Hardin in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Seating. Discover best restaurants in Hardin with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
5 based on 97 reviews
Owners, Greg & Kerri, have remodeled Hardin's favorite eatery with an Industrial/Vintage theme. The menu has old favorites along with some new recipes.
What a treat. This family run restaurant is excellent. Stephanie was sweet and attentive. The Sheriff was here too. Good sign. The chef owner makes incredible marinera sauce. My Mexican salad had homemade jalapeño ranch too. He came over and greeted us too Go there...MoreThank you for the kind words and especially about our Red Sauce as it is the Heart of our restaurant. I so happy you enjoyed it. We too enjoy the presence of our local Sheriff Deputies.
3.5 based on 20 reviews
The Dairy queen was conveniently located next to our hotel we were staying in for the night. We walked over to get a quick supper before we turned in for the night. The service was quick and friendly and the order was correct.
4 based on 62 reviews
A place where the locals meet. We have the best breakfast around, also have lunch and dinner specials daily. Homemade pies and soups daily.
Stopped for lunch. Quaint little place with a family like atmosphere. You know it has to be good if the local sheriff and police officers eat there. Rueben sandwich was good and the gems were not greasy. The coconut custard pie was fresh and delicious.Thanks a lot! We appreciate your business and look forward to seeing you again!
4.5 based on 35 reviews
The staff are super friendly, and the food is just plain great. Our server explained how they marinate and prepare the generously-sized chicken portions; the result is outstanding flavor and crispness. Potato salad and creamy coleslaw are both good. The list of sides was so long that I should have taken notes. My choice was sweet potato tots; delicious. A cold glass of Stella was the perfect accompaniment.
Prices were so modest that we questioned our tab being so low, thinking it was a mistake.
4 based on 73 reviews
Walked into this nicely decorated restaurant in which the sign, as soon as you walk in, says seat yourself. I took the first booth in the front and waited for at least 15 minutes without not one staff member to greet me or at least acknowledge me, indicating they would be there in a few minutes. Nothing. I tried to wave the two servers down, but they were not being observant. In fact, some folks at another table made mention of me being there for some time with no contact with a staff member. As a patron, I chose to leave and would never give another try. Went to a pizza place a block down the street and was welcomed almost instantly. Not that I expect that level of quickness. But for the Ranch House Grill, I was invisible. Sad.
4 based on 25 reviews
Pizza was very dry crust was hard as rock. Did not know this till we got it home some 47 miles away.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
This place is by far one of the best places to get coffee in Mt. Yes, in the whole state. The owner lady is super friendly and really cares about the quality of coffee she serving. If you have questions regarding coffee or coffee drinks she is more than happy to explain. I love the lattes and the white russian lattes. The shop also sells candles, chocolates, and of course bagged coffee.
4 based on 11 reviews
I like westernized Chinese; white meat chicken, fresh vegetables, non-gamey meat. I stopped for lunch on a road trip and enjoyed the $7.95 buffet. The food was fresh and the owner was constantly replacing items to ensure the foods freshness. The restaurant also had super fast internet which I used to get caught up on emails and the news. I'm not a fan of buffets as I'm kind of a germaphobe, however Golden Bridge has figured it out for people like me.
The General Chicken, Beef Broccoli and pot stickers were my favorites.
3.5 based on 7 reviews
This Subway just seemed grubby. Maybe that was because the restroom was awful. I didn't want to touch anything. Maybe it was because there were flies flying around inside. Maybe it was because it was too warm in there. Maybe it was because not one person that I saw in there - employees or customers - had anything but a sour expression on their face. I don't know. And smiles are just a part of service. If customers don't feel welcome, they won't return.
But I didn't get sick, and I didn't see any flies in my food. That's good. But I'll drive by that exit and not consider stopping there.
3 based on 27 reviews
I never eat at Taco Johns, but was craving some ole's. I waited long for my to-go order of one taco and a potato Ole, but the servers were kind. The ole's were anemic, undercooked with too little seasoning, and the taco was weird tasting, like maybe the lettuce had turned. I'll stick to the DQ next door.
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