We had some errands to run, and were looking for some place for supper, and drove right by it..and decided to turn in.
Part sports bar, part family restaurant, Casler’s has the potential to try to do too many things at once, ultimately failing at all of them…but kudos to Casler’s…they do it and they do it well.
It’s a very comfortable atmosphere, and whether you’re a sports fan, live music fan, or want a nice dinner with your family, you’ll feel welcome here.
I honestly wasn’t sure if they had a breaded tenderloin or not…..but they advertise a hand cut tenderloin on their menu, offering it either breaded or grilled. I chose the breaded…of course. 🙂
It’s a nice sized sandwich, pounded just a little thinner than I prefer, but not paper thin. The meat, while not outstanding in flavor, is certainly above average.
The breading is really good…the texture is a little different than what I’m used to, but I liked it quite a lot. I’m not sure exactly what’s IN the breading, but it works and works well.
They brought the sandwich dressed just as I requested, however….they skimped on the onion. Two little rings. When we say we want onions, we want onions! 🙂
The sandwich is served on an egg bun that is really, really good! It’s a different taste/texture than the standard bun, and with this sandwich, it worked very, very well.
I’m giving Casler’s breaded tenderloin a 4 out of 5 bites. It’s not perfect, but it’s well above average and I’ll certainly order it again when I’m there.
As a nice change of pace, they offer tater tots as a side…and, oh my, they were VERY good!
Holly had the steak dinner special…a sirloin steak, grilled veggies, and mashed potatoes for $8.99. She pronounced that dinner “Fantastic”.
Casler’s is located at 11501 Geist Pavilion Drive in Fishers, Indiana. You can find them online at http://www.caslers.com