Reviews on American food in Palos Heights, Illinois, United States. Palos Heights is a city in Cook County, Illinois, United States. The population was 12,515 at the 2010 census.
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4 based on 68 reviews
Okay, so the service was attentive, what did we leave out? The sound of the service! It was one of the loudest restaurants we have experienced. There was a relatively constant clatter of dishes that eventually became a table joke. Easy to fix with a bit of attention to detail!
4 based on 23 reviews
We came her and ordered carry out of their half slab Monday & Tuesday special. The robs had a good smoke flavor with a very tasty BBQ sauce. The meal also came with a healthy portion of fries and a choice of beans or coleslaw. Very good value for the amount of food and well worth return visits.
4 based on 36 reviews
Today we were out in Minooka going to stop for fast food. We decided that we could wait till we got closer to home so we could have Peppos and their guts... Guts make the sandwich! We miss you in Tinley but so happy your close enough to still eat at your place every other weekend. Even my picky cousin loves your sandwiches. We made a deal if she liked it and could eat the 7 inch, the next trip she could have the 11. She won the bet. I am happy she did. Thanks for serving with a smile and great sandwiches/salad.
4 based on 19 reviews
I love going to Palos diner. The food is really good, the staff is very friendly, and even when they are busy the service is fast. Iâve never had anything there I donât like, breakfast, lunch or dinner. Reasonable prices and good portions. I eat here weekly, and whenever someone suggests going out to breakfast, I always suggest Palos diner.
3 based on 26 reviews
I didn't realize this restaurant opened so close to home. It used to be an old Ben Franklin dime store and they opened this restaurant in the same spot thus its name.Very good food and drinks. Great selection of beers on tap.Weather permitting they have outside seating and the night we were there they hade live music. Large selection of food items- salads, sandwiches, entrees.We tried the filet medallions, pot roast and the grilled chicken sandwich and all were really good.Great for lunch and dinner. I would recommend and go again.
4 based on 139 reviews
It was a beautiful cool night and we opted to dine outside. What a great set up, we say right by the open wood burning fire pit.The service was exceptional as were our Steaks.Looking forward to a return visit before the cold weather sets in.
4 based on 44 reviews
For 11 years, Royalberry Waffle House and Restaurant has been a popular destination for early morning workers, lunchtime shoppers and relaxing dinner companions. Located at 6417 West 127th Street in Palos Heights, along the busy Harlem Avenue corridor in the southwest suburbs, it reminds of the Kingsberry Waffle Houses in south suburban Flossmoor and Oak Forest. But these are no ordinary Waffle Houses, not like the traditional venues so popular in the Southeastern United States. This isn't a counter business. Lots of comfortable seating, even on an outdoor patio. My sister lives in Palos Heights and attests to the quality of Royalberry's service and cuisine. In recent years, we have sampled the breakfast, lunch and dinner menus. How about Belgium waffles with strawberries and two scrambled eggs with corned beef hash, hash browns and an English muffin for breakfast? And a bowl of soup, Patty Melt (grilled rye bread topped with a half-pound of burger, cheese and grilled onions) and fries and a turkey club sandwich (oven roasted sliced turkey with bacon, American cheese, lettuce, tomato and mayo) for lunch? On our last visit, we enjoyed a dinner of Caesar salad, fillet of salmon, a 10-ounce filet mignon with sauteed mushrooms and baked potato and apple pie. Nary a disappointment.
4 based on 65 reviews
It's been a place where I can be sure of receiving great service and be offered great food. This last visit did not deviate from that. I find that their way of taking care of customers is, for their type of restaurant, about the best you can find. I say that, having spent time and money at other breakfast/lunch places in the south suburbs over the years. Lumes always gives you a great value for the money.
4 based on 59 reviews
On a cold December evening, we arrived at Zacharyâs and opted for the back room for warmth and coziness. Our appetizer was the grilled Octopus, which was perfectly grilled and spiced. Iâm not fond of the tiny head, which tends to be a bit slimy inside, but Iâd give it a 10, on a scale of 1 to 10. For entrees, my wife had the 9 oz. filet and I had the Veal Oscar. The Filet was perfectly done and was a 10. I would rate the Veal Oscar as an 8, for 2 reasons. First, the asparagus should have had the stems peeled a bit. They were a little âwoodyâ for my taste. Second, the Bearnaise Sauce was a zero. Someone needs to revisit the recipe and see whatâs wrong. That was not a Bearnaise Sauce! Finally, for dessert, we split the bread pudding. OMG!!! That is the best bread pudding Iâve ever had. A touch of chocolate at the bottom with a huge scoop of vanilla ice cream on top made this meal memorable. Iâll be back, especially for the bread pudding.
4 based on 162 reviews
This is my 3rd time here.The egg white omelette for breakfast was quite good.The 2 times I have had dinner here it was clearly not ready for prime time.First, the host was inattentive although the restaurant was nearly empty.Second, he gave me a menu which was stained.Third for the second time, the best part of my meal was the soup.The first time I had salmon which was good, not great and scant. The waiter brought no bread.The next time I asked for bread and had pot roast- I make a better one- it was a hunk of meat sitting on flavorless mashed potatoes.It was dry and tasteless.The root veggies were just ok.BTW canât understand how anyone would think this converted diner has fine ambience- still looks and feels like a diner!!!
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