Richfield in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Takeout. Discover best restaurants in Richfield with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4.5 based on 227 reviews
A friend suggested eating lunch there. We pulled up into what appeared to be a warehouse storage area. She said, have faith. From the outside, I expected a mom/pop/greasy spoon. I was so wrong. The atmosphere was a 180 from the exterior. The waitstaff were all we could ask for with regards to attention. She answered our questions completely and made appropriate suggests. We all ordered different meals and traded tastes with all of us making humming noises indicating food contentment. Personally, I urge you to try the lime ranch dressing on any salad. Can't wait to stop the next time we are on a road trip to the east.
4 based on 60 reviews
Checked this place out during our trip going to Colorado. The place is very clean and spacious.
The wife had the Italian "panini and a chocolate shake. I had a "piggy panini " and a vanilla shake. Ordered at the counter and delivered promptly to our table.
Both items and shakes very good.
4 based on 294 reviews
The customer service was the best that I had ever witnessed. They were slammed with people, and the still had a place to sit. The food was the best that I had had in a really long time. It was well priced too. It was delicious. If people tell you that the food was terrible, than, they are haters, because this was the best place to eat in Richfield.
4 based on 174 reviews
Attractive looking cafe although all the clocks being set at different times was perhaps deliberate so you couldn't be sure just how slow the service really was! Nice omelettes though and good hash browns. Go for the breakfast but only if you're not in a hurry.
4.5 based on 56 reviews
Real meat, not processed deli stuff. We cut it fresh every day. Ken also smokes all of our smoked meats in house. We pride ourselves on high quality food. We will make food snobs out of you all.
I absolutely loved the sandwich. Carolina Gold BBQ sauce and coleslaw brought it all together. You won't be disappointed.
4 based on 201 reviews
We stayed one night in the hotel next door and Steve's Steakhouse was recommended by the front desk staff. We got the food to go, since it had been a long day. All the items we ordered - salmon, steak tips and kid's mac and cheese - were delicious and well prepared. The two entrees came with a salad and excellent fresh rolls. Wish we lived closer so we could eat here all the time. We'll definitely be back next time we are in town.
4 based on 112 reviews
As it was one of the only "restaurants" open, we tried That place out.
One of the worst food since long long time.
We had the "chinese" chicken curry. I ate 2 pieces of chicken and left the rest of the dish. Super cheap quality of chicken, the sauce was sweet (when it was supposed to be spicyyy) and full of glutamate...
My girlfriend bas the prawn Alfredo pasta.. it was eatable but in term of pleasure or was close To zero.. .
So i would avoid That place.
4 based on 42 reviews
This was our second Costa Vida to eat at and it did not disappoint. Conveniently located off the highway, near some hotels, gas stations and a Home Depot. Tortillas are made fresh in front of you on this cool tortilla press. Guacamole is perfect, cilantro-lime rice is very tasty and tacos were good size and filling. I wish we had this place where I live. Better than Moe's or those types of places. Interior is bright and clean. Cheese quesadilla was not short on the cheese (unlike some places) and it was warm and gooey. Even my teenagers (picky eaters) loved this place.
3.5 based on 162 reviews
Convenient to our overnight stay next door. Ordered 'sticky fingers', essentially chicken tenders, with sauce on the side. Seven year old who it was for did not like them and she normally loves chicken tenders (esp at Chic-fil-a)! I thought they were fine! Not great but edible. We also ordered guacamole, chips & salsa. Unfortunately, I did not realize they would put the guac & salsa in the same to go container. Or that chips would be sprinkled with cayenne pepper. Again, its a choice at most places that serve this our 7 yr old would normally eat, but not when cayenne is on her chips or salsa in her guac! Extra walk to Costa Vida on the other side of the Fairfield resulted in our disappointing first choice of Wingers.
4 based on 35 reviews
This was my first time eating here, I had the street tacos, one asada and one chicken with a side of green sauce. They were very good and so was the chips and salsa. Can't wait to try something else.
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