My pregnant wife wanted some ribs, Started placing my order and she stops me and says they are out of ribs. Upset, she then said she wanted sausage. They were out of that. Got the chicken and it was so overcooked she didn't even eat it.wanted beans, no beans, got Mac and cheese worse than off brand boxed. My brisket was good and they do have good bbq sauce. Flies landing on our food, never again.
The brisket and ribs were awesome!!!!
There were a lot of flies but the food was AMAZING.
This place was neat and the food are great! Bbq and pulled pork are the must try if you visit.
Good menu lots of variety. Friendly staff. Brisket was really good, also tried the jerk chicken not bad. Will visit again.
The service wad great but I didn't like the food. The wings were ok nothing to brag about.
They didn't have any pulled turkey but the food was good, sides had good flavor. For it to be new the restaurant was very outdated and not clean. It was extremely hot in there so sitting in was not an option for me. Overall the taste of the food was good. Would go back for carryout.
New business, not very clean Maybe it gets more deliveries than sit-ins.
Food was reasonably priced good taste
From Our Editors
Judging by the name, one might assume John Robert's BBQ is run by a guy named John Robert, but it in actuality, the restaurant is a collaboration between pit master John Canlas and chef Robert Lizardo. Their undying love for classic barbecue shines through on a menu full of meaty dishes that'll get your fingers messy with sauce. Diners with a mighty appetite can order beef brisket, Carolina pulled pork, or chicken by the pound, or wrap their mitts around a hearty sandwich stuffed with their choice of meat. No barbecue feast would be complete without sides such as candied yams, macaroni and cheese, coleslaw, and Louisiana rice.
John Roberts BBQ