As many others before us, we stopped here after visiting nearby Mammoth Cave. Great place to go for BBQ and fried catfish. The restaurant is small and quiet (some music would help), but the place is spotless. The owners seem to know pretty well how to keep their customers happy. There weren't too many other customers when we were there, but it was an off hour. We did see several other tourists come through as well as a few locals. I had the fried catfish which was great. Light, flaky batter, not at all greasy. My husband had a pulled pork sandwich which was flavorful with a great, smoky taste, not too much sauce. If you're passing through, definitely stop here for a meal. Much more interesting than typical chain restaurants.
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