Redmond >Milt's BBQ
Worse BBQ around.
I know that Seattle isn't well known for it's BBQ places. But I was hungery for some Q. There was no one in the store when we went for lunch. Service was slow, but Milt did appologize that he was training some new hires.
The quality of BBQ was below sub-par. I'm not trying to be mean, but Lloyd's prepared "BBQ" you can find in almost any grocery store is better "BBQ." There was no flavor other than BBQ sauce, which was drowning on the sandwhich.
The rib tips we ordered were dry, and lacking any flavor what-so-ever.
I can say that I will never go back.
oh please! What a waste of money and time!!!. We were thoroughly disappointed as soon as we walked in the door. The floor is sticky, rugs are dirty and the place looks like it hasn't been cleaned since???? We thought that the food would make up for all of the negatives so far, but again, disappointed. The beef sandwich left something to be desired and you would think that a sandwich that cost 8 bucks would have been a little more satisfying. The ribs tasted alright but were also way overpriced by the pound. They weren't "all that'! You can get better beans if you opened your own can! The service was lousy and we had to ask for napkins as there weren't any out. When the guy comes out chewing on something after he is getting your food together and has already had his hands in the money drawer, you begin to wonder... After spending $30. on lunch, we were still hungry! I am moving on with my 'best BBQ' quest!
I truly enjoyed the baby back ribs and the peach cobbler was like my mother's..
This was my first time eating food from Milt's BBQ and I was impressed with the quality and quanity of my meal. I ordered take out and the food arrived hot and ready to consume. The appearance of the food was inviting as it was delicious. I placed my order with Milt and he was very charming over the phone he took my order very patiently. I was unsure of what to order since this was my first time, Milt made some wonderful suggestions that I was very pleased with.
Being single I frequent resturants and I'm always looking for a new spot, I have found one at Milt's. Thanks Milt's I will come in person next time and bring some of my hungry friends.
THE BEST BAR-B-QUE PULLED BEEF HOTLINK SANDWICHES AROUND!!. Hands Down !!, Milt's has the best bar-b-que pulled beef hotlink sandwiches around.. I drive all the way from Tacoma, Wa. atleast once or twice a month to get my fix of Milt's..
Not a lot of options on the East Side for BBQ. For sake of having little options, one could understand why Milt's is so crowded. However, none of the food stands out as spectacular and, after drinks and dessert, it is not cheap. Chicken was better than the hot links (which were not much more than smothered hot dogs) and all the sides were bland. The peach cobbler was overly hot and tasteless. The staff is friendly but I will just cross the water next time I need BBQ.
Like Milt, Not So Much The Food. I wanted to like this place, I really did. Milt was such a nice guy and so down home, so I was predisposed to it. But the food was fatty, the sauce was unimaginative and bland, and the sides were ordinary. Worst, the BBQ had none of the zingy, sweet smokiness of 3 Pigs and was a tad overcooked. I'm a North Carolinian, so I'm picky but it just wasn't anything special. Milt, I'm sorry.
Best Barbque in Washington!!!.
Great food. Nice, friendly owner & staff.
I drive all the way from Stanwood, about 50 miles, once to twice a month.
Great "to go" packages.
I love the barbque beef, the jumbalaya, gumbo. Also worth the taste are Milt's
catfish, hush-puppies & greens.
You can't go wrong at Milt's.
Best on the Eastside -- maybe. Beginning a search for the best BBQ in the Northwest: Milt's is tucked into a Redmond strip mall. The slaw was flavorful. The pulled pork sandwich was juicy, the sauce sweet with a hint of brown sugah, not quite enough meat for the bun. I -- unlike my companion -- like saucy meats, it it was good for me (although the meat was a little lost in goo). The "D*mn Hot" sauce was just right... flavor-filled with a burn. At $19 for two 'wiches, 3 sides (2 free, one extra), a little pricey for Q... but still good enough to go back. We're also thinkin' part of the ambiance is the owner -- does he talk with you?! Milt engaged us goin' in, and we had some laughs... but I always like someone who says "see ya again"; guess I'll have to go back! Surprisingly uncrowded!
Save your money!!. My girlfriend & I recently went to Milt's & the experience was very unsatisfactory!!! The baby back ribs had virtually no meat on them whatsoever & the beef short ribs had a "freezer-burn" taste to them! I was very disappointed because I really like Milt - he was a great guy! And I would rather support a local small business owner than go to Tony Roma's etc for my BBQ cravings. But after this experience there is no way I can ever go back -the food was that bad & that expensive.
Baby back ribs lure blue-collar barbecue devotees into Microsoft's back yard..
Styrofoam still reigns, as does strawberry Fanta, the Jets and hunks of delicious meat sold by the pound. Service is slow and occasionally surly, but true barbecue believers would be suspicious of anything less. It's a family affair and Milt himself, or one of his relatives, takes orders, dishes up food, and then checks to make sure the plate is licked clean.
The rolls, piled high with tender, smoky chicken, beef or pork and served dripping with Milt's tangy mild sauce, are addictive and the extra-hot sauce has been known to make construction workers cry. Tender baby back ribs and chicken wings make for the best kind of messy eating. Add some soothing sides of creamy potato salad, slaw and corn bread and it's on. But definitely save room for a tin of buttery pecan pie or warm peach cobbler topped with vanilla ice cream.
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