Good doctors and good restaurants have one thing in common – people will go a far piece for each.
I had the pleasure of dining at Mim’s restaurant Thursday night on the corner of the scenic intersection of Stony Creek and Jerico roads, opposite the 1835 Methodist church, worth a trip in itself.
As soon as I entered the restaurant door, I was astonished by the wonderful interior, the color coordination, the art work, the handmade table tops, and the creative craftsmanship of absolutely everything there. The walls have lovely wainscoting and at the far center of the room there is a wood stove with an impressive stone wall backdrop.
The food is served cafeteria style with a choice of two main dishes and many side vegetables and salad with a standard offering of drinks. The kitchen, which is directly behind the food line, seemed well-equipped and spotless.
Going upstairs holding onto a unique twig spindle banister, I found a small dining area overlooking the dining room below and also a small private dining room to one side with catering equipment which I assume could be used for meetings and special occasions.
The food was well prepared and reminded me of very good home style cooking, not the Cracker Barrel kind, but the real thing.
Give Mim’s a try.
I am sure you’ll have a pleasant experience and, like me, will want to return again.