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About Founding Farmers - King of Prussia
Located in the lively, new King of Prussia Town Center, Founding Farmers KOP is a full-service restaurant and bar open seven days a week serving breakfast, lunch, dinner, and our Farmers Market Buffet Brunch on weekends. As a farmer-owned restaurant, almost all of our delicious food and drink – from our freshly baked bread and house-churned butter to our craft cocktails with our proprietary spirits – is made from scratch, using high-quality ingredients from American family farms. Our First Bake Cafe & Creamery located just downstairs will be serving light fare, coffees and scratch sodas, fresh baked breads, donuts and pastries, and our famous homemade ice cream, all available to go or for enjoyment at our counter or one of our cafe tables. We are excited to be making our way to Pennsylvania and hope our guests will enjoy all that is Founding Farmers.
King of Prussia, PA 19406
American, Comfort Food, Breakfast
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday – Friday: 7:00 am – 11:00 am
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:00AM - 4:00PM
Buffet Brunch: Saturday: 9:00AM - 3:00PM
Sunday: 9:00AM - 3:00PM
Dinner: Monday-Wednesday- 4:00PM - 10:00PM
Thursday: 4:00PM - 11:00PM
Friday: 4:00PM - 12:00AM
Saturday: 2:00PM - 12:00AM
Sunday: 2:00PM - 10:00PM
$30 and under
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There are multiple free parking lots in King of Prussia Town Center.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Founding Farmers - King of Prussia Ratings and Reviews
I was very disappointed when I got my bill and saw that a can of Diet Coke was $4. Also, there is no kids menu. Our waiter was on the job for 2 days and he was told to point out the little burgers, hot dogs or pasta. My 8 year old daughter got the cheeseburgers and took one bite and couldn't eat them because there was a spicy sauce. Not the best first experience
Disappointing! This restaurant is overrated. Perhaps because it is still new and the kinks are not yet worked out, but we had lukewarm food and spotty service. The place was packed and very noisy. I think they were understaffed for such a crowd, but we were disappointed. We will not go back until we are assured that the service has improved, maybe when the novelty wears off and they are not so crowded.
Food was very good. Started out with the table bread basket and chili both of which were very tasty. For entrees we had the squash ravioli and seven cheese macaroni and we enjoyed both. Our waiter was very pleasant and provided some good wine and entree recommendations.
A few negatives. The noise level is loud, really LOUD. We found it very challenging to have a conversation without shouting at one another. It is also very dark. Service is very slow-we were there for almost three hours on a Thursday evening. The reception area is very chaotic.
I plan to return but may wait a few months to give them time to work out some of the wrinkles.
Food was very good! Our server was great too, but I think he forgot to put our appetizers in and then blamed it on the kitchen. Our entrees came out within 15 minutes of ordering when he hadn't even gotten our bread and pierogies yet. I would still go back, I just think they need to be a little more organized.
It started out fine. OT reservation 1:15 pm, seated immediately at nice booth. We perused large menu for a while and waitress brought water and asked about food allergies/preferences, etc. Ordered and waited maybe 1/2 hour for food to arrive . Someone (not the waitress) delivered food and and took off very quickly. Almost immediately we found that my daughter's salad had no dressing (she had requested the pistachio dressing) and my meatloaf was cold/raw inside (dangerous!) No one came back to check on us so after 2-3 minutes so I finally resorted to waving and then getting up from my seat and waving until someone came by to check on us. Sent raw meatloaf back. Chef should have checked that with food thermometer especially due to ground beef (I eat steak rare but NOT hamburger!) Manager came by asked if I wanted the meat loaf dinner boxed to go. I said no, I'm hungry and here for special dinner with my children! If you can't get me another one then please switch to fish & chips. Also still much confusion about salad dressing, without asking the waitress brought something green instead of giving choices to my daughter. They finally made it right brought another meatloaf dish (it took a while so they brought a free deviled egg appetizer while I waited for the second attempt at meat loaf.) When it did arrive it was very good. Waitress was apologetic but we tipped well anyway, since meat temp was not her fault. I cook meatloaf myself and I know that ground any meat too rare is not safe. That being said it's probably just startup blues for a new venue. Would definitely return (this was my second trip!) and would definitely recommend -- all's well that ends well (and desserts were fabulous!) Do give this restaurant a try!
We had been to the Founding Farmer in Germantown Maryland multiple times as my sister lives in that area. From the first time i ate there it was one of those restaurants that you think man, I wish we had this in Jersey. Well I'll take Pa....this is a 40 min ride for us up the turnpike and its well worth the drive. Food was excellent, service was warm, friendly, engaged in conversation and knew much about the area and the menu. I have to say WHOMEVER DID THE INTERIOR DECORATING FLAT OUT KILLED IT!!!!!!!!!! FROM THE MINUTE YOU WALK IN IT IS DESSERT FOR THE EYES IN EVERY INCH OF THE SPACE. THEY ARE WORTH THEIR WEIGHT IN GOLD. Did I mention we will be back..LOL.
Founding Farmers KOP is worth a try, the food was fresh, tasty, and the atmosphere and presentation top shelf all of the way. We did have a bit of an issue having to wait a bit longer for our food but I attributed that to the bustling crowd and the constant movement in and out of the kitchen. The management and waitstaff were aware of the wait and compensated us with a free desert of our choice. Overall a great dining experience and one that I will partake in again.
