The food is descent, but the service is insulting. My boyfriend and I recently had family in town from Texas for a very short amount of time. On their last morning here, we decided to go to Miss Meg's, and the servers would not accommodate a table for us. Although the restaurant was half empty and there were only 5 of us, they would not allow us to pull up a chair to a booth, and they would not push 2 small tables together. They had us sit in 2 separate tables, and continued to be rude throughout the meal. I have been in the restaurant industry for over 8 years, and this is simply poor business.
I don't pass Miss Megs without getting best Breakfast I have ever had. Lot's of wonderful food. I don't return without stopping by for Dinner - Best Fresh Seafood (Flounder), fried oysters..... I have ever had - Great Owners!
Never had ANYTHING that was not fantastic. We live in Atlanta and would not think of going anywhere near Clayton and not stopping in at Miss Meg's! You can't go wrong here - be sure to try the seafood chowder - yummy!
This is a small family owned place. The food is great and the portions are out of control sometimes. It is a little pricey but the amount of food you receive makes it worth it. The best sweet tea in town.
Every trip to Miss Megs is a taste treat. How is it that chain restaurants can get it so wrong - and this small town cafe can get it so right. Fresh ground beef - tastes like it SHOULD. Fresh veggies, crisp tasty fries - and they make their own buns! Friendly folks.
You know the scene in the Disney Movie Ratatouille where the critic takes a bite out of a mundane dish and is instantly whisked back to an emotional moment in his childhood when his mom had made his favorite dish ? This place creates those moments for me. I hate to say this in case they read these reviews ... but compared to what other area restaurants charge for less tasty fare ... Miss Megs could get away with charging more for these undiscovered burger treats.