Dallas >Woodlands American Grill
My toothpicks of vegetables were swimming in grease. My father's Rubin sandwich was cold and rock hard crust. The french fries were so heavy salted they were difficult to eat. The Magnolia Chicken was barely warm. The salad never arrived.
We live in the neighborhood and it is a nice place. Don't seem to care a whole lot on a Sunday night. At least this was the case. My last three times were average at best.
ok but not worth the price. We sampled quite a few items off the menu. Nothing was great and there were some issues. One of the two appetizers was extremely salty the other was great but such a small portion for $12. The salad was average. The entree was good but the side vegetable was off. The apple dessert was good except for the charred apple peel. If you are going to caramelize an apple slice; avoid or remove the peel otherwise the burned peel leaves a very nasty ash taste in your mouth. Atmosphere and service was great but the food was not consistently good.
Our new favorite restaurant!. We love this place. We used to go to Houstons quite a lot, but got tired of the long wait and no reservations policy. We love the fact that we can reserve our table. The food is great served by our favorite waiter Gresham. The seafood is always very fresh and served beautifully! We have been there at least once a week for the last month.
A contemporary scene meets modern American cuisine in North Dallas..
Natural elements such as stone, hardwood floors and linear accents emulate Frank Lloyd Wrights' designs creating a clean sophisticated style. Comfortable booths and tables surround the u-shaped bar pronounced by blue lighting. Service is attentive to detail and the menu delivers American favorites with unexpected quality, flavor and flair. The maple glazed mahogany chicken has you at hello, its aroma and tender texture is impressionable. And in a town of competitive steaks joints, the beef tenderloin is a mean contender. If you get full on the artichoke spinach dip starter, you won't leave unsatisfied.
Fresh fresh fresh.
Great atmosphere, excellent service, cool bar.
Love the salmon! Seafood specials always different and unique. Wonderful salads
Everything is fresh fresh fresh. Desserts are a real treat.
My new favorite neighborhood restaurant!. My family went and tried the Woodlands during Sunday brunch and we thought everything was fantastic. I recommend the mussel appetizer (although with about 20 mussels and buttered toast it could be a meal!) and the bison cheeseburger. The service was absolutely perfect. I only wished I would have tried something off of the breakfast menu because the pancakes and French toast looked great. Everything from the decor, to the service, to the menu is well thought out and appreciated! We will be returning over and over!
Business lunch hot spot. Woodlands is a fantastic business lunch hot spot where you can dine on 5 star food while being able to negotiate a business meeting at the same time. My clients have loved the sliders and the tuna steak while appreciating the wonderful service even more. Many of them have thanked me for providing them another great restaurant choice and continue to go back.
Beautiful and Romantic.
Great restaurant in easily accessible location. I love the ceder plank salmon and extensive wine list.
Great for a date night or business lunch. I highly recommend Woodlands.
Very lovely unique restaurant. I love the friendly service and great neighborhood feel of Woodlands. This restaurant is a welcome change to the chain type restaurants that are so abundant in Dallas. I love the Tuna Tartar, the desserts (especially the chocolate ones!) and I think it has the most unique Sunday brunch menu I have ever seen. Don't miss the pancakes. Love it!
Best Martini in town. The Pear Martini is the best martini in Dallas. Food is great, but the martini is worth the trip alone. Nice, relaxed atmosphere.
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