Despite its strange name, we were impressed with this restaurant. The salsa was particularly good, with the right amount of kick. The place was quiet, clean, and friendly. It was the perfect ending to a day on the interstate.
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After a long day of crowded interstates, we stopped in for supper. The place was empty so we enjoyed a quiet meal. The food was quite good, particularly the salsa, which had a nice kick to it. The restaurant's location isn't ideal, as it's hidden...More
Mexican food is in abundance but this one is a gym. The service was slow but the food, atmosphere, and value made up for it. Located just right off hwy7.
This is a small chain. Lots of seating. Food & service were excellent. Hint: Lunch entrees on back of menu ARE available anytime for only $1.00 more. We enjoyed it.
Compared to what we are used to in Houston, it's sub-par. I suspect none of the food is prepared from scratch. I had the tacos al carbon and figure the meet came fresh from a frozen package and prepared in the microwave. The salsa -...More
Four of us stopped in for dinner after 7pm traveling through the state. Very conveniently located next to the Hamptom where we stayed overnight so we could walk to the restaurant. The restaurant was almost empty. The service was outstanding....prompt, cordial & polite. The margaritas...More
I highly recommend this restaurant. The chips and salsa were delicious--just as good as Chili's, which is the best in my opinion. The service was fast and courteous.
I don't know what has happened to this location, but the food is disgusting. The Texarkana Tamollys is really good. My last 2 visits was awful, couldn't even eat it. Food tasted spoiled, especially the beef fajita meat. Cheese sauce was funky, probably old too....More