Mountain View in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Takeout. Discover best restaurants in Mountain View with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4.5 based on 249 reviews
Four Blocks West of Courthouse Square at the corner of West Main (Highway 66) and Famous Place.
Tommy's looks pretty dumpy from the outside, and is kinda out of the way from the main road, but the inside is clean, the service is friendly, and the pizza and calzones were terrific!
4.5 based on 60 reviews
We ate ice cream in here and it was great....don't miss the banana splits... a perfect place to stop for a little something extra.
4.5 based on 302 reviews
I had supper at this restaurant early Friday afternoon before going to Blanchard Springs Caverns for a Christmas caroling event. The place was full of people but a table was available. I had the chicken fried chicken with mashed potatoes and deep fried corn on the cob. It was sooooo good and tasty. The only issue was that they only take cash, no credit cards so keep this in mind when you go!!
4.5 based on 269 reviews
Food was great and plentiful. Not too much catfish but of very good quality. Hush puppies were the best ever. Abundant salad bar available. Must have been a 120 feet of window seating for the viewing of the White River as you dine. Will go back there when ever in the area.
4 based on 300 reviews
Other than superfast burger chains, Mountain View is curiously lacking in chain food of the level of Applebee's or Olive Garden and "family" places like Angler's fills this niche. (They do have a few really pricey restaurants, but they are catering to folks a pay grade above us.) Anglers might be called a wannabee Arkansas Red Lobster, if Red Lobster had grits, friend chicken salad and cornbread catfish breading. It is out of town on the White River, at a crossroads: part family roadhouse and part "club." Stone County is a dry county, but one may sell and consume alcohol within a private club. Anglers has one of these club designations, and wine, beer, some name brand liquors and a corn whiskey called "moonshine" are on the menu. (It is "sharp" but drinkable.) Liquor is served as shots; mixers arrive separately.
We ate at Angler's twice: once for breakfast, and once for dinner. Breakfast was typical diner fare, and acceptable. Their lunch and dinner menu just had frying as the primary preparation method; the food was good but by that time I was a little bored with everything in the state being fried or barbecued. Portions were country huge; If you want to eat like a local, it's the place to be.
4 based on 181 reviews
The Skillet Restaurant at the Ozark Folk Center State Park is nestled atop a wooded Ozark hill. Large windows in the glass-enclosed, natural cedar and stone dining room frame the view of the surrounding butterfly garden. Featuring wildlife feeding stations and a water garden, it is frequented by birds, raccoons, foxes, and an occasional bear. While taking in this natural scenery outside, enjoy the tasty Southern country menu, weekend buffets, and numerous Herbal Event Meals designed around recipes by special, guest gourmet foods experts. Our herbal events highlight the use of Fresh Herbs and native plants in their preparation. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner and served daily throughout the regular season. During the off-season, the restaurant opens for specific holidays, special events, and groups. Satisfy your hunger for traditional, Southern country fare, accented by enticing contemporary menu items, here at the Skillet Restaurant.
My husband and I had both breakfast and dinner at The Skillet with friends while attending the Bluegrass Festival this past weekend. Can’t beat the convenience, as it is a short walk from Ozark Campground (where we stayed) and literally steps from the Folk Center. Service was friendly and atmosphere was pleasant enough, but unfortunately, we could only rate the food as ‘average’. Of the two meals, breakfast was definitely the better. The sausage seemed a little soggy and the eggs were not the best (over-cooked, unappealing texture), but the biscuits were decent and the coffee was rich and plentiful. Dinner, on the other hand, was more disappointing. Entrees and sides needed replenishing when we came through, and without labels on anything, it was a little hard to identify a couple of food items. Basic cafeteria food; nothing special. Although you can’t beat this place’s convenient location, and despite the small number of restaurants in Mtn View, there
are better dining options.
4 based on 172 reviews
Just unique enough to be interesting we had a variety and found the food to be good we would go back.
4 based on 75 reviews
Phone No. 870-269-9188
We ordered BBQ to take to a reunion the day before. They agreed to put it together but were not open until 11 AM. When we arrived it was not ready and we had to wait while they put the order together. Rather inconvenient because we had to travel 30 miles on windy roads to the reunion. They had no brisket only pulled pork. It was good not great. We ordered ribs and they gave us a over done set of ribs. The racks were quite small. They were okay but did not compare to ribs we have had in other cities. I was told by some locals afterwards that Shorty's is a better BBQ place. I will not return to Kinfolks. Their service is rather unfriendly for Kinfolks.
4.5 based on 31 reviews
Had lunch there for the first time today. Loved it. Great food and friendly service. Brisket was smokey moist and delicious and barbecue sauce was the perfect flavor. Will be back.
4 based on 103 reviews
Having had an ‘average at best’ dining experience here earlier this year, my husband nor I were overly excited when our friends chose this place for our first dinner of our long weekend in Mountain View. But what a surprise! Seems everything was up several notches - service, ambiance, food! Chips were freshly cooked and piping hot; salsa was tastier than I remembered. My shrimp quesadilla was hot and and stuffed full of cheese and ample shrimp; fresh quac, sour cream and delicious pico de gallo on the side. Mexican combo plates were good, as reported by hubby and our friends. The white cheese dip was good, but a little runny. Only complaint was that one in our party of four who had ordered the shrimp and chicken fajita salad ate through he entree without finding one shrimp. Apparently he was served a steak fajita salad instead. Good, he said - but not what he ordered. No discount was offered. Apparently a miscommunication with the kitchen staff. Still, I am impressed with a much improved dining experience here and will be back when we’re again in Mountain View.
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