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Berardi's Family Kitchen is a family owned restaurant in Sandusky, Ohio that has been serving the locals for over 75 years! We have been voted Best Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Dessert and Best Fries by the Readers Choice Awards and are a local favorite destination for a great meal at an affordable price. "Taste the Homemade Difference".
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Famous fish sandwich or dinner will satisfy anyone’s appetite for fish. Add on The Berardis steak fries and you shouldn’t have room for a slice of their delicious pies but somehow you always find room. We also had someone in the group try the city...More
I recently visited with my family and although it was really packed we got our food fairly quickly. Food was great! I had a Philly cheesesteak and the absolute best fries ever. Prices are ok. I’ll definitely be going again
My family of 4 went here for breakfast and the overall feel was bland. The waffle just kind of existed. No real flavor to speak of. My son had the chocolate chip pancake. He thought it was pretty good. Wife had he “hash browns”, which...More
We all had amazing food, even from the kids menu. Everything was hot, great tasting, and the service as always was excellent. The sauerkraut balls appetizer and Reuben are phenomenal. Highly recommend.
This place is always packed as it's a local favorite. I used to live in Sandusky and it's been there since I can remember. They've always been known for their fries which were the fries you enjoyed with vinegar at Cedar Point many years ago....More
We were up in Sandusky for a conference and just wanted a good family dinner. Berardi"s was the place. We all had different things but I had Veal Parmesan. You can always tell a good veal if you can cut it with your fork. It...More