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Taste of the Triad is a much talked about restaurant serving food like grandma used to cook. It is good old southern cooking, in large portions and delicious flavors. Owned by Sabrina Wingo, who wishes to create a memorable dining experience through original art, murals and live music, the restaurant already has a large following and great reviews. Mentioned often is the southern comfort and friendly “like family” service. Cafeteria style service.
Entrees include, Fried Whiting, Turkey Necks, Meatloaf, Beef Ribs, Chitterlings and Rice, Baked chicken, Fried Pork Chop, and Oxtails and Rice.
Weekday Lunch Specials
Weekday Lunch Specials are Pork Chop Sandwich, Fish Sandwich (Whiting), Veggie Plate, 2 Wings, and a Cheeseburger.
You’ll find extras like Catfish sandwich, Croaker Sandwich and Chicken Salad. There is also Mac & Cheese, Collard and Cabbage Mix and Fried Okra, along with other sides. And let’s not forget the homemade desserts, like banana pudding.
Where Are They?
- 4320 Old Walkertown Road, Winston-Salem, NC
- Tues-Fri, 11:30 am-7:00 pm
- Sun, 11:30 am-6:00 pm
- Closed Mon & Sat
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