Kingdom City is a village in Callaway County, Missouri, United States. It is part of the Jefferson City Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 128 at the 2010 census. It is at the intersection of Interstate 70 (concurrent with U.S. Route 40) and U.S. Route 54.
Things to do in Kingdom City
5 based on 11 reviews
This was listed on sheet of recommendations at our hotel. Glad we found. Husband had catfish dinner...very good flavor, crispy, not greasy and three good size pieces. He was disappointed in mashed potatoes...not hot and butter did not melt, he liked baked beans and temperature was good. I had pulled pork salad... Yummy! Lots of meat, crisp lettuce, veggies and dressing very tasty. Quanity on all our meals were plenty. Fun atmosphere, appeared local favorite. Everyone seemed to know one another. Entertainment (guy playing guitar and singing) was good. Waitress sweet.
3.5 based on 4 reviews
On the way home from Columbia, MO and Jefferson City, MO I have stopped a few times at the Baskin-Robbins in Kingdom City. Its right off I-70 and is a typical Baskin-Robbins. The service has usually been good. I always get chocolate ice cream either in a cone or in a cup. -- The ice cream is always the same as at any other Baskin-Robbins.
4.5 based on 234 reviews
Located in the Historic Fulton Brick District, Beks serves lunch and dinner in a causal atmosphere. All of our food is prepared in house and we hand cut our USDA aged steaks. Our pastas are made to order with 100% cream. In addition we serve several great sandwiches and salads as well as desserts. We feature creative lunch and dinner specials that we post twice a day on our web sight.
So I thought I had posted about Beks back in August and realized that I missed it. Speaking of missing ... we missed Beks for 4 years since we moved to Florida. We often will find a cool hip place here and always reference back...MoreThank you Noreen for taking the time to write a kind review. Hopefully it will not be another 4 years before you make it back to Fulton. Until then take care! Rebekah Vaught
4.5 based on 20 reviews
My cousin and I ate here while visiting my brother at the hospital. It is a self serve frozen yogurt bar very much like orange leaf. However, unlike Orange Leaf they had this AMAZING watermelon sorbet. Best sorbet of my life. The staff was very friendly. The place is super cute.
3.5 based on 68 reviews
Came in for a late dinner at 8:00 p.m. ordered steak kabob with Bourbon sauce with cheddar mashed potatoes and Caesar salad with dinner roll. Steak ordered med rare, served well done. Potatoes were obviously instant with a slim sprinkle of shredded cheddar. I don't think the meat ever hit the grill. The whole plate looked like a microwaved meal. The steak looked boiled. Told they were out of dinner rolls so I asked for Texas toast. Served 'garlic bread' which appeared to be a hotdog bun with garlic on the grill served when I had about 2 bites if food left. Not sure the sauce was correct either....tasted like Teriyaki. Caesar salad was so soaked in dressing it was dripping. When paying cashier asked how meal was, I replied 'Not too good. Her reply 'Oh'. Nothing else....you decide.
4.5 based on 126 reviews
They are extremely over priced. They wanted almost $40 for a half and half large pizza. The waitress was rude. Too over priced. Would never pay 40dollars for any type of pizza any where. Just my opinion. Will not be returning.
5 based on 4 reviews
Or, in Trekie terms, resistance is futile. DQ always offers up a refreshing break. Even if it was only 40 degrees outside. Stopping at DQ to take a well deserved break from long distance driving is a perfectly acceptable practice. Love DQ.
3.5 based on 24 reviews
Don't have an employee sit in front of your store and smoke, it just looks BAD!! Also you drink bar was VERY dirty and needed a good cleaning. Finally it was 3:24pm and the unsweetened tea expired at 3:05pm. Hire more help and retrain management.
4.5 based on 50 reviews
Was hoping for a taste of home when I ran upon this little "Cajun" place in Fulton. As usual, when searching for good Cajun food I was disappointed. Having grown up in the heart of true Cajun country I know what Cajun should be...this is not it. The red beans and rice were overly spicy...hot...almost to the point of being inedible. Cajun is not about hot, rather more about perfectly seasoned with a little zing at the end. The sausage in the red beans may have been andouille as advertised but a poor excuse for it...no rich deep smoke flavor. The meat pies were small bite sized meat pies rather than the large meal sized pies common in north Louisiana. The meat in the pies I was served was poorly seasoned...flavor lacking..land tasted like it had begun to spoil...a bit rancid. As for the gumbo...the consistency was more of an etouffee than gumbo. The shrimp were rubbery so basically over cooked. Of course gumbo is very subjective but I have eaten tons of it and no one I know ever put tomatoes in their gumbo...yep they did here. Tomatoes are for etouffee. Suggestion...pass.
3 based on 53 reviews
Stopped in and ate today.. Buffet had a nice selection of salads , entrees and deserts, the staff at the counter were very attentive and efficient, buffet well stocked.
I was very pleased with my meal and will gladly return anytime I am in the area
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