Hunter’s Bakery & Café was a bit of a disappointment. Their French onion soup is fantastic but the black bean wrap was bland and very disappointing. Great location in downtown Sweetwater. Next time I’ll try something else.
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most times, decent lunches and dinner, pleasant atmosphere. not a creative menu, good pastries that run out quickly. long wait times at lunch, understaffed and hurried. I ordered a salad with grilled chicken breast. after waiting nearly 45 minutes for the food to arrive, the...More
We first visited Hunter's in 2015 and decided to get off the Interstate for lunch here again as we traveled to Gatlinburg. Sweetwater is a lovely little town with nice antique and gift shops. When you enter Hunter's, it is hard to get by the...More
Horrible service, overpriced, small portions. Do not waste your time or money here. I have never felt so burnt, this place is horrible.
Great place for a business lunch, check out the fresh made desserts (turnovers are my favorite), but you really can't go wrong with any of them
I had lunch with at friend at Hunter's Bakery & Cafe. We ordered a turkey wrap and a 1/2 garden salad - 1/2 Ruben sandwich combo. The wrap was average but small however the garden salad and Ruben was very substandard. The garden salad was...More
I used to enjoy going in this local restaurant. The people who own and run it are friendly. But yesterday I went with two friends for lunch at 11:30. One friend ordered the "famous" chicken salad that was advertised as having grapes and pecans. The...More
We were headed home to Gainesville, GA from Kentucky and we dropped by this cute little town of Sweetwater, TN. So glad we did - this place is like stepping back in time. Very good food and our service was first class.