We are English and were touring in the Mid West in early September, staying in North Salt Lake City for two nights. We were recommended toTexas Roadhouse by our hotel and arrived at 7 on a busy Saturday night. Told that we would probably have to wait for half an hour or so for a table, we saw a dozen other people already waiting so we found a seat elsewhere. Within five minutes we had been invited to occupy two bar stools that had just become vacant. John, the enthusiastic bartender highly recommended the barbecued ribs. Knowing that American helpings are enormous, I ordered half a rack and my wife ordered a curry. As we had to wait for the meals to be cooked I was brought three ribs as a taster of what was to come. I have to say that the ribs were the finest I have tasted anywhere and they so fell off the bone that the discarded ribs looked as if they had been sandblasted. I passed my effusive complements to the chef saying that he was a bloody genius. Unfortunately unable to eat any more, we had to pass up the dessert but John pressed us to take a carton with a cheesecake as a gift and which my wife tucked into the next day. We cannot recommend this Texas Roadhouse highly enough. We were taken ahead of the queue, royally treated, and given a delightful meal. We of course came back to eat the following night and regret we couldn't have stayed longer.
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