We had only a short wait until we were seated at the counter at the grill. Best place to sit to watch cooking artistry at work. From the kitchen monkey on one end running clean dishes and supplies to the grill master, to the finisher and runner it was one mad organized gang turning out plate after plate of great looking and great tasting food. I did have one personal issue with the hash-browns I saw coming out, and remember it is my preference, the hash-browns were toasted brown, dark crunchy brown. It was a very large order of potatoes compared to other establishments, but I like mine lightly brown. Yvonne had the spinach omelet which is cooked in the traditional style, like an egg crape instead of a fluffed up omelet. I had the chicken fried chicken with grits and toast. This was a breast beaten by the kitchen monkey to about out 1/2 inch thick and had a light corn meal coating. It was the best filet I've had in a while. The grits were proper southern style, thick enough to hold a fork upright, lightly salted, great. (I usually don't gush much about restaurant grits, I mean, come on, their only grits.) If management reads this review, you don't need the rock and roll music. There is enough noise with the cooks banging their spatulas and plates rattling. Word about parking, pay the fee. More than one regular said the City of Tybee Island does ticket even on weekends. Will we return? Hell, yes. Anytime we are in the area.
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