Kream Kastle has no social media presence whatsoever. Neither does it take orders through various delivery apps. One might be tempted to call this place a throwback to an earlier era, an atavism, a living fossil. But we just call it that little drive-in on Highway 70 — you know, that tastee-freeze between Ten Mile Creek and the Lonsdale turnoff, the place where all the trucks are parked.
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Recently, I was in Hot Springs on a surprise trip and found myself tasked with obtaining food for the wife and her mother. I decided to try an Indian place I had passed many times before: Taste of India.
Blue Sage Vegan's “Don’t Be a Chick’n” sandwich is a masterpiece.
Indian Kitchen drops the pretense of fine dining in favor of Indo-Pak comfort food with a focus on catering.
King Kone’s large menu, a dictionary book of flavors, covers the entire front of the purple cinder-block building. But if you’re here, you probably have some variation of ice cream and/or burgers on your mind.
Don’t take this as a full-fledged restaurant review from Arkansas Times: We’re just letting you know what we loved and what might need that aforementioned improvement (very little, we’ll tell you now!).
Hard to pick a favorite at That Ramen Place.
Prince Williams hopes his bar and seafood shack will earn a reputation for solid food and keep people coming back. The duck gumbo will make us return.
Higdon Square Cafe does meat and three right.
Arts Center eatery is tasteful, tasty.
And uncommon ramen.
Forrest City's Delta Q offers a new take on barbecue.
In Hot Springs.
It's good as gold.
The place to be on cold days for hot pots.
Tea and empathy.
Simple, consistent, good
It's the best kind of bar food.
Flying Fish has 'em, and they're good.