Maggy D

byMaggy D, May 16, 2014
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
First off I gotta say how surprised I was with how packed this place was. I was expecting sushi since on the front they advertise the sushi. No sushi, although I heard it could be coming soon. They have a grill where you choose some meats and veggies and a few items. This part of the restaurant needs to be expanded! If you've ever been to a Flat Top Grill they specialize in creating your own stir fry with many different sauces, spices, grains and veggies.

The actual buffet part... Meh. Run of the mill as far as "Asian buffets" go. Your pizzas, fried chickens, rice with mixed with veggies and meats salted with veggies added. This isn't a bad buffet by any means. It doesn't live up to the high quality buffets in Las Vegas though.
byMaggy D, May 11, 2013
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
WiseGuys - A Chicago Eatery
I've since gone back and had the Italian Beef! It was nice and tender the way it should be! I highly recommend this place.
byMaggy D, March 3, 2013
The fish and chicken here is good it'll make you want to slap yo momma. It's a smaller business and the food is made when you order it. I had the fish and chicken combo and it was tasty. A lot of seasoning was dumped on however. I will definitely be returning.
byMaggy D, January 1, 2013
1 of 2 people found this review helpful
WiseGuys - A Chicago Eatery
I should preface this review by saying I'm from Chicago. The Chicago dog. Outstanding something I could eat back home. The Italian Beef that I had the same day was a little tough couldn't even finish it. I never leave Italian Beef. I'll go back to give them another shot at the Italian Beef. A large chunk of the menu are sandwiches that aren't from Chicago overall a cool concept.
Owner's reply

Maggy D, better yet, come on back and ill get your beef and ill eat mine with ya, gotta take care of our own. Cya soon.

byMaggy D, May 26, 2012
I went in during a non happy hour. The decor is really nice and the ambiance set by the background music is somewhat trendy. I didn't eat anything here just ordered drinks. I ordered an old-fashioned first. The bartender I got didn't muddle bitters or dissolve sugar the person put the ice in first which is a mistake.

I don't mind paying $10 or $8 when I get a decent cocktail. I didn't get a decent old fashioned.

I wanted a millionaire. The variation of the recipe I desired had absinthe in the recipe which they didn't have.

I then ordered a fuzzy navel. It was sweet and tasty but that's pretty simple. I might go back to check out the food selections but I won't return here for a cocktail unless it's during a "happy hour" setting. Waco desperately needs a serious cocktail bar.
byMaggy D, May 22, 2012
Tex Mex in Waco are like Baylor students, everywhere you go there they are. The prices were reasonable. I ordered a fajita platter that came with a cheese and onion enchilada and there was another one I think covered in beans and some kind of sauce. I ordered the beef fajitas. Most were seasoned well a few pieces were not tender. I'm not from Texas and personally I've had better chips and salsa. The salsa could have been spicier. I dine around dinner time and there weren't many people there. I'll probably go back and check out something different next time.