Lady And Sons, Savannah, Ga
Posted 01 June 2012 - 05:46 PM
Well, do you want the good news or the bad news? I’ve lived in Savannah for over 25 years and have eaten at Paula Dean’s on numerous occasions (THANKFULLY many times before I was Dx’d in 1998). After my diagnosis I was able to eat there b/c the wait staff knew what was gluten-free on the buffet and what wasn’t. WELL……I had dinner there last night and the waiter told me that the only foods I could eat on the buffet were the ribs (no sauce) and the salads as long as I used oil and vinegar. NO VEGGIES……that’s what she’s known for and I’ve ALWAYS been able to eat them before. I think she’s become over-cautious but that’s just my opinion. Now for the good news………she’s offering a gluten-free menu!!!!! BUT, it’s mostly broiled fish and rice-based. I’m sure her broiled fish is delicious BUT I eat broiled fish and rice ALL THE TIME. Having said all that, one dish that is gluten-free is her shrimp and grits. Now I’ve grown up eating grits and I don’t know what she does to her grits but they are out of this world. However, that’s the ONLY thing you’re eating……shrimp and grits – no veggies, salad, bread, etc. Even though I was far from full, I gave up after a while (although I sure as heck enjoyed the left-overs for lunch today……what there was left of them). AND she offers a gluten-free dessert……………flourless chocolate torte of course, but it was scrumptious. So the big take-away is this…..if you’re coming to Savannah and want to eat at Lady and Sons you can safely do so and have a fabulous dinner – pricey but fabulous (if you’re content eating just one dish). Bon Apatite…….
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