Lambert's Cafe Menu - Ozark, Missouri

Check us out on... COME HUNGRY, LEAVE FULL & HOPEFULLY HAVE A LAUGH OR TWO! We Now Accept Debit and Credit Cards. All Checks Welcome. THROWEDROLLS.COM LAMBERT BURGER Big and juicy burger made with 100% ground beef. 10.99 Pile it up with extras: Cheese add 29¢ Mushrooms add 59¢ Jowl add 99¢ Jalapenos add 59¢ “The JLT” Why settle for bacon? Hog Jowl loaded up on Texas toast with lettuce, tomato and a side of your choice. 12.49 Thank You for Stopping at Lambert’s! We Appreciate You Very Much! We Now Accept Debit and Credit Cards. All Checks Welcome. Before you leave, don’t forget to browse through our gift shop. We have a full line of Lambert’s Cafe apparel and collectibles. 2305 EAST MALONE, SIKESTON, MO • 573-471-4261 HIGHWAY 65, OZARK, MO • 417-581-ROLL (7655) HIGHWAY 59, FOLEY, AL • 251-943-ROLL (7655) WWW.THROWEDROLLS.COM CHEF SALAD Served in a bread bowl.We threw the whole garden in this one. Made fresh to order, with all your favorite toppings and ol’ Norm’s pass arounds, too! 11.99 With Grilled Chicken add 2.00 GRILLED CHICKEN CAESAR SALAD Fresh romaine lettuce, red onion, artichoke hearts, and sundried tomato, tossed in a Caesar dressing and topped with grilled chicken. 13.99 CHEESECAKE 4.99 COBBLER ( Peach or Blackberry) 4.99 Cobbler a la Mode Add 1.29 GRILLED CHICKEN Rolls . . . . 6.99 (doz.) 3.99 (1/2 doz.) Sorghum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.99 (pint) . . . . . . . . . 8.49 (39 oz. can) Mugs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.99 & up Cinnamon Roll . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.49 Bar-B-Que Sauce . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.99 SANDWICH Grilled chicken breast on Texas toast, served with lettuce, tomato, onion and a side of your choice. 12.49 PULLED PORK SANDWICH Pork shoulder cooked “slow and low”, piled high on a sesame seed bun and dressed with coleslaw right on top. Choice of one veggie. 10.99 Norman Lambert Todd Lambert T HE “O RIGINAL ” L AMBERT ’ S On March 13, 1942, Earl and Agnes Lambert, with 14 cents between them, borrowed fifteen hundred dollars from Tish Jones. In a small building with 5 employees, they opened on South Main Street in Sikeston, Missouri. The cafe had a 9-stool counter and 8 tables for a seating capacity of 41. Their policy of serving vegetables, meat & dessert was immediately established. These were try- ing years for everyone. World War II and severe rationing made restaurant operations extremely difficult. The war years were greeted with many meatless days and supplies were in short supply. Earl and Agnes, through hard work and long hours, made Lambert’s THE place to be during the Forties and Fifties for what was happening in politics, sports, local gossip and--above all--great food. If you traveled Highway 61 in those days, you knew you could count on a great steak, freshly prepared vegetables and an eye-popping piece of pie--no matter what time of day. OZARK, MISSOURI HOT BEEF SANDWICH An open faced pot roast sandwich with gravy. Served with mashed potatoes, coleslaw and all the pass arounds. 13.99 04/27/17

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