4.5 based on 219 reviews
Friendly service. Excellent food. Down home, country fair that melts in your mouth. No matter what you order, you will make an exceptional choice. The breakfast menu, especially the cinnamon roll French toast, has unique selections. But, no matter what you do, you MUST SAVE ROOM FOR DESSERT. the pies and cookies melt in your mouth. You’ll want to take some home.
4.5 based on 124 reviews
If you are into FRIED pickles, FRIED onion rings, FRIED corn nuggets, FRIED... you get the picture. The spicy ketchup is good as are the burgers. But, don't plan on eating healthy here. There is a salad offered, but it is not the best.
4.5 based on 267 reviews
Wife and I ate here when they first opened and where not impressed. We notice that Fresco's had been voted best Mexican Restaurant in Burleson by poll in the local newspaper. So thought we would give them another try. My wife ordered the tortilla soup,she said it was very good. I ordered the tamale lunch. The tamale its self was good but didn't care for the toppings. Both of us did not like the chips and salsa. Service was good except for our waitress had this nasty thing hanging out here nose. We were both offended. We want be back.
4.5 based on 392 reviews
This is down-home fried chicken and fixings! My favorite fried chicken will always be my mom's, but Babe's is next in line! If you're looking for healthy, there is a smoked chicken on the menu, but the rest of the main dishes are fried. And if you're going to break your healthy diet, this fried chicken is worth it. The fried chicken is moist on the inside, crispy and flavorful on the outside. The mashed potatoes are seasoned. I'm not usually a fan of white gravy, but I make an exception for Babe's gravy. The corn is good. The green beans are my least favorite dish. The salad comes with a dressing on it that is slightly sweet without being overwhelming. The biscuits are flaky and delicious (I like a little butter and honey on mine). All the sides are served family style and are refilled if you want more. It is impossible to leave this place hungry.
4.5 based on 138 reviews
Very family oriented place. Wide open dining, tables and Booths. Wait staff is attentive but not overbearing. Food was prompt and hot. The food quality is a 4/5, and the quantity is a 5/5. Prices are EXTREMELY family friendly, with no entrée over $12.99. Don't let the reasonable prices fool you. Very tasty, well-seasoned and if you leave hungry, you ordered from the appetizer menu. Finally, if you pass by the desserts, mistake, BIG mistake. Look for the Reeses' cheesecake!
4.5 based on 49 reviews
I love this place. We've been going here for probably a few years now. Around the time it opened. You can tell this family is no rookie when it comes to Italian. They have the best marinara anywhere south or west of New York. And even then I'd put my money on Little Brothers. I'm a huge fan of traditional Sicilian pizza and this guy"s got the sauce NAILED. It's so delicious. The only thing missing - in my opinion - when it comes to Sicilian pizza is it's too light on the oregano but I'm used to oregano so thick you'd swear you were eating a pesto pizza. I don't recommend leaning that way because this is Texas and if cilantro was oregano you could go crazy but oregano is oregano and I don't think my fellow Texans would be ready for it. It's like beans in chili....that day will likely never come in Texas but that's what makes Texas great. It's it's own culture and it's the best there is.
Long story short, best pizza I've had outside New York and I'm confident you won't be disappointed - or - find better. Just get you some oregano flakes if you're looking for the real Sicilian deal. I'll carry the stuff around in my pocket just to I'm ready to have the best pizza the south has to offer. And nothing makes me happier than to live 10 minutes from this place.
Absolutely delicious....see for yourself.
4.5 based on 56 reviews
Off the beaten path but on the well travelled road for many. It's worth a stop to enjoy some of the better BBQ's around. Not fancy just good.
4.5 based on 40 reviews
Welcome to The Catch! We are a fast-casual seafood restaurant located in Burleson, Texas. We've got many great New Orleans style favorites including our famous gumbo, boiled crawfish, oysters, fried fish, fried shrimp, etouffee, red beans, grits, hush puppies and more. We also serve free draft beer and margaritas with your meal, every day! Come by and see us!
We took a 40 min drive down to Burleson and found this gem of all places in a strip shopping center. The place was small and really clean. The seafood was amazing! I started with the gumbo, a rich dark roux, thick with spices, shrimp, sausage and crawfish...then on to the whitefish tacos...generous filets fried lightly (not greasy) with fresh tortillas n a mildly sweet crunchy slaw. My husband had the jumbo shrimp basket, and it did not disappoint. We will go back. Oh and for the drinkers.... free beer n margaritas
4 based on 109 reviews
Was at this restaurant for a wedding rehearsal dinner. The meal was FABULOUS! My favorite was the ribs...the meat just fell off the bone. I'd never had fried okra before so this was a great introduction to this southern favorite. Great restaurant!
4 based on 76 reviews
We had carry-out from the Porch. I thought it was OK but my wife didn't like it at all.
My brother-in-law ordered and bought the burgers for him and his wife and me and my wife. It was the "Porch Burger" that had a burger patty, ham, Turkey, american cheese, swiss cheese, and a kind of weird batter-dipped and deep fried piece of bacon. The bacon was very chewy and impossible to take a bite of without the whole think sliding out of the burger and flopping down onto your chin. After 2 tries, I took it off and ate it separately.
It was a really big burger and I guess not a bad price but I wouldn't buy it again because it turned into a sloppy mess that fell apart before it could be eaten.
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