A very dear friend of mine recently got married and that meant a rare road trip for just me and the hubby. And I do mean rare….
After a delightful six-hour road trip (and no that’s not sarcasm…we had a fabulous visit) up to Wichita Falls for the wedding, we dined at Cotton Patch Cafe. We first ate here at this exact location a year or two ago on a different road trip, and had such a wonderful experience.
With some advance research, my son (peanut and nut allergic) and myself (gluten-free) were able to eat safely here and had fabulous service. I really can’t say enough wonderful things about this establishment. However, for the purpose of this review, I will focus on my own experience from this month when I dined at the Wichita Falls Cotton Patch.
When we pass through small towns on a road trip, the food isn’t something I really want to get carried away with. While I am usually able to find something safe to eat, I prefer to save my calories for a nice sit-down dinner when we reach our final destination for the day.
So when we finally arrived at Cotton Patch I was starved and ready for a nice meal. Both the hostess and the waiter were very knowledgeable about food allergies and already had a gluten-free menu available. (They have several allergy-friendly menus available upon request.) I had plenty of choices, but opted for the sirloin steak and loaded baked potato with steamed veggies. Doesn’t it sound fabulous? The steak was cooked to perfection as was the rest of my meal and the staff came and check on me periodically to make sure everything was satisfactory.
Bottom Line: Cotton Patch Cafe is a dining establishment that my family and I will continue to seek out when traveling because of their amazing customer services and attention to special dietary needs. I give this restaurant an A+! Thank you Cotton Patch!