Texas--themed barbecue chain provides carnivores with a family-friendly spot for a hand-cut steak or rack of tender ribs.. In Short With dozens of locations spread across most of the country, this faux-roadhouse chain has become a dependable spot for families in search of a casual spot for affordable steaks and down-home comfort fare. The playful menu is dotted with kid-friendly titles (chicken "critters," "road kill" chopped sirloin) and options (add caramel and marshmallow to a baked sweet potato for a dollar). In-house hand-cut steaks come in a plethora of cuts and sizes.
I wrote a review and I take it you losers don't like the truth.A manager took a p and returned to the kitchen without washing his hands,I take it you don't want the public to know this,tell me how much does texas roadhouse bribe you to keep negative feedback about their filthy managers out of this site.
Steaks are tough.
After disappointment in the Sirloin Steaks the past three visits my husband and I decided to try the New York Strip Steaks. Again the staff was great, salads were good, ribs were good as well as the potatoes, however the steaks were a big disappointment. More than half of our steaks were fat and grissle. The meat was served room temperature, not hot. From our last four experiences it would seem that the quality or the grade of the meat has changed. Unfortunatly it is probably time to consider another steakhouse.
Best Steakhouse I've been to in Utah.
My husband and I eat at Texas Roadhouse quite often. We have yet to have a bad experience and recommend this place to all of our friends and family. I have had their ribs, steaks, fish and chicken and everything has always tasted great! The place is packed on weekend evenings, but well worth the wait. My husband usually go around 4 if we can any day of the week. We've always had great service and plan to continue going there. I've had Ruby River's steak and it's ok (not much better than my own),but it's nothing compared to Texas Roadhouse. Texas Roadhouse's Ribs are to die for!
BEST DAMN RIBS ANYWHERE!.
TEXAS ROADHOUSE HAS THE BEST RIBS AND I MEAN THE BEST! THEY JUST FALL OFF THE BONE. THEY ARE SO TENDER. THEIR BBQ SAUCE IS AWESOME. DON'T GO TO THIS PLACE IF YOU DON'T LIKE ALOT OF NOISE. IT IS A VERY NOISY PLACE. IT'S A FUN ATMOSPHERE. THE EMPLOYEES LINE DANCE TO THE CHATAHOOCHEE WHICH IS A VERY ENTERTAINING THING! CAN'T STRESS HOW WONDERFUL THOSE RIBS ARE! SERVICE CAN BE SLOW DEPENDING ON WHEN YOU GO BUT IT'S WORTH THE WAIT. VERY REASONABLY PRICED.
Don't order the chicken.
My in-laws were in town and we decided on Texas Roadhouse for dinner because they had great experiences at the Denver and CA locations. We were all disappointed. I assume that if they can cook a cow they can cook a chicken. Not so at this restaurant. I ordered the grilled barbecue chicken and received what appeared to be (at least in taste and texture) the sole of a shoe slathered in BBQ sauce. It was burnt and very dry. My dinner companions had better success with the steak and pork, but we all commented on the small portions of the side dishes. I had always heard that they did things BIG in Texas. I was glad Dad was paying for the meal. We don't plan on going back to this Texas Roadhouse location, though we may try the one in CA