Hook Line & Sinker
3103 Lemmon Ave, Dallas, TX 75204
Phone: (214) 720-1375
Fax: (214) 720-1375
Parking: Lot, Free
Bike Parking: Yes
Good For Family: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Burgers, Family Style, American, Hot Dogs, Seafood
Alcohol: Beer, Wine
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Average
Good for Kids: Yes
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Line, and Sinker is one of my favorites. Every visit, I have the Mexican shrimp cocktail with advocado. Actually that is enough but I always get more food. This time I got the fried oysters. That was a mistake . They were fried well but had no flavor and were unseasoned at all..
I just left HOOK LINE AND RIP OFF on Preston Road in Dallas. I went their a few weeks ago and ordered 1 piece of catfish with fries. It is not a whole piece of catfish like it was in the past, the serving size is very small with a few fries for almost $7.00,add a drink its about $10.50. But, here is the killer I just gave them the benefit of the doubt and went their again tonight. I order six wings with fries and a drink it was $10.24,so I went up to the counter to pick up my order and the manager or who ever he is ( hound dogs the orders ) says sir could you wait a few more minutes that order needs more wings,then he said you can take this order and I will bring you more wings. The menu says wings,but they are really drumettes and it only had about 4 drumettes with one broken into a quarter size. I waited for over twenty minutes for the rest of the food and it never showed up,so I finished up the scaled back amount that I paid for and made the manager aware I was not happy with the service and left. Next time you go there just examine the amount they serve for the money and do not get hung up on the cheap drink prices. I do not mine if you go up on your prices,but don t scale back on the servings and go up on your prices to !! Also if you do not get a customers order right you should offer something to keep that customers business!!!
05/01/2008Provided by Citysearch -
ME AND 5 OTHER OF MY WORK COLEGES WENT FOR LUNCH AND EVERYTHING WAS GOOD EXCEPT THE FISH WAS NOT HOT. ACTUALLY, WE ALL DETERMINED THAT IT WAS MORE LIKE ROOM TEMPERATURE. THAT WAS A REAL TURNOFF CONSIDERING IT WAS 3 OF US VISITING THE RESTAURANT FOR THE FIRST TIME.
WE COULD NOT UNDERSTAND WHY THIS WAS SO, CONSIDERING IT WAS LUNCHTIME.
ALL WE ASK IS TO BE MORE CAREFUL IN THE FUTURE BECAUSE WE DID SPEND ON AN AVERAGE OF $9.00 PER INDIVIDUAL.
down-right good food in a quaint little building/house. I stopped by just because it looked like a great place to take friends and family. Although it's a little cramped inside, it was great. since moving to Texas I've fallen in love with Catfish. Lots of places to get it but few that I would go back to. This is the Third place I've found that I would drive out of my way for the fish. Be Aware - I took some elderly people here and they did not enjoy the tight crowds and the noise, although they thought the food was good as well.
06/08/2007Provided by Citysearch -
No frills or pretense here, it is what it is and that is really good grilled & fried seafood. Quality seafood, generous portions and great value are what keeps a line at the door most weekdays at lunchtime. A pet peeve of mine is ordering fried shrimp dishes in restaurants that serve shrimp the size of quarters, encased in thick, greasy, gloppy batter and then they're stingy with the amount to boot. The fried shrimp at Hook, Line & Sinker are truly jumbo shrimp, butterflied and in the most delicate of a crispy cornmeal batter. The fried catfish is equally as delectable and the grilled shrimp and fish dishes are also fresh and done to perfection. The spicy shrimp cocktail is a a definite winner. You place your order at the counter and then have the option of eating in the indoors dining room or out on the patio. Most people don't mind the wait, the line moves fast and the staff is efficient. If you're looking to be pampered and coddled this isn't the place for you. If your looking for some really good seafood at a great value you'll love Hook, Line & Sinker.