This restaurant offers fresh home cooked southern vegetables! It is always delicious, and you won't leave hungry!
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This restaurant is in a converted church. About 25 tables of varying size fill the room. The pews, altar, and choir bench are all gone. The menu is hand written and the choices are eclectic. Our food was so good and plentiful, it was hard...More
I enjoy going to Taste of Lemon every chance I get. I think the food is delicious. The service is quick, efficient, and polite. Plus, the atmosphere cannot be beat---- a renovated church with down home Southern cooking. Everything is fantastic, but my favorite dish...More
This restaurant is located in a old church. Serves lunch only. The food is awesome with great service. Great family type meal.
Although I grew up in the South, I'd never tasted this wonderful dish; what a fantastic introduction to a "new" casserole. I had it, plus a plate full of veggies, and all were yummy. My husband loved his Chicken and Dumplings. The setting, in an...More
What a wonderful surprise we found in this converted church! Southern style cooking just like Sunday lunch at Grandma's house. Our party had a variety of selections to include chicken and dressing, fried okra, rutabagas, pineapple casserole, and turnips to name a few. Because it...More
The Taste of Lemon is a historic place in La Grange, GA to have great southern cooking. They always have a variety of vegetables & several meats to chose from. It's an open floor setting, tables & chairs, the service is always good, delicious desserts....More
Service was slow. With the exception of Mac and Cheese everything else ranged from bad (Salmon Croquettes - previously frozen, no salmon taste at all and about the size and consistency of golf balls), corn and green beans marginal, creamed potatoes pretty good. Really can't...More
Took a little trip (approximately 40 miles) with a friend when they suggested lunch at "A Taste of Lemon." It was worth the trip. I had the vegetable plate and tried some classic southern vegetables that I hadn't eaten in all my years living in...More