Dallas >Food & Dining > Palomino
crescent court delight. While not unique, this restaurant in Crescent Court is a delicious find. This chain which has 9 locations across the US, offers delightful cuisine at a decent price. The menu, which has an Italian flair, offers everything from brick oven pizza to a rotisserie pork chop and braised lamb shank. The starters will keep you coming back (as proclaimed by the waiter). The crisp potatoes gorgonzola are essentially waffle fries with a cheese sauce, but delicious none the less. The king crab and artichoke dip, will in fact keep you coming back, with its rich combination of fresh crab and parmesan cheese. You would be remiss if you did not order one of the 5 or 6 tasty desserts, which include a fresh cobbler and a warm chocolate torte. The food is delicious, the decor unique, and the wait staff attentive, don?t miss out of this delectable restaurant.
A really good time!. I've been here a few times and the food and service have always been great. They have a wide variety of food and its all delicious. The hours are excellent. I always eat here before I attend a Mavericks game because they will take you and pick you up from the AA arena. On the plus side, if you dont have time to eat before the game their hours are excellent and there is plenty of time afterwards. Parking is really hard unless you use valet and its also a great place for cocktails.
Casual Upscale Dining. For the price, Palomino is a great place for casual upscale dining. Came here after a symphony performance with a big group (they are open late) and was not disappointed. The menu has a great variety for everyone and smiles all around when our entrees came out. Martinis were good and creative. The desserts impressed the most. Parking can be tricky if you're not using valet.
A place to be seen, that's about it. This is a popular, trendy spot for those interested in social circles, more mature than Zaza's Dragonfly. Since we are more interested in the dining experience, this place was a total disappointment. Our calamari was cold and rubbery, my companion's steak was tough and my fish was bland. We felt the prices were above the rating here of two dollar signs. Drinks were pricey, service was average and it was noisy. If you like high profile, you'll like it, but don't go for the food.
Upbeat staff, hefty portions and beautiful location sell this casually opulent bistro to hip locals and tourists..
The south side is a decidedly grown-up dining room featuring an open kitchen, white tablecloths and comfortable, low-profile leather seating in burgundy and tan. To the north is a bar area; marble tabletops and burgundy-leather barrel chairs lead into an atrium dining area in the courtyard, where a beautiful fountain glistens in the sun.
The bar offers a full range of martinis, but a nonalcoholic raspberry mojito impresses and the Arnold Palmer (freshly squeezed lemonade and iced tea) refreshes. The food is varied, heavily Italian and delicious. Traditional bruschetta also comes in successful mushroom and salmon varieties. A paper cone holds a fistful of fabulous steak frites. Fruit smothers the chicken with a sweet and sour medley that bursts with flavor. The warm pear bread budding can't share the stage with molten chocolate, which oozes fudge and sports a topping of Sambuca whipped cream.
Just for the trout. Bar doesnt work but the dinning area does, try their special trout..its unique, service always good, wine list so so and overpriced but dont let that stop you.
Sign in with Facebook Sign in with Facebook to see what your friends are up to!
Do you have a review of Palomino on your blog? If you include the Citysearch image link (shown below) in your post, we'll automatically link to your review from the business profile page. Here's how our Linkback system works:
The Linkback system is free and automatic. It's really that easy.
To link to our business profile page, copy the html below to your web page.