King of Prussia Lunch & Dinner Menu

Founding Farmers King of Prussia Lunch & Dinner Menu

We are delighted to welcome our King of Prussia neighbors and friends from all over the area, across Montgomery County and into Philadelphia, to our modern Pennsylvania farmhouse.

Here, you can get any meal just the way you like it. Our Lunch & Dinner menu offers carefully-sourced food and produce, much of it locally grown, house-made into a wide range of dishes for all of our guests.  

Whether you are stopping by for a leisurely meal or need a quick refuel, we have something for everyone.

Start your meal off with a wide variety of soup, salads, starters, table & farm breads, and pierogies. Check out our made-to-order sandwiches or our famous burgers, likely the best burgers in town, ground in-house daily using local and regional all-natural beef served on a brioche bun that is mixed, shaped, and baked in our bakery. Substitute any burger with the delicious IMPOSSIBLE Burger, made entirely from plants for people who love meat. 

Love hearty and healthy meals? We offer Roasted & Pot Foods like Roasted Turkey & Gravy and hearty meats in our Steak House menu section, we also have Premium Seafood selections. Craving chicken? We’ve got delicious options. In the mood for handmade pasta? We make our pasta every day from scratch in our own kitchen. We guarantee you will love our Seven Cheese Macaroni, Spicy Shrimp Fettuccine, and everything else on our pasta menu.

Founding Farmers King of Prussia is open for lunch and dinner Monday-Wednesday 11am – 10pm, Thursday 11am – 11pm, Friday 11am – 12am, Saturday 2pm – 12am, and Sunday 2pm – 10pm.

You can also check out our new Founding Farmers First Bake Cafe & Creamery downstairs and get tasty pizza, house-churned ice cream, or delicious dessert from our cafe & creamery menu to go, or enjoy at our counter or one of our cafe tables. If you love our Founding Farmers restaurant, you will also love our cafe.

The options are truly endless. Join us and see all that we have cooking for you.

Through the Eyes of the Founding Farmer.