Once again, i find myself in awe of a restaurant that puts the customer first, personal comfort second. It was hot and taking quite a long time for the truck ahead of me to get his order, but I pulled up, and a young woman came out and took my order from my car, so it would be ready for me when I finally reached the window. The guy ahead of me had a huge order, and that is probably what took so long. I pulled up and there was my smoked turkey sandwich with a side of pickles waiting for me. They don’t put condiments or extras on the sandwiches, but this turkey was very good and so moist, but it could have used a little something, like mayo or even cranberries. It was huge, the meat was chunky, and it was all breast meat! I’ll go there again for a $6 sandwich! This store is weird, though. It has a country store and a gas station, which is at odds with the rustic, yet family restaurant feel. I don’t get the gas station out front. It makes the place seem like a cross between Dickey’s/Crackerbarrel/Shell.
8 out of 10 stars.