Goldrush Cafe, Dallas, 6/17/16

exterior
exterior

Goldrush Cafe is a small neighborhood spot for breakfast and lunch. It has a large supply of repeat customers who tend to pull chairs together and discuss anything from sports to politics and do this on a regular basis. It’s that kind of place, where most don’t need a menu and many have a customized way their food is made. It’s not fancy, just plain food well done in a cozy, welcoming atmosphere.It’s not a chain and is family run with a friendly and happy staff who make you feel glad to be there.

breakfast menu
breakfast menu
lunch menu
lunch menu
interior
interior
Frankie checked out the place
Frankie checked out the place
second room
second room

 

It’s breakfasts are nice, especially the fluffy biscuits and the steak and eggs.  For lunch they usually have a daily special in addition to the menu items.  All the prices are very reasonable. We were there for lunch and tried the chicken fried steak sandwich that is a large cutlet with crispy breading served on a perfectly toasted bun with mayo, lettuce and tomato.  The sandwich comes with a pickle wedge and chips.  It is one of my favorites.

Chicken fried steak sandwich
Chicken fried steak sandwich
another angle
another angle
Frankie explored table condiments
Frankie explored table condiments

 

The daily special was a pulled pork sandwich with slaw and beans.  It was delicious. The pork tender, sauce tasty and again a perfectly toasted bun.  We ate every bit and sat afterwards to talk and drink down some more of their good ice tea.

pulled pork sandwich, slaw and beans
pulled pork sandwich, slaw and beans
our nice waiter at the check out area and window into the kitchen
our nice waiter at the check out area and window into the kitchen
Frankie thought she blended in with the bobble head collection
Frankie thought she blended in with the bobble head collection
Owner George met Frankie
Owner George met Frankie

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