I can highly recommend the pork chops. This was probably the largest pork chop I ever ate. It wasn't dry. It was moist and very tasty. I loved it. The only drawback is their beer. They don't have draft beers.
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I was in town for 5 nights and ate at The Roaring Fork three times. The green chili pork belly appetizer is mouthwatering good. I would eat this anytime of the day! Writing about it is making my mouth water. I enjoyed the trout and...More
We started at the bar with a bottle of wine and appetizers. Excellent wine and good food. We then had carnivals. Oh my, the pork was Melissa in your mouth delicious and the quacamole and black beans were great. No room for dessert as their...More
Six of us arrived at 630 to have dinner before an 8:00 show at the Paramount. Made reservations 3 weeks prior with Open Table and Andy called to confirm reservation the day of. Very reassuring when you have a large group and a time limit....More
We thought this was more of a steakhouse but they weren't. My wife wanted a filet but not bacon wrapped. She asked if they could do without the bacon. The answer was no. How hard would it have been to take the bacon off the...More
We had a delicious lunch of fresh salads and specialty sandwiches. The sirloin salad was a favorite. Our waiter/bartender, Keith, made us feel welcome and gave us some good tips on "must dos" while visiting Austin. He was very knowledgeable about the menu and drink...More
We arrived a few minutes early for our reservation and got seated immediately. Our waiter was attentive and personable - not phony! The mussels & chorizos appetizer was wonderful. I had rainbow trout and my husband had the striped bass (special). They comped us a...More