I went based on word of mouth and with an open mind. I was disappointed. The chicken and gravy with dressing was average, the fried chicken leg my son was given had the look and texture of the left-overs from lunch and he wouldn't eat it after one bite, not that I would let him eat it after I tried it. When I inquired about getting chicken tenders for him, the reply was "It will take 30 minutes". 30 minutes? I don't even know where to go with that. The service was robotic. Yes, it's cafeteria style and with many young people working, which I like to see, but I felt more like the standard "cows in a que line" rather than a welcomed guest. This is small southern-town America. This is where courtesy and charm originated folks! Smiles and hearty "Thank you's" are abundant down here. Sadly, none of it was present on my visit. The dining room was generally clean but bland, the restroom tiny. I may return in a few months for a second chance because I believe in second chances, but when an establishment isn't operated with a passion, it shows. Let's hope the passion gets rekindled.
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