Had a lovely quiet dinner. Fantastic food / great service. Model of consistency. Everything on the menu is carefully prepared by Linda. You cannot pass up the spinach.
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My wife and I just celebrated our 43rd anniversary at Linda's and it could not have been better. We were greeted warmly by Linda and our server, Kim. From the wonderful crabmeat appetizer and fresh baked rolls to the terrific entrees and homemade desserts, everything...More
Went there with my wife for our anniversary. Excellent food, and value for the cost. Friendly service. Very quiet, which we appreciate. We will visit again!
This was another recommendation that we're glad took. Linda's is one of those "feel good" restaurants where the locals are known and a good meal can be assured. It was not busy on the night we were there but we had a really good meal...More
Aiken is town with many good restaurants! Food was wonderful. Hadn't eaten here in a couple of years, ask myself why? A mistake !!! My dinner was highlighted by a wild mushroom bread pudding as a side and a rum bread pudding for desert ....More
Dining in the greater Augusta area the week of the Masters golf tournament is a challenge. The search for a good dinner typically ends with jacked up prices and slow service. Linda's is an exception: an interesting menu with excellent service and a fairly-priced wine...More
The menu had so many tempting items that it was so hard for us to choose what we wanted. The service was superb. The food was fresh and well prepared.
I do not mind paying a good price for a good meal, but when one leaves a restaurant hungry I draw the line. We went to the Bistro on a Saturday evening and though the place was small there was only one other couple having...More
Small quaint house like setting. If your desire is great food served by a Great staff here is where you want to be. If their goal is to give a home like fine dinning, relaxing quality dinning experience they have hit a home run. The...More