Superior Grill has served us food that was quality both times we've gone. The service was good both times we've gone. We went after church for lunch, had "typical" Mexican ware, fajitas and a taco salad, and spent about $32.00 pre-tip. The second time we went was for dinner. We eat out a lot (no kids), so we know, as do most, tgat a dinner menu is often pricier than a similar lunch menu. My wife had fajitas, as did I. We didn't look at the menu (regret that) because we felt like we had a handle on what type of place we were in, decent, but not "The Ritz-Carlton". She had chicken and shrimp fajitas. Three shrimp, five slices of chicken, two small pieces of pepper and caramelized onions, $29.95. I had the beef fajitas, $19.95. Add two unsweetened iced teas and we had $60+ dinner. Like I said, we eat out a lot, and have lived in many places, including Mazatlan, Mexico, and I have never been more surprised by a bill, ever. I could tell the waiter had trepidation forking over the bill because he knew it was outrageous. I still tipped him 25% because he was good and its not his decision to rip hard-working people off. Always look at the menu. Lesson learned.....for sure.
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Recently I has the pleasure of experiencing Sammy's BBQ. I had originally gotten the name of the restaurant from a friend of mine who spoke very highly of their food and service, so I was compelled to ty it for myself. I was not disappointed. This restaurant, tho not a huge chain restaurant, embodies all the attributes of what a chain restaurant SHOULD be. The quality of food and service is a rareity here vin shreveport. I reccomend this restaurant to ANYONE who truely enjoys a QUALITY BBQ restaurant.
Trejo's on Mansfield Rd. is the best Mexican restaurant to eat on the South side of Shreveport.The food is cheap and the atmosphere feels like you are truly in a mexican restaurant.The service is absolutely great!!!You should try it next time you are on the side of town.