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Thursday, June 27, 2013

Littlefield's Starlite Diner


 

The Starlite Diner, out Old Conway Highway in North Little Rock, is really a great little diner...finally! So glad Hunka Pie stopped trying in this location (as well as numerous attempts at other locals). Such a cute retro dining car, it would have been a shame if the Littlefields had not taken a chance to open a brand new restaurant in it.  Breakfast is delicious and sandwiches are wonderful. They do have a Pork Chop or Chicken Breast Plate with choice of potato and a house salad. The BLT was huge and the Bologna with cheese, mustard, and a wallop of onion on white bread was pretty darn good. Will go again soon!

Littlefield's Starlite Diner on Urbanspoon

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Don't Miss Out On Rocket21...

Great place for lunch! Food and atmosphere were very nice. The waiter a little spacy but, she got the food out just as ordered in a timely manner.  Decor was pretty swanky and stylish looking with the nice bar and beautiful aquarium. Been a lotta of complaining about this place however, we had a good lunch visit and the place was packed.  The Calamari was my favorite and the Fish Tacos and Homemade Potato Chips were good but, you must try the Tomato Bisque Soup w/ House Salad if they have it the day you visit...fresh, different, light, and delicious!





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Trivia Question: What was the name of the Mexican restaurant (back in the 70s) that was located in what is now the Ice House?

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Tuesday, June 4, 2013

What the Heck is A Cajun Noodle...

Well, it's a sweet little hole in the wall restaurant in Lonoke, Arkansas. We were headed out of town the other day via Interstate 40 and naturally we were hungry before we ever got going...so upon a friend's suggestion we stopped and had lunch at the Cajun Noodle. Don't understand the noodle lingo but the Cajun part I really got! We had the Meatball Appetizers with a special red sauce and they were gone before I could get a picture. Then we had the Shrimp Etouffee and it was really scrumptious over some rice. Not noodles...still wondering. Anyway, we topped our meal off with a delicious Bread Pudding that had ooey gooey caramel sauce and pecans all over it. No noodles... Guess we will have to return and check the noodle thing out. A little pricey but worth the trip to Lonoke.. where else can you get scrumptious Cajun cookin', good old Southern hospitality, great service, and Karaoke, as well, in an old golf club house that use to be the Lonoke Country Club???



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