Erwin’s Country Kitchen has been in business for 32 years serving the community American and European dishes.
Focused on cultivating a welcoming environment with friendly staff who are dedicated and loyal (some who have been with the restaurant the whole 32 years), our staff takes pride in knowing customers by name.
Our Austrian born chef Erwin Lauinger has a passion for cooking which propelled him into the restaurant industry. “I love to see peoples’ faces when they enjoy my work,” he says. “It’s very gratifying.”
When you come to Erwin’s Country Kitchen, you’ll receive personal attention and service which you can come to expect and enjoy.
Erwin caters to customers with special dietary needs and is known for his fabulous soups which include a unique mix of seasonings and ingredients. You won’t find these selections at any other spot – only at Erwin’s!
Our menu offers authentic home-cooked meals and daily specials. Everything from wiener schnitzel to spare ribs and pasta dishes, plus a full breakfast menu with seasonal favorites.
The idea for our homespun ‘Country Kitchen’ was born when Erwin met Joanna Gouak while working at the Austrian Village in Rockledge, PA. The two decided to combine their talents and create a family style dining experience to serve Erwin’s signature creations.
“For over three decades Erwin and I have successfully enjoyed making people feel welcome, comfortable and satisfied every time they visit,” says Joanna.
Erwin’s Country Kitchen, located at 4059 Brownsville Rd., Trevose, is open Wednesday through Sunday, 8:00am until 8:00pm; closed Monday and Tuesday.
Visit our convenient location with lots of parking. We are currently offering take-out, curbside pick-up, and indoor dining at limited capacity. Reservations are accepted and strongly encouraged for large parties. BYOB.
Call 215-953-9922 to make a reservation or speak with the staff. Find more at ErwinsCountryKitchen.com.
Don’t miss our full turkey dinner for Thanksgiving! Check out Facebook, Erwin’s Country Kitchen for daily specials.
PHOTO CAP: Some of the staff at Erwin’s celebrating a past Halloween at the restaurant.