A staple here on the South side of Indianapolis is one of the best places I know to get a tenderloin sandwich. They’re huge, delicious and hand made, along with hand-dipped onion rings and homemade root beer.
I’ve been going to Edward’s since I was a teen. It’s family owned, and they still have curb side service. The entire restaurant has a 50’s theme, it opened in 1957, with a working juke box and light up pictures of Elvis, Marilyn Monroe and others. There’s nothing fancy here, just old fashioned good food. They’ve even had a spot on National TV when they were visited by Adam Richmond.
This place holds a lot of nostalgia for me and my family. Hopefully, if you near the south side of Indianapolis you’ll stop by Edward’s and grab something deep fried, hot and delicious!!
Enjoy a little nostalgia~Bam
P.S. Don’t forget the mushrooms!