My husband and I stopped in on a Saturday afternoon. We had fried green tomatoes, blacken catfish with crawfish ettoufee over rice and fries oysters. The presentation and taste of the fried tomatoes was simple but elegant. The blacken catfish spicy flavor was just right. Instead of a heavy breading the oysters batter was cornmeal being able to taste more of the flavor. The french fries were hot with a slight dusting of batter and seasoning covering each fry. Even though we were stuff dessert was calling us. The fried pecan pie melted in your mouth, the pecans were minced with a flakey lite crust. Vanilla ice cream and chocolate and caramel syrup was drizzled over. Bread pudding had a meringue top which was light but heavy. You could taste the bourbon. Service was excellent The food was freshly prepared and we look forward to stopping in at The Landing next time we go to Natchez.
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