WE DRIVE FROM S.C. SEVERAL TIMES A YEAR JUST TO EAT THERE.WE HAVE NEVER HAD A BAD MEAL OR SERVICE .THIS IS A GREAT PLACE TO EAT. IF YOU LEAVE THERE HUNGRY IT IS YOUR FAULT.THE OWNERS ARE VERY GREAT .I WOULD RECOMMEND THE PLACE TO ANYONE.ALWAYS BEEN TREATED GREAT .
this restaurant have earned a great reputation over the years ,which i always agreed with after eating there many times ,however im not sure i would even recommend anyone go there anymore . first they need to give up on breakfast its overpriced and just bad everytime,and as far as lunch and dinner its not what it once was even though its all you care to eat portions are getting smaller and food quality has gone from tasting homemade ,to tasting fresh out of the freezer i actually hope others dont feel the way i do because i hate to see what was a great restaurant going in the wrong direction
I have been to the Farmers Daughter several times. I love the food and for what you get its well worth the money. I'm not rich by no means at all and normally I would never spend this much money on a meal. For one I will when its once or twice a month and second because the food is this good. It melts in your mouth. For two people tax and all is $26.00. I'm going there in two weeks and I will continue to do so. And maybe they should let customers with big parties have different meat choices.
If you only have 2 people in your party or everyone in your group only has 1 or 2 opinions about what to eat you'll probably like it, However on our visit, My sister that lives in Alabama had just come in to visit because of the devestating tornados we had all had.We decided to come here to eat.We had 11 people in our party and when we tried to order what we wanted(like normal people) we were told that we only got 2 types of meats for the entire table.We explained about the long trip and that everyone wanted something different(you know,like normal people).They told us even if we brought in 100 people,still only 2 meats and that if we wanted to to order what each of us wanted we had to all sit at SEPERATE tables.We hadnt seen our family for quite some time and we asked the owner what difference did it make if we sat at the same table or not to her.She told us that's the way they do it and she wouldnt accommodate us.We could do it her way or go somewhere else! We left and spent our $150 plus at FATZ in Greeneville and guess what,we all got what we wanted with no questions asked at all! Somehow The Farmers Daughter that's supposed to be this good old fashioned place has forgoten the number one rule: The customer and his money are always right. The nerve of saying the only way for your family to get what they want is to sit at seperate tables is appalling. Maybe they should open up their next location in Russia where individual opinions and taste are shunned there as well!
This is a family style restaurant where the waitstaff is always friendly. You get to choose 2 meats for the table out of about 6 or so different offerings. The bbq brisket and country style steak are our favorites. You get at least 8 or so vegetables but the choices may vary according to season. Everytime I've been there they have always had carrot souffle (almost a dessert), okra, real mashed potatoes, cornbread salad, a nice fruit salad, and creamed corn. These come out in little bowls that at first seem like they wouldn't be enough but, by the time you've gotten a little of everything, everyone is usually stuffed. However, it is all you can eat and, you can request more of anything. It is real homestyle cooking and they use butter, sugar, and salt to flavor the food, so forget your diet. The buttermilk cornbread and sourdough rolls they bring out are to die for. The cornbread is so good, I'd almost go just for it. I've never had room for dessert. We usually go on Saturday afternoons between 2- 3pm and have never had to wait more than 10 minutes to get seated.
Father's Day at the Farmer's Daughter Restaurant wasn't just bad, it was pathetic! It was built up to be a fantastic place to eat by some, but the sad truth is that the food is better at the J & S Cafeteria. Sure, there was a monstrous crowd of people there, but perhaps that comes from not having anywhere else to eat in Chuckey, Tenn. After waiting over an hour to get seated, we were treated to some weakened sweet tea, and some flattened cornbread that was as dry as sand. We ordered the fried chicken and the chicken livers for our meat selection. The chicken parts offered were breasts and legs only, no wings. The fried chicken livers were deep fried to a crisp and overcooked. The vegetables tasted like canned vegetables and the gravy came from a packet. The cornbread salad was the only vegetable that was really tasty, out of 10 different choices that were brought to our table. When it was time for dessert, we were hoping for something edible, but we were all wrong. The peanut butter pie was not good, the coconut pie was bland and the strawberry pie was made with pureed frozen berries that had very little sugar added.
After this memorable meal was over, I went to their one stall rest room and found one of the hispanic cooks using the bathroom. When he was finished, he barely rinsed off his hands and used NO SOAP to wash his hands. Yummy, Yummy!
We were in greeneville Tn . working anfew years back, and we loved you place. Last Saturday we visit you again , we are working in london ky. now we drove 2 hrs just to have lunch with you all. Thanks for the wonderful place and grate food. I am verry fond of teh carrot sulfoa . I would love the recipe . do you have a recipe book . I was going to ask sat. but it was packed and everyone was bussy. tanks again. Shirley
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