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Five Oaks Farm Kitchen

Five Oaks Farm Kitchen

I’ll be honest with you, I don’t care much for breakfast food. I loved eggs growing up, but I got sick after eating them as a child and ended up with an aversion to them. That aversion was further strengthened in my pregnancies where the smell of eggs would make me sick. Due to that, I don’t really like to go out for breakfast. However, I am the person begging to go have breakfast at Five Oaks Farm Kitchen every time we visit Pigeon Forge. The food is so delicious! Five Oaks Farm Kitchen is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner but we can only attest to the delicious breakfasts.

Five Oaks Breakfast

Five Oaks Breakfast

One thing to note about Five Oaks Farm Kitchen breakfasts is that the serving sizes are huge, particularly in their Harvest Morning Bounty breakfast combinations, like the one pictured above. Steve and I split the breakfast because it includes chicken fried steak in sausage gravy, two eggs (for Steve, of course), grits, field potatoes, biscuit and gravy and a giant griddle cake (pancake).

Five Oaks Cinnamon Roll

Photo from the Five Oaks website of one of their delicious, huge cinnamon rolls

One other thing we recommend trying is the giant cinnamon roll. They are huge and delicious! Buy one for the table so everybody can have some along with their meal!

For more information about Five Oaks Farm Kitchen, visit their website by clicking here.

Distance From Miles
Forgotten Forest (coming soon) 12
Eagles Ridge North (The Bigfoot Lodge & Yeti’s Retreat) 4.2
Brookstone Village (Bigfoot Crossing, Hoedown Hideaway and Southern Comfort) 5


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