I've been to the Sanger, Frisco and Plano locations. They are all different. Sanger was in a huge square building and every table and chair was different. Very Warehouse-like.
Frisco was right next to a train museum so a little of that was noted as were the tourists the buses dropped off. It had a western feel to me as well as touristy.
Plano was in a strip mall and I just happened to notice it on the way to somewhere else. OF COURSE I STOPPED!
I bet I can find some photos on my phone or on other forums if I try.
It's about the chicken.
In Sanger, my first I ordered the baked chicken. DRY and almost inedible for me. I was later told I should have just told them, but I'm usually not one to complain to the server unless there's a real problem.
The fried chicken in Frisco and Plano was wonderful. The gravy is a cream gravy and my sides were green beans and mashed potatoes. I found that dessert isn't part of lunch which is quite okay. You don't leave Babe's hungry.
I didn't bother with the biscuits because I would have filled up on them before ever getting the food.
Off to find some photos!
I'll be back.
All three started out with a big bowl of iceberg salad that I found very refreshing. I think the dressing is oil, vinegar and sugar. I really liked it. It was a never ending bowl if I wanted... Sanger:
Guess I ordered the corn. That gravy seams rich with cream and I've become a HUGE fan of mashed potatoes and gravy.
In all of the locations they use multi-colored ceramic plates that give it a nice feel. The food is served family style even though I was my myself, mostly. I made up my plates. That gravy! Very milky, maybe made with evaporated milk. My mother told me, "You don't love food". I love this gravy!
I was also impressed that they serve individual packages of Plugra Butter. Nice! Plano:Frisco:
I'd go back in a heartbeat!!!
post edited by mar52 - 2018/11/26 14:38:31