The Ribs King Wrap has been a favorite of mine since the first time we went - it oozes sauce and cheese. To compliment my very unhealthy dinner I chose the steamed broccoli as my side. Big mistake - it had ZERO flavor and was definitely over cooked. My husband's Mac n Cheese was calling to me throughout the entire meal - he saw my puppy dog eyes so he generously left a decent amount in the bowl and said he was "so full he coudln't eat it" after devouring his pulled pork sandwich. The pork was very moist per usual and had a satisfying amount of the famous sauce on it.
My Grandpa went for the traditional experience - RIBS! He actually got the Ribs/Chicken combo plate - it came with a heaping pile of both. It took him a good 45 minutes to get through half the plate. My Grandma got the Special which I've had 2 times before so I really pushed her to it. I forget the name (Tornedos something). It comes with 2 filets topped with mounds of mushrooms and sun-dried tomatoes. To finish it there is a generous amount of bourbon cream. The dish has such a unique flavor. If you are going out for a special night and can drop $30 on a plate...GET THIS! It's worth it. And I always have left overs of it too.
You can't go to Montgomery Inn without getting ribs so the three of us that didn't get it as the main course got a small appetizer of it to satiate out appetite for the sauce. The meat just jumps off the bone when you look at it - almost right into your mouth with a bit of course hitting your cheek. This is not a place for a first date!
Bottom line - the main dishes, especially anything with the ribs and sauce, are delicious. The sides are hit or miss - get the Mac N Cheese when in doubt. The green coleslaw just plain scares me - who eats this? Why even both making it green?
Score: 33 points
Ambiance (2), Tastiness of Dishes (7), Menu (4), Drink Selection (3), Cost (6), Accessibility (4), Service (3), Location (4)