Kem's Restaurant and Bar

330 Arena Road, Sulphur

American Food and Drink for Two or Four at Kem's Restaurant and Bar (Up to 38% Off)

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Buttermilk pancakes, omelettes, salads, and burgers are enjoyed in a convenient location just a few miles from Lake Charles

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9 ratings5 reviews
Rating of 2 out of 5 stars
May 27, 2019
Staff was friendly. Food came out one person at a time, with about 4 to 5 minutes apart of each other. Food was salty . We just thought that the food was going to be good but wasn't.
1 ratings1 reviews
Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
December 5, 2018
We stayed at the Holiday Inn for my wedding weekend and the staff at the restaurant were so friendly and helpful! They made us feel at home!
4 ratings4 reviews
Rating of 3 out of 5 stars
January 16, 2018
Food was good the first time I went , then went down hill from there. Salad was old turning red. Broccoli was the only veggie they had and was out of it. Chicken breast was very small and no baked potato to go with the steak. Takes a long time to get your food. The girl serving the food was nice and did a good job.
7 ratings4 reviews
Rating of 4 out of 5 stars
January 10, 2018
Great food decent prices food came out fast.nice atmosphere. Recommend it
4 ratings4 reviews
Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
June 13, 2017
Food was very good !!! Service was great
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Belgian Waffles: More to Brussels than Sprouts

A big, fluffy star of the breakfast menu is the belgian waffle. Learn how it rose so high with Groupon's look at its history and recipe.

The thick belgian waffle’s especially deep divots frequently hold butter, syrup, or whipped cream, but when they first debuted they were covered in nothing but strawberries. Waffles weren’t anything new to Belgian diners when chef Walter Cleyman brought his thick, fluffy variety to the Brussels World’s Fair in 1958, yet his recipe—which he called Brussels waffles—became a hit. In 1962, he brought them to the Seattle World’s Fair, where he sold more than 500,000, licensed the recipe to a local restaurant, and helped start a craze that finally took people's minds off the Hokey Pokey.

Previous schools of waffle-making often simply poured pancake batter into a waffle iron. What set Cleyman's waffles apart from the pack was the addition of beaten egg whites, which added fluffiness, plus yeast to make them rise and add an extra tang from the fermentation. In Belgium, they're still huge and still called Brussels waffles. Meanwhile, US breakfasters call them belgian waffles, although the recipe has evolved over time and boasts a number of variants.

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