You might want to try Tastee Inn & Out. The one in Sioux City, Iowa was reviewed on this website.
I like Sher-E-Punjab for Indian Cuisine. Small place downtown at 1601 Q Street.
[:D][:D][:p][:p][:D] Hubby had to make a trip to the doctor in Scottsbluff today, we had Gering Bakery Cabbage Burgers for supper.
Runza doesn’t offer the best bierocks around, but they are worth trying. I prefer the more expensive of the three Runza versions – mushroom and swiss, as I recall. It is more flavorful than the other two. Plain Runzas are just too bland.
I will give them a try sometime, LegalLady.
My take on Runza is that it was too much about the pastry and not enough about the flavor of the filling.
RUNZA is ok, BUT, one must travel to the western half of the state for homemade Krautburgers, aka Bierocks, aka Cabbage Burgers. I believe these "stuffed sandwiches" are of German – Russian origin. They put RUNZA to shame. As I am to busy to make make own anymore, the ones at Gering Bakery in Gering, Nebraska, are the best. Nothing like fast food runzas. Y’all must try them some time. As for Lincoln, try "Misty’s", wonderful prime rib sandwiches, etc…
The Lady of the Law
Runzas are a regional fast food that everyone one should try once. Perhaps only once.
Try the Oven, an upscale Indian fusion restaurant in the Haymarket district. Good food though a bit expensive for a Indian restaurant in the Midwest.
Eat at Runza’s.
Where shall I eat in Lincoln, Nebraska? It’s a college town, so there are dozens of restaurants. I like Asian and bbq.
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