Discover Restaurants offering the best American food in Sallisaw, Oklahoma, United States. Sallisaw is a city and county seat of Sequoyah County. The population was 8,880 at the 2010 Census, an 11.2 percent increase from 7,891 at the 2000 census. Sallisaw is part of the Fort Smith, Arkansas–Oklahoma Metropolitan Statistical Area.
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Arby's is a leading global quick-service restaurant company operating and franchising over 3,400 restaurants worldwide. Arby's was the first nationally franchised, coast-to-coast sandwich chain and has been serving fresh, craveable meals since it opened i
I was traveling through Sallisaw, OK and spotted this Arby's on US59. It is just north of I-40. It was lunchtime, but it wasn't too crowded. Arby's features roast beef sandwich, but for a change I tried their Reuben sandwich combo meal. A Reuben is made with corned beef and sauerkraut on marble rye bread. Not bad. The staff gave me my order fairly quickly. I would stop here again the next time I'm in Sallisaw.
Woke up hungry and craving a quick and tasty, breakfast place near you? From fluffy, hand-rolled Made From Scratchâ¢ Biscuitsâ¢ to crispy bacon on our classic breakfast platter to breakfast favorites that you can't get anywhere elseâ¦Hardee'sÂ® serves food ju
We were traveling and did not want to take a lot of time for lunch. Hardee's was a good choice. It took 20 minutes to order, get our food, and eat. Both of our sandwiches were hot and juicy. The freshly baked buns were a nice change from standard buns. Our cashier was knowledgeable and polite, answering our questions easily. The tables were clean, as were the restrooms.
We were just passing through Sallisaw for the night and needed a place to eat dinner. JJ's was the perfect choice. We had the Grilled Chicken Salad and Boneless Wings. Both were tasty. The chicken was well-seasoned and there were plenty of options for wing sauce. The service was great and it was obvious the locals enjoy this place. We would definitely eat here again if we are in Sallisaw.
4 based on 31 reviews
In town for a jury trial and our local counsel suggested this place. They have a lunch buffet which we all tried. So much food. Fried chicken, chicken livers and gizzards, baked chicken, fried catfish and the list goes on. Wide array of vegetables including tasty pinto beans. The salad bar is decent including a really good broccoli slaw. Dessert was apple cobbler with soft serve ice cream. Truly homemade food. Ever thing was quite good. The catfish, which I never eat unless I'm cooking, was very good. If you hungry this is your place. We were there for lunch and the place was packed, always a good sign.
4 based on 40 reviews
First of all for folks passing through looking for something more than a chain restaurant you wonât be disappointed. It was good. Some things were better than others. We were a group of 8. The best thing I ate was the fried pickles. They were really good. I had catfish and it was good. Potatoes and Gravy - good but portions were small. The folks that got salads said they werenât very good or fresh. The club sandwich was reported as being good and it looked good. Service was good and it seemed many locals were there so it must be a good consistent restaurant.
4 based on 88 reviews
Wild Horse is tucked away south of Sallisaw, but it is an excellent place for barbecue. They seem to specialize in brisket. I suggest getting just the meat if possible and using for many sandwiches along with a portion of their sauce as you like. There are three levels of sauce (mild, medium, and hot). The sauce is also not thick and will run everywhere if not monitored.
4 based on 70 reviews
This place is a little off the beaten path, but worth the drive. We were seated right away. The dining area was very clean. We ordered the all you can eat catfish. Our drinks came out with bowls of slaw, red beans, and hush puppies. The catfish was delicious. We will eat here again.
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