Parker County Today PCT June 2018 - Page 107

our taste: RESTAURANT REVIEW Comfort Kitchen: Comfort Food On The Fly BY THE WEATHERFORD FOODIE O football games. I was also pleased to see a Comfort Kitchen To Go booth at the Taste of Parker County passing out samples of their tasty treats. Comfort Kitchen To Go offers chef- prepared food at reasonable prices, a fun atmosphere and the serenity of Brock as a surrounding. I will defi- nitely be back. Comfort Kitchen To Go is located 1110 FM-1189 Suite 100, Brock 76066. They are open six days per week, Monday thru Friday 11:00 a.m. until 8:00pm and Saturday 11:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m., and is closed on Sunday. Call them at 817-757-7777 or find them at www.comfortkitchenrtogo. com or on Facebook at Comfortkitch- entogo. Weatherford Foodie can be found at on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Yelp, Zomato, Foursquare, and Pinterest perfect and the mix off cheeses was nice touch. The steak fries are a larger cut than regular French fries; they were not oily and tasted great. I enjoyed my burger so much I purchased a southwest salad, with ranch dressing, to go, and enjoyed it later. Comfort Kitchen To Go also offers dinners to grab on your way home. Meals like meatloaf, lasagna and rose- mary chicken. Owned and operated by Chef Eric Tonips and wife Rachel, they operate Comfort Kitchen with the help of their seven children. Chef Tonips graduated, with hon- ors, from El Centro Culinary School in 1998 and is a member of Texas Chef Association and the American Culi- nary Federation. He is also the team chef for the Texas Rangers Baseball club and a caterer for Dallas Cowboy n the northern edge of Brock sharing a small shopping center with a bank and a clinic, is located Comfort Kitchen To Go. I entered through the glass door to see many people working during a very busy lunch rush and a drive- thru window. Through the hustle and bustle it was still apparent that they were all in a good mood and smiling. To the right and left are open re- frigerated cases with salads to go and bottled cold drinks. In front of me was a glass case full of goodies and fresh ingredients and a counter for placing your order. There are seats inside and several outdoor tables (in the shade). I placed my order and was invited to choose a seat and told that they will bring my order, freshly cooked to me. The menu is a mix of burgers, sandwiches, salads, wraps and vari- ous offerings such as chicken strips and even a grilled cheese sandwich. Their burgers have interesting names like the Sweaty Brow (jalapeño burg- er), the Eagle, the Bubba, the Lon- doner and the Shroom & Swiss. I had The Kitchen Sink burger, a ½lb burger with grilled mushrooms and ۚ[ۜXۋ]YHYYYY\\[\\XY\\]^HXHو]\\ X^[ۛZ\B܈]\ HY[ۈ[[ۙ[KH\]YHYX[]XZ™Y\[H\HXYXK[^B\\\]YH\[]Hو]^KH[]HY[Y\[ ]\˜[YH][[\\H[YYX]\ZHH]KY\]Z[YZ\\XHH[ZY܈HܚۚYH\X B\\\H[Y[Z^و]ܜ]\Y[\XˈHYY\˜Y[ Hܚ[Yۚ[ۜ\BL