I am in a wheelchair so it is a little challenging to eat there. I was greeted by a very nice gentleman that took us straight to a table in the back.
The fried chicken was probably some of the best I have ever tasted, and my daughter had the philly cheeses sandwich, and since she is watching her carbs she got it with no bread and they gave her a huge portion...we also had fried okra and it was wonderful!
My big complaint is definitely not about the food or service, it's you can't get a wheelchair in the bathroom...
Also be prepared to wait if you go at normal eating times because it was packed and a long wait when we left
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