About the Business:
Bubba's Cooks Country - Dallas is a Restaurant located at 6617 Hillcrest Ave, Park Cities, Dallas, Texas 75205, US.
The business is listed under restaurant, diner category. It has received 1477 reviews with an average rating of 4.6 stars. Their services include Outdoor seating, Drive-through, Takeout, Dine-in, Delivery .
- Dale Topham
- 2 months ago
- Tony Nguyen
- 4 months ago
- Mr. Evans
- 4 months ago
- Michael Uzmann
- 5 months ago
- Robert Tower
- 5 months ago
Health and Safety:
Staff required to disinfect surfaces between visits
Bubba's Cooks Country - Dallas is open the following days:Friday : 6:30AM–10PM
Saturday : 6:30AM–10PM
Sunday : 6:30AM–10PM
Monday : 6:30AM–10PM
Tuesday : 6:30AM–10PM
Wednesday : 6:30AM–10PM
Thursday : 6:30AM–10PM
Here are some reviews from our users.
"I enjoy the retro-diner ambience of Bubba's, and I love the food. The chicken and mashed potatoes are delicious and the rolls are beyond excellent. I could sit and eat Bubba's rolls all day long."
"Pretty good place for comfort food especially considering the ambiance of the entire place. Need to come back to try out one of their many dishes/sides/desserts. I got the ambrosia along with the banana pudding for dessert (highly recommend)."
"My family and I cannot explain how delicious the food is. When we have family from out of town this is the place we take them!! The fried chicken will literally make you slap your mama. Having grown up in the south I % approve of all of the sides. Every bite is mouth watering delicious. Make sure to try the fried okra and get one of their homemade desserts. The service is wonderful, and the food makes it worth every penny. If you're on a diet skip this place. It's not for you. Lol But if you're OK with enjoying some of the best food your mouth will ever taste, pull up a seat and enjoy! Amazing!!!"
"Created by Mary Beth and Paul “Bubba” Vinyard in Bubba's Cooks Country has remained a Park Cities’ icon for four decades, glowing neon still greeting guests from 6:am until :pm daily at Hillcrest Avenue. Once a Texaco station, but now home to Mary Beth’s timeless recipes and Art Deco décor, it is amidst pandemic precautions plus a labor shortage that Bubba’s is currently working as take-out only, though Southern hospitality and fair pricing remains unchanged. Still family owned, a chain of “Babe’s Chicken Dinner House” also carrying on the Vinyard’s legacy, it is at prices minimally higher than Popeye’s that Bubba’s offers scratchmade goodness, the Chicken’s golden coating well spiced with a lot of crunch around tender white or dark meat. Known for their Yeast Rolls, fluffy even an hour before closing, Cornbread is a little dry without the addition of Butter or Honey while Potatoes are tasty mashed with Gravy or fried crisp and seasoned. Sold out of Banana Pudding late-Sunday, again “staffing” per the cashier, Cherry Cobbler is no less delicious thanks to juicy Fruit without a lot of extra Sugar mixed with Pie Crust that’s loaded with Butter and nostalgia."
"The chicken coating was crispy, the meat pretty moist, though overall the pieces are a little on the small side. The sides are a little hit or miss, with my wife really liking the mashed potatoes and cole slaw while the baked beans tasted from a can and the fries were under cooked and very heavy on the lemon pepper to the point of being sour. Overall, looking for good fried chicken, Bubba's will likely deliver. Looking for great fried chicken and sides, maybe best to keep looking."