May 2019 by Chris Timbes
Very good southern style food served hot and fresh. One meat and three vegetables with either cornbread or biscuit. They had a large variety of meats and vegetables for the sides. They also had homemade pies including the southern classic Buttermilk Pie. Before you freak out over buttermilk as a pie, it is basically a rich custard type pie, think chess pie but tastier. Service was great without being annoying. Their prices were good too, two people, drinks and a dessert for only $20.
May 2019 by nelda warren
Cindy's place has the best home cooking !! Food is always delicious and they give you too much food lol.
May 2019 by Melissa Campbell
April 2019 by Christyn Smith
Best country food place around and they are quick and the buttermilk pie is awesome!!!
April 2019 by Ed Smith
Was not good
March 2019 by tom d
We stopped in looking for a good lunch. We were all very hungry. This place has a great selection of country cooking ie meats n veggies and pies for desert. We wete so full we had to walk around the downtown area. Great place to eat meat 3 veggies tea for 8 dollars gotta love it!!!!!
March 2019 by Laura Weaver
Good hot food at great price
December 2018 by Kaylyn Gardner
I feel being in the customer service profession you need to know how to speak to people on general. I had no idea this place even existed till today we went to eat lunch next door. I told my husband I wanted to try it next. The parking is very confusing downtown and I will admit we did not park correctly. We parked next to a truck and thought it was acceptable. We parked got our infant son out and went in to eat next door to this place. Before our drinks even get to our table. The owner of this establishment opened the door and started talking to us with such disrespect I couldn't even believe it. My truck and the truck we parked next to were blocking her drive through. I didnt know there was even one we apologized and moved our truck but she threatened to call the cops and cause a scene and was just plain disrespectful. You lost us and everyone in the place we were eating buisness. Learn common respect. And just so everyone knows the end of the story. The police said we were not parked illegally she could be as mad as she wanted we didnt have to move. But we did because we have decency.
September 2018 by Q9109TVdavidh
Cindy's is located about 3 blocks off of US-72 in Corinth, MS. If home made from scratch meals is your thing, visit them on Tuesday-friday between 11:00 and 2:00 for your mid day mealThere is a drive through, you can call ahead and order, or you can 'sit-a-spell' and enjoy your meal. There is a choice of entrees and a garden of vegetables to choose from on every daily special. If headed to Memphis, TN from the Shoals Area, turn right at McDonald's, go to the Comcast Bldg on the right and Turn left before you go under the overpass. Cindy's is about 3/4 mile on your right. You can continue on this road right back out to US-72. Big Rigs can park on the street. Truckers are Welcome.
September 2018 by George Methvin
Great food, very clean, fast service!
September 2018 by Deborah Grimes
Now for sure it's the best place to eat homemade southern food. Don't take my word come on by Cindy's Place and try it for yourself
September 2018 by realtoralexisrudd
Very affordable option for a plate lunch. There is one dish there that I DO NOT like. I think it is the chuckwagon and gravy. The 'steak' is almost identical to the Tyson frozen patties you can find in the freezer section at Walmart with gravy poured over it. Everything else I've tried has always been good. Sweet people that run it and staff is always friendly. If you don't want to go in you can drive thru where they have that days menu on a dry erase board.
August 2018 by Darrell Barnes
Nice food, good service, quaint atmosphere!
May 2018 by CathyP1953
YUMMY!!! Please don't let the exterior of this rustic restaurant scare you off from dining here. The plate lunch was fabulous- meatloaf, mashed potatoes, pinto beans, cabbage, and corn bread. My husband had the fried chicken, cabbage, Mac and cheese, and fried green tomatoes... good southern cooking. Wish I could dine here everyday. Service was excellent!!!
April 2018 by Tara Black
Excellent homestyle cooking where if you ask, you can meet Miss Cindy herself. The day we were there, it was packed to the gills by locals.
March 2018 by Lori Singleton
Homecooked meals with alot of choices. Very good!
February 2018 by Debbie Wiginton
Enjoy going here,great food
January 2018 by Jeremiah Zackarevicz
Not too bad chicken was a little overcooked but otherwise pretty good country food
January 2018 by Lovebug95
This place has made its way into my heart as one of my top 5 places to eat EVER! Prices really can’t be beat when you gets a meat three, roll or cornbread and a drink. The food and how fast you get it make it the best all around.
November 2017 by cindy2003smith
Good home cooked food in a warm atmosphere. Customer service with a smile. Reasonably priced.
September 2014 by Tina H.
CASH ONLY! 5-5-16 price increase to $8.00 for plates. If you are searching for a meat and 3 place to eat this will serve the purpose as well as any place serving meat and vegetables. You choose 1 meat from a choice of 6-7 and choose 3 vegetables from about a dozen, the bread and sweet tea are thrown in for one price ($8.00). The dining area is confined to a small area, given the relatively small building in general, then there are plenty of tables. You are guaranteed to see regulars here if you visit more than once. The drive thru rivals what you'd see at Burger King. They do serve hamburgers, but the one customer that ordered a burger while I was there got his and it was on loaf bread not a bun. I would have to clarify that before I order a burger since I prefer a bun. The meals eaten here over several months were consistent. The cabbage was not boiled to mush like most diners, but it needed salt during cooking. The chicken and dumplings were bland and the dumplings had no tooth to them. I ate the dumplings and it did fill me up. The fried green tomatoes are REAL green tomatoes, pucker-inducing tartness. The chuck wagon steak and gravy had very good flavor (ordered on multiple visits). Fried chicken was juicy, but all the flavor/seasoning was in the flour coating. Tea was good, sweet, but not too sweet. Pleasant, smiling and friendly staff. The menu items will definitely fill you up without causing gastric issues afterward. There are usually 4 desserts listed. I saw a slice of pie delivered to another table, it was a very thin pie (height-wise not slice-wise). I will be going back until I have tried the chicken livers and possibly a burger. As far as the question of is there a TV, yes there is, and it is always on the Weather Channel. Update: 11-2-14 I have been back and tried the fried chicken livers. They were the best fried livers I've had at a restaurant. Not overly crunchy or overcooked. I haven't tried a burger, but did see one served and it was on a bun this time. Update: the burger is huge, juicy and tastes very good. They serve turkey and dressing on Thursday and Sunday. It is very good. If you are craving dressing and it is months away from Thanksgiving, you can get a dressing fix here to hold you over. This dressing, in no way, holds a candle to Ben's from Gilmore's. Since Ben has dropped off the face of the earth it seems, this is as good as it gets with dressing for lunch. I wasn't happy with my last visit because it was their token "off" day I guess. Cold and broken cornbread muffin. Cold, extremely overcooked and under-seasoned cabbage core. Watery macaroni. With the exception of today, this is the most consistent eating establishment in town. Update***5-5-16 I'm going to knock a star off because the quality of the food had nose-dived over the past year. The dressing has been a big miss the last 4 times I've tried to eat it (gummy one day, burnt-bread taste throughout the next, cold and no taste another). I give up. I prefer not to come back. My husband likes the chuckwagon steak, so such as today, I will order the dressing with intenions of my husband eating it (and he did). He didn't like it but he ate it (gummy and cold and a strange gravy today). To Each Their Own.
May 2013 by Jeff W.
Been here about 4-5 times over the past two years. Small location, can almost miss it driving by. Only open a few hours of the day. Sunday 11-2 for sure. Menu is on the wall on whiteboards, you get a meat, and three sides as part of your plate. Well liked by many in the community. If anything, you need to try the Butter Roll dessert!