Review: Big Daddy’sAuthor: WIBIA | Filed under: Food Reviews, Location: Indianapolis, IN, Tenderloin of the Month
If you read my friend’s blog, Indianapolis Restaurant Scene, I am the “very indecisive friend” of this review. The reality is that Erin usually recommends bullshit places that include fruit as a side and serve crepes at lunch. I am a man, I eat like a man.
Big Daddy’s is the food equivalent to the Miller High Life commercials. Very straight forward bar food done really well. The servers call you “honey” and smell like Aqua Net. This is about my fifth time to Big Daddy’s and I ventured out of my usual go to of Beef Stew and went for their tenderloin.
What I Ate: Breaded Tenderloin Sandwich; $7.99.
I have had half a tenderloin from here before, so this was my second time. This is a really good tenderloin. My only issue is that this one was pounded a little too thin for my taste and it was a bit dry. A swipe of mayo would put it back on track. The odd part about this tenderloin is that they use Corn Flakes as the breading. It makes the sandwich really crispy and a bit sweetish.
Chips are out of the bag and the bun is nothing to talk about.
Would I Buy It Again? Yes, to both Big Daddy’s and the tenderloin. It is not my favorite tenderloin in the city, but it is in my top five. I really like Big Daddy’s. The service is friendly, the food is always good and I wish that I had a reason to go there more.