Cheap and tasty. The food was hot and fresh. Definitely not a chain type restaurant. The service was good and would be happy to go back agin.
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Thanks for a real true breakfast in a unique southern cafe, with excellent grits and coffee. Looking forward to my next trip to the Delta with a visit at Jim's Cafe!
Walking in to Jim's is like walking into a time capsule. An array of vintage photographs hang on the walls from day's past. Food is excellent (go for a burger and shake). The service is the friendliest around. You never know who you might run...More
On our way out of Greenville, saw the cafe and did a u-turn. Best u-turn to be sure. The breakfast Omelet and pancakes were very good. The walls are covered with a pictorial history and the hospitality offered by Katherine and Amanda was excellent!
My wife and ate here one lunch.We were late in the day and they were out of a few things namely the grits. The homemade hot/sweet sauce was very good and if I werent flying I would have bought a bottle. There are great photos...More
Nice small town old dinner. Lots of old pictures and decorations on the wall. Go in an talk to Jim and enjoy the atmosphere. Food ok to, not many other real breakfast choices in Greenville. Outside of Jim and the servers we were the only...More
Interestin down home place. Remember, everything is on Delta time, so be patient. Friendly service. Food was plentiful and inexpensive. Plate lunches. Quality was average and very southern fare. But, don't get the shrimp gumbo...you will be disappointed. While waiting for your meall, get up...More