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Wife and I have eaten there 3 times, and I think their food is getting better! We shared an order of fried catfish filets and chicken livers. Both were great! They were cooked after we ordered (hot! ), the filets were large, and my wife...More
We had dinner here tonight at this Bartlett location. The service was extraordinary. The restaurant was very clean and had a 100 health score. We all agreed that the sides were very tasty but the fried catfish that we all ordered was very greasy. The...More
Sweetpea's is a great place to get a good meal. I agree with the about the country fried steak but as long as you stay away from that you should be great with whatever you order. The chicken pot pie is about the best in...More
Love the place very down-home mom-and-pop kind of restaurant. It's one of those places you have to look for. don't worry about parking just pull around to the back you have to enter through the back door. The food was great our party had catfish...More
Went to sweet peas for the first time and we loved it. The blackened catfish and veggies were fantastic. We used to live in Bartlett and live in North Carolina but we will come again when in town. Ashley our server was fantastic
Catfish that the person I had lunch with was wonderful, the country fried steak i had was not. Decent southern cooking but stay clear of the flat grey mystery that is the country fried steak. Reminded me of what I'd get from frozen meal. Side...More
Sweet Peas is our go to restaurant for a very good evening meal. The staff is very friendly and accommodating. The good southern cooking is fantastic. Seasoned to perfection and served quickly even when the restaurant is packed.
The wait staff's T-Shirts say it all; go see and I'm sure your agree!
Located in old Bartlette by the railroad tracks near Baskin & Robins is the small dinning room of Sweetpea's. Not a Cracker Barrel in any way or form; this is as...More