Very easy to see the owners are out to make money. I thought the menu was of good selection but seemed to be pricey. Once I received my dinner I found the prices to be WAYYYY to high for what you get and the quality was terrible. I did give two stars as the waitress was very friendly and honest about the skill level of their cook. Simply put, dont waste your money!!!!!!
i do believe in second chances. Ok, was worse the second time. Was with group of 4 and not one person was even close to satisfied and the least priced meal was $15.00
The evening of Friday June 13, 2008 my husband and I had the opportunity to visit Lisa's Country Kitchen for dinner. We were excited to have another choice for a nice evening dinner in town. We were eager to visit after watching your establishment over the last few weeks and months grow into a very beautiful building. Upon entering we were pleased at the pleasant surroundings and quiet atmosphere. The hostess greeted us and we were seated in a booth quite comfortably. The waitress appeared quickly and was pleasant to visit with as she took our drink order. She offered suggestions about the menu sharing that she favored the breakfast choices. Upon her return with the drinks she took our order for a Prime Rib Dinner one of the evening specials, and a Country Fried Steak Dinner; my husbands favorite – we know if we will be back if he is pleased with the Country Fried Steak. We were quickly served a salad and a warm loaf of bread. We each smiled as we felt this was surely going to be a two thumbs up for a new dinning spot. I was nearly finished with my salad and our order was served.
I couldn’t believe my eyes; my husband’s mouth stood open when I looked up; I vaguely caught the waitress bidding us a pleasant dinner as she left the table… All I could think was… “Where’s the Beef?” For seventeen dollars I expected a large portion of beef, my plate stacked high with mashed potatoes overflowing with gravy, and a fresh vegetable side; broccoli, asparagus, cauliflower, even sliced carrots! What I got was a small, less than 1” slice of Prime Rib (on a good day 6oz), 1 measured scoop (approx. ½ cup) of mashed potatoes barely covered with brown gravy which, by the way, was not even home made, and FROZEN VEGGIE’S – via Costco special! My thoughts raced with, “Even Sizzler has bigger portions and they are known for ripping off customers with bite size offerings.” To make it worse… there was more plate than food in front of my husband! He paid $10 for a coated beef patty as small as the palm of my hand – when ordering the waitress had indicated that it was a generous portion, and the same measured portions of potatoes and heated frozen vegetables which had been served to me. My husband had asked for extra gravy; however, he was not served a side as an extra and if extra was served it was indistinguishable from the amount served on my plate.
I needed to believe that the food was going to be extra-ordinary to make this evening at least survivable. My husband was the first to bite. I could see he was having trouble swallowing, and he stretched to find the salt and pepper at the other end of the table. I quickly handed him them to him as he finished his bite and said, “Bland doesn’t even begin to describe how flavorless this is.” Mine may have been a little tastier but not much I salted and peppered everything on the plate in hopes of creating palatable food. On a scale of 1 to 10 this dinner barely meets the 1 for flavor. Needless to say we both were in a state of shock as we left the building. We could have driven to Provo and eaten a HUGE, delicious, and filling meal at Ruby River for about the same price.
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