This Business closed it's doors on 2/14/2018. February 14 has always been their busiest day so they ended after Valentine's Day 2018 Closed Closed Closed Closed Closed
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I should start out by saying we have never had a bad meal here. We travel from Columbus once every 3-4 months to eat here and it’s always delicious. Today was no different, but you could tell the staff was struggling. The restaurant is closing...More
The service was excellent; however, the food quality was mixed. I had the catfish and shrimp combo and it was every good. My wife had the fried oysters and they were really bad. They were overbattered and overfried. Once she got through the batter, she...More
Haven't been here in a couple years, memory would have been better served had I not come back. Limited menu. Sort of a catfish house kind of selection. Ordered the country fried steak with white gravy. Steak was over cooked making the crust hard. Side...More
We have been eating at this place about once a month for several years. The fried catfish is still delicious. However the slaw is not as good as it once was. The pickled onions were sour and seemed to be in straight white vinegar. As...More
We ate here on the Friday before the Iron Bowl. My first clue should have been that the parking lot was rather empty on the night before a major event. We had a private room reserved for about 20 people at 6:30. We arrived at...More
Hubby and I, along with another couple, ate at the Cock of the Walk in Opelika, AL tonight. Chargrilled catfish was delicious as was the slaw, hushpuppies and cornbread. Yum! The atmosphere was really fun, too, with the old style wood country house and decorations...More
The food is wonderful! Staff is more than friendly and ready to please. Walking around outside the restaurant is quite interesting....there are peafowl and a gorgeous lake!
We enjoyed our food we ate here. I had the Crab Claws and they were fired just right. My daughter had the Catfish and she enjoyed her's. I love the slaw, cornbread and pickled onion.