Close up of tomato soup with toasted croutons

Is Rebecca’s Bistro worth the wait? Let’s Dig In!

Getting hungry? One of our favorite local cafés, Rebecca’s Bistro, is the perfect place to enjoy a savory meal and a serene environment. The menu is unbeatable whether you’re craving a sweet treat for breakfast or a tasty lunch! Rebecca’s Bistro is only the beginning of the dining options here in Ohio’s Amish area. For more local favorites, check out our Vacation Guide! This guide is your secret tool for an unforgettable vacation!    

A Dining Excursion to Rebecca’s Bistro

About the Bistro

Rebecca’s Bistro is a quaint, family-owned café in the heart of Walnut Creek, Ohio. Rebecca and her husband, Jim, are both longtime residents of Ohio’s Amish Country and have served the community with homestyle American eats for over 15 years. However, the log cabin that houses Rebecca’s dates back to the 18th century. With gracious hospitality and a warm atmosphere that makes you feel at home, Rebecca’s attracts legions of locals and tourists alike as an ideal place to gather with family and friends.

The Menus

Rebecca’s menus consist of breakfast, lunch, and specialty drinks. When it comes to breakfast, you will find omelettes, stuffed French toast, pancakes, hash browns, frittatas and more. However, the creamed eggs over toast remains the No. 1 choice for locals. For lunch, hearty sandwiches, savory soups, and fresh salads are on the menu, but no lunch trip to Rebecca’s would be complete without trying her famous tomato basil soup. Specialty drinks like frappes, chai tea, smoothies, and lattes are also available, and are a great way to start the morning or enjoy as an afternoon pick-me-up. In addition, the desserts at Rebecca’s are over-the-top amazing! When you visit, the chocolate spoon cake is highly recommended!

Tips for Your Trip

  • Rebecca’s Bistro hours are currently Monday through Saturday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
  • Rebecca’s everyday menus can be found on their website, but be sure to check out their Facebook page for daily specials and soup du jours!
  • Walnut Creek is a small town, and parking is sometimes limited. You can find parking spots behind Rebecca’s Bistro or across SR 515 above the Der Dutchman parking lot. As a courtesy, Rebecca’s asks that ask that you refrain from parking at the Commercial and Savings Bank lot or the Yoder’s Hardware lot.

So, Is Rebecca’s Bistro Worth Waiting For?

Yes! Visiting Ohio’s Amish area means a trip to Rebecca’s Bistro is a must. Delicious breakfast, lunch, and specialty drinks attract locals and visitors alike. Be sure to add this café to your itinerary. You won’t be disappointed! 

Book Your Stay at the White Oak Inn

When you stay at the White Oak Inn, you won’t need to travel far to experience some of the best dining in Ohio’s Amish area. Every morning, our guests greet the day with one of our hearty country breakfasts. And of course, no visit would be complete without experiencing dinner. Menus are planned daily to take advantage of the finest produce, meat, and fish available! 

At the White Oak Inn, we know that furry friends need vacations too! Book our pet-friendly Dogwood Room and enjoy a king-size bed, a private bathroom with tub and shower, television with DirecTV, and complimentary snacks and beverages 24 hours a day. Check our availability today! We can’t wait to host you at the White Oak Inn!

Looking for more great eats like Rebecca’s Bistro? Read our blog on Ohio’s best Amish restaurants!

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