I,found this place one day while driving. The Whistle Stop Cafe, It looked kinda neet from the outside, so I turned around to give it a try. (The best move I've made in a long time). Upon going inside, I was greeted very nicely, and they really make you fill at home,there whole staff was very plesant and friendy, kind of nice to see people working and having fun with the custormers. This place really has a following, as I, sat while waiting for my food ,which did not take long, I notisted that the staff new a lot of people by name as well as a lot of the customers new each other. After biting into the Softshell sandwich that I, havent had sence I, was at my uncle's house, down on the bay last summer. It was, Exceptional to say the least. I, really enjoyed myself so much and the food was so good, I deceided to invite my aunt and uncle, of course my wife and son as well, for lunch the following weekend. This was a brave thing to do as you would have to know my aunt when it comes to food, Of course she had to have the seafood platter, uncle Roy tried the Bar-B-Que plate, Bob my son had a Whistle Stop Burger, which they asked how he would like it cooked!! my wife had a Smoked chicken salad stuffed tomato, she said was to die for and I, went for the Softshell Platter and a cup of Gumbo this time.This is a MUST TRY, You won't be sorry, You'll be glad you did !! Bob Shoeman
On our way back to Memphis, we decided to have lunch in an Indian restaurant in Mobile, Alabama. With the mixed reviews online, we still went to this restaurant. To our surprise, every dish was so perfectly cooked. After a tiring thanksgiving vacation, the food was so tasty and well-cooked that we were fresh again. The chicken biriyani, naan and none the less tandoori chicken were so tasty. We were so pleased with the lunch buffet that we also ordered tasty Samosas for take away which we enjoyed in our journey. So, its a must go Indian restaurant if you are visiting this city.