Reuben was crunchy with just the right balance of ingredients. Fries were steak-cut, crispy in the outside...just perfect. Service was warm, attentive and welcoming. Heard this was good...it's really good :)
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We stopped in for a quick lunch. The service was very slow. The Ruben sandwich was bland with very little filling. The cheeseburger meat and bun were both dry. My unsweetened ice tea was refilled with sweetened tea. For a $25 lunch I expect better...More
We were there just prior to lunch hour and got decent service. Meals were good with a few exceptions: 1) home potatoes were soggy - should have been crispy 2) chicken philly sandwich had no sauce, some peppers were not cooked. Shrimp po-boy was great.
Dropped in for lunch on Father's Day. Choice of 3 specials for the occasion. $11.49 each with 3 sides, cornbread, and coffee or tea. The wife and I both had the baked ham. Other choices were fried chicken or baked chicken and dressing. Both had...More
Stopped in on our way back to Ocala. Ordered Fried Chicken Dinner, Bacon Cheeseburger, Bacon, Lettuce and Fried Green Tomato sandwich and an order of fried pickles. Our 8yo had the kids shrimp. Everything was good except the pickles were extremely greasy like they'd just...More
Someone actually told us to be sure to stop at Pouncy's on our way back to Ocala. Lucky we weren't in a rush because the service was s l o w.....It wasn't the waitress, it appeared to be a back up in the kitchen. The...More
We ate breakfast at Pouncey's at the suggestion of someone but found it to be unremarkable. It seemed popular with locals and the food was fine. No complaints. If you want something tasty and filling and familiar then this is a safe bet. Service was...More
Whenever traveling through Perry on Rte 19 we ALWAYS stop at Pounceys. Service is swift and accurate and the food is country, home-made and good. Can't ask for much more than that. Parking is a challenge sometime as a by-product of their popularity. Get the...More
I asked Mandi the front desk operator at the EconoLogdge Motel to recommend a place where locals eat. My Dad and I enjoyed our meal.