We were on vacation here with a party of 20 and the service was absolutely amazing! There was no wait on food or drinks, courteous wait staff, and great atmosphere. Highly recommend this establishment!!! Five stars only cause there were no more to give.

Mr. Edward Flook

I ended up here as a plan b…and then an accident on top of that. I was in my way to Yama in Beaver…when I realized that they are not open until 2:30 on Sunday. Then, was headed to Wooden Angel. ..but oooops. Wasn’t paying attention to where I was going and ended up here instead. It was a bit loud… and the decor was interesting. ..but the service was quite pleasant. Actually was 5 star service. Always a fresh drink. Plates were promptly removed.

I ordered stuffed shrimp, mash, & a salad with honey mustard. The salad was iceberg (getting used to it again) but was fresh and crisp. The dressing was good. I sampled my dad’s french onion soup. It had a lovely flavor. I wish I had ordered that!! My baked, stuffed shrimp was quite tasty. I felt guilty from the butter …but the flavor was good. The mash…um…pretty sure that the mash was from a box. Didn’t like that. I also ordered some caramel apple nut pie to bring home. I really enjoyed this! In fact, next time I might order a bowl of soup and piece of pie! Soooo goood.

Overall. ..not too shabby.

A. Lynn B.
Las Vegas, 11/17/2013

Darren and I came here today. I love the Baked Fish and usually get it everytime I go. Today I had it baked in the butter and lemon sauce, and it was silky, tender, and amazing. Darren helped me finish it, and I laughed as he moaned over how good it was. Their “specialty” may be the “Bar B Q” sandwiches (the meat’s cooked in its own juices), but in my opinion, the baked fish is the thing to get. The onion petals are also excellent (as is the horseradish/mayo dipping sauce) and have a batter that doesn’t come off. Darren and I split a Pecan Ball sundae, and we both loved it to death.

Bert’s Wooden Indian is one of my favorite restaurants in Beaver.

Kay E.
Pittsburgh, PA 11/26/2011