We ate at Woody's recently and noticed the big sign that stated they had the world's best barbecue. My husband even commented that they would have to be pretty damn good to live up to that statement, well it was a joke. I've made better barbecues in my backyard for people I don't even like and weren't paying for their meal. It wasn't horrible but it wasn't anything better than average.
The full rack of ribs my husband had was a pretty small portion in relation to any other places he has ordered them. He knows his ribs and said they were on the lower end for taste in the majority of ribs he has tried throughout the city. They come to the table precut and with barely any meat on them.
I had the chicken breasts with cheese and bacon which is advertised as 2 large chicken breasts, it is really just 2 average size chicken breasts butterflied and therefore quite thin once cut. I had no problem with the size other than they shouldn't advertise the meals as being bigger than they are. ( I usually end up taking part of my meal home for lunch the following day ) They tasted fairly good though.
Our sides consisted of Okra in a spicy sauce and fried corn on the cob for my husband and I had the fried corn cobs and mashed potatoes. The okra was great according to my husband, the corn was ok but only slightly warm according to both my husband and myself. My mashed potatoes were room temperature at best.
Our waitress was great, personality wise although my empty drink did go unfilled indefinitely even though a different waiter refilled my husband's prior to my needing a refill. Asking if you can get me anything else once I've already finished my meal doesn't really help. The restaurant only had 5 tables occupied at the busiest time throughout our visit and I saw at least 3 people working the floor so it shouldn't have been hard to see I needed a refill.
We've adopted a very healthy eating plan for several months now and this was a treat for us. It scares me to think that this "treat" didn't even please us very much. Some days just the thought of a stale French fry from Mc Donalds can get our mouths watering so needless to say we left not caring if we ever returned.
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