This is a review of the restaurant at the Petro Iron Skillet in Kingdom City, Missouri. Restaurant Review Petro Missouri Kingdom City
Country where I drive professionally
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Name of truck stop and its location (city and state) where the truck stop restaurant is that I'm reviewing -- as well as the name of the restaurant or franchise within the truck stop.
Petro Iron Skillet Restaurant
Kingdom City, MO
I-70, exit 148
Date when I had a meal at this truck stop (month, day, year)
What type of restaurant and meal/food did I get?
Sit-down restaurant meal
How would I describe the meal I ate at this truck stop restaurant?
How long was my wait for someone to take my order?
Less than 2 minutes
What entrees (or main dishes) did I eat?
Thick cut pork chops, fried chicken, BBQ pork
What fruits and/or vegetables did I eat?
Green beans, mashed potatoes
What soup and/or salad did I eat?
Lettuce-based salad with chopped eggs, cheddar cheese, grape tomatoes, baby corn, cucumber, croutons, French fried onions, topped with Italian salad dressing
What bread did I eat?
Rice as my starch
What dessert did I eat?
Chocolate and vanilla puddings
What, if any, custom meal did I order and did it arrive as ordered?
What did I have to drink (hot or cold)?
Was my food and/or beverage at the right temperature?
What, if anything, did I specifically want to eat (on bars or menu) that was not available?
How clean was the restaurant and my table?
How attentive was my server?
How was the atmosphere in the restaurant?
Temperature was just right
Lights were just right
If I had a sit-down meal, how comfortable was my table and chair/bench?
Do I feel that the value of the food and service for this truck stop restaurant experience was worth what I paid for it?
Based on my personal expectations, what grade would I give to this restaurant experience today (A+ is best; F- is worst)?
Chicken looked a little overdone. Pork chops, green beans and mashed potatoes were excellent. The puddings were extremely tasty and rich, even though they were commercially produced elsewhere.
There were other baked items offered, like donuts, bread sticks and dinner rolls. My server also included a straw without me needing to ask for one.
A good meal; it has been literally years since I last visited this particular location.
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