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Love the Roanoker Restaurant. Always reliable, good homestyle food. Love the chicken livers. Always get them for lunch and ask that they not be overcooked and that's the way they do it! Keeps me going back. Always pleasant service. Always a relaxed, familiar atmosphere. Always...More
Visited because the Roanoker was recommended, but my wife and I both left disappointed.
I tried the Santa Fe Chicken. It was too heavy on thyme. Could not even finish it.
My wife had the Captain's Seafood Platter. It was greasy, lacking flavor, and the...More
The Roanoker is a class act. An institution in the quaint city of Roanoke. Whenever I travel to Roanoke, and it’s infrequent, I usually eat breakfast or dinner at this well established eatery. The menu is always interesting and southern. Where else can you get...More
Our go to Breakfast stop. Arrived just before 7 am Sunday opening time. Seated up front in booth. Waitress serving this section is Gail. Eggs, toast and steaming hot coffee. Eggs cooked perfectly. Service excellent. Been Coming here for 20+ years for breakfasts.
My family visited this location for the first time on Sunday after church. We had heard good things and wanted to try it out.
This is a popular spot among an older crowd. When we arrived the line was long but moved rather quickly.
We come to Roanoke every month and take our kids and grandkids to breakfast here. This weekend we had Chelsea care for us both days, and as always, was great. She was quick to get our toddler's order in so he could be patient, and...More
Still a traditional local place for good Southern food. Slow service on this visit. Restaurant is not as personable as it once was. Some décor has been updated. Still very casual and oriented towards families, Loki business lunches, and older couples.
Went here for dinner with a friend. We ordered drinks from the bar, her’s was good, my cosmopolitan was not good. She order the salmon with steamed veggies. The veggies were bland and were from a frozen bag. I had the broiled seafood platter. The...More