I go sometimes but wish the menu would vary more. Nice little cozy place and fun lunch place with good food. Fun to look around in there at gifts too.
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Before visiting the Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum we stopped at Amanda's for lunch. The homey atmosphere provided a pleasant respite from a long morning's drive. It was surprising to find such quality eats in a town the size of Abilene. We had the Tuscan...More
This restaurant is set in a quaint antique store. It is clean and has plenty of comfortable seating. There is a menu of several different sandwiches and soups, with a few different side offerings and an extensive collection of hot and iced teas. Freshly baked...More
Nice decor. Pleasant arrangement. Gifts for sale. Uses Radinas coffee from Manhattan, Ks. Free refills on coffee. Small selection of pastries, on display. Offers other bakery items. I chose the homemade cinnamon roll. Good, not great. The outside needs new signage. Yet, good price for...More
Amanda's was a perfect lunch stop for my 10 year old grandson and I! Very friendly staff and excellent lunch full of flavor! I enjoyed her chicken walnut salad on a croissant with a cup of her Tuscan potato soup. I must add that the...More
Amanda's has great food and is a nice place to stop in for a visit. Mostly sandwich type meals but her baked good are great! My wife loves the brownies and she also makes great, huge cookies. Try the bierocks if you get a chance.
we like to look for local places to eat and not the usual fast food/chain stuff. We ate lunch here. Would give it and average review. Might go back, might not. Food was ok, nothing too special. Conveniently located downtown, close to Eisenhower museum.
We visited this bakery while on break from a conference. They catered our breakfast but we wanted a taste of her specialty flavors. She makes wonderful coffee, teas, pastries and breakfast options.