Enjoyed a FABULOUS Sunday brunch after a great tour of Stanton Hall. After reading reviews, was very excited to taste the chef's offerings. Right before the restaurant opened, the delightful Chef Bingo even found a few minutes to throw a football on the front lawn with his two young boys. I found that VERY endearing! Once we were seated, you could tell that this chef had complete control/organization over everything in the restaurant. The buffet items were abundant, fresh and VERY delicious. Some of the things I overate on included the phenomenal fried chicken (yes, it really is that good!), smoked brisket, smoked gouda cheese grits, butterpea and sweet corn bisque, fresh fried catfish, smoked salmon croquettes, and dirty rice. OH - and I completely lost count as to how many tea biscuits and jelly I consumed. There was a lot more on the menu, but I couldn't eat it all! For dessert, we were served delicious Crème brulee, which was included in the price of the buffet. All of this for $16/person. The menu changes weekly, so I encourage you to visit their website for the brunch menu details.
The wait staff was also superb! Our waitress was very attentive, friendly and personable, as well as the table assistants. Our tea glasses were never empty, and our dishes were cleared quickly.
My advice for those eating Sunday brunch - arrive at 11:00 to eat. Restaurant filled very quickly when churches were let out.
Cannot wait until my next trip to Natchez and my next time to dine here!
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