Open May through September
|Monday – Friday:
|10:00 am – 4:00 pm (lunch special available: 11:00 am – 1:30 pm)
10:00 am – 7:00 pm Open for supper (lunch special available: 11:00 am – 1:30 pm)
|Saturday:||10:00 am – 4:00 pm (Saturday Brunch: 10:00 am – 2:00 pm)|
|Sunday:||11:30 am – 4:00 pm (Sunday Buffet: 11:30 am – 2:00 pm)|
|Please allow sufficient time for meal preparation and consumption before closing time.|
|Monday||Mini Salad Bar $12.00|
|Tuesday||Fish Fry $12.00|
|Wednesday||Around The World $12.00|
|Thursday||All you can eat soup and bread $12.00|
|Friday||Soup and Sandwich $12.00|
|Adults $17.00 / Seniors $14.00 / Children 4 -12 $8.00|
|Children 3 and under Free!|
|Specials are unavailable on festival day|
Our Traditional Menu
Traditional Meal – $17.00
Locally made Foarma Worscht with three Vereniki smothered in Schmauntfatt with a side serving of coleslaw. Served with a bowl of Komst Borscht, a slice of stone ground whole wheat bread and plautz.
Vereniki Lover’s Platter – $14.95
Eight Vereniki smothered in Schmauntfatt. Served with Komst Borscht and a slice of stone ground whole wheat bread.
Kielke and Grilled Ham or Foarma Worscht – $14.95
Kielke topped with Schmauntfatt beside a tender cut of smoked ham or foarma worscht, with coleslaw. Served with Komst Borscht and a slice of stone ground bread.
Bestje Dit enn Daut (Sampler Plate) – $14.95
Sample a little of this and that – Cup of Komst Borscht, Foarma Worscht, two Vereniki smothered in Schmauntfatt, serving of coleslaw, a slice of stone ground whole wheat bread and plautz.
Faspa – $12.00
A bowl of Komst Borscht with one slice of stone ground whole wheat bread with butter and home-made jam, one slice New Bothwell cheese and one serving of rhubarb Plautz.
Komst Borscht enn Broot (Bread) – $6.00
Large bowl of Komst Borscht with one slice of stone ground whole wheat bread.
(May substitute for soup of the day.)
Gluten Free and Vegetarian Meals available upon request
Hot Dog – $8.00
Chicken Fingers – $8.00
Meals include chips, cookie & beverage
Foarma Worscht $5.00
Slice of Bread $2.00
Soup Only $4.00
Rhubarb Plautz $4.00
Rice Pudding $4.00
with ice cream $5.00
Plueme Moos – small bowl $3.50
large bowl $4.50
Homemade Cookie $1.00
Single Scoop Ice Cream Cone $2.50
Double Scoop Ice Cream Cone $3.50
Cinnamon Rolls $4.50
Home-made Iced Tea, Coffee
Tea, Milk, Chocolate Milk
or Juice $2.00
Canned Pop $2.00
Thank you for choosing to dine at the Livery Barn Restaurant where food is prepared in a Russian Mennonite traditional cuisine.
Waut es daut?
What is that?
a light meal traditionally served in mid afternoon. Our Faspa is ready anytime.
locally made smoked pork sausage, lightly seasoned. Delicious eaten hot or cold.
tender homemade egg noodles boiled in salted water. Often served with a cream gravy.
soup made from hearty meat broth,
cabbage (komst), onions, potatoes, pieces of chicken flavoured with the distinctive taste of dill.
a delicious cake-like dessert with a crust, fruit filling and crumb or streusel topping.
a variety of dried fruits (apple, plum, apricot, raisins) simmered to perfection. Served cold or at room temperature.
rich savory cream gravy.
Stone ground Broot
home-made bread made from stone ground whole wheat flour milled at the museum’s wind-driven grist mill.
boiled pockets of soft dough filled with cottage cheese