13700 Highway 9
777-667-0089'Cue, or Pseu? (And what's with the courier font?) We'll keep an open mind. Sportsbar ambience, stripmall location. Music evenings, beer, wine. And, for the depraved heart, Grilled Pizza "topped with tomato sauce, mozzarella and your choice of chopped pork, beef, or chicken." (How's that for "fue"-shun? I think I might spue ... hey, they started it.)
They are out of sliced meat so, contra protocol, I order chopped apples and oranges. Freedom fries are called Hand Cut Russets or something-- TMI or too much info. But as a reviewer I like to know these things, if only for my Pseudetector.
Sandwich ($5.95) served spilling so much meat I had to be warned there was a toothpick in there somewhere holding the thing together. The meat was of a good texture not pureed, and with good outside content. Homemade pickles served on side proved too sweet, as though the cucumber (or 'cuke, geddit?) had been pickled in Karo syrup.
As will happen with chopped meat there was an initially dryish mouth presentation, but soon yielding notes of succulence. Even so, recourse to a vinegar-based sauce set on the table among others was needed.
The standout here is the fries ($2.95), which are reminiscent of Ollies of yore (speaking of which, the McClungs are rumored to be opening a place near The Point Formerly Known As Clear, on Mobile Bay.).
Is there a Southern Pride cooker at the heart of this operation? The last place I asked this I felt about as welcome as government inspector.