Rolls and cornbread looked delicious but ended up being dry. I do not really care much for meatloaf, and rarely eat it. If you've never been, check it out I love the food here!! Battered and fried to perfection, but too much batter for the shrinkage of the steak. Where else are you going to go in Morris?. This time he got the chicken fried steak, and I stuck with the meatloaf. I hope management sees this review and improves the love in the kitchen.
The burgers are well sized, and you get lots of fries. My hubby and I shared the chicken fried steak with fried okra and black eyed peas. After we ordered them a couple came and sat at the table next to us. Waited over an hour after ordering our food. No matter the salt or ketchup, they still were boring. I've never had sub-par food here. Good for family dinners, caters weddings, and offers room for smaller events.
My husband and I went to Austin he lived there 20 years ago and Threadgill's was on his list to get meatloaf. The food is average- but consistent. Makes me sad that we won't be back there any time soon. You could tell by looking at them that they should have been removed because nobody had touched them for some time. My only regret was getting the salad bar. It was delicious and huge. I am not sure if the server did not want to be there, or if she had just never been trained.
The breading on the chicken-fried entrees was pretty good, if a little too thick in places. Unfortunately nothing I had was very good. A great Bar and Grill! Wait staff was friendly but yeah, definitely won't be coming back here. The food itself is good they give you complementary cornbread which is unlimited and they will give you seconds on the side dish for free. It was definitely one of my favorite choices all weekendl Threadgill's, you're breaking our hearts. Threadgill's operates two banquet facilities that offer a selection of side dishes, homemade breads and desserts and expert cooks, servers and bartenders for parties, functions and corporate events.
There was a tasty crust on the brisket just like it's supposed to have. Oh and not the mention your get one free refill on your sides when you dine in!! Old Number 1 is a place that I don't mind bringing the kids for lunch or dinner. Once again Threadgill's hit the spot! Friendly staff, good food, decent prices, and sometimes live music. Threadgill's was definitely on our list of places to take them. It's a good restaurant with somewhat unusual dishes that are worthy of trying.
Unfortunately, we probably won't be back. The fried green tomatoes were good, though I've had better. It was delicious and huge. There is plenty of parking with their own lot so that's also very nice! Lots of smiles, super friendly attentive service! They have daily specials and my favorite at the moment is served on Fridays. Everything tasted like it came out of a bag in the freezer.
I'm giving three stars instead of two because of the fact that we have loved Threadgill's in the past, and thus went in with fairly high expectations. The service is really bad no matter how busy or slow they are but it's still worth coming every now and then for the food. The portions are never lacking, so your getting your money's worth. I'm giving three stars instead of two because of the fact that we have loved Threadgill's in the past, and thus went in with fairly high expectations. The staff is friendly- they'll throw Grenadine in your soda if you ask for it and keep the refills coming usually. The food is very average. Rolls and drinks came but one child did not get silverware or a bread plate.
The history was fun to learn about but the food was just okay. The sides were okay but not great by any means, the spinach casserole was a bit cold, the mashed potatoes and gravy were okay but needed salt, the carrots were bland, the scalloped potatoes a bit too thin. I was taken here by a friend because of its rich history in the Austin area. My hubby and I shared the chicken fried steak with fried okra and black eyed peas. The reason for the three stars is because i came in and set at the bar for 12 minutes without any one saying anything, it took me to get up and ask for some help.
My favorites are the quesadilla, pulled pork options, the brisket, yakisoba, and Ribs. The breading on the chicken-fried entrees was pretty good, if a little too thick in places. After half an hour, we asked the server to check on our food, and only then did we see the ticket go into the kitchen. Again- only 3 stars because the food is average to just above- but this place really is worth going to. We stuck to basic bar food, a burger, chicken sandwich, wrap and pizza. But the steak itself was chewy, tough and dry. My only regret was getting the salad bar.