I had been meaning to visit Celebration forever. Evidently it’s been there since 1971. It’s an old house converted into a restaurant and all the rooms are separate little dining rooms. It has a full bar and some really good food. It’s the kind of place you could take your grandmother. She’d love it. The food is wholesome and satisfying. Hubbard said, “It’s what Black Eyed Pea wants to be”.
The breads were warm enough to melt the butter. Freshly baked.
I paid a dollar extra to have this as one of my three sides. Worth every penny! Actually, much better than I was expecting. Kind of elegant.
I was very impressed with this. I don’t usually order chicken breast because I hate dried out chicken. This was moist and juicy. Perfectly done. The gravy had just a hint of spice. Not hot or anything. Mashed potatoes and roasted beets on the side.
Hub was pretty well into his plate before I got him to stop and take a picture. He ate it all and liked it quite a lot. Then he ate about a third of my chicken. He loved that chicken. Mashed potatoes and corn on the side.
For sure someone’s grandmother made this. It was delicious! It all tastes homemade. What’s not to like about that?
We both had a glass of wine and the bill was $49 before tip. Keep in mind, the wine we chose was $9 a glass. So, without the wine, that’s a pretty good price for a very good lunch.