I have been to the Blue Willow Inn many times over the course of at least 15 years. The food is always excellent. If you cannot find something you like to eat there, then you are either not hungry or else you may be an unconverted yankee who does not like vegetables to ever be cooked. North of certain points in this country, you can hardly find a glass of sweet tea; nuff said. I have never seen bad service there, chain southern cooking restaurants should not even be mentioned in the same breath as the Blue Willow. It is charming and elegant in atmosphere. I read a few online comments, and I have never had nor heard of such experiences from anyone I have conversed with there; and I have talked to many people just on the porch. People flock there for a reason. Bad-mouthing the Blue Willow is like East Germany when it used to degrade the free West. There was a reason people lined up to get to places like the USA (and were trying to leave communism). Well, I guess talk is cheap.
Posted: 7/15/2010 • Link to this review
We went last Friday night the food was greasy it was not any better than a fast food restaurant the service was terriable i had to ask 3 times before i received 1 plate of crab legs the waitress never came back to offer more my cousin had to pick up our dirty plates off the table and get the crackers for the crab legs and give them out to other tables as well i called in on Saturday and spoke to a lady which told me she would call me back and after a week i have not heard from anyone that just sums it all up they do not care we were with a group so i guess the waitress knew she was going to be tipped regardless i would not recommend this restaurant to anyone...
Posted: 2/26/2010 • Link to this review
Quaint house, great concept, but the food was awful. Low-grade meats, overcooked vegetables, cold potatoes, and bland desserts. Fried chicken was thighs and backs only. Plates were cold and wet. Picadilly is better, and cheaper.
Posted: 1/03/2010 • Link to this review