The food and service were very good. No complaints at all. This Cafe is very family friendly. Very accommodating.
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My wife and I stopped in for an early dinner. By the time we left the place was filling up. The service was warm and professional, and the food was well crafted. We started off eating the flatbread with my wife enjoying the Japa Chai...More
Taking a ride across Lookout Mtn on a beautiful day and decided to stop here for lunch. Passed it many times but never stopped. Wish we would have stopped a long time ago. We sat outside to enjoy the beautiful day. Sara was our waitress...More
Let's start with the noise, there were a lot of cars traveling the roads the evening we were there. Service was very good, food was good, not outstanding but after a long day it met our needs.
Had the most delicious corn bread, baked in a small black iron skillet and it was a rival of my mothers! Nachos for an appetizer made o. Their home made thinly sliced and fried potatoes. Meat loaf, mashed potatoes, collard greens and wonderfull slaw with...More
We were wandering around the area looking at houses after visiting the mountain. It is tucked away in a beautiful spot. Parking is on the street and limited but worth the effort. We went in for Sunday brunch which was five 🌟. The kids had...More
This cafe was recommended by the clerk at the Inn at Chantacleer. We said we wanted something local and close-by and this turned out to be a great choice. The soup I had was nicely seasoned--not bland at all but tasty. My husband enjoyed fish...More
It was eve of Thanksgiving. The staff who served us was charming, explained the menu well and the food was wholesome and tasty.
The COTC is a reasonably priced restaurant on top of the mountain. In my opinion the best if you don't want to drive down the mountain. God food, not fancy at reasonable prices. A good selection of adult beverages. Weather permitting, eat outdoors on the...More