Wildflower Eatery

The Wildflower Eatery, located at Cumming Station, is a very quaint cafe featuring healthy, organic salads, homemade soups, and several creative and traditional sandwich and burger choices. It is family owned and operated and they prepare your delicious meal as quickly as possible. Offering both sit-down and to-go eating, the Wildflower is an excellent stop for breakfast or lunch.


During my first visit to the Wildflower, I had the chicken salad sandwich, rivaled by no other I have had in my life, accompanied by some of the best homemade French fries I have ever tasted.

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Julie Brennen, Adam Pendleton, My Forsyth photographer, and Wendy
Corona, from WSB TV Channel 2 at Wildflower enjoying pimento burgers.

I also had a bite of the pimento cheese burger my lunch date ordered — as one who has never much liked the taste of pimento, this burger was phenomenal. It needed no condiments, no additives, no additional seasonings. It was bursting with flavor.

They also offer convenient take-home packs of my favorites: chicken salad, deluxe pimento cheese and roasted garlic hummus.

I liked their food so much I visited Wildflower Eatery again, and decided to try their chicken breast sandwich. Once again, I was very pleased. The sandwich was simple, fresh and flavorful.

The owners take pride in using only the finest, freshest ingredients to prepare food that is consistently delicious. And it is obvious they do.

Flood artist teaching Bush to paintThe eatery also features beautiful paintings by local artist Bonnie Flood. The name may sound familiar as Flood recently spent time teaching President George W. Bush how to paint.

It is always a pleasure to support local restaurants, and the Wildflower Eatery offers great food at great prices, and should be experienced by anyone traveling through Cumming. Stop by when you have a chance and taste the difference.

Located at 125 Tribble Gap Road, Cumming, GA 30040 — 678-455-5556 www.WildflowerEatery.com
Open Monday through Friday 8-3

While in Cumming, grab some delicious chocolate here.

Also, don’t confuse this restaurant with a popular one in Alpharetta called Wildflour, which is on our list to Scoop soon!

Julie Brennan is a resident of Canton and is the publisher of My Forsyth magazine. A self-proclaimed foodie, she enjoys trying new restaurants with friends. She may be reached at julie@marketcomple.com.