Bandera >Ost Restaurant
Disappointed. After reading the reviews of the OST Restaurant a couple of weeks back, I was anxious to try it out. Simply put, I was disappointed. Every bite of the Country Fried Steak contained grissle or strings of grissle. The gravy belonged in grade school glue bottle and the mashed potatoes were awful. That was it on the plate except for two grease-soaked pieces of Texas toast. The trip to the salad bar was the only redeeming thing about the visit and that was a "barely" The OST is an old broken down restaurant that has seen better days and belongs on one of the back streets of Bandera rather than on the main drag. Needless to say, we won't go back.
Great omelettes, buffet, and atmosphere!!!. This place is one reason that i've chosen to move to Bandera. The service is great/friendly, the saddles for bar stools theme is great, and the food(for the price)can't be beat. The John Wayne room adds SOME kind of ambiance. This restaurant has ta be considered THE focal point of this authentic western town. Stop in, sit down, enjoy, and take a great experience home(wherever that may be)with you...
The western motif restaurant, located in the so-called Capital of the Cowboy World, offers down-home cooking and Mexican dishes..
Stools at the counter are horse saddles, long tables are covered with red-and-white oilcloth and wagon wheel chandeliers with lantern lights that illuminate the cafe. Named for the Old Spanish Trail, it has operated since 1921. Most popular dishes include enchiladas and chicken fried steak, hailed by many diners as best in Texas. An eight-ounce burger called the Duke honors John Wayne, who visited the area during filming of 1960's "The Alamo." For lighter eaters, there's a salad bar.
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