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Karl's Cabin Reviewed

 

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Karl's food, too, runs to stark contrasts: A plate of golden waffle fries being served to another table on our first visit looked so tempting that we had to order our own. They arrived fried up crisp, yet pasty and tasteless on the inside. I summoned the courage to flag down our server (on her way back from the Harley table) to ask if they were made in-house: "Nope, they're frozen," she said. "But we cook them here." Way at the other end of the spectrum, on our next visit we greatly enjoyed the homey horseradish mashed potatoes, a sharp complement to the quality-cut grilled meats.

Bon voyage if you embark on this road trip. Whatever the outcome, it'll provide a change of pace.

Karl's Cabin
6005 Gotfredson Road
Plymouth
455-8450
karlscabin.com


Mon.-Sat. 11 a.m.-10 p.m., Sun. noon-9 p.m.

Appetizers $5.95-$8.95, lunch entrees $6.95-$13.95, dinner entrees $11.95-$19.95, desserts, $4.95-$5.95

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