Then out came seven huge plates of entrees:
Two Frisco Shop Legendary Burgers
with french fries, And the famous onion rings
* The Famous Frisco - 5 oz Burger with lettuce, American cheese, special relish, served on a toasted bun.
* The Night Hawk - 8 oz Sirloin burger with blue cheese, lettuce, tomato, mayo, mustard, dill pickle, red onion, served on a toasted bun.
* Top Chop’t Steaks - Famous for that “Sirloin Flavor” and brown gravy
* Frisco Chicken - Grilled breast of chicken topped with smoked provolone cheese, sauteed onions, mushrooms, red and green peppers.
* Chicken Fried Steak - Beef cutlet breaded and seasoned, deep fried golden brown with cream gravy.
* Salmon - Grilled Atlantic salmon with lemon caper butter sauce peas and carrots.
* Wednesday special meatloaf with special red sauce
A La Carte:
Frisco's famous marinated coleslaw; Whipped potatoes; Pinto beans; Lima beans; mexican rice, and sauted fresh vegetables
and Texas toast
Then Jamie requested to try their chocolate Ice Box Pie that Frisco's makes fresh daily.
When none of us could take another bite the waitress came out with their Award Winning Coconut Cream Pie saying that Debra insisted that we could not leave without eating their famous dessert.
Jonathan said he now knows how it feels to be the host of man verses food!
Mauri remembers the special occasions of going to the Night Hawk to eat with her family when she was a little girl. "This is the kind of home cooked food Austinites grew up eating, and every bite reminds me how much I love being an Austinite. If you live in Austin or just passing through you must take a special trip to the Frisco Night Hawk!"
Craig was impressed with the Salmon and everyone rated the Frisco Chicken as superb. Jamie rates the Frisco hamburger as one of her favorites and Jonathan said the Chicken Fried steak was excellent.
The Gandy family four gives Frisco's Night Hawk a 8 thumbs up, however Mauri said if there was a way we could give a ten this iconic restaurant deserves the award - Hands Down!
This Review was shown on AustinTX.TV Austin History Summer Series Program 15