Pea Soup Andersen's

Soup, Bakery, Diner
$ $
376 Avenue of the Flags (at E Hwy 246)
Buellton, CA 93427
(805) 688-5581
Monday
7:00am - 10:00pm
Tuesday
7:00am - 10:00pm
Wednesday
7:00am - 10:00pm
Thursday
7:00am - 10:00pm
Friday
7:00am - 10:00pm
Saturday
7:00am - 10:00pm
Sunday
7:00am - 10:00pm

Tips

  • Make sure you order the pea soup that ends with an "a" and not with an "e."
  • Order pea soup in a bread bowl! In the dessert case, try the waffle.
  • The peasoup is vegetarian & delicious. go for the traveller's special
  • The "Traveler's Special" is the way to go! All you can eat split pea soup!
  • The Inn features clean, quiet rooms with a pool and complimentary breakfast.
  • Get the split pea soup in a bread bowl or you're a fool
  • Make sure you get the pea soup. It's green. The impostor pee soup is yellow. Speak Danish. Wear a funny hat. Don't touch me there.
  • Monte Cristo is amazing!!
  • Yummy chicken pot pie!
  • Can't go wrong with their famous split pea soup! For a twist, get it in their bread bowl and you get added toppings thrown in.
  • Never have I had such disgusting food in my life. Being Danish myself, I am embarrassed to be associated with the slimy, smelly, greasy food they serve. To top it off, it's expensive. DO NOT EAT HERE!
  • Childhood memories coming here. Best pea soup still.
  • The pea soup capitol of the world. All you can eat pea soup for a reasonable price.
  • Always yummy! Order with the toppings !
  • tried famous pea soup in a bread bowl, very rich, nice with topping. Danish sausage in tomato sauce was just not my taste. Their bread are good. Nice old fashioned restaurant.
  • The best deal is ordering an entree and then adding the Hap-pea special for a bowl of pea-soup and a thick milkshake.
  • Breakfast is awesome here. Snag an omelette with their home fries. You won't be sorry and you may want to share it, they are HUGE!
  • Buellton is named for R.T. Buell who owned the Rancho San Carlos de Jonata Mexican land grant.
  • est. 1924 as "Andersen's Electric Cafe" by Anton Andersen. in 1947, restaurant-name changed to "Pea Soup Andersen's". Disney artist Milt Neil was hired to draw the cartoon-chefs "Hap-pea" & "Pea-Wee"
  • Traveler's special - pumpernickel bread is interesting

Nearby places

610 E Highway 246
90 E Highway 246