Since this diner was recommended on Triple D by Guy Fieri it was on my list of stops while traveling south through Texas. It's only a mile or so off I-35 and easy to find. We arrived mid afternoon and were greeted by a friendly server who immediately seated us. The diner is sparkling clean and has a retro feel with booths, tables and a set down counter.
We were a party of 4 and included our 2 grandkids (11-12). Two of us chose the strawberry lemonade which is made to order. We felt it was rather thick with all the strawberry pulp and not too refreshing. We were served hot home made rolls and butter prior to the meal, which I though was rather strange, but they were very good. Hubby and grandson chose the large chicken fry and our granddaughter and I split one, which was a good choice because they are huge! Very tasty with fresh meat and a light crispy breading. Onion rings were delish and the mashed potatoes and gravy were to die for! Unfortunately we were too full to try any of the tempting desserts.
Outside the diner has a beautiful herb garden and also a small farmers market out back. Would recommend for friendly service and very good comfort food.
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