Just a great place to get a home-cooked meal. The service was friendly and prompt. I thought the menu was quite extensive and not overly pricey. The specials and desserts were appealing and had some variety to them. And I didn't see a single meal come out of the kitchen which didn't look appealing. I've eaten there when it seemed to be mainly tourists and when there were plenty of locals - all got pretty much the same service and the help was very happy to move chairs around and help people get seated like they wanted to be. One warning - no plastic, it is cash or check only. If they have pinto beans when you stop in, don't miss them!
Ate here for lunch yesterday and had the cajun chicken salad and the onion rings and half and half tea. Everything was good. However, the room was filled with a lot of loud talking and cursing which will keep me from eating here again....the people doing it seemed to be relatives of the owners from listening to the conversation. Hence the low star rating.
PJ's Rainbow Cafe in Mountain View, AR is a GREAT place to visit, eat and have a good time. The food is consistently very good...... breakfast, lunch and supper. It's a laid back, down-home kinda place. Good home-style cooking and a big variety to choose from. Local folks are always gathered, laughing, having good food and fellowship. Come join us if you find yourself visiting Mountain View!
My wife and I went to PJ's for dinner. The selection was good, the service left a lot to be desired. The catfish was too spicy, but that is the chance you take. We were there on Wednesday, 4/29, around 6:00 PM. It seemed the woman waiting on us was more interested in chatting with another table. We sat there, hoping to get some dessert, but she dropped of the ticket with out meals, and we never saw her again. She was wearing a purple t-shirt with dark hair and pulled back. I realize this is a good place for locals, everyone seemed to know everyone else, but I foudn the service really sucked. I would think the service wwould improve, to get more patrons. My mistake.