Upon discovering broderick roadhouse on Yelp, my husband and I were eager to try gluten-free buns. The mural hanging on the building's exterior caught our attention, and we were impressed by the ample parking available for free. We also noticed a sign that said "We need money," but unfortunately, we won't.
The broderick restaurant is renowned for its exceptional food offerings, including the signature lamb burger, which is undoubtedly the best in town. Not to mention, the johnny cash shaped grilled pig sandwich is another standout dish. Additionally, their menu items include well-made sandwiches, salads, and sides of chicken filling that are both tasty and affordable.
At the brodericks in west sacramento, there're plenty of indoor seating and a bar, as well as oversized parking. The atmosphere is reminiscent of that of an old-fashioned pub. Our waiters were always helpful when we needed help with our diet drinks; they brought us some salad dressings without our questions—and they have great beer specials for dessert! We also enjoy ordering hamburger sandwiches at the restaurant, which has burgers on their menu and generously served snacks.
The restaurant provided excellent service and a variety of food choices, including the best burger, el charro, followed by the jonny cash and then the famous nashville hot chicken. The beef patty was perfectly cooked and served with pickles and ranch dip.
I recently tried the award-winning johnny's cash burger for the first time. The bell peppers were too spicy, and it needed some elbow grease to even out the meat. Additionally, the fries were soft while the buffalo sauce wings were satisfactory considering its winning combination. Although there are no super-pasteurized onions or mushrooms on the menu, this place is not recommended for people who enjoy onion as a condiment.