Oil Lamp Restaurant in Perry, Georgia



Oil Lamp Restaurant
  Oil Lamp Restaurant
401 General Courtney Hodges
Perry, Georgia
Phone: 478-988-2643
Open Monday to Friday
from 11 - 8 pm
except on
Wednesday from 11 - 2 pm



Shredded ham dinner

The Oil Lamp's baked ham is shredded with a pineapple glaze. Shown
with Southern zipper peas, a biscuit, and cabbage.  (September 15, 2016)



Fried chicken dinner

Fried chicken breast with broccoli cheese casserole,
homemade roll, and black-eyed peas (August 29, 2016)



Catfish dinner

Fried catfish with hushpuppies and tartar sauce is on the menu on Fridays.
Shown with squash casserole and Forkhook lima beans  (March 18, 2016)




Turkey dinner

Turkey with gravy and cornbread dressing are usually on the menu on Thursdays  (July 16, 2015)



Southern meatloaf dinner

Meatloaf with squash casserole, green beans, and cornbread  (March 18, 2016)



Apple pie topped with caramel

A good dessert choice is the apple pie topped with caramel  (August 30, 2011)



 French coconut pie

French coconut pie (August 28, 2015)



The Oil Lamp Restaurant is a cafeteria serving country cooking. It has been in Perry since 1996, but moved to a new location and was decorated with a tractor theme 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 four 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.

The Oil Lamp owner Judy Wenger was raised as a Mennonite as a child, so her cooking style reflects this upbringing. But this is not an Amish Mennonite restaurant.

Oil Lamp daily menu (from May 2017)


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.

This page last updated on July 13, 2017