Headed here for breakfast before leaving Wimberley. Great migas, omelettes and good down home breakfast. Friendly service but get there early because they get really busy on the weekend!
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Breakfast is super! The Huevos Rancheros and Migas....yum! Great burgers and fried okra, too. Pies look amazing, haven't had them, but if looks are any indication, you should try them. Daily specials seem popular. It's busy. Be prepared to wait at times. Homemade salsa is Terrific!
Sunday lunchtime is a busy busy time. Service was a little flakey at times & our waitress seemed a bit tired of it all. Taco salad nice. Toasted tuna sandwich very good. Prices very reasonable. So I'd give it an average: good value food with ok service.
One of my favorite venues in Wimberley. Whether I'm there with our motorcycle club or friends, the food never disappoints. This time, I took the grandkids, and they enjoyed their food. Portion sizes were appropriate for the kids. I ordered a side of fries, and we all got stuck into it. My soup was delicious.
The atmosphere is pretty cool here, old school small town Texas. The service is pretty good and the food okay. Not the greatest chicken fried steak, but the sides were good and the beer cold.
We stopped in yesterday for lunch. I had the green chili burger which was delicious. My wife had chopped salad, which was also wonderful. The staff was very friendly. In fact we enjoyed it so much, we went back today. I had the chicken fried chicken, and my wife had the burger. Both were excellent.
Took our out-of-town friends for a late lunch and sat outside, since it was a sunny day. Reuben-sequel sandwich was excellent, as was the Reuben. Chicken-fried chicken was great and squash casserole was inspired. Jessica was very attentive, even though she was busy. Lucky us, they still had rhubarb pie, always a treat. Fun visit on a beautiful afternoon.
We stood in line for a few minutes while staff also stood around...the people waiting behind us left after about 5 minutes. We waited about another 3-5 minutes before deciding we'd go somewhere that wanted our business. It was just so weird. There was plenty of seating and yet the hostess just milled about the restaurant. She at one point... More
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