Oklahoma March 13, 2018
This Restaurant Way Out In The Oklahoma Countryside Has The Best Doggone Food You’ve Tried In Ages
Cooked from scratch meals are hard to come by these days when dining out, but that’s not the case at Jincy’s Kitchen in Quails, Oklahoma. This small town restaurant might be way out in the countryside, but they have the best doggone (homemade) food you’ve tried in ages.
Travel down Quails Road (south of Tahlequah) for about 7 miles until you see the sign for Jincy's Kitchen. When the pavement ends, you've arrived at Jincy's (31392 South Quails Road).
The restaurant is family-owned and housed in an old general store. It might be located in the middle of the countryside, but we promise the drive will be worth it.
You might actually recognize it from a scene in the movie, "Where the Red Fern Grows." It looks the same as it did in the movie, except the color has changed from white to red.
This small town restaurant is a local favorite. If you visit them during their busy seasons (spring and summer) be prepared for an hour or two wait.
There's nothing fancy about this place, so come as you are and enjoy a laid-back comfort meal. You'll notice the items on the interior walls that were left over from the general store. They are all so interesting and nostalgic!
Everything (except the fried okra) is homemade at Jincy's Kitchen. From the biscuits and gravy to the mashed potatoes and rolls, everything is fresh and delicious.
The menu has several offerings, including chicken fried steak, chicken fried chicken and chicken fried pork. Basically, they know how to fry anything to perfection.
And you have to try the pan fried chicken...it's just like grandma used to make it!
Even the desserts are made fresh daily. Check out this pecan pie topped with vanilla ice cream. Doesn't it look delicious?
Jincy's Kitchen is open Friday from 5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m., Saturday from 8:00 a.m. -9:00 p.m. and Sunday from 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Have you ever visited Jincy’s Kitchen in Qualls, Oklahoma? If so, what did you think about it?
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