We visited as it was close to our hotel when we had a stop over in Dallas. The meal was very good, large servings so no one went hungry. Was a nice quiet place for a quick meal
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Understaffed. Will be waiting for an unreasonable amount of time to get service. Not sure how the limited staff they do have continues to work there. All they have to do is apologize.
Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner the Flatland is a cut above. Chef just updated/revised the menu and we tried a few of the new dishes. Rib-eye steak was just right. Chef visited our table each time to ask if all was OK. I hope they...More
Had dinner here my first night. Had the chicken wings and their Mac and Cheese. Let me start with the Mac and Cheese... Probably the best Mac and Cheese I have ever had at a restaurant! Bacon, cheese, and spicy! I wish the wings were...More
For a hotel restaurant, I thought the food here was very good. The buffet breakfast with eggs made to order, great biscuits and gravy and lots of fresh fruit seemed to me to be worth the $16 price for its convenience. We ate here a...More
Was at the hotel 4 nights for a meeting. Had breakfast here every day. The selection was the same every day and not that many options.
I expected more for $13 nachos. The chips were homemade some on the thick and greasy side and some thin and crispy. They filled me up but I wouldn't order again. My hubs got the hot Angus burger. He liked it but said the jalapeños...More
This restaurant is inside the Doubletree by Hilton on the North-East side of DFW where all the other airport hotels are located. The atmosphere, food, service, and prices are all just a little above average for a midscale restaurant, but well bellow an upscale restaurant.
Waitstaff is slow, nonresponsive. Sat at a table for the breakfast buffet ($17? Really?) for 20 minutes before being offered something to drink. Eventually got water, but no refill. Dinner waitress repeatedly padded bar orders - bringing (and charging for) doubles and call brands when...More