Some of the menu items at the Roadkill Cafe in Seligman, Arizona, include Fender Tenders, Caddie Grilled Patty and Deer Delectables, as of November 2015. The website for the restaurant also mentions its hearty meals, salads and salad bar.
Other curiously named foods at the Roadkill Cafe include the Splatter Platter, Highway Hash and Big Bagged Stag. Despite the names, all of the food is actually normal cuisine found on traditional menus, not actual road kill.
Reviewers of the restaurant on Yelp mention one dish, mystery meat, that consists of turkey over toasted bread served with mash potatoes and gravy. Some burger options include elk or buffalo in addition to traditional Angus beef patties.
There are chicken wraps, chicken sandwiches, Philly cheesesteaks and BLTs as well. Some sides include salads, fries and cole slaw. The drinks are served in large mugs.
The Roadkill Cafe is located off the historic Route 66. The restaurant is open daily from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m., offers free Wi-Fi, and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. The area where the restaurant is located looks like a Wild West movie, complete with the old Arizona Territorial and the OK Saloon, which contains antiques from the area's past.