Ozark, Missouri: Lambert's - Home of Throwed RollsInteractive eating with dinnertime roll-pelting. Waiters, with mobile carts of hot buns, are fairly precise as they hurl bread to you from across the dining room.
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Have to go...even if off route. Def worth it!![Rigidyrae, 04/27/2013]
Lambert's may have a wait. Call ahead inc ase your travel plans don't allow for extended waiting time. Wear loose fitting clothes around your waistline and prepare for the stampede of country folk waiting for troughs of fried okra, potatoes, and black eyed peas.
Don't forget your baseball mitt for those famous Lambert's "throwed" rolls![Haili Elliott, 08/03/2010]
Had heard of the enormous wait times to get in, so we tried to arrive at what we thought would be an "off-peak" time, but apparently there is no such thing at Lambert's! Food was more than plentiful -- not "cold" as I've read in some reviews. Was it the best food we've had? No. Was it worth the hour drive, hour and half wait, and $10-18 priced lunch entrees? Ehhh.... Guess this is one of those "been there, done that, don't need to do it again!" attractions.[RR from Texas, 07/23/2010]
Worth the wait for the experience. Main dishes far outshone by the tasty fresh rolls with sorghum and family style sides.[J Nichols, 05/31/2010]
Been there 3 times. Way too long a wait to get in to eat, then the food is cold.....like right out of the cooler cold. I will never go back.[GK, 02/04/2010]
But what about those throwed rolls?
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