What can I say about the Sundae Cafe? First things first: Do not allow it's outside appearance fool you. We arrived at 2p for lunch and...it was packed to the gill. Yes, this was the first good sign. We were served by the most hysterical southern waitress, who showed me how to order a half-sweet tea in Georgia. :) She recommended the Grouper sandwich. It was *incredible* with ripe tomatoes and served on a delicious roll. It included a remaloude sauce that was...amazing. Finally, I ordered sweet potato fries with my sandwich. I expected the "norm" but these fries were *not* the norm. They were fresh (not "once frozen") and battered and deep fried and delicious. Yes. A wondrous place, indeed.
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