12409 Folsom Blvd, Rancho Cordova, CA 95742
Fax: (916) 985-4249
Directions Westbound Highway 50: Westbound on 50 to the Hazel Avenue exit. Turn left onto Hazel Avenue and continue over the highway overpass. Turn left onto Folsom Boulevard and take the first or second entrance into the Nimbus Winery Complex. Follow the signs to the restaurant.
Eastbound Highway 50: Follow eastbound Highway 50 to Hazel Avenue exit. Turn right onto Hazel Avenue and take an immediate left onto Folsom Boulevard. Take a left into
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Take Out: Yes
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Average
Good For Groups: Yes
Good for Kids: Yes
Good For Family: Yes
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My experience was less than stellar on the day my family celebrated my sisters' and my birthdays on one recent Sunday.
The trim prime rib I ordered was an end cut which I ordered at my sister's recommendation as it has more flavor. To my disappointment, it was more gristly or sinewy with very TINY AMOUNTS of meat. The baked beans were less than tasty. The baked potato skins were a bit on the dry side, as well.
The bread looked delicious, yet was cold without any pleasant yeasty aroma, but nice and soft on the inside. The mashed potatoes I ordered tasted as though they had been left out for awhile with little moisture content.
I enjoy the cooler temps, therefore I welcomed the cool air blowing from the nearby vent directly over our table, yet a bit chilly for my fellow guests...And not helping to keep the food warm. Even the water tasted funny with the less than fresh lemon wedges we'd requested.
The atmosphere was nice through-out the meal, especially being sung Happy Birthday and given cowgirl hats by the wait staff. Nice!
My niece enjoyed her salmon dinner, as did my sister her prime rib. One of our group had salad only, which was good, although I've tasted MUCH better blue cheese dressing for mine. My little niece enjoyed her chicken nuggets and french fries. My mom and her husband seemed to enjoy their dinners, as well, although I don't know what they ordered.
There may come a time should I be invited to go that I would return to Cattlemen's Steakhouse for another hopefully improved experience, but it seems unlikely I'll make the effort very soon.
07/11/2003Provided by Citysearch -
I've never had a better steak in my life or experienced better service. Great place to take the family and not have to worry about you child not liking what is on the menu. By far my favorite place to eat out. the Rancho Cordova Cattlmens has been my favorite so far. I have eaten at the Redding, Selma and Rancho locations and Rancho has a special feel about it and is just a well managed restraunt. Outback Sucks!!
Cattlemen's Taylor Road Rocklin, the best. I have eaten at Dixon, Rancho Cordova, Santa Rosa an Carson City, Nev. Cattlemens and Rocklin is the best. I have never had a bad T-bone at the Rocklin Cattlemen's. Also the price is right, plus they never push you off into the bar.