RJ Steakhouse
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Chance

Lexington, KY

#1 Jul 9, 2012
Has anyone eaten there. How was the food
Graduate

Jasper, IN

#2 Jul 9, 2012
Chance wrote:
Has anyone eaten there. How was the food
Where is it?
Buggin

Georgetown, KY

#3 Jul 9, 2012
I have eaten there. Steaks suck. Sorry but it's expensive too. It's not crazy expensive but the quality food isn't there. Waitress have no skills reall to wait on people. I don't think it's the cooks that suck its more like the steaks are horrible quality. Maybe the owner gets his steaks from huddle house supply's. It's not kentucky raised beef. The place needs tlc in staff, food and decor.
Taste

Lexington, KY

#4 Jul 12, 2012
What is the persons name that owns it?
Now U Know

Whiting, IN

#5 Jul 12, 2012
We attempted to eat there the other night. You can't get beer yet and they had a salad bar right by the door, looked tired. We looked at the menu and left. I miss Twilight, I wish it would have stayed open. I do not understand why something decent can't make it in this town.
i know

United States

#6 Jul 13, 2012
the reason a place can't make it is because your all to cheap to pay what its worth for the food.you think food and help and all that goes into a restaurant is free.you all make me sick why do you think most places go out of business so fast.
no one

Paris, KY

#7 Jul 13, 2012
the same one that owens the huddle house in paris ....plus i was out there wedensday when i saw a kichten worker mad , something about working three 13 hour shifts an wasnt able to take a break or eat ... so they fired him .. why should i eat there if they dont know how to treat there workers ...
Malone

Lexington, KY

#8 Jul 13, 2012
I have heard that the rent is very high out there. That's why i think nothing ever stays in that shopping center.
Now U Know

United States

#9 Jul 13, 2012
i know wrote:
the reason a place can't make it is because your all to cheap to pay what its worth for the food.you think food and help and all that goes into a restaurant is free.you all make me sick why do you think most places go out of business so fast.
I certainly am not "cheap" and would gladly pay for quality. I believe your time would be better spent in a remedial writing class than attempting to talk down to people on the internet.
lol

Jasper, IN

#10 Jul 13, 2012
I for one enjoy leaving town to eat and try different places but I usually hit up all my local places over time. When one lives in a small town, its nice to go elsewhere to have some privacy and fun. If you eat or drink in Paris, you'll be put on this site claiming you stuck a fork in the servers eye.
jj

United States

#11 Jul 18, 2012
So I just ate there and the steaks were horrible I don't reccamend it to anyone but the appetizer was good and salad bar was also just not the steaks at a steak house... Maybe he should get the young guys out the kitchen and hire an actual chef.
Ruth

Lexington, KY

#12 Jul 18, 2012
I ate there and it was good. Everyone there was very nice, and is very clean.
But a good cook is key to a good business.
sas

United States

#13 Jul 20, 2012
Ruth wrote:
I ate there and it was good. Everyone there was very nice, and is very clean.
But a good cook is key to a good business.
well it must be getting better - all the spaces are full on that side of building. They have as many cars as pericos. Never saw twilight that jammed
Hanna

United States

#14 Jul 21, 2012
We just ate there and it was delicious! Plenty of rolls I had steak and it was very good! Cooked perfect! my husband had a sausage dish with Rice and he loved it! He said he wished that they put more sausage in it! Baked potatoes were quite big and the mashed potatoes were very good! The salad was fresh and vegtables were good. Our waitress was very nice and was quick to fill the glasses.
I'm so glad we gave it a shot and did not listen to some of these people on topix who didn't like it. I think they have worked out the kinks and maybe people should give them another shot! We will go back again and love that we won't have to drive to Lexington to get a good steak!
Paris Resident

Fairdealing, MO

#15 Jul 25, 2012
Sometimes it takes a lil' while to work out the kinks in a new restaurant, i hope they do well, but another great restaurant is in Paris and hardly anyone knows about it,, It's Terry's Corner on Paris Pike, I go there all the time, the food is inexpensive and very good and the owner is a sweetheart!! The employees are all nice and attentive, They serve breakfast, lunch, and Dinner...Everyone should give this place a try.. It's simply just down home cooking!
sas

Mount Sterling, KY

#16 Jul 25, 2012
Paris Resident wrote:
Sometimes it takes a lil' while to work out the kinks in a new restaurant, i hope they do well, but another great restaurant is in Paris and hardly anyone knows about it,, It's Terry's Corner on Paris Pike, I go there all the time, the food is inexpensive and very good and the owner is a sweetheart!! The employees are all nice and attentive, They serve breakfast, lunch, and Dinner...Everyone should give this place a try.. It's simply just down home cooking!
Love Terrys corner! Very friendly atmosphere & good food - everything is cooked fresh & beer!
Ruth

Nicholasville, KY

#17 Jul 26, 2012
Paris Resident wrote:
Sometimes it takes a lil' while to work out the kinks in a new restaurant, i hope they do well, but another great restaurant is in Paris and hardly anyone knows about it,, It's Terry's Corner on Paris Pike, I go there all the time, the food is inexpensive and very good and the owner is a sweetheart!! The employees are all nice and attentive, They serve breakfast, lunch, and Dinner...Everyone should give this place a try.. It's simply just down home cooking!
I agree with what you said.
I hope everyone gives it a chance, and if they didn't like it the first time, please tell them, and give them a second chance.

I ate there, and have twice.
I thought the food was good, the service was great, and it is very clean. Everyone there is very nice.

We need more good places to go eat.
I like Mexican & Chinese, but it gets old and we need a variety in our town. I have no problem sharing my money with good places to eat in Paris. With the price of gas, I don't like going out of town much. If I can spend in Paris, I will do that.
RegularatTerrys

Lexington, KY

#18 Jul 26, 2012
I am a regular at Terry's corner and agree with you all the way. But one important thing is that you forgot to tell them that the food is home cooked. It's not just a fast food restaurant you can actually sit down and feel at home.
Lucinda

Winchester, KY

#19 Jul 26, 2012
They at least have potential, if Frank Clay is forking over any $ to get live music again.
wondering

Richmond, KY

#20 Jul 28, 2012
WTF you want live music for? Go to a bar if you want to have your ears blasted by self important wannabee stars. I go to a restaurant to eat, not get panic attacks from the million watt amplifiers.
But, if Clay has anything to do withthis RJ place,, it's doomed anyway

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