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Posted by Galloping Gourmet on 09/03/2007
My family and I booked our reservation online. Arrived 5:30 on a Friday evening. We were promptly seated upstairs in a what is a relatively small restaurant. Our waiter was very attentive but not overbearing. Each of our choices had a distintive zip to it. ( A Flay trademark) Tomato soup/Cearsar Salad/Pork Tenderloin/Double baked potato was very satisfying. The wife's steak was as good as any and that includes "Maxwell's in Midtown.The spicy chocolate sundae was delightful with a "bite" A bit pricey but as a special treat we really enjoyed ourselves. GG
Posted by Anonymous on 08/31/2007
me and my three girlfriends really enjoyed our meal. i had been looking forward to going to mesa for a long time and it was all that i had expceted and more. the atmosphere is very elegant in a simple, causal, relaxing sexy way, the service was fantastic and the food divine. between the three of us we had the pork loin, the swordfish and the grouper, they were all so yummy but the topper for us was the crispy squash blossom appetizer....it was heavenly!! simply to die for and having just one is just not enough!!!
Posted by Anonymous on 08/17/2007
I absolutely love mesa grill! First of all, the service was probably the best i have ever witnessed in a restaurant. The food was so impressive, really fresh and tasty! I went for brunch and had the Mahi Mahi with pinapple salsa, risotto, and mango sauce-delish! My friend had the sweet potato hash which was great as well. All round excellent and definetly worth the price. It was a delightful experience!
Posted by Anonymous on 07/30/2007
I typically do not write reviews unless it's either really good or really poor. Unfortunately, my brunch experience fell into the latter category. My fiance and I started out w/ the pulled pork quesadilla on the appetizer menu. It was lukewarm and tasted like cardboard smeared w/ bad tasting BBQ. My cafeteria at work makes better quesadillas. I also had the ranch style tostada. It had the same bad tasting BBQ sauce although it was suppose to be ancho chile tomato sauce. Maybe it was burnt ... who knows. I had the grits for the side and was really the only thing I touched even though it looked like glue paste. I felt it was strange that the server didn't ask me about the food since I left almost everything untouched. That's the last time I will ever step foot into another Bobby Flay restaurant.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/27/2007
I have to say, my boyfriend and i celebrated our 6-month-aversary here last night and it was SO so so so so so so so so so so amazing. The food was soooo good. The portions were plenty big! Whoever is complaining about portion size must be used to TGIFridays because we thought it was too much. I am a veggi and there were GREAT options for me,.... and it was just all so tastey. I really cant say enough about the meal. We had a late reservation so by 11pm, the resturant was quiet. i can imagine how it gets too loud normally. but whatever. i was so pleased with my experiene.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/17/2007
So I went for restaurant week, and I have to say the food is good, I can't take that away from them, but the portions are miniscule. Small enough to leave you hungry - which should never be the case after you leave a restaurant. On the upside the quality of the food is very good, very fresh, just don't come hungry.
Posted by RR on 07/11/2007
I don't know how anyone can write a bad review about this place. Every time I go I have a wonderful meal and have no problems with the service. There aren't many restaurants that serve this type of cuisine in such a fine fashion. The pork tenderloin is my favorite dish.