Although small in numbers, the Amish and Mennonite communities both have strong ties to Oklahoma, interwoven like a patchwork quilt in the state’s history. Come along on a journey through these communities and discover fun events, delicious food, unique shops and great restaurants along the way.Learn More
Fannie's Country Cookin'
Fannie's Country Cookin' in Chouteau serves homemade dishes made with farm fresh ingredients following traditional Amish recipes. At this family style eatery, guests order their favorite main dish and generous helpings of homemade sides are brought to the table to accompany the meat of choice. Select from turkey, ham, roast beef or oven-fried chicken and enjoy the assortment of homemade sides with it.
Coleslaw, green beans, mashed potatoes, stuffing and yeast rolls with apple butter are just a few of the fresh side dishes served at Fannie's Country Cookin'. For dessert, indulge in a hot cup of coffee and a slice of homemade pie. Flavors include orange, peanut butter, lemon meringue, coconut cream, butterscotch, cherry and more. The restaurant offers much more than just food. While you're there, enjoy a traditional Amish carriage ride or shop the homemade noodles and butters made by the locals.