The menu was typical southern cuisine with a few twists here and there. I had the grilled asparagus sandwhich with "jelly roll" fries and both were absolutely wonderful. They have a buffet that I did not try since everything on it was something I could have cooked at home (fried chicken, country steak, corn on the cob, mac/cheese, etc.) We only had to wait for lunch for about 20 minutes but was told in the summer, it's impossible to get in. If you like Paula Deen, it's worth the wait just to say you have eaten there.