Strawberry Fair Restaurant
14 Pond St.
Norwell, MA 02061
The Strawberry Fair is located near Queen Anne’s Corner in Norwell, just over the Hingham line. It’s in a renovated antique farmhouse that is currently tucked amongst car dealerships, a Chilis, and other not very antique places. The interior decor is cottagey, quirky, cluttered-country, with most of the tables and chairs being different styles (some of the tables are actually antique sewing machines) and knick-knacks all over the place… most with a strawberry theme.
Strawberry Fair serves up Saturday and Sunday brunch. Their brunch menu has New England influences with dishes such as Corn Bread French Toast and the Brown-Eyed Susan (Eggs Benedict made with homemade brown bread). Many of the dishes are served with baked beans, toasted cornbread and strawberry jam. The food is pure comfort food and so good!
I ordered the corned beef hash with poached eggs, hash browns, and toasted corn bread. This corned beef hash is NOT the stuff out of a can. I really appreciate a good corned beef hash and Strawberry Fair’s version gets my stamp of approval. It definitely gives me my corned beef fix.
My other half got one of the selections off of the specials list– Creme Brulee French Toast. The french toast was a thick slab of bread with a carmelized sugar layer on top. It was served with fruit salad. My husband loved the french toast. It was very much like bread pudding, one of his favorites. Many people at other tables asked what he had ordered and then ordered the same. Way to start a trend…
I’ve also had lunch at Strawberry Fair and they have a nice selection of homemade soups and sandwiches along with some hot entrees. They also server dinner but I haven’t tried it yet. Someday…