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Hi Neighbor Restaurant

192 W. King St., Strasburg, VA - (540) 465-9187
Hi Neighbor is a friendly town cafe with a wide variety of pork products for breakfast and classic Southern fare -- country ham, fried chicken, pork chops -- at supper.
100% Approval Rating (1 votes)

Scorecard

4 - Overall: One of the Best - Worth a Trip
Overall: One of the Best - Worth a Trip
Fried Chicken
Macaroni & Cheese
Country Ham
Pancake
Stewed Tomatoes
Apple Pie
Corned Beef Hash
Peach Crisp
Scrapple Breakfast
Bread Pudding
Puddin

Highlighted Reviews

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Michael Stern - Photos (14)
Roadfood.com Editor
"In this fine old town cafe, a sign above the soda-dispensing machine, atop of which are marshaled individual boxes of breakfast cereal, reads, "WE HAVE PUDDIN MEAT" The waitress spots me taking a picture of the sign, and without our even asking, she explains that ..."   [Read More]

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Map & Web Site

192 W. King St., Strasburg, VA
(540) 465-9187

http://hineighborva.com/

Hours & Policies

Seasons:Open Year Round
Meals Served:Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Operational Hours:Always Call Ahead!
Credit Cards Accepted:Yes
Alcohol Served:No
Outdoor Seating:No
Reservations Accepted:No
Delivery Available:No
Takeout Counters:No
Hi Neighbor's country ham is salty but not insanely so, well complemented by a spill of sweet stewed apples.
"Hi Neighbor's country ham is salty but not insanely so, well complemented by a spill of sweet stewed apples."
Michael Stern





The brittle skin on this excellent fried chicken shores in luxurious juices.
"The brittle skin on this excellent fried chicken shores in luxurious juices."
Michael Stern


Macaroni and cheese is as rich as custard, the creamy part balanced by reefs and shoals of chewy cheese.
"Macaroni and cheese is as rich as custard, the creamy part balanced by reefs and shoals of chewy cheese."
Michael Stern


The Hi Neighbor originally opened as the Hometown Cafe in 1949.
"The Hi Neighbor originally opened as the Hometown Cafe in 1949."
Michael Stern


Crisp-edged corned beef hash is full-flavored and spicy. You really taste the corned beef.
"Crisp-edged corned beef hash is full-flavored and spicy. You really taste the corned beef."
Michael Stern


Comfortable counter seats, as seen from a table up front
"Comfortable counter seats, as seen from a table up front"
Michael Stern


Bread pudding is dense and satisfying, albeit charmless.
"Bread pudding is dense and satisfying, albeit charmless."
Michael Stern


A nice, from-scratch pancake
"A nice, from-scratch pancake"
Michael Stern


Alas, the peach crisp was not so crisp. Was this the result of it being zapped in the microwave?
"Alas, the peach crisp was not so crisp. Was this the result of it being zapped in the microwave?"
Michael Stern


A sign to warm the heart of true pork lovers
"A sign to warm the heart of true pork lovers"
Michael Stern


Many customers ask to have their puddin adorned with crisp chopped onions. We like ours plain, along with a pancake or two.
"Many customers ask to have their puddin adorned with crisp chopped onions. We like ours plain, along with a pancake or two."
Michael Stern


Scrapple is fried so it develops a delicious crunchy surface.
"Scrapple is fried so it develops a delicious crunchy surface."
Michael Stern


Stewed tomatoes are deeply fruity but not sweet – laced with cheese.
"Stewed tomatoes are deeply fruity but not sweet – laced with cheese."
Michael Stern


Although it is billed as homemade, we thought the apple pie was listless, its crust soft, the apples tired.
"Although it is billed as homemade, we thought the apple pie was listless, its crust soft, the apples tired."
Michael Stern



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