We stopped here last year when we were traveling the Natchez Trace. Saying this place is different is an understatement. It's an old house with most rooms filled with tables. Just inside the front door is the buffet. At first glance it seems that the place would not pass inspection - it looks pretty rough. On further investigation the roughness seems to be part of the ambience and it works. It's not just interesting, it's fun and clean - including the bathroom.
So how about the food? If you like down home Southern cooking you will love it and you can have all you want so you will probably overeat - be warned. There is enough variety that anyone should be able to find plenty to fill their plate. The price includes desert and it too is southern goodness - cobbler and bread pudding are two choices that were available both times we were there. The menu changes continually so who knows what treats await you when you visit.
This one is hard to 'dial in'. In some ways it is like dropping by Aunt Ethel's house except Two Sisters is down town capitol city rather than between the barn and pasture. And Aunt Ethel would have spared the Spackle and applied the paint. But Aunt Ethel's place was like so many other country places. Two Sister's is unique in a way that you will probably get a kick out off. We like it enough that we plan to stop again when we are in the Jackson area.
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