Thought I'd stop on the way to the range. Ordered 2 over medium, grits, biscuits and gravy. Eggs cooked like I like, but the grits were a little watered down. I could say the same for the gravy as well.
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Had varied choices of meals with selection of vegetables. Generous portions of food at moderate prices. Very good chicken fried steak and fried chicken steak. Burgers are a meal. Lots of room and easy to get to off the Highway.
Really good hidden gem off of 80. Great steaks and great food. Hoping they stick around but they may have to advertise some. MoNot many of the locals even now they're there.
If you're passing by on Highway 80, do that, pass by. Before ordering the biscuits and gravy, twice I asked if the biscuits were fresh, and twice the answer was "YES". Fresh at Bull's Pen means pre-packaged dinner rolls disguised as biscuits and heated in...More
Went for lunch ordered Cowboy Quesadillas, Texas Queso, and Salmon Fillet. Should have known better than ordering fish in a steak house. The Queso was good, the rest not so good. Will find somewhere else if there again.
Enough of the leftovers.......who wants a steak? 3 chicken fried steaks and 1 rib-eye were eaten and no one complained at all. The steak soup was very tasty also.
I still am unsure whether it was the seasoning or just poor cooking, but this food was not good at all. My husband ordered shrimp and steak with mashed potatoes and rice. I had filet Mignon with mashed potatoes and creamed corn. We also ordered...More
I've eaten breakfast here and never been disappointed. I went old school for this dinner and had a delicious hamburger steak covered with onions, mushrooms and gravy. Wonderful! I love the western theme with beautiful saddles and pictures of their prize winning bulls! Service was...More
Came for breakfast, our first time to eat here. Service was incredibly slow--it took at least ten minutes just to get a coffee, 20-25 minutes to get our food (there were only two of us, and our orders were not complicated). The food, however, was...More