Just had my second visit and enjoyed it as much as my first! The first time I went for dinner we had the bread with creamy brie, apple and onion as a starter and it was absolutely delicious. I then had a special - swordfish in a beurre blanc sauce that was perfect. On my second visit I started with the tomato basil soup which was the perfect blend of sweet and savory, and stayed hot until the end. For my entrée I grilled salmon with a spinach panzanella salad that was also nicely cooked and dressed.
I want to go back and try a few more things on the menu - I don't eat meat, so I'm curious about the Impossible Burger and the cauliflower steak.
This was our first experience but our second time here. We tried to get in for lunch a month ago and it was an hour and a half wait..,too long for lunch. This time we made reservations, and good thing we did. By noon, there’s a wait. Not ideal when your on a time constraint for work. We had the mussels to start in red sauce, very good. For our entrees we had the shrimp and grits, which were very good- and there was no sausage in it, which was a plus for me!!!! My husband had the crab cakes, he didn’t think his plate had enough food. Overall we will go back, but for dinner next time
SO. MUCH. FUN. I took my bestie to the KoP location for her birthday, and it was superb. The decor is so good looking; we loved all the creative names given to the various quadrants. The food was tasty, but our waiter, Scott, made the night awesome. He was shadowing Brian on his last night of training. Scott was FUN, charming, knowledgeable, hospitable, quick to meet our needs and was an outstanding ambassador for Founding Farmers. (The thing with waiters - some try too hard to be entertaining and witty - and it ends up backfiring. He is a natural people-person. A keeper!!) (p.s. Your crab cakes were 👍, the spicy fried chix and mac 'n cheese were 👍but the Farm-a-Roni was absolutely tasteless. Sorry!!)
Absolutely one of my best dining experiences recently. The food was outstanding and the cocktail menu was equally terrific. The server was attentive and knowledgeable and answered all my mom's questions extremely well (she likes to ask a lot of questions and our server answered all of them perfectly!)
I haven't had a meal this good in very long time. It was absolutely amazing, so many menu choices, I can't wait to try everything. I had their signature fried chicken w/donuts, scalloped potatoes n mac n cheese-- it was fantastic. My date had butternut squash ravioli-- loved it. Both the service n ambiance were excellent, I can't wait to return.
Surprisingly on Sunday, the latest reservation I could get was 3pm. But we wanted to try the place so we went with it for a late lunch/early dinner, and I’m so glad we did. We arrived a little early but were seated right away. The server was told by the host it was our first visit, so he took some time to explain the menu. We started with oysters and they were delish! Hubs had the pasta with pesto & seafood, which was done to perfection. I had the fried chicken & donut, also nicely done, and big enough to take leftovers for lunch. Ambiance was lively but not too loud, so conversation was comfortable. We’ll be back!
For a $30 brunch we expected better. The food was bland, carved meat was fatty, slow service and some unfriendly servers at dessert table. We waited for almost everything. Did not love the food options. Our plates sat on table a long time and when i asked for more silverware i watched the girl wipe one from a drawer on her apron. Very dissatisfied.
I would like to go back to Founding Farmers but I wouldn't go for brunch again. It wasn't a good value. Although there were many food options it took too long to wait for the "better" options of eggs benedict and fried shrimp to be brought around to the table and by the time they got there they were cold. The mixed drinks were unique and delicious. I would like to try the regular menu rather than the brunch buffet.
Went for their Sunday brunch- it was a buffet and did not offer balanced options. There was no fruit! And tons of donuts, ice cream, and meats. Also, the brunch was way overpriced at $29 pp.
I went for dinner on a prior visit and it was a much better experience. Food was very good.
I had no idea that weekends only had a buffet. I took my sister for her birthday and we were forced to get the buffet. Which was okay, but barely had any options. $30/pp and they will not make omelets or pancakes. They have people walking around (or so they say) with different food options. we got the last of the Eggs Benedict which was cold and the only other person was the pierogi guy. Not happy they should have mentioned that you will have to get the brunch if you dine here at lunch on a weekend.
What a fun, lively restaurant! I am glad we made a reservation because people checking in were given wait times of 1-1 1/2 hours. We got seated right away and were delighted by a great IPA beer list and varied appetizer share menu. Tangy garlic black peppered chicken wings and cauliflower hummus with baked focaccia bread were a great way to start. The salmon main course was very good as was the fried chicken. I did not really like the sides - an onion veggie combo and mashed potatoes, but the main dishes were good. We had the filled creme brûlée baked cinnamon donuts for dessert. They were very good but not amazing. I think the dough part was slightly overcooked so dry. They were out of a few donuts and dishes as well as the wine we wanted. But it all worked out and we will definitely go back.
Overall our experience was ok, but the service wasn't on top of their game. Drinks took awhile to come to the table each time we ordered a new one. Sometimes they were forgotten. We asked for waters and they never came. We asked again when the waiter finally came by the table again. They seemed to be out of many things (this was a Saturday at 7pm) including Tito's, one of the beers requested, and then the dessert that the waiter recommended and then had to come back and tell us we couldn't have it because it wasn't ready. I'd probably go back but I might wait awhile and let them fix some problems with service first.
Had an amazing experience for brunch at the location in Tysons Corner, and was super excited when I heard this one was opening closer to home. It didnt disappoint. My husband and I were STUFFED and so satisfied, and everything was delicious. Love, Love, Love! Looking forward to trying dinner!
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