The Rock Cafe in Stroud, OK

The Rock Cafe

 January 08, 2009  10 Comments  32689 views





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    Thursday, January 08, 2009
    I wish there was an option for a 1/2 star... Not sure why Guy came here... the food was acceptable but the service was pathetic. Our kid was challenged as to her age when she ordered a kid's meal!!! Where does that happen? And she was 13 at the time. Never saw our waitress after she delivered our food. And one of the other wait staff practically sat down at our table showing us pictures of her grand kids!! Freaky!!! If you're travelling Route 66, there are plenty of other places to stop - skip this one. I have visited 31 other Diners, Drive Ins, and Dives restaurants and this one is at the bottom of the list! Oh... and they nickel and dime you for everything!!!
  2. Anonymous
    Thursday, January 08, 2009
    My husband and I went to the Rock Cafe today while taking a drive down Rt 66 and absolutely enjoyed the experience! We were highly skeptical after reading these comments, but decided to live on the wild side. haha It was a childhood memory for my husband that he appreciated reliving! I enjoyed the friend green tomatoes more than he but the Buffalo burger and fries was just as he remembered! And the staff was friendly and on the ball. We will go back some day!
  3. Anonymous
    Thursday, January 08, 2009
    We went there hoping for good and instead got bad.  They do not have any sign or recognition that Guy Fieri was there.  They seem angry that anyone but a local would come into the restaurant to eat.  We felt unwelcomed.  The servcie was slow and poor.   The food was barely okay.  This is the only Diners, Drive-ins and Dives restaurant that I have been to that I would never go back to.  Do yourslef a favor (and apparently them as well) and stay away.
  4. Anonymous
    Thursday, January 08, 2009
    My wife and I saw this on D,D&D, found out it was on our route to MO and decided to give it a try.  We stopped there for breakfast on a Sunday morning.  Thought it was closed at first, no sign, no cars anywhere near the parking lot.  Staff was not very friendly, seemed like we were wasting their time by being there.  I guess that's why there were no cars outside.  Food was mediocre at best, have had better at Denny's.  Don't waste you time here.  
  5. Anonymous
    Thursday, January 08, 2009
    Lin, hit it right on the head. Schnitzel, left a salty taste in my mouth all day. Staff was leaning against a wall bored. Surprising bad service with only two tables full. Owner was not there. I asked about a dessert item and the waitress mumbled something and walked away. I sat for 15 more minutes and when she returned to my table I realized the mumble must have been a no. I have gone to five D.D. & D's and this was by far the most forgettable and the only disappointing one. They do have a very large menu. My son ate a Alligator burger that he liked. My wife thought her hamburger was good, but average. Other son ate a Crawfish Po-boy that he said was not as good as Popeye's. ($42 dollars )
  6. Anonymous
    Thursday, January 08, 2009
    Quaint place along RT 66. The service was poor- had the schnitzel that was on the show- enough salt to melt frozen roads in Minnesota. Staff was unfriendly and seemed to view us as outsiders. I would stay away- very disappointing
  7. Anonymous
    Thursday, January 08, 2009
    I have updated the coordinates, they definitely were wrong. When I did the look up there's a west and east so I have the correct map coordinates now...Thanks for letting me know! What do you think of the place?
  8. Anonymous
    Thursday, January 08, 2009
  9. Anonymous
    Thursday, January 08, 2009
    Went before and after the fire, food is great with LOTS of options. Between Tulsa and OKC so get off the turnpike and check it out! Buffalo Burger is great
  10. Anonymous
    Thursday, January 08, 2009
    We enjoyed the atmosphere and the hospitality, went in at lunch time and there were several locals.  Met a young man from Germany traveling via Harley between Chicago and California.  Ann had a Buffalo burger which was great and I had the Hagerschenel (sp) which was fantastic.  As we were leaving a whole group of Harley riders (20-25) pulled in.  Hope they had as much fun as we did.


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