But at $75 for two I can get a far better steak across the river. Salad good, my wife's favorite. Great fries. Heard tamales are excellent. But if I'm gonna pay that kind of money for steak it ought to taste better. It was very...More
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We met our daughter in Little Rock,while she was there on business, and chose Doe's for lunch. The place is a dive, but in a good way, and the place was pretty full. We got burgers, a chicken sandwich, and each had a tamale with...More
You get a massive steak, no really get a 3 pound T-Bone and its wonderful. Not much other than salt and pepper on it. Oh and do your self a favor and get the tamales. I though I was in back in San Antonio when...More
This is a dive -- unaffected and authentic. Upon entering, there is a main dining area. Then if you go back, almost into the kitchen, go left and there's another dining room, and two outdoor areas. I had dinner. Most meals consist of massive slabs...More
Got the 3LB T-Bone, ordered medium and came out well done. Hard, chewy and lacked flavor. Filled up on the French Fries, should tell you something about the main course.
Ordered the catfish platter which is usually outstanding. The catfish was cut up in nuggets. Several had plenty of fish in them but there were some that there was no fish to be eaten in. Everything else was good and service was good as usually.
The waiter was very nice and attentive . The meat is served Barbaric Style( big large T-bone steak , no flavor , no seasoning at all, it's just cooked on grill , placed on a big platter and served with your sides. They really do...More
The location is in a sketchy area, but they had a security guard out front. Inside is pretty rundown, but clean. The steak (filet) was delicious, but the sides were pretty underwhelming. It's a bit pricey. My 8 ounce filet mignon was $36. It comes...More