Since, "having a vegan Lifestyle is pretty complicated here in East Texas", you will still be "so impressed with everything at 24 Karrots cafe. The interior is nice and cute". Plus, "they have the best chicken and dumplings, cupcakes, and cinnamon rolls AND it’s all vegan". Very "wonderful food, fresh ingredients, friendly staff, cozy atmosphere. Last meal worthy! The portions are big". And, "the cupcakes, cinnamon rolls and food are incredible!" Their "Cinnamon rolls" are also "pillowy soft with nice warm icing on top". Also, "this is by far the best cinnamon roll" you will ever have" and it is "a great way to compliment a meal!" They also "have a good variety of flavors including unique ones you can't find at any other stores". Their "strawberry flavor" is "just perfect with the best frosting" you will ever have, "gourmet, subtle flowery scent, naturally flavored with real strawberries". Finally, the "food" is "amazing as the chef has extensive experience and training in cooking a variety of cuisines".
Bobaloompia is a Filipino cuisine restaurant, known for its gourmet spring rolls and Boba teas, including the popular Thai milk tea. This restaurant is located in Tyler, Texas. You can order other Filipino favorites, like pork adobo. If you prefer noodle-based dishes, they have pansit bihon and pansit palabok. Pork lovers will surely enjoy sisig, pork skewers, crispy pata, and lechon kawali. Tapsilog is a popular rice meal perfect for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. They also have steamed buns or siopao. For dessert, try the Filipino classic halo-halo. Follower them on social media and get updates about their gift cards, raffles, promos, and discounts you can avail.
Located in High Hill Farm in East Texas, Côte Restaurant is a fine dining restaurant that boasts a "romantic", "modern" atmosphere in its "spacious" indoor seating and outdoor patio. To ensure that every meal that goes to your table is fresh and of the highest quality, Côte Restaurant sources the ingredients from local vendors and most of what the kitchen uses are harvested directly from its on-site farm. The menu showcases farm-to-table creations, including appetizing classic brunch food like "candied pecan belgian waffle", starters like "lobster truffle mac and cheese", hearty salads like "blue cheese wedge salad", and succulent entrees like "rosemary marinated airline chicken breast". The menu also features an extensive selection of wines and cocktails that perfectly complements your meal.
Culture ETX is a "great place for a dinner date, or meeting with a business client". "The atmosphere is cozy and plays off the downtown vibe". Also remember, "this is a working kitchen!! Which means when the kitchen is full the THE KITCHEN is FULL!! you will have to wait because they make each dish one at a time". Also because "Chef Lance has a fine eye for detail and everything is perfect before he calls for service and it arrives at your table". Also, "they are more than willing to explain everything for you". And, "it's BYOB so bring your drink of choice to pair with your food". Also, "they will get your drink orders first, then come to take your food order when the kitchen is ready". Their "menu options are varied, ranging from your classic sandwiches to deep cajun". And, "each option has its own flair for both presentation and flavor that is both unique and stimulating". Their "Roasted Yardbird" is "amazingly juicy" with "wonderful flavor" while the "Red Snapper" is "cooked perfectly with roasted tomatoes & peppers and served in wonderful sautéed greens". Also, "the thick pork chop" is "juicy and tender and very flavorful". "You aren't going here for just a meal, you go here for an experience and that's exactly what you get".
East Texas Burger Company has been serving "old-fashioned" food since 1896. It pays homage to century-old traditions by abiding in conventional cooking techniques. This burger joint is dedicated to serving only the local, farm-raised beef. It is also passionate about making everything from scratch "in-house", from rolling out and baking desserts to cutting French fries by hand. It offers an extensive selection of burgers, featuring "bacon pimento cheeseburger", "philly cheese steak burger", "fried green tomato vegetarian burger", and more "flavorful" burger variants. On top of burgers, it also serves morning fare like "chicken & waffles", starters like "hot biscuit", freshly-baked pastries like "cinnamon roll", and plates like "chicken fried steak".
While the restaurant itself focuses on making fresh, locally-sourced food through its Southern-inspired flavors, the Round Rock branch of Jack Allen's Kitchen in Texas is famous for its party packs! At less than a hundred bucks, you can already have a menu that can feed four to six people. And that's just on top of their regular and gluten-free menu, along with buffet brunches where you can enjoy half-priced appetizers along with a range of drink specials. Happy hours are between 3:00 to 7:00 p.m. on weekdays!
La Waffalata is a "charming restaurant attached to the burger place next door". "They have gluten-free carry-out bakery items, along with traditional desserts and LIVE music playing on a Saturday morning". "They have gluten-free bread for their sandwiches, and all of their meats and dressings are gluten-free too! And, "everything always tastes fresh and flavorful". Also, "staff members are super friendly", and they "are knowledgeable about their gluten-free options". And, "they seem to truly care about your dietary restrictions/needs". It also recommended trying "the gluten-free pita, pepper gouda soup, egg salad and tuna salad!!" Try the "tuna salad sandwich on toasted honey wheat bread, plus the chicken tortilla soup". These are "very good". Plus, "the food is very fresh and flavorful. So, "make time to visit this lovely place". Plus, "you can even shop in the antique gallery within this multi-business-entity".
