Country-style home cooking has earned a loyal fan base for the four locations of the Old Farm House Restaurant.
Owners Greg and Cheryl Cordova, who opened their original restaurant in White City in 2006, credit their success to a focus on large portions of high-quality, home-style food.
"It's just been an exciting ride, and we never really guessed it would take off like it has," says Greg Cordova.
The most popular item is biscuits and gravy — the restaurants combined sell nine gallons of gravy per day. Southern-style sweet tea and pulled-pork barbecue, which is offered Monday through Thursday, also are favorites.
In addition to its original White City location at 6781 Highway 62, the Old Farm House has restaurants at 603 S. Riverside Ave., Medford, 1765 N. Riverside Ave., Medford, and 723 Main St., Phoenix.
All locations serve breakfast and lunch daily.
Other favorites: Rooster's and Black Bear Diner, both of Medford.