Best southern breakfast ever staff is polite and friendly ,ate there 2× amazing cant wait to go to Atlanta
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When traveling we usually look at the internet to see where the Food Network folks have visited. This time it took us to The Silver Skillet near Georgia Tech where triple D had been. The nostalgia of course was great' I had the corn beef hash and eggs plate. The best part was talking to the owner about the triple... More
What a fun old diner. Our server was a great older gal with a super smile. The food was delicious. They had some of the best biscuits I've ever eaten out at a restaurant. They also were very accommodating of my daughter's many allergies and she was able to enjoy her meal too.
Thank you for your review. We do try to accommodate all dietary concerns when possible. Please visit us again! Teresa More
A really good breakfast, fast! I mean lightening fast and hot. Good service. Never caught the servers name and didn't know to just choose a seat until told. Not a big deal. Convenient right off of I-75/85. If you blink you'll miss it so look left.
In a changing world, this is an Atlanta tradition since the 1950s. There was a bit of a wait, but not overly long. The service was prompt and friendly, and we didn't wait long until our food was served. You would think that breakfast would be easy to get right, but I have had some lousy renditions. NOT at the... More
After dropping the girls back off at GA Tech we headed over to our favorite breakfast haunt in Atlanta. Since 1956 the Skillet probibly change much except its prices. Tender home made biscuits, corned beef hash, fried pork chops good old south eating. Lunch must be topped off with homemade ice box pie. Arrive early on the weekend line forms... More
Very happy with your review! After 61 years-you're exactly right--nothing has changed at the Skillet! We continue to serve our great customers as if they were guests in our home. Hope to have you back soon Teresa More
Great atmosphere. Felt welcome right away when I got there. Quick service. I ordered the turkey and dressing and it was awesome. The turkey was a little salty, but I didn't mind that. For my sides I got the coleslaw and mashed potatoes. They were awesome. I also tried one biscuit and one cornbread. The biscuit was my favorite. And... More
Thanks for your comments. After 61 years, we continue to strive to do our best for our great customers. Hope to see you back again!! Teresa More
I've eaten here many times in my life but the food is still authentic and very good. One of the few places where you can still get "real" red eye gravy on your country ham (and that is not the sweet ham for those who don't know the difference!). Vegetables were really good as always and do not miss the... More
Thanks Vance for your nice review. After 61 years, we're still cooking!! Hope to have you back again! Teresa More
We visited Silver Skillet on a Sunday morning around 9 a.m., got a table immediately, and apparently beat the rush. After we were seated, group after group came in and each group waited several minutes for tables. Try not to sit near the door, because the waiting patrons will crowd you as you eat. The food was good -- I... More
We learned about the Silver Skillet from Diners, Drive Ins and Dives and it fits the Diner/Dive to a tee! It's an old fashioned owner on site diner that serves good food alongside southern charm. The biscuits were divine. You won't walk away hungry!!
Thanks for stopping by. So glad that you enjoyed your Skillet experience. Hope to see you back soon. Teresa More