this place is so good! the deep dish pizza is worth the time you have to wait for it to cook (which can range from 20-40 minutes, depending on how busy the restaurant is). rosati's definitely beats any of the other pizza chains in terms of quality. while the price is a bit more than any of the chains, it's worth the money. one of my favorite places in waco (hewitt, if we're being technical)
this place was pretty good. it's a pretty well kept secret, too. i'd driven past it several times without really noticing it. the menu is pretty small, with mostly fish items. i don't like fish, but managed to find some things that appealed. on the pricey side, but makes for a good date place or a good place for a special occasion.
this is my least favorite chicken place in waco. for a place that only serves chicken tenders, i was very disappointed. i couldn't even eat more than one piece of chicken. the upside: the bread and the french fries are decent. but that's hardly enough to redeem the place
waco's only exclusively cupcake bakery. has several staples, such as chocolate, peanut butter, and oreo, as well as daily flavors. all are tasty treats for any occasion. they have three sizes; as the cupcakes are a tad expensive, it's definitely worth buying the jumbo cupcake.
for faux-Mexican food, this place is delicious. not only is the food good, but so is the service; the wait staff and the kitchen are super speedy. don't expect authentic-type food, but it's so good! my favorite is the George, which consists of a flauta and an enchilada. i've never had anything i didn't like at ninfa's.
for years, people raved about this place, but i never went. when i finally did, i was unimpressed. it was kind of bland and nothing special. i don't know what the hype is about. it seems the menu is hit-or-miss, but mostly not great, if you ask me
i've been a couple of times. the food is ok, but the desserts are delicious. the prices are kind of high, which keeps me from going more often...overall, though, a nice treat when i'm in the right mood