I’m sure it’s wrong to choose a restaurant for dinner based on dessert, but sometimes you just gotta follow your sweet tooth. Tonight, I was craving chocolate cake and I remembered the cake at Cody’s is fantastic.
But, first, there’s the yeast rolls and salad.
Cody’s has some of the most delicious yeast rolls around. You know they’re good when Loren eats more than one. Spread on some of the cinnamon butter and they just melt in your mouth. Loren said he thought the salad dressing was a little weak this time, but I thought it was ok. I ordered the salad without onions, so that may have been the flavor he was missing.
For our entrees, Loren ordered their NY select special with a baked potato.
He said he was cooked just right and tasty. He ended up taking half of it home for lunch tomorrow. I ordered the chicken fried chicken with mashed potatoes.
One bite of the mashed potatoes and I asked our waiter if he could bring me a baked potato instead. I just didn’t like them. They were garlic mashed, but I wasn’t tasting garlic. The white gravy on the chicken and potatoes was really peppery. It overpowered everything. The chicken needed to be a little more tender as well.
But, who are we kidding, we came here for the cake, which isn’t on the menu by the way. I was about to be really sad when I didn’t see it on the menu, but Loren asked the waiter and he said they always have the chocolate cake and carrot cake, but for whatever reason, they’re not listed on the menu. We got a slice to go.
Yeah, and when I say “slice”, I mean enough for 4 people to eat. It’s huge, but incredibly moist and delicious. Tasted wonderful sitting in front of the TV that night, plus there’s still some in the fridge.
Total bill was $38 and Loren had leftovers for lunch and I’ve got plenty of cake.
Cody’s Original Roadhouse
26210 US 19