This quaint little restaurant is located in a house built in 1880. We both ordered the fried chicken, dark meat. I got sides of purple hull peas, green beans and rice with gravy. Wife got sides of peas, green beans and candied yams. The chicken was some of the best we've ever had. Sides are served in ramakins and you season them to your taste, which is a good thing in my opinion. Each meal includes bread and a small dessert. Wife got the peach cobbler. I wanted carrot cake, which is not free because it is a large dessert. Cobbler was so-so. Carrot cake was awesome. Service was very good.
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