Food is always excellent here. Ambience is lacking. This is a very loud place. It's usually crowded. Service is friendly and fast. Meals are pricey. My friend shrimp dinner (seven shrimp, fries, three hush puppies) cost $20+ Recommended.
I?ll start by saying the food tasted good. However, the atmosphere, employees, and portions did not equal the ridiculous prices. We walked in to a chef throwing a massive tantrum in the kitchen. Cussing, kicking and slamming things. Sat down and ordered an appetizer. 11.95 for 8 little catfish bites. A $13 burger plus 12 french fries and a salmon salad for dinner that left us hungry. Then you are charged a service fee to pay via card. Honestly, I wish that I had driven the extra miles to Jasper to the Ozark Cafe or somewhere else.
I've driven by this place a hundred times while spending time in eureka springs and out riding the roads. One of the locals in berryville told me about it. I wasn't disappointed and had the drunken shrimp. I also visit with the chef and waitresses, what a bunch of great people!
Well, this place is a well kept secret! We only found out about it because we stopped at Osage Clayworks and asked about a place to eat. They directed us here. It was a beautiful day and we dined outside. Frog legs for an appetizer, shrimp po? boys for lunch, and then the best chocolate cake I?ve had in a really long time. It was a good-sized portion, very moist, and no skimping on frosting?with a BIG dollop of fresh whipped cream on the side.
Local spot that was fun. Service was good and it was neat watching the cooks cook the food. I felt it was overpriced for the quality of food. My friend got the rib eye steak. It was cooked correctly, but fell short for the quality of a 30ish dollar steak. I heard the waitress tell another table the mashed potatoes were homemade. They were bland, thick(and I like thicker mashed potatoes), and just an over all pass for me. What was great, was their veggies. They were cooked well and seasoned well. I got the country fried steak. It was crispy and good. Was it the best I have ever had? No. I am going to take a guess, but I bet their catfish is really good. I seen a few go out and that would be a local thing. I was just never a lover of catfish. If our meals were$18-20, I would say...both are worth the money. But not at the price they charge.
Drove over from Fayetteville on a beautiful Sarurday to see some foliage and maybe an elk or two and grab lunch at Low Gap. Best decision in a LONG time. They were packed. Had a private party but shuffled everyone in well and the wait was short. The food was amazing. Great Chicken Fried Steak. Like really great. Also, blackened redfish. In LOW GAP! Great burgers and sandwiches too. (Check out this lovely Monte Cristo!) Everything was solid A+! Highly recommend!
Unassuming on the outside, but awesome staff and food on the inside! Loved everything about it. Yeah, its a $15 hamburger - so don't order it and get one of the other amazing dishes!!! Oh, and the pumpkin pie was the best I've ever had.
One of the best salmon salads I've ever had. A group of four of us ate there this afternoon, one couple had the Diane Steak, my wife had the shrimp salad and I had the salmon salad. The presentation is excellent, the taste was excellent, and the service was excellent.
Explore our extensive menu featuring american food. We offer many items such as pasta. Locate our choice of fine entrees at Low Gap Cafe. Many consider us the best place to eat in Jasper. Give us a call at (870) 861-5848 and we'll guarantee you a fine night out.
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