Reviewed by Anonymous Reviewer on
Applebees just changed their menus - they are now trying to be a steak house - but funny thing is their steaks have always been bad! We used to enjoy going there and always got the Riblets - BUT they took them off the new menu - Bad Idea. Secondly - me and my family used to get the 2 meals for $20.00 well the 5 entrees on the 2 for $20 are ALL chicken, the riblets are gone but you can get steak but it's upcharged - NOT. Went there last night (for the last time)the iced tea was cloudy, silverware was dirty, and then that new menu. Goodbye!!
Honey Baked Ham and Cafe
Reviewed by Perry Crabill on
On Monday, April 18, 2016 I had lunch at the Honey Baked Ham and CafÃ©, 25 Weems Lane, in Winchester, Virginia. Hours are Monday-Friday, 10:00 AM-5:00 PM; Saturday, 10:00 AM-3:00 PM; Sunday, closed. The telephone number is (540) 535-0060.
It is at the end of a long building at the corner of Weems Lane and South Loudoun Street, next to Mr. Noodle & Rice, and was originally opened as Heavenly Ham in 2001. Itâs primarily a deli with tables for eating in.
The parking lot wraps around the building. The front entrance is at your left, and has no vestibule. Going inside reveals a single large room, with an L-shaped counter at your left and along the back wall. You place your order at the counter and pay for it. Tables around the room offer seating for eating in.
If youâre interested in sandwiches, the offerings include Specialty Sandwiches, Signature Sandwiches, and Build Your Own Sandwiches, all with calorie ratings. There are also Salads, Soups, Extras, Beverages (Fountain or Can). Menus are on the back wall, along with displays of the variety of the take-home foods available.
Takeout items for preparing meals at home include assorted Heat and Serve items such as Hams, Bacon, EntrÃ©es, Extras, and Desserts. A rack in the center of the room offers sauces, seasonings, condiments, and soup mixes, also for taking home.
The white tiles in the floor and ceiling, along with windows along the front and right wall give the place an airy ambience. A side entrance gives additional access to the parking lot, and also has no vestibule. The hours appear to cater to the lunch trade and to people picking up dinner items on the way home after work.
My choice for lunch was from the Signature Sandwich menu, and was a Ham Classic sandwich with ham, Swiss cheese, lettuce, tomato, mayonnaise, and hickory honey mustard on a croissant roll. My beverage was Sprite from the fountain.
The sandwich was rated at 620 calories. It was cut in half and good, but the contents were slippery from the mayonnaise and toothpicks would have helped to stabilize it.