Probably would not stop again but it is a truck stop so no real expectations. Cheap. Cup of chili, cup of soup, Salisbury steak with gravy. Soup was good, chili bland. Took forever to get served.
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After driving by here several times, we decided to stop for lunch. It was around noontime and the restaurant was filling up. We sat down at a booth, and waited. And then waited some more. Another couple came in, got their menus and then their...More
Dropped in for a sandwich and a bowl of chili... fast service, decent food at a modest price. Not a place to go out of your way to visit, but a good spot to grab a bite when traveling.
We stopped for dinner after a long day on the road. The entire experience was wonderful! I am English so it was a new experience for me to eat at a truck plaza and I am so happy I did! The lady who served us...More
Stopped REAL quick to get a burger too go. Ordered my food paid my bill game waitress 5.00 tip for a to go order and literally sat there watching my food get cold for almost 10 minutes while she ignored me the whole time. Thank...More
These type of roadside grills are nearly extinct. There are far too many fast food joints dotting the exits along every traveled hwy. Red Onion is located in Jimmy's travel center along I-10 in Lee, Fl.. And, it's old school all the way. The decor...More
This is a place you would probably drive by. It is attached to a gas station/truck stop. It is a down-home style diner with excellent old fashioned, home cooked meals.
My husband & I stopped here before we hit the road for Tennessee for work and although I only live 35 minutes from here I had never been before. I wasn't disappointed. I had the pattie melt and it was probably the best I've had...More
The food was good. The 10 layer chocolate cake was not the best I've had, but it was still good. This is a nice little place to grab a bite to eat right off of I10.