We live in Round Rock and have lunch here about once a month and have never had a bad meal. Sorry, but you will probably be hearing the word "fresh" a lot in this review. For lunch they serve sandwiches, salads, and fresh home made soup. You only have one choice of bread for the sandwiches - sourdough, but these are individual rolls that are baked fresh every morning. They even make a smaller version of the roll for 1/2 sandwiches. The bread has a slightly sweet taste, and are addicting. When we go for a late lunch sometimes we will buy some of the rolls to take home. The salads are made with fresh field greens (not iceburg or romaine), and are great. He also makes one or two fresh soups everyday. OK, I think that is enough fresh.
I usually get a soup and 1/2 sandwich combo, or a salad. All the sandwiches are good, but my favorite is the tuna, which is funny because I rarely eat a tuna sandwich at home. I think it is because it reminds me of my mom's with a little bits of finely chopped onion and pickles. My wife and I have had several different sandwiches, salads, and soups and they are all great. They also serve a couple of different burgers, but we have not tried them yet.
They also serve breakfast in the mornings, and all day Sunday. We went on a Sunday once and the Eggs Benedict was the best I ever had with great fresh hollandaise sause. My wife had the "3 pancake short stack" - they were hugh and thick, but still fluffy. I helped her a little, but we still only finished half.
I have seen a few complaints about service on some of the reviews. I can say we have never had bad service here. Sometimes when it is busy it can take awhile to get your food, but most of the customers seem to understand this. Business people usually do a little work on their laptop (free wifi is available), and friends catch up with conversation. They will continue to fill your glasses, and never make you feel like you have to leave. I have seen complaints that they did not get their bill in a timely manner, you usually have to ask for it, since they do not want you to think they are asking you to leave. Most of the locals know that you don't even get a check - you just go up to the front counter where they will have your bill and pay there.
If you have never been you should definatly try this place out. Check out their web site for more information, and times/days they are open. Just search on Round Rock Cafe.
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