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Cafe Anchuca at Anchuca Historic Mansion
Ranked #7 of 132 Restaurants in Vicksburg
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$28 - US$60
Cuisines: American
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Good for: Romantic, Business meetings, Special Occasion Dining, Local cuisine
Dining options: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Reservations
Description: To see our current menu please visit our website. Our Café offers a casual elegant dining experience Monday - Saturday (starting at 5:30pm) and features award winning gourmet southern dishes. To start, try our Asparagus Bisque, Gumbo, Oyster Biscuit or Southern Spreads. Our Large Plates feature the Filet Mignon and other specialties include Pork & Sunday Gravy, Chicken and Dumplings, Crawfish Etouffee, Paneed Catfish, and Shrimp & Grits. Top off your dining experience with one of our homemade desserts. A full service bar is also available featuring specialty martinis, and wines by the glass. Anchuca is also open for Sunday Brunch from 11:00am.-200pm. Our Sunday Brunch is a local's favorite and a must do for tourist. Come have a "Taste of Anchuca". Reservations are encouraged, but are not necessary.
Reviewed 9 June 2014

We enjoyed a lovely dinner, it was quite late coming out so our server gave us a free dessert as an apology. Very cosy setting too.

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Reviewed 7 June 2014

I have a detailed review on the Anchuca mansion in general. Food is consistently great. Nick the waiter is fun and crazy and attentive. I love the shrimp and grits and the seabass. The desserts are great. Limited wine collection but enough to find what you need. The entire staff (Chris, Nick, Sandra, Saundra) are very accommodating and wonderful. The cheesecake is great.

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Reviewed 6 June 2014

We just returned from a short vacation in historic Vicksburg. On our first night there, we were intrigued with the idea of eating in this beautiful antebellum mansion. The atmosphere was warm and friendly, and the food delightful. We had the grilled fish with shrimp, green beans and grits. Portions were generous and it was individually prepared in the kitchen located just a few steps away in the main house. We really enjoyed it. After dinner, the hostess offered to let us take a tour of the house, The short video we saw was very informative and well done. I loved the way the home had been lovingly restored. We were there at night, so the soft lighting really made me feel like I was stepping back in time.

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Thank Sarah K
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Reviewed 28 May 2014

We had a family reunion dinner in the main house at Anchuca over memorial day weekend. The Maitresse d'hotel, Tarsha, was wonderful and anticipated our every need, as well as making mean martinis! The menu was upscale Southern fare featuring both decadent and lighter items. All meals appeared made in-house with none of the Cisco truck stuff you get so often in larger eateries. The chef very clearly has a passion for what he is doing. Our server, (I forgot his name) was on time with everything, despite there being about 40 other guests in the restaurant that night. I was particularly fond of the Bonzo cake, which I requested to be made special a couple of days before as sort of a graduation treat for a younger family member. Overall the dinner was a marvelous experience. Other reviewers that are less favorable about the quality of the food perhaps don't understand that local, historical food is what is on order here and that Mississippi is not California. Grits and bacon, as well as fine gulf seafood are all components of Southern cuisine and are what you will get ("done up right") when you visit a B&B such as this.

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Reviewed 20 May 2014

The tour starts with a video explaining the history of Anchuca. The video narrator was a lady who once lived in the house. Once the video is complete, you are free to tour the first floor of the home. We enjoyed the tour.

1  Thank Terry M
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