Tucked into a corner of a strip mall that itself has no direct access to the main road without (Pineville-Matthews road), you might miss Sweet Tea's, or get turned around on the way. However, it's worth the effort of finding! Quiet for a midweek lunch, the hostess and wait-staff were gracious and friendly; the menu not over-blown, with a good selection of well-prepared and well-presented Southern fare--shrimp and grits, fried green tomatoes , etc all served at a reasonable, unhurried pace. Drink and dessert menus likewise adequate, not excessive. Quantities were enough, not too much; prices were impressively low for food and beverages. Atmosphere clean and bright--far better than your average mall restaurant. Well worth taking the time to find and visit!
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