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How can you mess up a BLT? You go light on the ingredients. There was not enough of the three ingredients to cover the slices of bread. Not terrible but not great either. My sister had the catfish and liked it. The place is old...and dumpy. Maybe I just ordered the wrong thing. I’d try somewhere else.More
We stopped in on our way to New Mexico. There were several locals in eating which is usually a good sign. We ordered the chicken fried steak lunch special. It was served very quickly. It was average not nearly as good as other small diners...where I have eaten.More
Stopped here on a trip from DFW to Crosbyton recently for breakfast. Definitely an older place when you walk in but some of the best breakfasts I have had are in small town cafes. Waitress said to sit anywhere. The smokers co-mingled with the non-smokers...so do keep that in mind. There were several ranchers and older gentlemen eating around me that engaged in some great conversation while I waited on my food. I ordered 3 eggs, over easy, hashbrowns and bacon well done, with toast. Portions were a bit small for my liking but the eggs were cooked just right along with the HBs and bacon. Service was quick and even though I just had water she kept my glass full. Would definitely recommend for a small town cafe breakfast!More
Ate here with family last week while traveling to a football game. I and daughter-in-law had the catfish special of the day ($8.09 +tx & tip). we both were offered fries or potato salad. We both ordered potato salad, we both got soggy fries. I...mentioned to the waitress the potato salad didn't look quite right. It went over her head. Being short on time, we ate the fries (ugh). My son ordered livers and gizzards ($8.99 +T & T), and as he said, "they were overly cooked". Burned would be more like it. Not a good eating experience. But then, you don't have many choices in this townMore
Ordered hamburger and onion rings to go. Hamburger thin and way overcooked. Edges were actually burned. Onion rings not at all good. Maybe oil was bad. To be fair, have had fairly decent burgers there before. Sadly though, have found food very inconsistent the few...times we've eaten there.More
We were looking for a place for breakfast, and this was about the only choice. Clean and friendly. Fast service. Ample parking. Definately a small town restaurant. Biscuits were hot and home made. I would definitely return.
We stopped here for dinner on our way back to Texas from Oklahoma and wish we would have considered any other place. The restaurant was extremely dirty even though there was only one other couple dining at the time we were there. We both ordered...the chicken fried steak and could hardly cut through all of the gristle. If the food had not ruined our appetite, all of the sneezing going on back in the kitchen would have. The salad was made with old lettuce which had already began to turn brown. The rolls were the only thing edible. A convenience store corn dog would have been more satisfying.More
In years past we have frequented The New Maverick Cafe. However, we no longer stop there. The actual wait staff is normally fairly good. Some have an attitude that is discouraging. We were eating one night and they began cleaning the CEILING FANS above where...we were eating. Dust and dirt flew all over our food and us! I believe they have a good lunch menu and most of the time the food was fairly good but it's just not worth taking the chance.More
We stopped in the New Maverick Cafe about 7:30 Monday evening. We had been driving several hrs and decided to eat dinner. We both ordered the bacon wrapped beef patty meal. When our food arrived we tasted the meat and it had a bad taste...and smell. My husband asked the waitress for a manager, she had just left. The waitress went out for the manager. The waitress said the manager would return at closing. We asked if we had to pay for the food, the waitress shrugged her shoulders, so we asked for a paper to leave a name and phone number for the manager, with the written complaint. When we reached our vehicle, the cook, a young high school boy yelled at us and said we were barred from the New Maverick Cafe and never come back. We went back inside asking if they smelled the meat? They argued that it was good and we served it all day and we are the first to complain about it. Does it matter that we were the first to complain? A complaint should be addressed by a mature manager, not a young high school boy. The waitress was crying when we came back inside. We were asking what we should do. We left name and number and are waiting on a call from the management. So is that good for business...More