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This is a popular old place. Mainly meat options with sides. Had the brisquet sandwich and I did not lije the taste of the meat. The pinto beans lack seasoning and were very salty. Their black and wheat breads were very good. This bread was...More
We were en route from Fredericksburg to Waco and stopped here for lunch on a weekday. The parking lot was busy, but we didn't have a long wait inside. We sampled the turkey sausage, and it was delicious, but I really wanted brisket, so that's...More
Visited Llano for two weeks in February and received recommendations to try Inman's BBQ. Went late in the afternoon and were totally disappointed.
Tried the 'famous' turkey sausage, ribs, and brisket. Seemed like all was ready to eat at noon and had spent the afternoon...More
Just off the main road with plenty of parking. There was no line which was great. Our first time in and the lady was super nice, gave us a sample of the turkey sausage which we both ordered as it was so good. Delicious coleslaw,...More
Everyone knows about Coopers in Llano, but Inman's is better. Nice atmosphere, good meat, slaw and beans, nice staff. Their sauce is a little bitter than other places, but still good. "Skinny" plates available as well as sandwiches. Top it off with a great piece...More
I was finally able to eat at Inmans as I did not know their schedule. They are open off season Wednesday through Saturday and during season they are also open on Sunday. I tried a combo plate of pork loin and spicy turkey sausage. The...More
My family and I made our 'mandatory' stop at Inman's today during our visit with my mother, who lives in the Llano area. Over 20 years ago, we had our first 'taste' of Inman's Turkey sausage while visiting family in the area, as Inman's came...More
We stopped on our way out to Mason, TX. Our goal was to try the turkey sausage, which we did. But it wasn’t the highlight. The brisket, homemade white bread, vinegar coleslaw and beans are great. The brisket is not too fatty, not too dry....More