Our group of 5 had Omelets, eggs, bacon, chicken fried steak - the cook even made an off menu egg white omelet for my mother. The food was great, and the waitress Netty was the bomb! We came around 11:30 and left at 1, two...More
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Sunday morning before leaving, we stopped at Sweet Peas to have breakfast. An arrangement of bacon, sausage, eggs, potatoes, Gravy, biscuits, etc. was a delicious way to start the day so that we were fueled for the long drive home. Great stafff!!!
Their meat dishes are very good and reasonably priced. The smoked hamburger was one of the best I have ever had and the cole slaw was quite tasty.
Called ahead before driving down for Saturday breakfast as we had a large group. Arrived with 12 people11:02 am, were told they stop serving breakfast at 11 am. There was only 1 couple in the whole place eating breakfast. The place is only open a...More
We knew about Sweet Peas from a previous visit so we had timed our visit to make sure we were there for lunch. It didn't disappoint! The beef brisket sandwich was amazing!
I really enjoyed Sweet Peas but had to be careful as they are not always open. Went for breakfast and everything was great. Good service, coffee and fresh fruit came with breakfast. Will return but will have to be sure when they are open.
We ate lunch here on a Sunday. They are only open for breakfast and lunch. Although the outside isn't at all fancy, the inside is fine - with tablecloths on the tables and booths. I had a cheeseburger, and my husband had quiche. Both were...More
Pea soup needs flavoring and, most importantly, don't order dessert. They were out of rum raisin sauce for the bread pudding, but didn't mention that and served it sans sauce with no comment. We asked and then they told us. They put cinnamon bun in...More