Great family spot! Had the shrimp and grits, wow it was yummy. Wonderful southern food choices. Biscuits and butter before your meal is the bomb! We will be going back here!
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I have visited Fatz before, and I have never been disappointed. The meals are a fair size, the prices reasonable, and the quality of the food is very good. If you are looking for casual dining or a meal for business, you can't go wrong...More
Fatz is my "go to" place. We bring visitors there knowing we'll not be disappointed. Good food, fair prices. It's my favorite.
From the title one can tell that Fatz is no longer our favorite place. For years they had a great menu but this spring (2017) they changed a lot of items and even though we have returned on a monthly basis for the past 6...More
Nice restaurant for the most part. Went there with friends and we had mixed opinions. The steak was tasty but tough. Baked potato was cold and hard, and the chicken fingers were over-cooked. Being said, the shrimp and grits, the bar-b-cue, and fish were very...More
Ate here for first time. Ordered their "signature dish" for lunch. Calabash chicken. It was kind of tender but nothing to write home to Mom about. We do not plan to return when in the area. Prefer Carolina BBQ on Pinelog Road.
Stopped in Fatz for dinner after a long road trip. The 20oz drafts were welcoming, as was our wonderful waitress Ashley. We both selected entrees from the Calabash specials. Shrimp and chicken tenders were perfectly fried. I preferred the tenders, which are marinated before frying...More
My first visit to this chain. Aiken location was clean with excellent service. sirloin was cooked well but a little tough. Ribs were better, meat and cooked correctly. Substituted broccoli for Cole slaw and received a massive platter of florets. I took enough home for...More
The staff is friendly and the food is very good. Love the Calabash chicken, the salads, and the soups. Usually pretty crowded at lunchtime. . .always a good sign.