I don't like their barbecue. The smoked turkey is dry and tasteless. However it's a good place to get a steak.
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My family used to eat here all the time in the 1980's and it was always really good. The last few times we ate there upon returning to Temple, we were disappointed with the BBQ. The service is fast and friendly and the chicken fried...More
Yummy food with interesting atmosphere in restaurant. Big portions. Very friendly staff. Would go back again. This is what BBQ is about. :)
My family and I love this place. There's 100 different stuffed animals inside for the kids to glare at and ask questions about. The staff is wonderful. The food is on point every time. It's priced very well. My son is gluten-free and there's always...More
The last time I visited this well known Restaurant, I found the Brisket to be liked boiled meat and at $18 per pound to be very expensive. The Ribs were above average. If you like stuffed animal heads the the atmosphere is for you but...More
Walking into Clem's I was taken aback by all of the nostalgia but most notably Mr. Mikeskas purchases over the years of the Grand Champion bulls at the Bell County Fair. I'm glancing around at large trophy animals hanging and Texana out the yingyang! I'm...More
My brisket as dry and very bland. The sausages were also very bland and the skin had no pop at all. Finally, my bill was on the table before I finished.
My family insist we go here for family funeral outtings. We jave had a lot of them lately. This food is very basic and bland, serving sliced white bread and sliced pickles. Get creative, you should have a signature bread and better than cheap slices...More