bygardensage, November 15, 2011
Saturday night we got a reservation and went to 135 for a nice evening. We were seated promptly near the kitchen. Lots of pots clanging & people talking. Several large parties made the room noisy also. Service was good. Food was so, so. The rib eye was very thin with lots of gristle. Sea bass had a fishy taste. We had been here before and I feel quality has dropped off. All in all, disappointing.
bygardensage, May 2, 2011
I don't like to give bad reviews but I had lunch here and it was not good. The chips were tough and my food was barely edible. I had a lunch plate; lots of cheesy sauce and tough tortillas. Italian dressing poured over lettuce got into everything on plate.
bygardensage, April 21, 2011
This has become our favorite Mexican restaurant. Chips are always fresh, good salsa & jalapeno ranch for dipping. Best chile rellenos in town; great fajitas; Boom Boom chicken is good, etc. Service is good also.
bygardensage, April 21, 2011
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Sit out on the deck and enjoy the lake view. Have a boat? Drive it right up to the dock. Burger baskets are good as is the catfish.
bygardensage, April 21, 2011
Cafe Homestead
My favorite place to eat breakfast or lunch in the Waco area. Becoming more popular by the day with good reason. Delicious, fresh food you won't find anywhere else. (This restaurant should be listed under cafes as well as bakeries.)
bygardensage, April 21, 2011
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
This is a nice, locally owned Italian restaurant. We have eaten here several times and never been disappointed. The eggplant parmigiana is delicious as is the baked manicotti. Nice, crisp house salads and wonderful rolls, too. No liquor served; bring your own wine. They will open it for you with no corkage fee.