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This is an all you can eat restaurant. You pay a price to get in and you can refill your plate as many times as you please.
They do not clean correctly at this restaurant! Several times we have had different types of food poisoning hit the area because of this place. I do not recommend taking your life in your hands by grazing here.
Favorite Dish: NOT!
Written Apr 15, 2009
Address: 570 S 24th St W
This place has great beer and pizza. The beer is made on site and they experiment and make new brews on a regular basis - so try something new.
Favorite Dish: I like the pizza. I have tried several different types and it is always good.
Written Apr 15, 2009
Address: 113 N Broadway
The New York food critic and travel writer Steven Shaw wrote, “Who would have believed that Billings, Montana could be the home of a restaurant as good as Enzo?”
Enzo has a pleasant interior decorated in Mediterranean shades of ochre and olive, with two levels and half moon pine bars. The menu features authentic Naples pizza made in an Italian wood burning oven, wonderful handmade pastas, mesquite grilled Pacific fish and aged meats, sandwiches, salads, and delicious desserts. They also feature a selection of microbrews and regional wines. We use to eat lunch here often when we would go to Billings for the day, but a friend just told me that they now are only open for dinners. That is a loss for us!
Favorite Dish: I love the pastas, but my husband usually goes for the pizzas.
Updated Oct 31, 2008
Address: 1502 Rehberg Lane
Phone: (406) 651-0999
The Rex serves fresh seafood flown in twice weekly and top quality certified angus beef, as well as pasta and chops. The Rex’s full bar and has received awards from Wine Spectator Magazine for its high quality wine list. In 1998 a Patio Bar & Grill was added, where in the warm months you may be served lunch Monday through Friday. On this Patio menu you will fine tasty sandwiches, pizzas, salads, appetizers, rotisserie chicken, and other daily specials. Prices for a dinner entree generally run from $13 - $32
Favorite Dish: Sometimes for their daily special they offer Montana-raised buffalo steaks, excellent!
Updated Aug 1, 2008
Address: 2401 Montana Ave.
Based on a "tip" from VT member KimberlyAnn, please note the new address for Walker's (listed below on contact information). Anne reported that the restaurant has moved from its "down under" location to a new location in downtown Billings. I'll have to return to Billings now to try the new location!
It's now "Walker's Grill and Tapas Bar"
I asked a colleague about restaurant recommendations in Billings, MT, he said,"There's a great place that's located below street level." He couldn't remember the name, but said, "Ask anyone for the 'underground' restaurant--they'll know what you're talking about.'"
We didn't have to ask anyone, we drove right by a place that to me, looked "under ground," meaning you had to step down to the entrance from the street level.
It's a nice restaurant, with a wonderful selection ranging from ahi tuna salad, to steaks, to pastas, to wonderful fresh fish selections. The menu is broken down by:
Vegetarians need not worry, there are a few menu selections that would fit your needs (some pasta dishes with fresh tomatoes, salads, basil, garlic and olive oil; eggplant and roasted vegetable appetizer)
Would recommend for a business meal or a good gathering place to meet friends.
Favorite Dish: My colleagues ordered caprese and mixed green salads (this one came with Stilton blue cheese, bacon, walnuts and a citrus vinaigrette); crabcakes (not overstuffed with filling, but about 6-8 little jujube-sized crabcakes on garlic aioli; we also ordered a gourmet pizza, and a wonderfully delicious tomato soup (chunks of fresh tomatoes) with artichoke hearts and fresh herbs. The wine list was pretty impressive--several domestic brands (Napa and Sonoma Valleys), as well as some from France, Chile, Italy; and good selection of dessert wines, too.The cocktail selection was quite good as well--I had the prickly pear martini.
Updated May 3, 2008
Address: New address: 2700 1st Ave. N. in downtown Billings
Phone: (406) 245-9291
This restaurant has a variety of dishes to choose from including pasta, fish, steak, veal, and shrimp. Q is one of the high quality restaurants in Billings, and although the price is higher than average, it is a bargain compared to large cities else where in the country. The menu is a-la-cart, so soup and salads cost extra, although the entrees do come with a starch such as potatoes or risotto. We spent about $81 (not including the 20% tip we left) for the two of us, although we could have spent less, if we hadn't ordered the number of extra items that we did. My husband had a crispy artichoke as an appetizer, he also had an apple martini with that, and I had a fancy drink with rum, midori, and fruit juices. We both had one of their delicious salads. The salad we chose had fresh strawberries, spinach, caramelized nuts, stilton blue cheese, and a sesame dressing. We each ordered the salmon as our entree, which was served in a bowl with small potatoes and a light cream sauce poured over all. My husband also had a glass of wine with his meal. We both ordered creme Brule with a few huckle berries in it for dessert. This is a small, pleasantly decorated restaurant with a high ceiling covered with the original embossed tin panels, mixed with chandeliers hanging from contemporary looking large pieces of curved wood located along the walls. This mixture of the modern and the old works well, giving the restaurant an attractive atmosphere. With seating in booths, small tables, and sidebars, we found that the booths are the most comfortable and private setting to eat in. I would recommend reservations, and you could ask for a booth when you reserve. Q Cuisine is only open evenings from 4:30 to 11:00, Monday through Saturday.
