During our trip to Pigeon Forge, we made our way over to The Island to have lunch at Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen.
The restaurant is close to the entrance so we had no problem finding it. We had walked over from MagiQuest so the boys were excited to see a row of rocking chairs lining the front and they ran over to sit down for a minute.
The restaurant is on the 2nd floor so when we entered we walked into the store and then rode the escalator to the top. We were seated right away and although we weren’t seated next to a window we still had a nice view due to the large windows.
The food here is served family style. For lunch you start off with bread, choose 2 entrees and 4 sides for the table, and then each person chooses their own dessert. For our entrees we chose the fried chicken and catfish and for the sides we chose green beans, mac and cheese, creamed potatoes, and tossed salad. Dessert options are ooey gooey butter cake, banana pudding, and cobbler. JT got the cake, Connor picked the banana pudding, and I got the cobbler.
Nothing really stood out but the food was good and we enjoyed our meal.
Have you been to Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen?