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Posted by JT on 02/16/2014
I really like the jerk rib tips and the jerk BBQ sauce that comes with it is really good. Also I met the owner Rick and he was very gracious regarding my feedback and said he would add a suggested item to the menu.
Posted by HungryGurl on 10/19/2011
This meal should be called a Gristle & LINKS combo. The rib tibs were barely the size of mini a Post-it anf were 40-50% gristle. What a disappointment. The fries and BBQ sauce was on point though. Oh and those LINKS (two of them) were massive. I guess the was to accomodate for the gristle tips. Where's the meat!
Posted by anonymous on 07/22/2011
I live around the corner of this place, and it's really good. When I come here i always get wings and fries because it is so good ! I suggest you to eat here .. Good place to eat at .
Posted by Anonymous on 05/18/2011
The food is just average at best. We were not impressed with this little hole in the wall. Avoid at all costs. Found nothing redeeming about this restaurant.
Posted by NewResident on 05/23/2009
I'm new to the area and was looking for a place that served BBQ. I read a couple of reviews on the place and figured they were good enough for me to give Rick's a try. The place didn't disappoint. I had the hot link sandwich and loved every bite. They forgot to give me bread which kinda defeats of purpose of buying a "sandwich" but I wasn't too upset since I took it home. The food was warm and very tasty. I also had a side of the spaghetti but I wasn't too pleased with it. Overall, I am very happy with the amount of food, taste, and value I got for the money.
Posted by Disappointed Diner on 12/30/2008
The food was absolutely subpar. I've eaten better fried chicken at a Flying J's truckstop in S.E. Missouri and I've had better Bourbon chicken at a shopping mall "cajun" joint. Do yourself a favour and skip this ghastly food.
Posted by SoSideChi. on 11/15/2008
The fries where cold and the jerk chicken meat was dry as the Sahara