Brandon >Longhorn Steakhouse
National chain rustles up rib eyes, T-bones and fillets in a kid-friendly, Lone Star-inspired setting..
One of the country's most successful steakhouse empires attracts a casual crowd with huge, reasonably priced steak dinners and a tempered Texan milieu (country music and imposing cattle busts). Wise diners turn off their internal calorie counters, as many menu items arrive fried, covered in cheese, or both. A typically rich meal starts with cheese fries, followed by a blue cheese-crusted fillet. Fried cheesecake ends the night on a note of Texas-sized decadence.
Change to seasoning on Flo's Filet. We have been eating at this restaurant for many years and was not happy with our steak tonight. They have changed the seasoning on the steak - it was very salty and spicy. I have a problem with spicy food. The waiter was excellent and offered to get another but we had waited some time and I was in a hurry. I ate it but did not enjoy it. This has always been our favorite special day place. A birthday eat out
Great Food. This place is always busy- there is usually a wait every night. BUT it is worth it. Food is very good and they do new food promotions every three months- it has definatletly gotten more sophisticated in preparation and taste of food. It is also very kid friendly.
The Best Little STeakhouse in Town. I visited the Port Richey and Palm Harbor Store. No two are the same. In Port Richey, it's the only restraunt I dare to visit. There food has always been great, the portions have always been sufficient and I have always had attentive waitresses. 10 stars in my book and I love to cook. So much so, that I don't believe many restaurants care about there clientale and really have stopped visiting restraunts except longhorns!
Got Beaf. Longhorn's is one of the best steak houses in town, they have prompt service, fresh food and a great bar. First in my book.
Not a sushi bar. This place has deteriorated badly since it opened. Portions have decreased in size, service has disappeared, and actually cooking food seems to be a lost art. Don't order the specialty salmon, it is usually raw.
... this place really sucks. bad food bad service and terriblly bad management
Best Steak. Have eaten at Longhorn in Fl and Al. Both are consistent with service and food. Great food if not overwhelmingly busy. Great service if not too busy. If crowds are out the door they sometimes drop the ball with overcooking and non attentive servers.
Great steak/ great price. Longhorn has the tastiest steaks around. They add a flavoring called Prarie Dust to thier steaks. No, it's not some weird concoction, it's downright good seasoning. They are always right on the money with the degree you prefer you steak cooked to, whether you prefer it still Mooing or Well Done. You also get alot of food for your money compared to a few very pricy steak houses in the area. Also, the wait is normally very brief, and the service is consistantly good.
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