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Had a really nice male server for lunch here with my family. My 4 year old ate his ENTIRE grilled ham and cheese with a side of fruit! I got the flounder tacos. I kept telling myself to stop eating them but i finished every...More
This was our second trip to St Simons and while we wanted to try new restaurants, we knew had to visit this one again. We were seated immediately. Both times we have gotten the breakfast buffet and it is excellent. The buffet has a wide...More
Great breakfast ! I got pancakes ,french toast with biscuits. All were very good ! they have a small buffet inside i will probably try that next time. This place is popular so it gets busy quick but they turn over tables very fast !
Have always enjoyed breakfast here until today👀 There with 4 adults and waited over 30 minutes before giving up. Not just the wait - they are always busy- but they kept seating people that were behind us- easily could have pushed two tables together -...More
Popped in for a late breakfast, but they were making the change over to lunch. Had Mama Mimosas while we waited, which were delicious. Ordered the freshest flounder tacos. Best blackened flounder fish tacos ever!
Breakfast at Sandcastle Cafe is very good and not overpriced... the JRod Special is an omelette served in a grilled sub roll - very filling! Sandcastle Cafe also gets high marks for lunch and dinner, too.
Stopped in here for lunch just before closing time of 2:30. We ordered 2 soup and sandwich plates: New England clam chowder and flounder filets (one fried, one blackened). Despite sliding in just before closing, the soup was great and the fish sandwiches were amongst...More