Best Egg Rolls around, and very good hot and sour soup.
Nothing fancy here, but the Chinese is above average for Memphis.
This is the best Mexican in town, since El Chico closed.
food is good, potions are on the small side
Excellent friendly service. Cool, small, European-feel to the restaurant. DELICIOUS food. Excellent quality dishes, and from all local products. Highly recommended.
They cater my church's Wednesday night dinner (Orthodox Christian, so we don't eat meat, fish, or dairy on Wednesday, Friday, or during a fasting period like lent) and it was very good. You won't mistake their burger for the real thing, but as veggie burgers go, it was probably the best I've had.
The Silver Caboose is conveniently located on Collierville's square where there is very good parking. The atmosphere is inviting, the service is good, and the food is tasty. This is good restaurant for everyone;however, the menu seems to favor women's tastes. It's not a man's meat and potatoes place, but it does serve home cooked dishes which everyone enjoys, especially turnip greens, cornbread, chicken & dumplings, and chicken on cornbread covered with gravy, a.k.a. The Lacey Special. Take someone with you to lunch at the Silver Caboose.
Can't quit give this place 5 starts but the food has always been really good. They have a great beer selection!
If I had to recommend one improvement it's e the menu... everything they have is OK but I tend to order the same one or two dishes. The other items just don't grab me.
I suspect the truth lies between the two above reviews. I've never had a bad meal here. It's a bit "foo-foo" for my tastes but my wife loves it.
The beer selection is decent. They have 1 or 2 good craft brews and they also serve the Bud/Busch garbage for those that like it.
Wait staff are always really nice.
The food is bar fare but it's a bar so what do you want? Actually, the food is much better than other similar places.
The beer selection is what draws me. It really gives Flying Saucer a run for its money. That alone would rate it 4-5 stars.
Factor is the food and it rates 3.5 but I'll round up in this case.
Much of the food is average but if you know what to order it can be great. It's not always consistent so a dish that's terrific one night might be so-so the next. That said, when they get it right they really serve up a great meal. Try the hot-and-sour soups or the tofu with lemongrass.
Attitude has always been and will always be unfriendly. They're know for that and I ignore it.
Another great pizza place.
Great food but extremely crowded. Word got out about this place now it's impossible to get in on a Fri/Sat night.
Great little hole-in-the-wall. Falafil is wonderful. Kinda dirty at times but no deal killer.
Great pizza place; makes the chains look like their serving dirt on asphalt shingles.
They could beef up the beer menu but what they have is decent.
Great food and interesting beer selection. The waiter was a little goofy and kept trying to get in on our conversations but went away when shooed. All-in-all a great place!
This is a really fun place. I don't sing karaoke, but it is entertaining to watch, listen and dance. Some ppl are REALLY good, some REALLY bad, but they get up end do it and it's entertaining! Very good servers. People come in from all over. Excellent system for singing. Best time to get there is about 9pm!
Drink prices are about average.
Roll in on a laid-back night, order a Dark & Stormy (rum+ginger beer) or a cold Red Stripe, get the cabbage or spinach appetizer, have another drink, enjoy the music - usually reggae but always interesting, then savor the incredible Kingston Fish Stew. More drinks, then bread pudding. What's not to like? Live music on Wednesdays, closes at 8 on weeknights.
Love, love and Howard's the best chef
We've been going to this restaurant for almost 2 years. They had stuffed bell peppers which we picked up for my elderly motherinlaw. Coach was so personable we kept coming back each time trying something different. Signed on to their newsletter and their fresh and different specials on Fri and Sat were amazing. They really try hard to please. You can bring your own wine. Portions are large. Angelhair pasta with shrimp is my favorite along with homemade bread. Their inhouse italian dressing is the best! It's just a matter of time before they go bigtime!!
Awesome tuna appetizer and a wonderful shrimp and grits. Didn't try the sushi but it looked amazing!
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