It's been found. The best local restaurant in Missouri, and I have never been there. Have you?

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Located in the Ozarks, Lambert's Cafe, Home of the Throwed Rolls, is a  family-friendly restaurant known for some of the best "home-cooked" meals in the state according to LoveFood. This place is famous for its food and for throwing dinner rolls at its customers.

This homely restaurant chain – which has two Missouri locations in Ozark and Sikeston, and a third in Foley, Alabama – opened in 1942. Today Lambert’s Cafe still serves comforting plates of roasted meats with generous sides of vegetables and potatoes. It’s known as the 'home of the throwed roll', because servers literally chuck bread rolls to hungry customers.

I am sure the food is amazing at Lambert's, but I have a funny feeling that the roll-throwing experience might have put this place ahead above the rest. I've only been in the Ozark area a few times and have not had a chance to visit Lambert's, but many of my friends have and they always say how fun it is.

You better know how to catch pretty well so you don't get smacked in the head or face with a roll. I wonder how many rolls a day each location goes through? They do go through over 48,000 pounds of fish per day...mind blown. Also, their famous onion fried potatoes.

Lambert's is also known for their “pass arounds” — onion fried potatoes, fried okra, macaroni & tomatoes, and black-eyed peas.

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