Reasonably priced meals that are just as good to look at as they are to eat. Fresh, farm to table menu with most everything made in-house, including all salad dressings.
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First time visit to this fun restaurant (also offering great, local music)....I will difinitely return when in Saluda. I chose the Lamb Butger, cooked medium rare.....and it was! My friend had the Homemade Meatloaf with Mashed Potatoes and Veggies. Both dinners were very, very good....More
The Saluda Grade Café is locally owned by a wonderful lady. She has a great chef that can come up with the most amazing quesadillas using fresh vegetables in the summer that on first impression, you wouldn't think to put in a quesadilla. I haven't...More
The Saluda Grade Café was an excellent lunch time experience for a couple of old friends getting together for the afternoon. The dining room was quiet at 11:00 a.m. since it was just opening, but that was perfect for our conversation. It is tastefully decorated...More
For a small town, even in a touristy locale, Saluda Grade was amazing. With all locally sourced ingredients (except the frozen shrimp, said the owner), everything was fabulous. So much so that, though we were in the area for only a few days, we ate...More
First visit - won't be our last. Had a delightful lunch. Ordered the artichoke cheese spread with homemade flatbread, small squirrel salad and the Asian crab sandwich. Generous portions and everything prepared to perfection.
On a whim we decided to try Saluda Grade Cafe. What a wonderful surprise! We got the Fried Gree Tomatoes with house made pimento cheese and the Sautéed Crab Cakes. Both were fantastic. Our entrees were equally good and we tried the Carolina Pie for...More
We arrived early and sat at the bar which we prefer. Friendly staff full of local knowledge. The fried green tomato appetizer was excellent layered with a house smoked bacon worth the trip. But our entrees of house smoked pork and a Gorgonzola pasta were...More