The food was great here. Wonderful staff, as well as a comfortable atmosphere. I would recommend this place to EVERYONE!
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Fried chicken tasteless. Canned green beans with as much dried onions as beans. Did not like the red wine or apple cider vinegar doused lettuce wedges. The mash potatoes were bland but real potatoes. Cottage cheese was good. Apple butter was good. Bread was from...More
Our niece's family are in town while their two daughters recovery from transplant surgery. They've been through and still have a few weeks of watching and waiting. The family is staying in an extended-stay hotel near the hospital. We invited them to dinner and the...More
For an excellent family style dinner & wonderful service, this is your place. For any special celebration or any reason to dine out for a delicious Sunday or anytime dinner, this is your place. I've enjoyed the Iron Skillet for many years & I am...More
My aunts took me here 2 celebrate 2 milestones in my life, graduating college and turning the big 40. The staff was wonderful, polite & very nice. The food was delicious and hot. I will be back.
Went with my son after a track meet at Marian University. Every thing is served family style in 4 courses. We had the delious fried chicken. Recommend ordering it when you make your reservation. They cook it up fresh and it takes 20 minutes. The...More
Kid and I were rolling through Indy on a Sunday; hit the Skillet for early dinner. Lingering families were finishing huge repasts in their post-church finery as we were ushered into the rear dining room (with a commanding view of the grounds) by a dapper-suited...More
This is the first time for me to eat at the Iron Skillet, so I was uncertain of the service we would receive. I arranged a surprise 90th Birthday Party for my Aunt Betty last night. She had always talked about how special this place...More
We come here recently as an alternative to Hollyhock Hill. We like the atmosphere, the staff and the food. Unfortunately it's about a 45 minute drive which is about twice as far. But that being said we think it's worth the drive.