Closed, gone, sold, garage sale, it is no more. Understand the property has been sold to another restaurant chain. Cannot wait to see what turns up. Comfort needs good places to eat.
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Sad, but true. We attempted to go there for dinner on a recent Saturday night, however it was closed. We asked around town and all the locals said it was closed for good. It was fun while it lasted and we will miss the chicken...More
This long time establishment recently closed its doors. Guess it was time for the owner to retire. A recent garage sale of the contents proves it likely may not be reopened.
We had a group of 8. We enjoyed good food. Good Jaegersnitzel (pork covered with mushrooms and good brown sauce), chicken Ponchitrain (sp?) and catfish Ponchitrain (sp?) good sauces and friendly service. After we were through, it literally took us an hour to get our...More
Great place for a burger and German food. Always love good German food options. Family oriented too and the atmosphere was fun.
Was recommended to us to try this place. Couldn't initially find the entrance and the outside didn't look real good. BUT, the catfish buffet with dirty rice, pinto beans, coleslaw, cucumbers, iced tea and bread pudding were all very good. It is an extremely casual...More
The lunch buffet is what everyone goes for at Guenther's. Low prices with lots of home style cooking. Be prepared to wait in line on Fridays for the fried catfish. Everyday is a different menus on the buffet. Closed on Sunday and Monday.
There aren't many restaurant choices in comfort. This place is quaint but others might be a better choice. The building is quaint but the german food is average. The tea was marginal at best. Biggest difficulty I had were the owners kids running around barefooted...More
This restaurant was recommended to us by some other people staying at the same B&B. It is definitely interesting. You walk in and are not sure if it is the front door, a garage, their kids play area.... and then once you go in, it...More