Everything our table ordered was great. The salsa was as good as in Texas. The chicken fried steak is smothered in green chile gravy.
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Good place to fill up on the standard burger, fajitas, fried fish etc. Nothing fancy but the food was good as well as the service. I had their homemade chili without beans. It was pretty good. A little too "tomato based" for my taste buds...More
If your tired from travel or exploring this little restaurant will help revitalize you. They offer a good food selection and the quality is worth stopping for.
Very friendly service, large portion of food, good taste, and great price. Husband had biscuits and sausage gravy ( $3.99) he could only eat half. I had breakfast taco (2 taco's) potatoes eggs cheese ( $3.99) I could only eat one and a half. They...More
Had a good home style breakfast & terrific lunch time hamburger while staying at the Smokey Bear Motel in the back. Went back for prime rib dinner but I really thing it was a well done flank steak .
This was my 4th time eating at Smokey Bear. The first few were not great, but this was terrible. it was the most horrible food I have ever eaten in my life. The bacon tasted terrible and had black material on it--obviously from a dirty...More
Just another example of a little country cafe serving up good, filing meals, with big portions and fair/good prices. Standard breakfasts, lunches, "specials" - lotsa fried items. Nice burgers, but their "specials" are better/less$$ than eat-at-home. As recent OK/Texas transplants, really been missing decent chicken-fried...More
A very friendly mom and pop restaurant. We had homemade green chili stew and a burger. Nice portion size and reasonable priced. We passed up the homemade pies, but they looked delicious.