McGarity's Restaurant & Saloon No. 61 proudly serves "delicious" new American homestyle cooking with international influences in the ambiance of an old western Saloon. The menu consists of reinvented classic dishes, featuring brunch food like "traditional eggs benedict", starters like "fried calamari", greens like "iceberg wedge salad", sandwiches like "farmhouse french dip", pasta dishes like "bourbon bacon mac & cheese", seafood like "shrimp creole & grits", entrees like "black angus filet mignon", and desserts like "mini apple pie bites". It also offers a separate kid's menu and a vegetarian menu. The beverage program features martinis, specialty cocktails, and a curated wine list.
Railway Cafe was conceived with a mission to showcase "delicious" local foods. The interior of this cafe is a perfect mixture of "modern" and "minimalist", furnished with brick walls, wooden tables, massive black and white paintings, and ornate light fixtures. The menu highlights the rich bounty the lands of Texas has to offer, featuring snacks like "crispy chicken wings", soups like "roasted tomato soup", salads like "mixed greens", sandwiches like "roasted turkey BLT", entrees like "grilled flat iron steak", and sweets like "Mexican vanilla creme brulee". It also serves daily specials along with a kid's menu.
Located at Sabor a Pasion, Restaurant Aubergine is a chef-owned establishment offering "osteria-style" dining in a "comfortable" atmosphere. This restaurant serves dinner daily for reserved guests and strictly doesn't accept walk-in guests. Its chef and owner, Simon Webster, is dedicated to preparing dishes out of "sustainable", "locally-grown" ingredients. Restaurant Aubergine features cuisine that is influenced by Webster's British and Pacific-Rim upbringing, travels around Europe, and across America. It offers a seasonally-driven menu that changes weekly, featuring "garden-fresh salads", "handmade pasta", "lamb chops", "rib eye steaks", "freshly-caught fish", "New Zealand pavlova", and "specialty desserts".
The Forge Bar & Grill is a "great, funky little place with good food, cold beer and live music". At this place, "you will find all your favourite comfort foods and new chef-inspired delicacies - ALL created healthily with local farm-to-table ingredients". The "food is really lovely and home-cooked, the atmosphere can be either relaxed or full of life". You will also "LOVE the salsa!" and they have "the yummiest omelettes and fluffy pancakes - which are the size of a PLATE!" Their "pizza is great. They really "have food that is super flavorful" and the "price is easy on the wallet". This is a place that is "great for people watching and nice and lovely when the football is on too". A "great family pub and relaxed atmosphere with great food". This place is also "great for Sunday Brunch". Finally, "they also support and showcase local and regional artists!"
The Grove Kitchen & Gardens strives to do more than just feed people a "delicious meal", but it also wishes to demonstrate its deep-rooted relationships with the local community. This restaurant located in the heart of Tyler is serving farm-to-table dishes in a "fun", "chic", and "upbeat" environment. It offers a chef-crafted menu that emphasizes fresh, locally-sourced ingredients, featuring starters like "meat and cheese board", greens like "emerald kale lemon chicken caesar", sandwiches like "grove smoked turkey stack", entrees like "pan-seared gulf red snapper", and sweets like "oreo cheesecake". The menu also features an extensive selection of beer, wine, spirits, and cocktails.
The Haystack Restaurant was conceived with a mission to give back to its local community in many ways possible; by offering "delicious", farm-to-table comfort food, supporting neighboring farms and businesses by sourcing locally, and establishing a meeting place where people can enjoy a "fine dining experience". This family-owned restaurant is housed inside a renovated 150-year-old house located right at their property and offers a very "local atmosphere". The menu features appetizing starters like "onion rings", hearty sandwiches like "classic BLT", tasty salads like "grilled chicken salad", savory seafood plates like "grilled shrimp", and flavorful entrees like "smoked beef brisket".
Villa Montez "is one of the most aesthetically pleasing restaurants" in the area. This place is "used to be a mansion owned by a very wealthy family or politician". You will continue "marveling at the architecture and lights strewn all over the beautiful courtyards", hence, "it definitely gets 5 stars for ambiance". " The ambiance is upscale with great lighting at night". It is "a great place to get pics for your Instagram feed as well". The food is "very good" too. You can "try multiple appetizers" which are "all delicious" such as "the Ceviche" which is "bright and fresh". Also, "the chino Latino rolls had a southwest flare without being too spicy" and "the spinach artichoke dip" is "solid as well". You can also try their "Margarita shrimp with rice and refried beans". "The shrimp" has "a flavorful sauce with mushrooms mixed in" and "the beans and rice" are "an excellent compliment to the meal". Lastly, "a slice of the Tres Leches cake" is also "VERY SHAREABLE" because, "this slice could feed three people comfortably". It also has an "excellent whipped topping and moist". This is "a must when in Tyler".