Had the fried catfish with hushpuppys that melt in your mouth. They have fried pies that are some of the best around.
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I found this place on TripAdvisor and decided to go. It's about 15 minutes from the casino's in Tunica Mississippi. $11.00 for the buffet or you can order off the menu. The buffet is small but there are plenty of southern style vegetables that are...More
I ate the buffet and it was outstanding. Great service. This place was a service station in the thirties and was converted to a restaurant. This restaurant is known all over the area. I have also had breakfast here and it was also great. I...More
A unique blast from the past uniquely prepared homemade food I opt for chicken livers okra and green beans my wife had country fried steak baked potato and turnip greens we started the meal with fried green tomatoes love them ended the meal with chocolate...More
I've read about this restaurant. Decided to check it out while in Tunica ! We were there on a Monday for early dinner. Only 3 other couples there. Waitress was very friendly & attentive. We had fried pickles for appetizer. Which was delicious! Husband had...More
While enjoying our 10th Anniversary in Tunica, my wife and I wanted to try breakfast location we've never tried in the area. Clean, service was ok, short staffed and food was good.
Very disappointed in the food here. We really enjoy down home cooking but this food was not prepared well. I had liver and onions and the liver was overcooked and dry. The French fries tasted like they has been fried in old cooking oil. The...More
Eat here! You won't have any post decisional regret, like you might if you choose one of the casino buffets. The food is always great and the service is even better. I had the hamburger and onions rings this time around (we've been here before),...More
Had a wonderful meal last night at Blue & White Restaurant in Tunica, Mississippi. The side salad was average fare, but everything else was outstanding! I had the fried catfish, with fried green tomatoes and hush puppies; hubby had pot roast dinner with mashed potatoes...More