I would say Abbay's has loyal customers, since the man in front of me & the one behind me greeted the Manager by name, & vice versa. I intentionally arrived @ 2pm so as not to judge during lunch rush. But the 1st bite of...More
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Abbay's use to have a location in Jackson, TN but for some reason they closed. I was very happy to find one in Memphis. They have good ole southern cooking. I make a point of going to Abbay's any time I am in Memphis
this place does have country food but its not my choice for seasoned food. I much prefer Piccadilly, which has a wide variety of foods and you can actually see what you're purchasing before you purchase.
Not as many choices as a cafeteria style restaurant, but there are enough options. I eat there at least 2 -3 times per month.
We have eaten at Abbays before and intentionally planned our trip to stop here for a meal. As it turns out we ate two meals there on this trip. This is a place where you walk up and order off a menu board and they...More
Memphis is known for having good food in every corner so this place didn't get the memo. I made the mistake of ordering catfish in a bbq place for one. I didn't think it would matter though because I'm In the same town that greats...More
Abbay's is more than just a fast food place with basic southern country food being on the menu. If you enjoy country cooking and don't have the time for Cracker Barrel, this is a good alternative.
I love Abbay's. It is simple to order and the choices are wide. I also like the fact I can order a 3 vegetable plate for about $5! 99% of the time, the food is hot, fresh and flavored exactly how like it. I have...More
This is set up cafeteria style (essentially) where most dishes are mass made vs. made to order... Much like a Cracker Barrel. Nonetheless, the service, cleanliness and food quality trump all cons of the fast food style set up. One of my favorite cheap eats...More