Don’t cut the line. There seems to always be one, and it starts around the corner so don’t skip.
Fortunately the wait is short, as I experienced and was told by others.
The service is representative of our Southern heritage as our server/waitress was friendly and offered suggestions, but did not hustle like I experienced at only one restaurant on this visit. She wasn’t slow, just unhurried, so the drinks may have remained unfilled for a few minutes, and the order wasn’t taken for a few minutes, etc. Since I was on an untimed lunch break with several lovely people, the delays were part of the charm, but I can imagine visitors from other regions taking this the wrong way.
The food was delicious and portions generous. I had the fried catfish and took a sample of the fired chicken. Both were very good. For once I even had dessert, and it and the “good coffee” were both very tasty. If you are visiting for more than a few days, you should eat there for lunch and dinner at least once apiece. There are many other restaurants that are very good in this city, and many in this walking vicinity, but I think this restaurant embodies the city, culture, and serves a great experience as well as flavorful meal.
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