Dallas >Opio Restaurant
A wonderful evening at the Chef's Table.
Chef Billy Webb and his kitchen staff certainly outdid themselves at our recent dinner. We (10 of us) dined at the Chef's Table, beautifully appointed and located in the kitchen. It was a unique experience with 5 delicious courses of abundant proportion! A fresh tomato bisque soup with lump crap, New Zealand lamb chops grilled to perfection, a delicious salad with gorgonzola, seasoned walnuts and grapes, tender filet mignon on a bed of risotto and spinach followed by an amazing flourless chocolate cake, ice cream and berries. The presentation of every course was fantastic and the flavors wonderful.
I would definitely recommend Opio for your next special event. And as about the Chef's Table!
Average. There probably isn't a much better word to decribe Opio or their brunch than as "average". If it is under best hotel brunches in dallas it would only be because there are a limited number of hotel brunches. I would recommend you going to one of the other ones.
In-house restaurant at the Park Cities Hilton combines practicality and elegance, serving upscale American for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, too..
Located in one of the few hotels in Park Cities, Opio has an opulent feel, thanks to its parchment walls, vaulted ceilings, and white tablecloths. The menu, which gets updated every spring and fall, focuses on classics such as steak and seafood, but with worldly flourishes--Asian, Mexican--added by chef Billy Webb. Portions are "mega," from the Cobb salad to the T-bone, and there's a generous buffet at breakfast and lunch.
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