The new owners are doing a great job. We get take out a lot and always get great service and food. 😊
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We ordered a roast beef w/cheese sandwich and home made warm fries, The meal was very good, soft drinks and tea cost $1.99, a little much for the location, but in all every thing was good, good service and this time of day, around noon,...More
Our bus group stopped here after our visit to the potteries. Even with our menu preordered weeks ago, our food orders were messed up. Meatloaf is not meatloaf. It looked like chili without beans...just a big pile of meat and tomato sauce and tastes horrible....More
I stopped at the Westmoore Family Restaurant as it was close to some of the pottery studios I was stopping at. The restaurant is seat yourself and I'm not sure if you were to grab menus too as it took a while for anyone to...More
Stopped here for lunch with friends. It actually is quite a large place with lots of seating. The food was decent quality. Not too expensive. Service was good. The menu is not large, but it covers the usual bases. Nothing spectacular.
White fish recommended by our waitress. Fish was not good, wet an watery even though it was fried. The fish did not have any taste. Slaw unable to be eaten. Would not return here. Would not recommend.
I heard great things about this place, so maybe it was an "off" day. I ordered the flounder and shrimp, the fish was dry and the shrimp just average. The fries were also soggy, but the hushpuppies were on point. I would give them another...More
Great find i the countryside. Their home made chicken salad, fruit plate was teriffic. The chicken salad is pure Southern and home made. The Fresh coconut cake was home made and I brought some home, along with the chicken salad. Service was genuine! Price is...More
A nice restaurant along the Potters Road in Seagrove. Quite a long way from the main part of Seagrove, but on the main road. Arrived in mid afternoon on a Saturday and they had some tables filled, but no where near full. There was a...More
This was my first time to visit Westmoore Family Restaurant. I had heard from several people about their experiences and they were all positive, so when the church's ladies group made plans to have their monthly meeting there, I was intrigued. When we arrived and...More