14455 Woodinville Redmond Rd NE, Woodinville, WA | Directions 9807247.732096 -122.141310
Neighborhoods: Tourist District
Really, quite poor – Tried again... sorry, the food still stinks. At least the people working there were friendly!
decent bbq - good value – right up my alley - not too fancy or falutin'. good value, delicious.
Succelent and Tender BBQ – My husband and I went here on a whim and immediately fell in love with the food. The beef brisket is so tender it falls apart when touched with a fork. The beef ribs are juicy with plenty of meat. We're not big meat eaters, but we've returned quite a few times for this treat!
awesome! – being a native northwesterner, i cannot comment on how 'texan' the smokehouse is, but i can say that it is the best bbq i have ever had in this area. and don't forget the potato salad and cornbread which are unique and delicious!
Terrible BBQ Sauce – I went there once with a friend who recommended it. I had the BBQ sandwich and it was not so good. The main problem was the sauce. It tasted like someone dumped a bottle of vinegar in it. This taste overwhelmed everything else. I couldn't even finish my sandwich. I am a BBQ fiend and everyone one knows the sauce should be the boss. If your sauce doesn't cut it then you won't either.
I would even take Kraft BBQ sauce over their's which should tell you something.
Maybe they should go into the pickle business.....
numero uno in Seattle – Texas BBQ is true Texas style BBQ and could actually stay in business in my home state which is more than I can say for the others I have tried in the Pacific NW. Good tangy, full-bodied sauce. (My folks ran a barbecue restaurant when I was growing up.)
Being the hottest with chili peppers doesn't make good barbecue. It just makes something hot. It is beyong me that people find Dixie's so good when the one time I went, they didn't even offer brisket...just chopped beef.
Great!!!! – Some of the best BBQ I've had anywhere - and I'm from Kansas City!
Really good, must try! – The first thing youll notice when you walk in is the scent of BBQ. Few places I have been to can prepare your senses this way. Ive only tried their chipped beef brisket and their pork loin, but they have ribs and other meats. They have two sauces (that I remember), regular and hot. Their hot is a great combination of a tangy hot sauce and a robust BBQ sauce. Not too hot like Dixies, but not overly flavorful like franchise outfits. Their beans arent the best Ive tasted, but complement the meat well. Their Spud is really good to. But if you get the spud, be sure you are really hungry. If you go for lunch, try Wednesdays Burnt Ends. But go early so you can get some, they can go fast. So far, this is the best BBQ that weve eaten in western Washington.
Hardly Texan... don't bother – NOT Texan . . . just recently moved here from Central Texas and been going through withdrawl. Saw the sign, the Lone Star Flag and Texas plates on the wall, so we thought we'd give it a try.
Lousy . . . lousy brisket (dry, bad sauce) lousy chicken, meager portions, lousy sides. Sauce . . . forget it. I had low expectations (this is not the Texas Hill Country after all), and I was still disappointed. Also, overpriced.
Not worth the time...
Getting it almost right! – Ok, I am a BBQ fanatic. I smoke meats, ribs, etc.. over wood and coals for hours. Texas Smokehouse is as close to real BBQ than most of the others listed. Great meat flavors average portions, but what makes this place better than the rest is the sauce. Finally a BBQ place that doesn't try to burn your tounge off and kill the meat flavors. Try this place and you will definitely not be disappointed!
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