If you are on a diet, this is not your place as fried and greasy food are the main items in the menu.
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My wife and I have been to Tin Roof many times over the years and it is consistently good. We've had no problems taking friends and family with us and we would highly recommend to anyone.
The food was really solid here. I had the sirloin sandwich with hoarse radish and potatoes bravas. I wish the horse radish was a little spicier, but beyond that, I'd go back here for sure. The average meal is about $11.00 which is very reasonable...More
Tin Roof became a favorite of ours that we frequented as we lived across the street. Mostly for dinner you would eat pasta with their unique house salad. Pasta Carbonara is delectable! Their brunch is really good too. Be sure to try the breakfast spaghetti!...More
went there with my family was great food happy we went was sat immediately, service was good my daughter is a picky eater the waiter made it fun for her very glad we went there
Great food, great service, mid to low atmosphere and way to hot. The meals we ordered were very good. They have some good specialty cocktails. He only grip is they need to start putting some money into the atmosphere and get that ac working like...More
Let me start out good. The server Melissa was very nice and very accommodating. But, the fried shrimp, could have been larger shrimp or more, for the price. The croquettes were not so good (inconsistent with the meat amout in each and not sure how...More
Tin Roof Grill was on my list of Triple D places so we stopped in for lunch and was greeted by an ebullient employee named Mike who asked how many in our party then told us to sit anywhere. Our meals consisted of the Chicken...More