Great service and really good food. My son and I had potato soup and it was good. They use red potatoes and the pieces are not super small.
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I had the fish tacos and they were good but they had lettuce instead of coleslaw that is used at most places, service was good and the warm rolls are always good, we tried to go to the restaurant next door but they were closed...More
I had one of my favorite comfort foods...chicken fried steak. We got the smaller portion (not on the menu) which is plenty for us older appetites. Youngsters or those who haven't eaten all day should get the regular portion. Very good flavor but I was...More
The Cotton Patch is a small chain and their menu features mainly familiar comfort food such a chicken fried steak, turkey and dressing, pork chops, etc. Very reasonable prices and good service.
Sunday lunch. If you're looking for yeast rolls and home cooking, stop by Cotton Patch. Service is attentive and quick. Good value.
Prices have Ben raised and that is expected. What we did not expect was to get 3 oz of wine of a brand that retails for 6.99 and be charged 7 bucks for. Many of the items were observed smaller, but the salad was so...More
We were in the area and chose this restaurant for lunch as it was convenient. The best thing about the experience was our waitress: nice, accomodating and friendly. The food was fine - nothing to write home about. It was hot and it filled our...More
We have not had dinner here in several months so we decided to go back. The entire experience was disgusting. I had to send my silverware back as it was dirty and there was food stuck to the water glass. The food was not hot....More
Love me some fried green tomatoes, and chicken fried steak. Good home style cooking,good service. The cobbler Ala mode is the perfect ending. Yummers!!
My last two visits to Cotton Patch has just been awful. We used to visit at least once a month, but no more. I ordered the chicken and dumplings which is a signature dish. It was lukewarm when it came. The dumplings were not fully...More