The Camphill Cafe will be closed from Saturday, July 9 to Saturday, July 23. We apologize for the inconvenience. Thank you to all who visit the Cafe – we are grateful for our customers!
Come to the Camphill Café, our oasis at the top of the hill, for a warm welcome and a delicious lunch, featuring soups, sandwiches, entrees (usually vegetarian, occasionally vegan) and delicious desserts.
All the food is homemade using organic and biodynamic ingredients. We support local businesses and growers such as Sweet Water Baking Company and Sankanac CSA. Our recent renovations include sustainable building practices and geothermal heating and cooling.
The café is run by an able crew of Kimberton Hills residents and managed by Hilla Haut, who has many years of experience in creative whole foods cooking.
We welcome groups and encourage you to call ahead for parties of five or more. Catering services are also available. Also consider joining us for “Pay As You Wish” Thursdays and Saturdays. Patrons are encouraged to come and share a meal at the Café, and pay for the meal with any amount they want.
“The Café is very unique compared to other restaurants and features collaborative work by village residents and volunteers,” says Hilla Haut, café manager. “We are surrounded by the beauty of the land around us and our eco-friendly designed building. By offering one day a week that visitors can come for a delicious, nutritious lunch where customers pay as they can, we are taking another step forward to welcome the larger community.
You can reach Hilla at the cafe at 610-935-3599. In case of inclement weather, please call in advance to make sure the Café is open.
Camphill Village Kimberton Hills is located on Pughtown Road in Kimberton, Pennsylvania, about 50 minutes outside of Philadelphia. To reach the Café, turn in the main Kimberton Hills entrance and proceed up the driveway, past the large stone house on the left, following the drive past the solar-paneled garage to the next low building on the left. Parking is available adjacent to the Café, which is handicapped accessible.