Biscuits and gravy tasted bland, the chicken tenders was bad. The fries was just as bad. Make stuff home made
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Have eaten here for 20 plus years. The Texas hash was once a great thing. Not so much anymore. Keisers has lots of "hometown" choices, and all are good. They once had a Great fish fry friday and it is the same as it always...More
This is an old standby for the city of Lowell. It has an extensive menu, fairly plain food, but mostly well prepared. Weekend breakfast is particularly popular. They recently updated their carpeting. A good place for breakfast or lunch.
Stopped in here for a quick lunch. Place had a decent crowd, sign says wait to be seated but the lady told us to pick wherever. Sat down and the booth was dirty so we moved and the next booth was dirty as well. I...More
first the sign says please be seated not please wait to be seated secondly im sure she was joking around with you about the sugar in the tea ,if your mushrooms were cold we most certainly would have made you new ones and the fries...More
A few of us meet there before golf. Good food, fast service and very personable waitress. It will be on our go to list when we are in the area again.
First visit and from out of town. Looking for a good breakfast. Stopped in one night. Waitress was friendly enough. Cut into omelet and watched oil ooze out. First and last time I was there.
Keiser's is like a thousand other small family-run restaurants in Mid-America. What's not to love about a friendly staff, daily chalk-board specials and decor that's all home-made, in the best sense of the word? You walk in and you're at home. The crowd mostly knows...More