Very bland, no variety same old stuff. The waitstaff is friendly sometimes. The restaurant has a very worn out feeling. Needs updating and cleaning badly.
Delicious breakfast and pricing very reasonable. Servers friendly, also. Saturday morning wait for a table was brief.
The buildings a little old and deffinitely not modern. Its home town feel is evident in the service and menu. i have eaten there on several occasion. i have mixed opinions. most of the waitstaff is great but not all. the owners are polite but i never have had the feeling u get in local resturants. The food is ok... More
This is the kind of place that stays open because it is in a small town and has a captive audience. The food here is barely edible. The service, when you can find someone to help you, is not good. They can never seem to keep the orders straight or get them right at all.
After a long day of walking though fields lined with antique booths my wife and I stopped at Susannah's for dinner. We were sore and pretty worn out. If you are ever that way, I would suggest that you have a meal there. It will rejuvenate you and provide many sensory stimulations. We had the Country Fried Chicken which was... More
After being screwed over by the Holiday Inn Express for breakfast, we came here. Good down home country breakfast. Whnt you might want - good eggs and hash browns and bacon and the lightest toast imaginable. Good value in a small town.
While growing up in North Georgia and currently living in South Georgia I have had some excellent southern cooking. In a nutshell, this place was awesome. Breakfast was perfectly filling for a day of turkey hunting.
I've only eaten here twice, and both times I have been very impressed with the service, which is outstanding for a restaurant that is continually this crowded. The last trip I was in a group of 15 for Sunday lunch. We understandably had a short wait to get seated, and I figured it would take a while to get food.... More
The breakfast that I ordered came out very quickly and was very good. Tasted like home cooked breakfast. Friendly people and waitress. She actually had a little small talk with me. I'll go back again if I go through that town again.
This is the restaurant where the locals eat. Nearly everything on the menu is fried, and a meat-eaters dream. Beware of the 5-veggie plate: all the veggies are canned, fried and/or cooked to mush with bacon fat, butter, sugar, or other things thrown in. The veggie melt is made with processed cheese, and barely toasted. A real disappointment. Pros: The... More
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