Best Resturaunt on the North Shore.
We eat at True Grits a couple times a month and we feel that it is a little gem on the North Shore. We have seen a great improvement since the new owners took over including the new back patio with live music. Jonestown has a cool place to hang out without drivng into Cedar Park or Austin.
Good Food, OK prices. Just wish they had Mexican Choices.
Traditional Texas Roadhouse. I love True Grits. I've been eating there once or twice or more times a month and despite rare inconsistency, I have never been disappointed, nor have any of my guests. Though far from good for you, the chicken fried steak is outstanding.
True Grits has new owners.
To the person who visited in May and had bad gravy,, please try us now and then submit a new review.
My husband and I took over True Grits on Jan 1, 2009 and are back to cooking everything FRESH and made to order. I think you will be presently surprised with the changes we have made. We have put a lot of
"elbow grease" into the place and are repairing booths, table cloths and many of the other things that had been previously neglected.
We will be open for breakfast in early Feb and hope you will give us a try!
DOWN HOME COOKING.....TEXAS FUN!
Decent greasy spoon with a good dose of spoiled food minus the customer service!. My husband and I went to eat at True Grits. I ordered the True Grits burger, which was marginally good. My husband (a chef) who ordered the chopped steak dish (it has a specific name there) discovered, less than halfway through, that the gravy had gone bad. We couldn?t get the waiter?s attention to take it back, so I offered to share my hamburger with him and said that we could tell the waiter once he came back to the table that he should credit our bill. We did so, and the manager comes out shortly thereafter to notify us that the owner said that ?she had just made the gravy? and that there was no way that it could have gone bad. They refused to credit our bill (despite the fact that my husband had eaten less than half of his food) but offered to ?mail us a gift certificate?- we live in Austin! Let me make it clear that my husband typically eats like a goat and only refuses food if it is REALLY bad. He also has a keen palate for food that has gone bad. I was incensed by the owner?s supposed comment that implied that either 1) we were lying and just trying to get a free meal or 2) we were crazy and didn?t know what we were talking about. I am also concerned that they are in denial about food safety and that someone with a weaker immune system might end up catching something there that could end up making them seriously ill. So, that being said, if you want a decent greasy spoon with a good dose of spoiled food minus the customer service, try True Grits!
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