After several extremely good dining experiences, I now want to unequivocally recommend Campbell's Barn to everyone
Basic american fare for the most part with a few pastas sprinkled in, all wonderful. We have yet to have even an OK meal here, everything has ranged from good to excellent
I have had both of their two specialties - fried chicken and prime rib - and both are excellent. The wife was particularly impressed that the breast was juicy and tender, when white meat tends to come out a lot drier. Also, the chicken is cooked to order, so expect to wait. The prime rib could use just a tad more seasoning, but Ill definitely order it again
We were also extremely impressed with the vegetables and desserts, expecially the sweet potato fries and the blackberry cobbler, which I daresay was the best I have ever had.
If you're on the east side, check your coupon magazines (Reach etc), as I know they have a 8 dollar off coupon in circulation right now
We finally got there on Sunday, and we were extremely impressed.
Good lord is their chicken good. Somehow the skin is done well enough that it resembles crispy turkey skin, yet like TJ says, the white meat is still incredibly juicy.
We started with fried pickles, which for $6 was four regular sized spears with spicy ranch. The breading was excellent, as was the ranch. It was a thick breading, and very flavorful. The ranch had a late spicy kick.
I got the tenders, which were $10 and came with two sides, and I had the jalepeno scalloped potatoes and the sweet potato fries. The GF got the four-piece chicken dinner, and got cole slaw and onion rings.
I thought the tenders were great, but not quite as good as the fried chicken (I ate the breast out of the four-piece, since Cathy doesn't like white meat as much). The only strange thing was even though they have wings and several sauces for those on the menu, they don't ask if you want a sauce with the tenders. I asked if I could try the hot garlic, and it was great. Very strong garlic taste but creamy with a little kick. Not too hot though.
The jalepeno potatoes were incredible. They come with tons of cheese and the flavors blend very well. The sweet potato fries were pretty good but not great.
The onion rings are the thick kind with the thick batter, and I don't do cole slaw, but Cathy loved both.
Bill was $32, and we had plenty left over. Highly recommended.