Niecie's E 63rd St

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Niecie's E 63rd St
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The potatoes were lumpy what you got of them. The gravy, both white and brown, was low on flavor, and not plentiful. I got a chicken fried steak I must have ordered off of the children's menu when It came I thought "That is all I get for eight bucks!" two little scoops of potato and I was hungry 2 hours later. My dad got liver and onion I put onion as a singular on purpose one peace of liver for 10 bucks, same 2 little scoops of potato and skimped on the gravy 2 corn muffins each and not big cornbread muffins either the muffins were the best thing of the meal. Do not go here if you want too die for food or much of the mediocre food you do get.

 

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We went last Friday night around 6:45pm. There was only 1 other car in the parking lot. That was enough Sylvester Williams Jersey Super Bowl to give us pause but with the high review score we thought we would give it a try anyway. Never again will we go in a place to eat with no one else eating. The food was not fresh at all. Fried chicken was very dry. I assume it had been frozen for quite a while previously. Mashed potatoes were old and the gravy was quite bland. Fried pork chops were very thin and also bland. The freshest part of the meal seemed to be the green beans and I'm almost positive they had just been microwaved right out of the can. The mediocre entrees were the highlight of the meal. We thought we would try their deserts so I ordered lemon cake and my girlfriend ordered coconut cream pie. The cake had come directly out of the refrigerator where it had been cut who knows how long ago. The top cut edge was dried out and the bottom of the cake was wet from where condensation had collected on the plate. One. more >We went last Friday night around 6:45pm. There was only 1 other car in the parking lot. That was enough to give us pause but with the high review score we thought we would give it a try anyway. Never again will we go in a place to eat with no one else eating. The food was not fresh at all. Fried chicken was very dry. I assume it had been frozen for quite a while previously. Mashed potatoes were old and the gravy was quite bland. Fried pork chops were very thin and also bland. The freshest part of the meal seemed to be the green beans and I'm almost positive they had just been microwaved right out of the can. The mediocre entrees were the highlight of the meal. We thought we would try their deserts so I ordered lemon cake and my girlfriend ordered coconut cream pie. The cake had come directly out of the refrigerator where it had been cut who knows how long ago. The top cut edge was dried out and the bottom of the cake was wet from where condensation had collected on the plate. One bite was too much. Believe it or not, I was the lucky one. My girlfriend took a bite of her pie and said that it tasted like perfume. She looked down to see that she had just taken a bite of mold that was on the bottom of the pie. Now that I am writing a review of this disaster I wish I had taken a photo of the moldy pie. Actually I wish that I had never suggested that we try this awful restaurant in the first place. I felt really bad for putting my girlfriend through that.

 

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Niecie's Restaurant could be one of Raytown's best kept secrets. It occupies a former Waid's restaurant building set above street level on 63rd at the edge of www.broncosofficialnflproshop.com/92+Sylvester+Williams+Jersey+Cheap.html the Brywood Shopping Center parking lot and it can just sort of blend into the surroundings.

 

But IF you pass Niecie's by, that would be a real shame. Because this little restaurant is worth a visit and once you visit you will want to come back again.

 

Niecie's is the place to get some good home style cooking. Their menu offers such items as Meat Loaf, Liver and Onions and Southern Fried Chicken. Every dinner is served with two side dishes and a roll or corn bread muffins. Sides include Greens, Black eyed Peas and Navy Beans as well as standards like Mashed Potatoes, Corn and the like. There are daily specials and a good selection of salads and sandwiches. And for the more daring Epicurean. more >Niecie's Restaurant could be one of Raytown's best kept secrets. It occupies a former Waid's restaurant building set above street level on 63rd at the edge of the Brywood Shopping Center parking lot and it can just sort of blend into the surroundings.

 

But IF you pass Niecie's by, that would be a real shame. Because this little restaurant is worth a visit and once you visit you will want to come back again.

 

Niecie's is the place to get some good home style cooking. Their menu offers such items as Meat Loaf, Liver and Onions and Southern Fried Chicken. Every dinner is served with two side dishes and a roll or corn bread muffins. Sides include Greens, Black eyed Peas and Navy Beans as well as standards like Mashed Potatoes, Corn and the like. There are daily specials and a good selection of salads and sandwiches. And for the more daring Epicurean they offer a Pigs Ear sandwich.

 

I can't review the Pigs Ear sandwich 'cause I've never tried it (!!) but I will give a rousing cheer for the Southern Fried Chicken. There are dark meat (3 pieces) and white meat (2 pieces) versions. They do a masterful job of frying up the chicken that makes the outside crust crispy and crunchy but the inside is tender and juicy. (Better than my homemade but maybe not quite as good as my Grandma's always was.) I'd still give it a solid 9 out of 10. When you factor in the price of the meal which is $4.99 for the dark and $2 more for the white, this is one of the best buys in the Kansas City area.

 

To add the crowning touch, the servers are helpful friendly and every employee makes you feel like a welcomed guest at Niecie's. This has become one of my favorite neighborhood restaurants and a good place to go when I need some Southern Style Comfort Food.

 

My greatest joy, ever. My mom came to Kansas City, Missouri while I resided there from Omaha, Nebraska. We dined with Niecie on liver, gravy, mashed potatoes and onions. Sweet potato pie and Iced tea. We felt like we were at home in our own kitchen. My second joy is that I also worked for Niecie. I was a cocktail server and served, Sir Jerry Rice who at that time played for the Kansas City Chiefs. Yes, he then played for the San Francisco 49ers and retired to Dancing With The Stars. My point is, now I look back and I am in awesome wonder of the fond memories. Mama is a breast cancer survivor and I Praise God for her and my families. When you go there Sylvester Williams Kids Jersey you share with Niecie and her families that Mama and me, are doing great.

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