Stopped in for lunch on a trip across Indiana. The restaurant looks dated, but seems to have a reputation among locals. I had the broasted chicken, which was described to me as being fried in some sort of pressure cooker. It was OK, but could have used more seasoning. The side of mashed potatoes was disappointing, as instant potatoes rather than fresh were used. The creamy coleslaw was good. I like to try out regional restaurants, rather than chains when I want a moderately-priced meal. Most are just OK, and Jim Dandy fits that category. I have nothing bad to say about Jim Dandy's, but would not go out of my way to eat here again.
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