If you live or just visiting the American South, then you might want to try out Logan’s Roadhouse. This chain steakhouse is quite unique, starting with its undeniably laidback vibes.
The menu is rather extensive, so it’s pretty much a certainty that everyone at your table will find something they like. But if the long list of available dishes overwhelms you, then here’s some recommended items that should be at the top of your order list:
If it’s your first time to visit a Logan’s Roadhouse, it makes sense to immediately try their signature menu item. And this is the appropriately-named The Logan.
That’s just the start. Next, you get the crispy onions that offer more flavor and crunch to each bite. You then get the creamy Cajun sauce that adds some creaminess to the flavor profile while it brings all the other flavors together.
Country Fried Steak
They bread this steak perfectly. The crisp and crunch level is just right, but it’s not so much that it overpowers the flavor of the meat. The meat itself is delicious, and that’s enhanced when it’s doused in white pepper gravy. The creamy and rich gravy goes nicely with the breading.
This might not be the kind of steak you’d normally get at a fine-dining steakhouse, but Logan’s Roadhouse is all about downhome comfort foods that you can enjoy while you relax. And you’ll definitely enjoy this steak!
Mesquite-Grilled Salmon Caesar
This is a Caesar salad, so you get the expected bed of romaine lettuce with the creamy Caesar dressing. What makes this unique is that you have the mesquite-grilled salmon on top. The salmon is flavorful enough that it even pleases folks who normally don’t like fish at all.
Southern Fried Catfish
Some people say that no visit to the American South is complete without trying out the catfish. And you might as well do that in Logan’s Roadhouse.
They bread the farm-raised catfish with cornmeal by hand, and it’s not too thick at all to complement the mild flavor of the fish. It’s then served with tartar sauce for dipping, or you can just pour all that tartar sauce over the catfish. Either way, it’s truly a southern classic!