May 1 2016. Not open and no indication about reopen. No visible renovation work going on. Inside looks like it has been in a zombie series.
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I recently tried to try Anderson's. AS a few years prior before it was anderson's I had tried it with a friend who ended up having an insect in his food. The restaurant is currently closed for renovations and a re-opening date has not been...More
Anderson's Country Cooking has improved. As recently as three years ago, the food on the buffet would stay there seemingly until the pan was empty, the floors looked dirty, and there were signs all over the place telling you what you COULDN'T do. (You cannot...More
Don't pass this place by there is more to this book than the cover! The fried chicken at this place is well worth the stop. The fish served that day was also a big winner. Mac-n-cheese was homemade and very cheesy, several veggies were served...More
This place is in our orbit so we have been many times. Firstly, the staff couldn't be any sweeter and inviting. Very little turnover and you get a homey welcome feeling from their down to earth, authentic ways. Dining room is pretty rustic but clean....More
…if zombies could eat! (Nod to ongoing "The Walking Dead" production in the area.) What a hidden gem! This was some of the most well-prepared food I've ever had the pleasure of eating! Great southern food that was not overly seasoned; what a pleasure. If...More
Anderson's is definitely one of my favorite home cooking places to eat. Yes it's pricey than some of the home cooking places in Newnan and Fayetteville, but the food makes up for it. Fried chicken is delicious as well as the ham they have on...More