Great service from entry to exit. The waiter was excellent and very personable. The citrus chicken was excellent. The chucken pot pie was very doughy and spicey.
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Thinking about going here for the 1st time or returning after some time away? What once was our go-to place is, sadly, no longer on our list. Their new menu is loaded with deep fried foods and not much else, their steaks which once were...More
We travel from WI to SC once a year - and we always always look forward to a stop at FATZ. Their highway billboards list the exits of their locations which is most helpful and we've now been to 4 of their locations. This one,...More
We’ll probably dine less often at Fatz now that the Tuesday night senior specials have been eliminated, but the food and service are still very good and the revamped menu suits us just fine. During our recent visit I ordered the calabash chicken and my...More
This was my first time at this Fatz in this location. We were seated right away. I had a glass of Kendall-Jackson chardonnay, and it was quite good. We snacked on little breads with honey butter. My friend said the breads are usually softer, so...More
Based on the reviews on trip advisor we ordered take away from FATZ (three ouf us) and the meals were definitely not up to a good standard. I telephoned and spoke to the Manager (Tim) - who dealt with the complaint in a pleasant and...More
My husband and I have been huge fans of Fatz in Irmo for years. Love the basic menu and the specials. Always good food and the service is excellent. If you havent been yall should go. You wont regret it.
Stopped in after the local USC football game ended (they lost) and my wife got just a basic burger and mac and cheese; I got the Calabash chicken that they are famous for. Too much food so took half home. Ordered a peach cobbler to...More
there were 4 of us that decided to go there during the hurricane. The waitress, Jessica was a lot of fun and made the evening great. We all had delicious meals, chopped sirloin as big as a bread plate with peppers and onions, fried fish...More