great food. Yes it is a hole in the wall, nope there isn't much seating and the one person that works the counter and the kitchen might not always be the friendliest but the food is always excellent. Don't come here if you want thirty different sauces to choose from or if you are passing sushi places that are really wetting your appetite because if your hoping for raw fish, smoked pork probably isn't going to satisfy you. It's really good really basic BBQ no frills attached. Go with a good attitude and get some really great food.
I arrived here in the us few months ago and i can say that the customer service in the places i been to so far were all good until i got into this restaurant (if you call it a restaurant with 3 small tables crampling inside). . We went inside NEVER been greeted. We are the one who even greeted first with this lady with an attitude. My niece who works in a restaurant said that there is a 30 second rule to greet a customer once they entered the door, well, it doesnt apply to this restaurant.
We ordered the beef brisket sandwhich. We were looking on the photos and asked who was Winston Hill and she replied with an attitude that we should look onto the walls..real snotty..If he still alive, it will be a disgrace to his name.
I think that Mr. Haworth said it all..He is right when he said that they make it really smelled good so you can smell it good outside and invites you to go buy some. They are total expert in false advertisement.. The food wasn't that good.I will never come back to this place.
I would suggest that people should read reviews first before going so your money would not be wasted.
Don't waste your taste buds!.
We anticipated visiting this restaurant for days following a friend's recommendation as the best BBQ ever! Oh the truth is 180 degrees to the opposite! This was the worst BBQ I have ever eaten! And ranks in the bottom 5 of the worst restaurants I have ever visited!
The 'restaurant' is an end cap, hole in the wall attached to a grocery store strip mall. As we approached the front door my friend said it sure does smell good, and my reply was "Anyone can burn hickory and make it smell good." We should have left then, with the grand smell of burning hardwood still present in our olfactory systems! But since we had passed on any one of six different sushi places worthy of our patronage to visit this place we pressed on! We had planned to sit and dine, but the 'dinning' area was a space of about 70 square feet with two tables, four chairs and the dried food remnants of the day’s previous visitors. We stepped up to the order window and were met by a woman with a personality that would make a family of fence posts proud. Her somber facial expression and business only replies kept us focused on the sparse menu. I ordered the 'smoked' turkey dinner and my friend ordered the 'smoked' pork dinner, each came with two sides, and I also ordered a half-pound of smoked hot link. The limited sides were: boiled corn on the cob, beans, cole slaw (which they were out of), and potato salad. We both ordered beans and potato salad, and each dinner also included two slices of bread and a side of BBQ sauce. While it was being prepared we noticed that the meat was being electronically reheated and we came within milliseconds of canceling the order and heading to the nearest fast food joint. But with the recommendation we had, we paid the $32.59 and took our food to go.
Once home we sat down to 'enjoy' some BBQ for dinner. HAH! The pork was slices of pork tenderloin, which could be purchased at any grocery store. It had been smoked but lacked any real flavor, and was a dire disappointment in comparison to the expected pulled pork, which is the norm when ordering pork at a "BBQ" restaurant in Colorado. The smoked turkey wasn't any less disappointing. I could purchase a similar smoked turkey sliced deli meat at any grocery store deli in the Denver metro area, and perhaps make a far better sandwich. Included with the dinner was two slices of soft wheat bread, perhaps Sara Lee, wrapped in a sandwich baggie. The side dishes? Beans--plain ole flavorless canned beans with a tiny amount of chopped pork mixed in. Warmed up VanCamp's pork and beans straight out of the can would have been an improvement. Potato salad--I'm not even sure how to describe this product! It was a starchy, sticky, flavorless cup of chunky pale yellow stuff, with poppy seeds?! Oh the BBQ sauce?! You might think that a place that is recommended by a friend as the best BBQ ever would at least have a good sauce. Nope! There was one sauce. One! And one, doesn't even give you a choice. One! The sauce was silly sweet, nearly inedible sweet. And after several tastings and sniffings, we determined that the sauce was constructed of cinnamon apple cider, ketchup, brown sugar, and a slight amount of crushed red pepper (seeds), with a hint of pumpkin pie spice?! The hot link however, was a normal hot link sausage cooked in a smoker, nothing special, not disgusting, and the only thing that was edible, with the exception of the Heinz dill pickles we served ourselves from a condiment container on the counter.
Don't waste your time, money, or taste buds on the slop this place is churning out!
Best BBQ Brisket I have had in Colorado. Great family owned and operated business. BBQ is smoaked in a real smoker with real wood over a real fire. The way it should be done. Can't get a taste like this any other way!
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