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The Silver Skillet

200 14th St. Atlanta, GA 30318
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Reviews (13)

  • Posted by Foodie July 2012

    Went here recently after watching DDD and it was the worst breakfast I have ever had. The portions were so small for the price and for whats its worth I have had better food at a Waffle House. Definitely not worth the time or money btw breakfast for three people cost us close to $40 with tip. Don't think I will be taking any more reccomendations from DDD.

  • Posted by Christy75 May 2012

    You have to eat here! I highly recommend the baked chicken, it was amazingly tender, juicy and flavorful! You also have to Have the lemon icebox pie! Yummy!!

  • Posted by Anonymous April 2012

    welcome to the south....the lard in the biscuit should have cut the salt...

  • Posted by Anonymous March 2012

    I am from the south and grew up on country ham and red eye gravy. It IS SALTY! That is the way it is supposed to BE! The previous reviewer must be a Yankee.

  • Posted by Justin McCLure January 2012

    While attending Passion 2012 I told our group we HAD to try this place.  It looked great on DDD and it was not a disappointment!  The country ham and red eye gravy was AMAZING!!  I was reading a previous "visitor" comment and I seriously don't know if she had ever had country ham before but it was out of this world tender with amazing flavor.  The biscuits were great as everyone has said and the lemon icebox pie was "Slap yo' mamma"  good!!  Overall a great stop in Atlanta!!

  • Posted by Anonymous January 2012

    Love it!!!  Thanks Guy! :-D

  • Posted by Chris Doering August 2010

    This was our sixth and final Triple-D stop on our family vacation tour.  We arrived on a Sunday morning around 9:30 and there was plenty of parking but no tables available.  After a short wait, 10 minutes, we had to split up since there was six of us and no tables for more than four available.  This was our first DDD breakfast eatery.  I ordered the grilled corn beef hash with two eggs, biscuits with gravy.  This was the first time I tried corn beef hash and I ordered it extra crispy.  I hope everyone serves the hash just like the Silver Skillet because it was tasty, delicious, and flavorful.  The eggs were perfectly cooked.  But what stole the morning show were the homemade biscuits, WOW amazingly great.  The biscuits were hot, slightly crispy on the outside and very flaky on the inside.  No gravy or jelly is required since it would just take away from these incredible treats.  However, I did top my second one with the gravy which was also loaded with lots of flavor.  My wife and kids had French toast, pancakes, hash browns and ham.  All were very good with the exception of the well done pancakes.  The rest of the family tried the grits and found them lip smacking good even though they use margarine instead of the southern standard butter.  We travel to Atlanta often and are looking forward to our return trips to this friendly DDD find.  Guy, you made quite the impression on everyone here because they couldn’t say enough great things about your visit.     

  • Posted by Visitor June 2010

    Couldn't wait to try our first DDD eatery.  What a huge disappointment.  We went for breakfast.  The breakfast itself was nothing memorable but the ham and red eye gravy will be burned in my mind for life.  It was the saltiest thing I have ever eaten in my life!!  The gravy, which seemed to be little more that a vat of soy sauce with a splash of coffee was terrrrible.  I had to trade breakfasts with my husband, and even he couldn't eat the ham.

  • Posted by Anonymous February 2010

    Buttery, flaky biscuits and an unbelievable lemon ice box pie.  No joke, the best I've ever had.

  • Posted by Daryl-Atlanta November 2009

    The 14th Street Bridge renovation/replacement project mentioned on this web-page has been completed with 14th Street flowing 100% better than before. Access to/from the reastaurant is no problem though at peak times parking might be a challenge. Still, great food and worth the wait. 

  • Posted by Gomes November 2009

    Tiny place, no parking and the line was long. had to give up and leave

  • Posted by Guest September 2009

    Nice little place.  I would stick with the daily specials.  I had the meatloaf with mashed potatoes, that was awesome!  The potatoes were silky and chunky at the same time and the gravy was excellent.  My husband had the corned beef hash...good but it came from a can so it would be the same anywhere. 9/16/09

  • Posted by Jay & Company June 2009

    The Silver Skillet was all we hoped it would be. Authentic, classic and very freindly. The food was excellent.  You have to have the Center Cut Country Ham with Red Eye Gravy!  We enjoyed the Silver Skillet 6/13/09.

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