An extensive menu of authentic Thai cuisine bursts in a frenzy of sour, sweet, and salty flavors at Thai Thai Café. Muffle tummy rumbles with appetizers ranging from a pair of soft spring rolls stuffed with shrimp or tofu ($3.95) to a 12-pack of warm boiled shrimp ($3.95). Thai Thai's entrees ($7.95 for most) enable guests to marry meat with merry noodles and veggies. Options include pairings such as garlic pork, teriyaki chicken, and stir-fried bamboo shoots, with most dishes available with vegan equivalents thanks to tofu, soy-based sauces, and the blessing of an ordained celery stalk. To turn any gathering into a chat worth talking about, simply extend a request for a tall, refreshing, and invigorating glass of thai iced tea or iced coffee ($1.95).
Gil's Broiler offers burgers and scrumptious treats to hug hearts with a bit of old-fashioned comfort-food love. Request a hamburger combo, and let a patty dance on a sizzling griddle before melting into a bun embrace, topped with mayo, lettuce, tomato, and onions—grilled into gently caramelized strands of spicy, savory deliciousness ($6). Combos come with a drink and your choice of handmade onion rings, string french fries, or tater tots. Eaters who are craving something tangy and crispy-sweet, but are tired of traditional breadcrumb-covered tamarind pops, can substitute sides for fried pickles. For breakfast, a reminder of breakfast, or a reminder of the beauty of life, bite into a warm manske roll ($1.85 each), a sticky cinnamon roll made from scratch daily.
Patrons can casually slide into a forefront booth or slither into the larger back dining room at Tacos Flor to order up authentic Guanajuato-influenced Mexican fare. Fajita plates harness corn or freshly homemade flour tortillas to cloak rice, beans, and salad among a mountain of chicken ($7.25) or beef ($7.45), and three à la carte crispy beef tacos ($4.25) sate antsy teeth in need of crunchy chew toy. Specials like the Friday-only Lilly plate (crispy taco, cheese enchilada, rice, beans, and salad, $5.50) run rampant throughout the week, and short orders such as nachos ($4.50) snub forks for desired finger shovels.
Taste Buds is a Specialty Food & Wine Shop located in Wimberley Texas. We specialize in gourmet food made in Texas. At Taste Buds we offer hundreds of free samples of our products everyday, including the wine shop. We also make custome gift baskets for all occasions. Give a taste of Texas.
Kobe Japanese Steakhouse's team of chefs crafts a menu bursting with delectable Japanese fare. In the teppanyaki dining room, chefs grill teppan dinners to perfection before diners' eyes on griddles set into each table that facilitate premeal entertainment as well as light after-dinner firewalking. Choose from entrees such as the yakisoba dinner, in which beef, chicken, or shrimp are tossed playfully with vegetables and japanese noodles ($13.50), or opt to have juicy white meat chicken breast grilled to a golden brown with the teriyaki chicken ($12.50). Showy chefs entertain throughout the inclusive, multicourse meal with culinary acrobatics, such as erupting onion volcanoes, skillfully twirling spatulas, or diving out of the window after dinner and landing in the driver's seat of a stolen Ferrari.
Cuisine Type: All American home-style food
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Number of Tables: 50+
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular offering: Gourmet burgers and chicken-fried steak
Alcohol: Full bar
Delivery / Take-out Available: Take-out only
Outdoor Seating: Yes
What is one of your most popular offerings? How is it prepared?
Grins offers a Shiner Bock beer-battered chicken-fried steak. It is hand breaded in our special beer batter and then deep fried to golden perfection. Grins then smothers the chicken fried steak in our homemade country gravy.
Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?
Since 1975 students and families have been discovering that Grins offers something for everyone. Even if you?re just grabbing a quick lunch, the unique tree-house atmosphere and rambling rooms retains the cozy atmosphere of the original house on which the restaurant is based.
In your own words, how would you describe your menu?
I would describe Grins food as Southern, home-style cooking. Most of the menu is made from scratch, including all of our desserts.