satisfied. I recently been to this sizzlers location and the lne was very long. I had no problem with it im used to waiting in long lines.. But to get to the point i was very satisfied with my service i believe her name was kristina she was very helpfull an i never had to ask where is my waiter.. an the cashier deandrie was very helpfull pointed out somethings that made my meal cheaper an he had a great attitude.. Thank you for your experience expect to see be there real soon
Comfortable family restaurant serves up grilled steaks, seafood and a mammoth salad bar..
Established in California in 1958, this all-American chain is decked out with stone accents, dark woods, and classic photography that hearkens back to the restaurant's beginnings. The original menu featured four steak options; today, guests choose from steaks, burgers and sandwiches, St. Louis-style pork ribs, and signature "sizzlin' platters" of garlic-herb chicken or grilled seafood. The famous salad bar offers more than 90 items, including desserts and hot appetizers.
Salad bar is only thing worth eating. As a chain, Sizzler is consistent in serving mediocre food. Their salad bar is good, lots of choices and soup. The tacos are awful but the chicken wings are decent. The steaks are a lot smaller than they used to be and most of the entree sizes are smaller too (malibu chicken). I used to like their baked potatoes but I think I can bake a potatoe better than they can, the skin's not crispy anymore. The fried shrimp used to be crunchy, but lackluster now. But what do you expect for the price?
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