There is something wonderful about brunch on the weekends. This post reviews the very best brunch spot that you can visit in North Wales, Pennsylvania. The Turning Point Restaurant is located at 1460 Bethlehem Pike, North Wales, PA 19454, and it is within the Shoppes At English Village. This place is north of Philadelphia, and you can expect about a 45 minute drive to get there from the city.
My husband and I are from the Philadelphia area, and so much of our family lives in the region as well. For various celebrations and get togethers throughout the year, we try to find interesting restaurants with delicious cuisine that we can take them out to. A brunch restaurant that has become one of our regular stops is Turning Point, and it is such a wonderful place that everyone can enjoy.
There is a decent sized parking lot next to the restaurant, which is awesome if you are traveling to the area. Also, they do have indoor and outdoor seating which is nice if you want to relax and enjoy a beautiful day on your visit.
Whenever we visit this restaurant, we always notice how kind everyone is there, and how they make you feel right at home. I think the positive energy of everyone there just radiates, and this makes the atmosphere even that much more amazing.
The cuisine is so delicious, and the nice thing, is that there really does seem to be something for everyone on the menu. They have the classic breakfast items, like pancakes, or omelets, however, they really do have there own spin on everything with an assortment of specialty items. For instance, waffles are always so good for brunch, and this place has their own version of chicken and waffles, which is truly delicious.
If you are more of a sandwich type person at brunch, they do carry a multitude of them, and paninis as well! I highly recommend their Cran-Walnut Chicken Salad. Their whole menu is really quite impressive, and they also have items such as French toast, egg skillets, avocado toast, lobster benedict, fresh salads, and so much more. This restaurant does carry great vegan options as well.
In addition, they also have a very delightful tea and coffee menu available. They offer French press coffee (this is usually what we order), iced coffee drinks, hot chocolates, and even fresh juices to start your day off right. If you are in the mood for more of a treat, they do have milkshakes, which look phenomenal! Turning Point also carries a variety of seasonal drinks too. They always seem to be adding more to the menu, which is really cool!
If you are looking for a nice brunch spot that the whole family can enjoy, I highly recommend checking out Turning Point in North Wales. It is not too far from Philly, and even closer if you are in King Of Prussia (this would only be a half hour drive). Let me know in the comments if you have ever visited this restaurant, and what you thought of it as well. I hope that you are having a wonderful day, and remember to click the like and subscribe button!
Also, make sure that you check out Turning Point’s website for more information!
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