I love good country food and I have been going by this restaurant for some time now, so today I decided to stop by for lunch, there was a good lunch crowd at 1:30 and they have the menu posted with meat and veggies plus desserts. The waitress was quick to take my order and brought me sweet tea and cornbread which was good and sweet and the cornbread warm. I ordered mac and cheese, sweet potato souffle and country fried steak. The sweet potato souffle was luke warm and was overly sweet, the mac and cheese was so tough I sent it back, when I put my fork in it I ended up picking up the whole mass, it looked like it was left over from Sunday,I ordered it again and I could not eat it, it had a really bad chemical after taste, plus it just didn't look good, the country fried steak was actually ok, but it also had an after taste, maybe it was bad cooking oil or batter, all in in it was a pretty forgettable meal, I really wanted a good country lunch but the cook really let me down, I'm sure there are those who think this is a great place to eat, maybe breakfast, but when I sit down to a lunch, I expect my food to be served hot and good, my lunch was luke warm and not good at all, even tried the mac and cheese twice but it was terrible. This place does have a scenic view of busy Hwy 20. So my quest continues to find a good, true country restaurant in north ATL, come on man! there's got to be one somewhere, just not in Sugar Hill.