Timmer’s on Big Cedar Lake, Wisconsin

Posted on June 3, 2013. Filed under: Restaurants Worth the Visit | Tags: , , , , |

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Sunday brunch at Timmer’s Resort on Big Cedar Lake, Wisconsin about 30 miles north of Milwaukee is well worth the visit.  The entire 1800s resort is being rebuilt in the manner of the old lake cottages and gathering hall of old.  The restaurant, although all new, almost exactly replicated the old building which was crumbling, but the original massive fireplace was preserved.  It’s a treat just to be in this gorgeous, historical place right on the big old beautiful lake.  The sailboats were going when we were there.

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It’s nice, though, that in addition to a beautiful setting and attentive service the food was excellent.  My sampler plate include smoked salmon, fresh blueberry pancakes, tilapia, sausage popovers, scalloped potatoes, an unusual, delicious waldorf-type salad and sautéed vegetables with roast beef.  The desserts were also excellent with dark, fudgy chocolate cake, a pecan pie bar cookie, coconut cake and raspberry-topped cream cheese cake.  The best was the coconut cake believe it or not.  In addition to my selections there was a made-to-order omelet station and a vast array of additional pastries from which to choose.

We look forward to returning when summer is in full swing to sit out on the patio with views of the lake!

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