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Walker Roadhouse
American Restaurant$$
Today Closed
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3272 Remembrance Rd NW Grand Rapids, MI 49534
3272 Remembrance Rd NWUSMIGrand Rapids49534
$$American Restaurant, BarToday Closed
Monday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmSaturday 4:00 – 11:00 pmSunday Closed
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People talk about sweet potato fries, garlic mash potatos, free menu, gluten free and sashimi tuna
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Clint Lang
reviewed 3 months ago
We went to Walker Roadhouse last night and fell in love with this place! This was our first time here. We found it online and the menu looked so good. There were so many options for fish, steaks, chicken, salads and more. We ended up getting the Ahi-Tuna for an appetizer, it was so flavorful and plated beautifully. I ordered the Champagne Seafood Pasta that had Sauteed Shrimp, Scallops, Green Onion, Sun Dried Tomatoes and Artichoke Hearts in a Champagne and Lemon-Garlic Cream Sauce tossed with Fettuccini. We both agreed it was packed full of flavor and the shrimp and scallops were cooked just right. My girlfriend got the Lemon-Artichoke Mahi Mahi Grilled and topped with Sauteed Shrimp and Artichoke Hearts in a Light Lemon Butter and finished with deep fried Capers. Served with Wild Rice Pilaf and I chose Asparagus for my vegetable. I had never had Mahi Mahi before and it was so good. This fish was a nice big piece that was grilled perfectly, it was so flaky and the texture was perfect in my mouth. We finished off with the Apple Crisp that was served Ala-mode that was so nice and warm with oh so much goodness. This place was great! I HIGHLY recommend that everyone tries this place. I know that I will be back and keep coming back.
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He Fed / She Fed
reviewed 9 months ago
At first, we miss the restaurant entirely. I have to turn around and go back, then we spy it. The signage isn’t really that noticeable. Since we’re having an early dinner, we have no problems finding a spot to park. Still, there are plenty of customers, so that’s a good sign. Our friends—I, T, and K—are finishing up drinks at the bar so I check with the hostess to arrange a large table. Soon enough, we are shown to the dining room. I order a beer from our friendly and efficient waitress because I notice they serve draught brew in chilled pint glasses. The ice forms on the outside of the glass like weird sculptures; it’s pretty cool (pun intended). Everyone is in the mood for appetizers so we dig into the thick menu. Wow, the offerings are expansive! It makes me wonder if the cook might be spread too thin, since there are so many different cuisines represented? Undaunted, we plow ahead, stomachs first. We order the Buffalo Chicken dip, which is creamy and slightly spicy. I’m not a fan of tortilla chips, so I use the celery sticks to scoop out the dip. Although I have high hopes for the Fried Cheese Curds made of white cheddar, they’re pretty standard. Not standard, however, are the Bang Thai Shrimp. They are spicy, sweet, and succulent, and would give Bone Fish Grill a run for their money. It’s tough to cook shrimp exactly right; a little too much time on the heat and they’ll curl into tough little O’s. These are perfect. Another highlight is the Smoked Gouda Flatbread. Again, if you use the wrong kind of Gouda, you end up with a fake-tasting cheese dish. This one hits all the right notes, and nobody complains about the crispy pancetta sprinkled on top. For my main, I go with the Chili Rubbed Bistro Steak. Ordinarily, I’m pretty picky about what kind of beef I order. About 99% of the time, I’ll get a small medium rare filet. I just don’t like the nodules and weird bits in some other cuts of meat. This is a grilled ten ounce cut of hanger steak, which Juliet and I have used in past at home, mostly for southwestern food (fajitas, tacos). It can be very tender if marinated properly. Walker Roadhouse’s bistro steak is seasoned, cooked, and topped exactly right. Sauteed peppers and onions smother the meat, and I even opt for the cajun bleu cheese option (only $1.50!!!). I hardly speak to my fellow diners as I demolish the steak. Fantastic! Sweet potato fries, cooked up crunchy, and crisp coleslaw accompany my meal, but I only have eyes (and taste buds) for the beef. Dessert is not an option after all this food. We finish our drinks and chat away with our friends until the check comes. Both of us are pleasantly surprised at the quality of food we found out here on the west side, and there is no doubt we’ll be back regularly...and soon.
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Josh VanDuinen
reviewed 6 months ago
Walker Roadhouse has excellent food and is a hidden gem. Its fresh quality food. I have yet to have a bad meal there.
Kristen Fleischer
reviewed 5 months ago
The food was excellent! Fresh vegetables, garlic mash potatos, and the pork chops were cooked perfect. Gouda pasta was also excellent.
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Nick Rhodes
reviewed 4 months ago
This place has AMAZING Fried Perch! I went 2 days in a row for lunch while on a business trip! Highly recommend!!!
Jan Walters
reviewed 10 months ago
I ordered a hay stack hamburger and the kitchen put the cheese, bacon and onions on the burger while on the grill. The bacon caught on fire and burned the onions too and the put it on the bun and served it. My first bite was ok, but then I got the BURNED BLACK bite and my meal was ruined