According to the Birmingham News, All Steak Restaurant is the place where half of Cullman comes to talk about politics and football. The restaurant s ... More
All Steak Restaurant
According to the Birmingham News, All Steak Restaurant is the place where half of Cullman comes to talk about politics and football. The restaurant s origins date back to 1934 when it was founded in Tennessee by Millard Buchhmann. In 1938, the business moved to Cullman, Ala. Since that time, the restaurant has changed owners and locations a few more times and, in 1998, landed in its current location at the top of the Cullman Savings Bank building. All Steak serves a variety of classic American cuisine, such as prime rib, hamburgers, steaks and seafood. The restaurant s signature dish is its orange rolls. All Steak serves lunch and dinner.
... but this is Cullman we are talking about. It's very good food, poor ambiance, and loud. It's the place to go for good food in Cullman, but it's not worth driving from B'ham or Huntsville for; and don't forget, the hardest drink you can get there is ice tea (and they don't even have sweet tea, I don't think... what is up with that, they act like a restaurant is too good to sweeten tea? Ever tried to sweeten ice tea? You can't... you just end up with sludge at the bottom). There are a couple of dozen better places within an hours drive of it.
I ordered shrimp- they gave me crab. My husband ordered onion rings- he got a baked potato. They forgot my baked potato. The shrimp I finally got had no flavor. Everything was overpriced and the service was definitely not great. I was not pleased at all.
The food there is beyond anything I have ever tasted, but the real treat is the service, they are willing to do whatever means possible to make you feel like your a king. It truly is a huge restaurant.
Yesterday we were coming back from the Gulf on I 65 and we stopped in Cullman to eat at All Steak. A friend said to stop. Natalie waited on us and did a great job bringing out great food. We will not pass it again on the interstate. We are hooked. Thanks, Ted and Pat Chapman
My family ate there Saturday, Oct. 30, 2010 at lunchtime. It was not crowded at the time. We ordered off the Sat. menu and a Reuben Sandwich and onion rings. One just ordered a salad and a side of squash casserole. Everyone was COLD as ice. Onion rings and chicken livers are not fit to eat ice cold. Waitress was unattentive and left us with no refills and no one to complain to. It took over 30 minutes to get food.. closer to 45 mins. When she finally came back I told her that everything was cold. She said let me talk to my manager and 30 mins. later brought some more onion rings but we were through and had been through for a very long time. Just will NOT go backk there again. The reuben was the very skimpy made and not good.
Bad experience, bad customer service.
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