Perry, GA

The Cafeteria-Style Amish Restaurant in Georgia You Must-Try

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Georgia is home to some of the most beautiful countryside in the country filled with rolling hills, horse farms, and comforting Amish cuisine.

If you're ever craving some home-cooked comfort food there is absolutely no better place to find it than at Oil Lamp Restaurant in the centrally located town of Perry. Keep reading to learn more.
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An old-fashioned spot that's been open since 1996, patrons flock to Oil Lamp for their incredibly fresh flavorful food served just like grandma used to make it.

Inside you will find a simple layout complete with checkered tablecloths and a long cafeteria-style case filled with every comfort food you could crave.
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Popular items include their meatloaf, pulled pork, fried chicken, and a wide array of sides from turnip greens and creamy mac and cheese.

But be sure to save room for dessert. The Amish are known for their unbeatable homemade baked goods and at Oil Lamp, you can expect a ton of pie choices like peanut butter cream and apple cinnamon.
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If you're looking for a clean and friendly restaurant that serves up reliably fresh and delicious food, be sure to add the Oil Lamp Restaurant to your list of places to try.

Oil Lamp Restaurant is open every day of the week from 11 am until 8 pm and unfortunately, Oil Lamp is closed Saturdays and Sundays. To learn more, be sure to check out their official site here or Facebook page here.

Address: 401 General Courtney Hodges Blvd, Perry, GA 31069.

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