My son’s mind was blown while eating lunch at Gott’s Roadside in Palo Alto. He learned something new and now he’s evangelizing to any other fellow chicken tenders lover: the dipping sauce of choice is queso. Not bbq sauce, not ranch, and not his beloved ketchup, but hot, creamy cheese sauce.
Cheese sauce is a recent addition to the Gott’s menu, and while we considered the cheese fries – which we ordered and highly recommend – one of the managers told us we can ask for the cheese sauce on anything, it’s not limited to fries. Then he looked at my son and shared that he likes chicken tenders with cheese sauce on the side. My son was sold. He’s since ordered chicken and cheese sauce at every opportunity since that day and he’s recommended it to anyone who will listen. It’s his favorite lifehack.
Beyond the cheese sauce paired with chicken tenders, we branched out from our standard order (hello, ahi burger!) to try the Impossible Cheeseburger, and the Mexican street corn. The Mexican street corn is amazing, easily the best we’ve ever eaten. The corn was a summer menu addition that it sticking around at least a little longer. It’s reason to go back again and again.
We’re Gott’s regulars and I love their seasonal menus for the added variety, especially during the summer, when we can eat while sitting at the picnic tables outside of the restaurant. It’s extremely kid-friendly with food options for everyone. We love this restaurant!
We were guests of Gott’s to try out their seasonal menu. We were Gott’s customers before and continue to be. All opinions are my own.