February 1, 2008

Last Post from Atlanta- Greenwood's

Greenwood's features traditional American home cooking (from scratch) with a Southern accent. Sounds like comfort food to me! We didn't actually get to do more than snap a photo and have a sample- we stopped in to pick up a few slices of coconut pie to go late one night, after the kitchen was closed. Their signature dish is fried chicken. The fried chicken takes 30 minutes to prepare, so you have to order it when you are seated, not when the rest of your party orders their entrees. The coating is crunchy and peppery and honey-ey. Even on a full stomach, this chicken was calling my name.

Looky there!!!!!! Lawwwwdy! Creamed Corn and cheese grits. Many more sides to choose from, too.

Their menu also features fish, duck, pork chops, meatloaf, vegetables and desserts. I've been told that if you like the coconut cream pie, this is the best. It was my first coconut cream pie, and it was light, flavorful and the right amount of sweet. Just what I need- another entry on the list of desserts I love.

Needless to say, Greenwood's is first on my list for my next trip to the Atlanta area...first on a long, long list...and the eggs.

Greenwood's in Roswell


JB said...

Thanks for these pics - Now when I go visit Chip and Caroline I know EXACTLY where I am eating.

Arties32 said...

Glad I could be of service. I do not think you will be disappointed!

Leli said...

We've been there many times with your Dad and Kitty. I heart the veggie plate. Jon likes the rotissiere chicken with plum sauce. Love, love, love their broccoli casserole. Yummy!!