Very good Southern Cooking. Surprised to stop the first time and try a Chain like this. It was really good Southern Cooking that was tasty and not greasy. We will be back again when driving through the region.
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We went for shrimp and grits and fried green tomatoes. The tomatoes were fabulous, served on some of their cheesey grits. Then came the shrimp and grits with andoue sausage, the grits were creamy and delicious, and the shrimp was cooked just right, but it...More
Venue chosen by our friend, served by a delightful and very attentive young lady. My wife and I had chicken pie and it was delicious. The apples as a side were cooked just right, cooked yet the apples were firm and had a little "crunch"!...More
The service was okay, the food was mediocre, but one platter could feed your family if you just are after quantity. I ordered the popcorn shrimp and chicken fingers. It said it came with five chicken fingers so I was expecting small ones. Nope, they...More
When traveling through the Southeast we always look for a Fatz nearby. I'm never disappointed. Had the Shrimp & Grits in Anderson/Northlake. Oooouie! Generous portion, spicy and delicious. Highly recommended if you like a little heat!
The food was wonderful and the portions generous. My wife had the shrimp and grits and I had the flounder plate. We had the peach cobbler for dessert. All dishes were cooked perfectly and we had plenty leftover for lunch the next day. Great meal...More
First timers, we found this place off a billboard, and google searched the menu. Friendly staff sat us immediately, and brought us drinks and complimentary sweet muffin looking things. Very yummie. We asked what calabash chiggen was, we were brought 2 fresh tenders for us...More
Stopped to have lunch, no one assisted us. Left and had our meal somewhere else. Not impressed with service, menu or cleanliness of the restaurant. Wouldn't try again.