Typical Houston rotisserie
BBQ. Tasted like the last 20 BBQ Houston lunches I've had.
I scored this place a 73 out of 100. Real Texas Barbecue
As most places within City, rotisserie smoked BBQ. Wood stacks looked like
mesquite and pecan.
Brisket: Fair. Was on tough side of tender and average overall flavor. Very
mild smoke and aroma. If you are not going to use a rub then the smoke flavor
needs to be more robust. Use the sauce.
Ribs: Good. Were very
tender with clean bite off the bone. Overall flavor was average. Mopped with
BBQ sauce and no rub. Very mild smoke and aroma. Use the sauce.
Sausage: Excellent. Was the best item on the plate. A course ground, right
amount of fat, robust flavor and nice black pepper after taste. Once I started
eating the sausage I did not stop until it was all gone. No sauce needed.
Sauce: Fair. It was interesting.
It was not your typical sweet sauce and had a nice mild bitterness. Vinegar
base, smokey, and chili powder. I liked it very much but it was a little
overpowering so use it sparingly. Even though the brisket needs the sauce,
don't drown it in this sauce.