FIVE OAKS FARM KITCHEN
Located at 1638 Parkway in Sevierville, TN, you will discover a relatively new restaurant devoted to you, the hungry visitor with true southern-style meals. Five Oaks Farm Kitchen is the place to go for southern hospitality and good southern cooking. They have breakfast, lunch, and supper menus. Breakfast is from 7:30am to 2:30pm, lunch is from 11:30am to 2:30pm and supper is from 2:30pm until closing which is 9pm Sunday thru Thursday and 10pm on Friday and Saturday nights.
For breakfast you can have something sweet like the large handmade cinnamon roll with a sweet cream icing to a large serving of southern homemade biscuits and sausage gravy. More traditional is the French toast and griddle cakes. Many ways to have your eggs or your omelets. Should you go with one of the harvest morning bounty selections you will be served two eggs, grits, potatoes, biscuits and gravy and a griddle cake with warm syrup. That by itself would be enough to fill you but, you still get to make your bounty selection. Maybe rainbow trout or a ground chuck steak with sausage gravy. Perhaps a pan-fried pork tenderloin with sausage gravy?
Should you not have time for breakfast there’s always lunch at Five Oaks Farm Kitchen. There are many salad selections with several types of dressings to choose. Chicken and scratch-made dumplins – omygoodness! All that with any of the lunch entrees – fried chicken, open face pot roast, meatloaf, chicken casserole, sugar cured ham steak, and if meat is not your thing there is a veggie plate. There is also a full rack of hickory smoked pork ribs or a pulled pork plate. You may have to return more than a few times to try all that’s on the menu for lunch! For dessert you can try the banana pudding, a southern delight, a caramel apple served on a stick, or the purple cow. I’ll let you think about that.
You’re probably not a work weary farmer at the end of a busy day but I’ll bet you’ll be hungry for supper at Five Oaks Farm Kitchen after a busy day of searching for Pigeon Forge real estate or Gatlinburg real estate.
Always seerving a delicious salad made with fresh ingredients. They have added an incredible potato soup to the supper menu along with the chicken and dumplins and slow cooked pinto bean and ham soup. For supper, they have added rainbow trout, fried chicken livers, stuffed peppers, fried catfish, and a chicken casserole. Multiple sides for you to choose from – cole slaw, green beans, stewed cabbage, creamed corn, deviled eggs, mashed potatoes, corn on the cob and fried green tomatoes. There are too many sides to list. Should you prefer smoked meats, there’s chicken, pork ribs, beef short ribs, prime rib of beef and a smokehouse sampling. For dessert and you know how southerners love their sweets, you can choose from blackberry dumplings, window sill cobbler, and of course the three desserts from lunch.
Five Oaks Farm Kitchen has two floors of seating with a kitchen on both. There is plenty of private dining for family reunions, school trips, meetings, parties, and receptions. There is easy access for buses and tour group and all parking is free.
Make Five Oaks Farm Kitchen a place you plan on visiting when you come to the Smoky Mountains to visit the Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge area. I’m sure you will go away full and eagerly wanting to return.
Five Oaks Farm Kitchen