Raleigh >Food & Dining > Pam's Farm House
5111 Western Blvd, Raleigh, NC | Directions 2760635.785993 -78.711844
Mon. - Fri. 6am - 2pm;Sat. 6am - 12am;Sun. CLOSED
loved it, going back today – cant wait to go to pams today for lunch on my day off yayyyy I'm gettin the bbq chicken.. it is a spicy tangy bbq sauce they even put slices of jalepeno in it mmmm my sides will be deviled eggs and who knows what else! lol
"We can't call people without wings angels, so we call them friends."
This food is made by angels!
MMM!! great county cooking – Pam's is the best place to get a good Southern breakfast. The waitstaff are extremely friendly. It's definitely old school inside, and it's a little sketchy how it's attached to The Goat (bar), but for me it just adds charm to this wonderful hidden treasure. Eat here and leave happy--you should probably go for a run after wards because you're guaranteed to stuff yourself (but not put a hurting on your wallet). The prices are a lot more reasonable the Farmer's Market Restaurant and the food is a lot better!
PAM's is finger lickin' good! – I've been to Pam's several times and I'm so glad I discovered it. If you are a Southern girl or gal and need some of your Momma's or Grandma's cooking, but can get to them - Pam's is the place to go! The food is always fresh and tastes great. I always leave a happy customer each time I visit.
Wonderful every time – My husband found Pam's a couple of years ago and we've been loyal customers ever since. The food is always outstanding and the people who work there are very friendly. They have THE BEST country cooking in the area. You have to try the bbq chicken! Wonderful, wonderful!
Best country cooking in the immediate Triangle area – The poster below was misled if he/she was looking for soul food. This particular establishment specializes in "country cooking" which is slightly different from soul food. You'll find pork chops, roast beef&gravy, beef tips w/ rice, bbq chicken, fried fish, and a whole host of veggies like homemade mashed potatoes, collard greens, yams, limas, green beans, etc. Everything here is made from scratch, from the biscuits and hushpuppies to the gravy for the roast beef and mashed potatoes to the OUTSTANDING banana pudding (on thurs. and fri.) - nothing is from cans (like K&W Cafeteria for example). This place is far better, and I drive from Durham every week just to eat here because it's worth it.
You can get a meat + 2 veggies + tea here for 7 dollars and change. The price-to-value ratio is unbeatable.
This place has grown on me over time. If you go in expecting a "Sunday's best" meal, you might be disappointed. I have an adage for my two favorite southern places in this area - Joyce and Family in Fuquay-Varina or Old Place in Bear Creek, NC is what you'd expect your grandma to make for lunch on Sunday; Pam's is what you'd expect her to make for lunch on Thursday.
DON'T DO IT, U WILL REGRET IT...UNLESS U WANT TO COMMIT SUICIDE! – A colleague and I wanted to go to a restaurant with soul food. Another colleague suggested Pam's Farmhouse Restaurant! Well after scrolling through the other comments, I'm not sure who in the world gave them 5 stars b/c this place don't deserve 1 star. When we got there we were given menus. Apparently we didn't go on the right day b/c the menus did not have any soul food listed. They had parts of soul food such as collard greens, baked chicken and beef tips etc....but was lacking what I call soul food, meat loaf, chicken & dumplings, cabbage, mash potatoes, macaroni & cheese, sweet potatoes, banana pudding etc. Now, even though they did not have this things didn't totally ruin the experience....we just had to save soul food for another day. After debating what I was going to order due to the choices I was given, I finally decide to get breakfast food. Because we got our food to go, it wasn't until we got back and realize the portion size and the quality in taste! Someone made a comment saying it's home made cooking......I totally disagree....I can cook some home cooked meals that taste way better than that....and put some soul to it. It was terrible and heck NO, I'm not going back! For those that tempt to go....be prepared....b/c not only will you experience bad tasting food.....you'll also experience high bld pressure, cholesterol, and possibly diabetes....that's just my personal opinion.....the next time I will choose K&W Cafeteria!
best country cooking anywhere – This place has got to have the best home/country cooking of anywhere around. From the hushpuppies and biscuits to the bannana pudding and everything in between, it is just plain wonderful. Get there early to get in...the lines go out the door around noon.
Comfort food dominates the menu at this popular breakfast- and lunch spot. – In Short
Located just down the street from NC State, this Southern restaurant beckons to breakfast-lovers and students homesick for mom's home-style cooking. The decor is just what you'd expect: a simple set-up with sparse tables and country kitsch, but that doesn't stop locals from flocking here to try the buttery grits or piles of pancakes. If you're craving a meal here, plan to come early since breakfast and lunch are the only meals served.
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