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Mrs. K's Toll House - 5 Reviews - 9201 Colesville Rd, Silver Spring, MD 20910, Silver Spring, MD - Restaurants Reviews - Phone (301) 589-3500

Mrs. K's Toll House

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9201 Colesville Rd, Silver Spring, MD 20910
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Mrs. K's Toll House - Silver Spring, MD
Mrs. K's Toll House - Silver Spring, MD
Mrs. K's Toll House - Silver Spring, MD
Mrs. K's Toll House - Silver Spring, MD
Mrs. K's Toll House - Silver Spring, MD
Mrs. K's Toll House - Silver Spring, MD
Mrs. K's Toll House - Silver Spring, MD
Mrs. K's Toll House - Silver Spring, MD
Mrs. K's Toll House - Silver Spring, MD
Mrs. K's Toll House - Silver Spring, MD
Mrs. K's Toll House - Silver Spring, MD

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I was just at Mrs. K’s this past Sunday for their Brunch which is not to be missed! An amazing selection...

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My family of four and I decided to try the Sunday brunch at Mrs. K's. My sister, in her 60's, was on crutches due to a broken foot. We requested a table near the buffet but the st...

Live down the street and finally went 6/4/2010

I live right behind Mrs. K's Tollhouse but until recently did I make the trip there for dinner. My wife and I both ordered the crab cakes which were outstanding. They are a little pricey at $39 but were the best I have eaten in the DC/Baltimore area (including G&M in Balt.) more

2010 Spring Dining Guide 5/22/2010

By Tom Sietsema Sunday, May 23, 2010 I did not expect to find chorizo croquettes on the American menu of one of the oldest restaurants around. The 2001 Harlan Estate for $739 was a surprise, too. Not so much for its sky-high price, but for the fact that the prized wine was even being offered . Mrs. K's Toll House ("Fine Dining Since 1930," reads the sign out front) is by turns strange and satisfying. Does anyone really buy rings from the jewelry case that sits in the foyer of the rambling, Tudor-style former residence? Areas of the china-decorated, nine-dining-room destination smell musty, but the windows of the sunny First Dining Room bring the outdoors inside, and the Wine Cellar room would look at home in Napa, Calif. Part of an uplift of the establishment in 2008, the cellar is where I recently had my first encounter with Mrs. K's. The bottle-lined, brick-walled underground environment proved attractive, but most of the food that Sunday night could have been channeled from a continental restaurant circa 1960. "You could hang wallpaper with this pasta sauce," a friend said as he passed me his lackluster entree of seafood, linguine and cream. The American menu is both plain and adventurous. Think crab cakes, filet mignon and lamb chops -- and zesty feta cheese dip with pita, grilled octopus, and seaweed salad with seared, peppercorn-crusted tuna. Experience has taught me that sauteed Cajun-spiced shrimp, cream of spinach and crab soup, and those crisp chorizo fritters start dinner off on a nice note, and that pecan pie and a butterscotch sundae make for good, old-fashioned finishes. (The ice cream, which comes with pecan-caramel cookies and house-made sauce, is a mere $2.75.) Never mind the knob of herb butter and the careful cooking: The rib-eye steak has zero flavor. Lamb chops are sweet enough to qualify as the last course. But the kitchen does right by spuds, be they mashed or fried. more

Wine Cellar Now Open! 2/20/2008

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I was just at Mrs. K’s this past Sunday for their Brunch which is not to be missed! An amazing selection... more

Wine Cellar Now Open! 2/20/2008

CAC Provided by Partner
I was just at Mrs. K’s this past Sunday for their Brunch which is not to be missed! An amazing selection of delicacies that make you go back for mo... more

FORGET IT! 3/10/2006

My family of four and I decided to try the Sunday brunch at Mrs. K's. My sister, in her 60's, was on crutches due to a broken foot. We requested a table near the buffet but the staff refused to accommodate us. They, instead, marched us up steps, through other rooms and into the small back room... the farthest from the buffet and very cold. My mother, in her late 80s and dad in his 90s had a hard time navigating to the buffet, let alone my sister on crutches. On one of the visits to the buffet, I noticed the hostess seating a party that didnt even have a reservation, at a table close to the buffet. Ill never forget this scenario and will never, ever go back. By the way, the food and the selection were nothing to write home about either. more

Not Just For Cookies Anymore 7/25/2002

Outlined in tiny, winking lights and surrounded by lush foliage, this restaurant does not seem to belong on a busy streetcorner. Once you pass inside the garden gate, however, you enter a little nest of Old World charm all its own. From the wonderful (if rather pricy) food to the antique glass displays, Mrs. K's is a sheer delight. Pros: decor, roomy, good food Cons: parking, not cheap more
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  • Hours:

    Tue-Thu 11:30 am-2:30 pm, 5-9 pm; Fri-Sat 11:30 am-2:30 pm, 4:30-9:30 pm; Sun 10:30 am-3 pm, 5 pm-8 pm
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  • Neighborhoods:

    Silver Spring
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