Two Brothers BBQ

We have a Two Brothers by our house but by far the best one is their West Central location. They actually have their own building instead of just a unit within a commercial strip like the one on Woodlawn.

The buffet price is somewhat steep, specially since the drink is not included in the price. Lunch cost both Brian and I $25 as opposed to about $20 or so if we would have dined at B & C Creations or Downtown BBQ. Of course, we went on a Sunday too. The Two Brothers buffet price is less expensive during the week. Not that much less, though.

Anyway, the salad bar is pretty extensive. They offered chicken salad, macaroni salad, coleslaw, potato salad, regular salad fixins and a plethora of other salad-type stuff. I sampled the chicken salad, macaroni salad and coleslaw. All three were very good.

For my actual meal, I had a some sort of chicken pasta caserole. I only had a bite of it. It didn’t appeal to me today for some reason.

I also had some pulled pork, chicken and hotlinks. I love hotlinks. These were perfect. They weren’t too spicy at all. The chicken was pretty good too. Then again, you leave a little skin on your chicken and I’m happy. I know it’s unhealthy, but I like eating the skin.

Anyway, the only thing that was disappointing was the pulled pork. It was dry and had no flavor. Definitely not as good as the pulled pork from Downtown BBQ. Although, it could just be me. You know how when you start to get full dishes don’t taste as good as they normally do. Otherwise, it wasn’t too bad. I’m just not much of a BBQ fan. I was really in the mood for some Filipino food. Maybe that’s why my taste buds were left longing for something more? P.S. I did want to say kudos to the fact that you can order from your car. As you can see in the photo above, they actually have drive up ordering stalls just like at Sonic!

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