Oil Lamp Restaurant in Perry, Georgia
Oil Lamp Restaurant
401 General Courtney Hodges
Open Monday to Friday
from 11 - 8 pm
Wednesday from 11 - 2 pm
Country fried steak, cornbread, squash
casserole, and green beans (July 17, 2013)
Fried chicken breast with black-eyed peas,
cheese casserole, and a roll (July 08, 2013)
Fried catfish is on the menu on Fridays. Shown with squash casserole, carrot
casserole, and cornbread. Hushpuppies were also available. (September 28, 2012)
A good dessert choice is the apple pie topped with caramel (August 30, 2011)
The Oil Lamp Restaurant is a cafeteria serving country cooking.
It has been in Perry since 1996, but moved to a new location in the
summer of 2009. New hours were added as well, so evening meals are
now an option. It is as a good place for family dining and is an
easy stop off I-75. The Oil Lamp is also close to the Georgia
National Fairgrounds & Agricenter.
There are usually at least three entrees that may include shredded roast beef, fried chicken, meat loaf, shredded ham, turkey, or fried fish. At the start of the cafeteria line, a salad bar is an menu option. Desserts include a variety of homemade pies and sometimes cake.
Directions from I-75, exit 135: go east for 0.2 miles and then turn left on General Courtney Hodges Blvd. Go 0.3 miles and the Oil Lamp will be on the left (north) side.