Sikeston, Missouri

Sikeston, Missouri is the location of LAMBERT’S CAFE I and of the original cafe which opened in March 1942. The cafe standing right now is the fourth one to be located in Sikeston. Each move from the original LAMBERT’S came as popularity of the cafe increased and more space was needed. In 1976, Norman Lambert, son of the founders and original owners, Earl and Agnes Lambert, threw the first roll. At the original location, he would walk around and hand out the rolls. One day it was really busy and when Norman couldn’t get through the crowd, one of the customers yelled to him ” Throw the D*** thing!”. And with that the only HOME OF THROWED ROLLS was born.
Lambert's Cafe - Sikeston, Missouri

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Location Information

Lambert’s Cafe I
2305 E. Malone
Sikeston, MO 63801

Hours
10:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. or so.
We will be closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day

Prices
Range from $9.99 to $22.99.
Kids Meal – 10-under $5.99-$7.49

ATM is available in our lobby.Payment Options
No Credit Cards, but Checks are welcome!

Phone (573) 471-4261
Fax (573) 471-7563
Manager Jerry Johnson

Lambert’s In The News

Barbecued Ribs and “Throwed Rolls”
Recently travels took me south through the great state of Missouri, mother riding shotgun. Now, we were road hungry looking for something different and if it involved barbecue, all the better!

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10.05.2008 Lambert’s Makes National News

CAPE GIRARDEAU, Missouri (CNN)- … Amy Yeager, 35, was talking. Yesterday we wrote about her two-and-a-half hour drive across Missouri so she could visit the restaurant that calls itself “The Only Home of Throwed Rolls”; the throwed-rolls experience, she told us, was fulfilling enough that several times a year she does it: drives a total of five hours round-trip for a meal that lasts considerably less than 90 minutes…

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