Stephanie Anderson

Table & Main. A review.

Stephanie Anderson
Table & Main. A review.

This upscale Southern farm to table restaurant is in downtown Roswell, just a few steps away from the hustle and bustle.  

You will be greeted with Southern charm and find seating is on the veranda, inside and in a step down garden area outside. Weather permitting, you can't go wrong. 

Slender but enormously flavorful cheese straws greet your table and wake up your palette. It's southern for certain but these little gems have a knack for making me want a cocktail. Smart move, Table & Main. It worked. I had three of the same speciality cocktails. A bourbon based drink with a giant sphere of ice. Well played. 

Like so many farm to table restaurants you will find this one to be very vegetarian friendly. I was in on Paleo night and my sweet potatoes boasted coconut and they were divine.  A silky very flavorful mash. The special was chicken fried steak for this meal and I found the beef choice odd and in fact, it was tough. 

Preservation plate

Preservation plate


I had the Preservation plate to start. This will vary by night. House made calbrese sausage, incredible! It was sliced and laid on house made grain mustard.  Cheese from Many Fold Georgia dairy farm paired with bacon jam. Another triumph!  Pickled carrots cut through the fatty items nicely. This is a great way to start a meal.

Vegetable plate

Vegetable plate

I can say with zero hesitation the macaroni and cheese here is the best I've ever eaten. I am not hardcore in loving this dish but I could be if this is what mac and cheese was like on a daily basis. 

I had to try the puddin dessert. Mason jar (of course) of dark chocolate pudding/mousse topped with bourbon whipped cream and two nilla wafers. This beats bananas. Even a monkey would agree.

Great service always with a southern smile.

Do not miss this gem in Roswell.

 

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