny shop in the country. But I'm glad she did. The owner gave us a pitcher of iced tea! WooHoo! We sat upstairs and she made us the BEST Panini sandwiches EVER! There's a blackboard that the owner told us she switches out every weekend. She open every weekend april to october. Really good food and reasonable priced. The only problem I had was with the restroom, while it was very clean...it wasn't airconditioned and it was hot! But the owner said it will be within a yr or 2. We went back the following month and the food was even better! 2 punches on our customer cards now! This tiny place never fails with it's well prepared food!

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★★★★★

Wifey poo dragged me to this tiny shop in the country. But I'm glad she did. The owner gave us a pitcher of iced tea! WooHoo! We sat upstairs and she made us the BEST Panini sandwiches EVER! There's a blackboard that the owner told us she switches out every weekend. She open every weekend april to october. Really good food and reasonable priced. The only problem I had was with the restroom, while it was very clean...it wasn't airconditioned and it was hot! But the owner said it will be within a yr or 2. We went back the following month and the food was even better! 2 punches on our customer cards now! This tiny place never fails with it's well prepared food!

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My husband and I were antiquing at this small country shop and decided to give their tea room a try. We went upstairs to the tiny dining area that overlooks the main room. There is a small blackboard menu which evidently changes every weekend she's open. I LOVED the Roasted Portabello Mushroom Soup...made from scratch! (I asked!) She wouldn't give me the recipe though, no matter how much I begged. We were the only ones there but it was nearly closing time. She gave us customer appreciation cards that when you have it punched 9 times, you get a free lunch. My husband even liked the food and he's pretty picky. We intend on returning when the shop reopens for next year.

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★★★★★

My husband and I were antiquing at this small country shop and decided to give their tea room a try. We went upstairs to the tiny dining area that overlooks the main room. There is a small blackboard menu which evidently changes every weekend she's open. I LOVED the Roasted Portabello Mushroom Soup...made from scratch! (I asked!) She wouldn't give me the recipe though, no matter how much I begged. We were the only ones there but it was nearly closing time. She gave us customer appreciation cards that when you have it punched 9 times, you get a free lunch. My husband even liked the food and he's pretty picky. We intend on returning when the shop reopens for next year.

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A very tiny but cute eatery tucked inside a antiques' shop which is in turn, housed inside a haybarn in the countryside. Honestly, I didn't hold out much hope until we walked inside. The shop surprised me, it's packed with lots of candles, primitives and other stuff. We choose to eat in the upstairs dining room...pretty small, 3 tables only and 3 tables downstairs. A black board displays that weekend's menu. (on the owner's whim, it changes every weekend) I had the Tuscan Turkey and Swiss Panni with a small green salad My husband had the Roast Beef and American Panni with the Tea Room Potato Salad. Very Good!! The owner did the cooking the day we were there. Our glasses were refilled free and she even gave us cups to go! I couldn't believe how nice and pleasant this lady was. It's a seasonal shop. Open weekends only April to Nov. But it's worth the trip from Conway. Be prepared though, it's Non-Smoking...which suited us just fine. I've revised my original post to a full 5 stars, because we have went back 3 times now and the food just keeps improving. We call ahead to find out what's on the menu for Sunday. Plus, I love her candles and home made air sprays!

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★★★★★

A very tiny but cute eatery tucked inside a antiques' shop which is in turn, housed inside a haybarn in the countryside. Honestly, I didn't hold out much hope until we walked inside. The shop surprised me, it's packed with lots of candles, primitives and other stuff. We choose to eat in the upstairs dining room...pretty small, 3 tables only and 3 tables downstairs. A black board displays that weekend's menu. (on the owner's whim, it changes every weekend) I had the Tuscan Turkey and Swiss Panni with a small green salad My husband had the Roast Beef and American Panni with the Tea Room Potato Salad. Very Good!! The owner did the cooking the day we were there. Our glasses were refilled free and she even gave us cups to go! I couldn't believe how nice and pleasant this lady was. It's a seasonal shop. Open weekends only April to Nov. But it's worth the trip from Conway. Be prepared though, it's Non-Smoking...which suited us just fine. I've revised my original post to a full 5 stars, because we have went back 3 times now and the food just keeps improving. We call ahead to find out what's on the menu for Sunday. Plus, I love her candles and home made air sprays!

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