Breakfast food is good and the lunches are great. The steak and gravy sandwich with coleslaw and fries id awesome!
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Brought my daughter here from out of town and loved everything about this diner. It was packed and busy as the local lunch crowd was in full swing. We squeezed by several men, who were very polite and said hello. Even though it was very...More
Sorry wish I could say this was the same Ross's Diner as in the past unfortunately it is obviously Under New Management. I am a local who visited often under the previous owner. I went with me and my two daughters, we are African American...More
Quite fascinated by the lloks of the joint, we got in and had a sort of lunch. It was okay, no great lunch experience and fascinating food, but the overall experience was okay ..... and the people were absolutely nice. That is why we thought...More
First off I do realize locals love the place and regulars get a lot better service, The breakfast we had was flavorless except for ham and of course it was salty like it should be. I just don't see fascination with place other than the...More
Was really good food and really nice staff. Food was fast and inexpensive. 1950's diner with the true essence of what a home town feel is. Stools only seating at bar and some tables outside (very limited) Breakfast, lunch, or dinner foods!
Visited Ross diner for the first time. A busy place! Definitely d school, you really feel like you're stepping back in time when you enter. I tried the chili burger and it was okay. The chili was homemade and tasty, but the burger was a...More
I thought the food was average. The okra was fried too long, the chicken was ok, the field peas were good, the peach pie wasn't too tasty, the sweet tea was great, the biscuit was burned, the service was great, the prices are good. Even...More