Small food served on medium plates. Tasted plain, like a cafeteria. Coffee was good, advertised real cream, but had unrefrigerated half and half. Biscuits dry and flat.
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People are interesting. The waiters are more interesting. The food suits your pallet and wallet. Enjoy the surroundings and savor the atmosphere. Must do in the morning.
I only eat there for Breakfast but probably the best value in Memphis for breakfast. Outside is not inviting but inside is clean and friendly!
Our first meal in Memphis is at Barksdale Restaurant. We were told to go there by the locals. We always try to eat where the locals eat. We were very happy with our food. Steve got chicken fried steak and an order of fried chicken....More
I walked in here for the first time. It seems like a nice little, nothing fancy coffee and breakfast diner. Although, there's maybe one, two harried waitresses taking care of NOT that many people (1/2 - 3/4 full of people at 9 am - breakfast...More
Oh my gosh, y'all! This place had the best food. We got there at 1pm and because we had slept in late, I really wanted breakfast and my kids wanted lunch. The Barksdale offered it all. My omelette and pancakes were A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!!!! The omelette had...More
Outstanding breakfast that we found by accident. Planned to go to another highly rated spot for Sunday breakfast but it didn't open until later and we had a conference to get to. Stopped by Barksdale and really liked it! Biscuits are so light and tasty,...More
This was our first visit to Barksdale Restaurant today. The kitchen was running unusally slow, according to our waiter. The food was delicious once it arrived (about 35 minutes for omelets to be delivered). Be advised the portions are average, so if you're hungry, order...More