Favorite Dish: Everything we had was delicious. I will definitely order the Strawberry Spinach Salad again. The breadbasket comes with rolls, and a cracker like bread---this latter was really delicious. I ate way too much of these, and wished I had skipped the roll!
Updated Aug 26, 2006
Address: 2503 Montana AVe.
If you enjoy Thai food, or are looking for a new taste, this is an excellent restaurant with very reasonable prices. You will fine a varied choice of appetizers, salads, soups, entrees, noodles and rice dishes, vegetable dishes, and even a few traditional Thai desserts. Spicy dishes such as the Thai Curries, most of the soups, and a number of the entrees are served with the classic Thai cuisine spiciness. However, if you would like your dish to be more mildly spiced, you may ask for this change in the dish and there will be no problem. You will easily be able to identify the spicy dishes, as there is a picture of a chili pepper next to the dish description on the menu. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner Tuesday – Sunday, and closed Mondays.
Favorite Dish: We have only eaten lunch here, as we usually want to make the 105 mile trip back to Cody before it gets dark. The Goong Kaew appetizer, which is a small plate with six shrimp wrapped with rice paper, then deep fried and served with a sweet chili sauce that they make themselves is excellent. I love the #1 lunch special. This includes a choice of Cashew Chicken or Chicken with Sweet Fresh Basil. I always get the Cashew, which is slices of stir-fried chicken breast, onions, scallions, green peppers, and cashew nuts. You will also get some delicious Phad Thai Noodles, and an egg roll. The egg rolls are rolled in rice paper and deep fried, very delicate and crisp, and not at all greasy. The sweet and sour sauce that is served with the egg rolls is much better than what you usually get in Asian restaurants. Not too sweet, but just enough sweetness so that it isn’t too sour.
Updated Jul 30, 2006
Address: 3210 Henesta Dr. Suite “G”
Phone: (406) 652-4315
If you want a good burger, Red Robin is one of the best places in town to get one. They have an extensive menu of different gourmet burgers with various toppings. They also have some tasty grilled chicken sandwhiches and hearty salads. This is a pretty popular place with the locals so there is usually a short wait around lunch and dinner time but it is worth the wait. The atmosphere is upbeat and friendly and the service is good.
Favorite Dish: I have had just about every burger on the menu and I just can't pick a favorite because they are all good. They have a Whiskey River BBQ burger that is smothered in BBQ sauce. They have a teriyaki burger that has grilled pineapple and teriyki sauce. They have a Lone star burger that has pepper jack cheese, a green chili and guacamole on it. All of the burgers come with all you can eat steak fries and most of them require you to use 2 to 3 napkins before you are done. If you have room for desert they have an awesome mile high mud pie.
Written Apr 21, 2004
Address: 1603 Grand Ave
Suds hut is a local favorite for a good steak on a budget. If you plan on going on the weekend you had better get there early as it fills up fast. It is not a fancy place but it has good food at a good price. They serve the basic pub food. They usually have a steak special for around $10 and you can also get fried chicken, ribs, burgers, etc. They also have a limited breakfast menu that is equally inexpensive.
Favorite Dish: I personally like the steaks, they have always been good but the ribs are good and if you order the chicken you get a whole half of a fried chicken. You definately get your moneys worth here.
Updated Apr 21, 2004
Address: 1110 Broadwater Ave
Don Luis has a very extensive menu including great homestyle mexican food as well as American dishes like steaks and seafood. This is a smaller homestyle restaurant with a contemporary flare. It is located on a side street down town with ample parking.
Favorite Dish: I have only ordered the mexican dishes but all of them have been fantastic. I have not had mexican food this good anywhere but my grandmother's kitchen. Definately the best mexican restaurant in town.
Written Apr 21, 2004
Address: 15 North 26th Street
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