Dallas >Food & Dining > Hibiscus
2927 N Henderson Ave, Dallas, TX | Directions 7520632.821107 -96.785241
Monday To Friday From 05:00 PM To 11:00 PM
Neighborhoods: East Dallas
Salty & Overpriced--Service & cocktails were great – The waiter was very friendly and helpful. The cocktails were delicious and unique. I ordered the tempora vegetable appetizer. It was very salty. The dipping sauces and vegetables were good. I had the salmon, which was very fishy and not good. My date had the brick--chewy and bland. The dessert was HUGE. We split a piece of chocolate cake and there was still 1/2 left over when we were done. The prices were very high for the taste and quality. Will not be going back--except maybe to the bar for cocktails!
Awesome Service – My biggest pet peeve is service. Hibiscus had awesome service right from the moment we walked thru the door up until the moment we got into our car. Oh and I suppose I should mention that the food was equally good. Definitely a place I will be coming back to.
5 Star and then some!! – This is an outstanding place, it is well decorated and chic.The food was SO delicious we had the crab dip, rock shrimp, and crusted green beans as appitizers as we had a group of 20, the crab dip and green beans are a must I couldnt get enough of it!!! . The waiters was so attentive and we got everything we ordered right away! The entree i had was the turf & surf and it was the best turf & surf I have ever had, the shrimp were HUGE! The steak was cooked to perfection and it was flavored soo well, very juicy and a great cut of meat! It was served on top of garlic mashed potates with there house steak sauce which is very good also its got a little spice to it which I love, the meals were presented so creatively. A class forsure. We also had the skillet Mac & cheese, it was outstanding had a great flavor. We finished off dinner with the chocolate cake, OH MY GOODNES, it is the best. Its pretty rich in flavor and its drizzled with a rasberry sauce that is to die for! If you like dirty Martinis theres are AWESOME. The waiters are very knowledgeable with the wine lists and any liqour or drink you want they know! I have nothing at all bad to say about this place, even the Valet was quick and easy it was free as well. If you are in Dallas Hibiscus is a must but be prepared to spend a good chunk of money but it is all WELL worth it!! If you are looking for a romantic dinner this would be a great place as all the lights are dimmed and its very chill and romantic. My new fav of Dallas forsure!
Excellent Experience – My husband and I dined here for a special occasion and loved it. We started with the drinks and people watching at the bar...both were great! Then were seated promptly at our reservation time by two servers who took great care of us all night. We had an excellent app, salads, amazing filet mignon and out of sight chocolate cake. The wine list is pretty good as well. The atmosphere is good and romantic. A must for a special occasion!
Amazing food, horrible service – I really hated giving this restaurant a 3 rating because the food was outstanding. However, my boyfriend and I feel customer service is just as important in dining as the food itself, and the service was lackluster.
When we arrived, we were seated quickly by very nice hostesses... but then things took a turn. It took almost 10 minutes to be noticed by a server, and he wasn't even our server. As a matter of fact, he had to get our water and a wine list since out server was M.I.A. He checked on us twice before our server got to the table to greet us... and by the time she arrived, we had alread decided on a wine as well as our meal... since it took 20 minutes! As the meal progressed, the server never came back to refill our wine glasses, so we had to do it ourselves.
Finally when it was time for the check, we found ourselves waiting 20 minutes yet again because our server was gone. Another server came over picked up our check and cashed us out. Then when we were at the valet stand, who else did we see but our server on an extended smoke break.
As I said in the beginning the food was outstanding, but as a former server... I expected more from our waitress.
My favorite restaurant in Dallas – This restaurant is by far THE BEST restaurant in Dallas! I have been at least 4 times and plan on going back this weekend. It's funny, four times isn't that often but when I made my reservations for this weekend the hostess remembered me.
The atmosphere is classy yet casual with a late 20/30/40 yr old crowd taking up the big wooden tables in the dimly lit dining room.
The food is AMAZING! The crab dip, seabass, steaks, mac and cheese, it's all fabulous!
I recommend this restaurant to anyone looking to have an amazing dinner. Plan to drop a bill or two but it is well worth the money.
Extroidinary dinner – I just love this restaurant (having been then 4 times) and everytime I go there I have been impressed. Wednesday was our most recent visit and the tomato and crab bisque was unique with a rich and tasty flavor. For dinner we had the spicy crab crusted sea bass and the grilled scallops which were both wonderfull. The sea bass is one of the best dishes I have ever had anywhere and I have been raving about it all day. The drink menu has something for everyone including the signature Hibiscus Cocktail. Service was attentive and not overbearing. The chocolate cake, although not bad, failed to live up to the rest of our meal. I would highly recommend this restaurant.
User review by up2you – Great service. Food is excellent also. I loved the surroundings.
Pinon-scented pine and stucco lodge on Henderson serves grilled and roasted meats with imaginative sides. – The Scene
A dimly lit interior with a roaring fire blazing in the reception room invites diners to a cozy evening. Behind the small bar, attractive waitstaff flash friendly smiles while well-heeled patrons, who all seem to know each other, mingle easily. A long, high-ceilinged room with earth-toned walls capped by wooden beams hums with lively conversation beyond the bar.
Chef Nick Badovinus of Fireside Pies fame has achieved another culinary triumph by focusing on the ingredients and limiting the menu to one page of inventive dishes. Start out with the barbecued quail, drizzled in tangy brown sauce and served warm over a bed of slaw nestled in a golden fried onion ring. Entrees include the spit-fired cut spare ribs with green apple-hoisin sauce; the meat so tender, it melts off the bone. Pair with side dishes such as blue cheese polenta or deep-dish macaroni casserole.
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