Great food. Quaint setting. Good service. We always the delicious food and went twice this trip. Definitely the best place for dinner in Southfork!
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A big board on the sidewalk advertises Prime Rib, Once a week we would see the sign and decided to make a RESERVATION for that evening for their prime rib special. We were seated promptly in a very small area that was quite musty and served a couple of glasses of some Cabernet I can't describe. Half way into our... More
I had a late evening dinner, they were closing but stayed open to serve me. I had a beef patty with mushroom sauce. It came with a vegetable and baked potato for a reasonable price. I would stop again.
Found this place by accident, decided to give it a try. Wow. Just wow!! First the service: server's name was Christian, he was very friendly and helpful, checked on us frequently but didn't hover. Second the food: portions were huge, really large and great quality. The cook was excellent just add ordered. I would recommend Rock Away to anyone for... More
Stop by it's not hard to find but is easy to miss if you aren't looking. John owns and is the chef it is an old west log restaurant great atmosphere you will enjoy, great prime rib, See ya there
Kind of disappointed this year. For a "pricey" restaurant, the food was mediocre hopefully it was just an OFF night..
It's a classic. we have eaten here for years even when I was young with my grandmother. It's been there a long time. Good food and a fun old school environment. We reserve it for our "classy" night out as it's not as casual as the few other south fork restaurants.
didn't want anything farm raised, so I skipped the trout. settled on the salmon when told it was Pacific salmon, which I figured had a chance of being wild. it certainly wasn't sockeye; I'm not sure what it was, maybe keta, but it was the most tasteless and tough salmon I've ever had. dessert was to be included with the... More
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