Bastrop Restaurant Reviews
Welcome to our Bastrop restaurant reviews guide where you'll find top restaurants off the beaten path, both locally owned and chain. In fact, some of the best restaurants in the Bastrop just might be the little mom and pop operations flying under the radar. For some of the best picks in Bastrop, you've come to the right place.
Our Bastrop restaurant reviews guide can help you make sense of the thousands of options out there. Happy eating!
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“The panang curry is my favorite by far however my default is Shrimp Pad Thai. Their food is consistent and is pretty authentic as far as I'm concerned (I'm half Thai and I frequent Thailand). Their Thai iced tea and Iced Coffee are refreshing and remind me of the streets of Thailand. The one thi... ” (01/12/2012)
“not a restraunt” (01/12/2012)
“Great food and staff. Local paper voted best waitress in town.” (01/12/2012)
“great bbq and sides” (04/11/2010)
“We ate here at the recommendation of our neighbor at our cabin in Bastrop. The catfish was great!! Will definitely recommend this down home restaurant to our friends.” (09/26/2008)
“visit insept 08, restaurant was dirty, boothes were dirty, dishes cracked and chipped, and the flies are more numerous than the customers, i had to bear them off with a newspaper, i have lived in bastrop for awile, but i drive to ausin to eat chinese. this restaurant has really gone down, but this i... ” (01/21/2008)
“Great buffet!! Lots of choices and meat is lean and quality. Good fair pricing.” (09/04/2007)
“I discovered Aunt Lous Kitchen at the Round Top Antique Fair last spring. It was absolutely one of my greatest finds. Because this kitchen caters, the many guests on the grounds of one of Texas's largest antique weekends had a sumptuous meal. The food is fresh and delicious. My favorite was a bowl o... ” (08/23/2006)
“Pretty building, cool that it's in historic downtown, and I really like what I had...miniature beef wellingtons(sauce was AWESOME)caesar salad, and spinach artichoke dip were all great. There is only beer and wine, but I hear they're going to add a martini bar soon. Nice place, and very friendly.” (06/28/2006)
“Great seafood, big tv, pool tables, lots of fun. Good for kids during the day, but does get a bar crowd at night. No non-smoking section.” (01/07/2004)
“daddy's grille has a very good mix of food, from medeterranian to texas food, and some italian.I had the ribeye stake which was cooked just right,and it was very tender. my wife had a lebanese diash called kafta, with hummous and taouli. their pita bread was very fresh. I would recomand this restaur... ”