Appetizers were the best--even better than entrees. Service superb. The option of a chocolate dessert (not combined with coffee flavor) would have been nice. Will return.
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We dined twice during our visit and the food was over the top. The antelope,rabbit enchilada dish was one of the best dishes I have had in along time. I have been dining here since it opened and have never had less than a fabulous...More
Sit away from the bar- less noisy. Charming waiter. Excellent drinks from the specialty menu. Best tortilla soup! Lobster chicken fried with fillet outstanding! Desserts were imaginative. Cozy room. Go!
I like the atmosphere calm and relaxing with nice music playing , buatifual decour contemporary with westren touch ,I think the menu is rich with a nice combination of food ( a little over price) I enjoyed my food because I don't mind flavored food...More
This has always been a very special restaurant for us, it is beautiful, expensive and we save it for special occasions. I was lucky enough to go on two different occasions this month. Once for dinner and once for lunch. We went for dinner with...More
Atmosphere was nice, wait staff was very attentive. Chef Fearing comes out and say hi to everyone. But food was way overpriced for what it was worth.
The Weekend brunch is one of the best in DFW. The fried chicken is amazing and the desserts are very unique and just as good.
We go here regularly when in Dallas as our "special" night out restaurant. The food continues to be superb, wonderful flavors and subtle spices with a southwestern emphasis. The service has always been attentive, however this time (and on our most recent earlier visit 6...More
Waited on by server Michael - this was a true 7 star experience. Had to wait for 30 minutes over the promised reservation time, but man, totally worth it! Went as a family of 4 to celebrate a birthday. The tortilla soup is a must...More
The menu on line does not show prices. There is a reason for that: appetizers at $12-24, entrees $48-$55, and the least expensive wines at $50 a bottle. It's expensive… and the food is excellent. There are very unusual combinations of flavors here: tex-mex-asian-French-American fusion,...More