I've passed this place a bunch of times and always told myself I needed to stop and eat there. Well, out of the blue, I heard great things about this down home restaurant from a co-worker who ate there the first of the month. The co-worker said the food was great, everything tasted homemade, but in particular, you have to try the Pecan Cobbler. He said they had several flavors of cobbler, but he said the Pecan Cobbler was "off the chain." That's all it takes for a good ole Texas boy - I had to try it. I decided to take my wife there Friday for lunch. We got there and the parking lot was almost full, but that is always a good sign to me. We walked in and were greated and seated immediately. A nice little waitress, Noreen (from New York she said), came and took our drink order, gave us menus and said she'd give us a few minutes to look over the menu. As she left another server brought us a basket of mini biscuits and hush puppies. My wife and I like a little more zip in our hush puppies, but there was nothing wrong with the way these tasted. This place was packed with all sort of patrons, but Noreen came back quickly with our drinks and took our order. My wife ordered the fried chicken livers and a baked potato and I ordered the blackened catfish dinner (2 piece) with the baked potato salad and the broccoli rice casserole. It took a few minutes to get our food, but with the amount of people there, I didn't think the wait was unreasonable. Noreen brought our food and everything was delicious. My wife absolutely loved the chicken livers. She said the were cooked to perfection - no cream gravy needed. My catfish and sides were also great. We finished the meal and Noreen asked us again if we needed anything. I told her I had heard great things about the Pecan Cobbler and we wanted to try it. She looked at me like I had shot her dog. She told me they didn't have any. REALLY!!! I asked what she meant, were they just out? No, she said they no longer had any of the cobblers - peach, apple, blackberry or Pecan. Good Lord. I told her it was still on the menu. She said they had replaced the Pecan Cobbler with a pecan pie about two weeks ago and she could bring me a slice. I told her I really had my heart set on the Pecan Cobbler. I also told her I have had a piece or two of pecan pie in my life, but I really wanted to try the well spoken Pecan Cobbler. She said she was sorry, but no go on the cobbler. I was really bummed out and I told her to just bring the check. In a few minutes she came back with a piece of pecan pie with a dollop of whipped cream on top. She said she had spoken with the owner who apologized and asked that we try the pecan pie, free of charge. I thanked her for going to the trouble. My bubble had been popped, but my wife insisted we try the pie. I have to admit, it was very good, but it is still a pecan pie - I know, hardly available anywhere else in the State of Texas! I paid the check and on the way out (I had to) I turned around and asked to speak with the owner. He happened to be at the front counter and we discussed the Pecan Cobbler vs. the pecan pie. He asked me if I liked the pecan pie. I told him the pecan pie was fine, but unlike the pie, one of the few places in Texas I knew to get an "off the chain" Pecan Cobbler was right where I was standing. Why change a good thing when it tastes great and people ask for it? He did say he would think about it putting it back on the menu. That's all I can ask. Overall, great restaurant with great food. I would recommend it to anyone.