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Posted by MaskedMarauder on 07/26/2008
The soup was delicious and the chile relleno entree was very good. The corn pudding with cherry ice cream for dessert was delicious also. The restaurant was very crowded and a little noisy. There was a ten minute delay in getting my dessert because the kitchen was backed up, but that was not a problem for me. My waiter was good and pleasant, and the helpers were adequate. It was restaurant week so the value was excellent. I will definitely be back.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/25/2008
I went here last night for Restaurant Week and I was a verry happy camper! My reservation was for 6:45 and the rest of my party was running late. They were very accomodating and seated us while we waited for her. Our server was attentive and very friendly. The meal was sinmply amazing (the cornbread pudding dessert was to die for!). The only negative was the tables are in close proximity to one another so it really loud. Much better place to bring a group of friends rather than a date. Other than that, I will definitely go back!
Posted by Very Nice on 07/24/2008
The meal was flawless, everything from the friendly greeting at the door to fast and polite service. I really enjoyed my meal. The highlights were the duck pancake as well as the rib-eye steak. Best things on the menu. I will be back again.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/23/2008
Went to Mesa Grill during Winter Restaurant Week 2008. I don't understand all the negative comments. My party had a great meal. The food was above my expectations, from the appetizer to the desert. The business casual atmosphere was comfortable. Maybe I just don't know how this restaurant compares to the way it used to be, but I thought it was a great experience. Maybe I'm biased because I love Bobby Flay. I would definitely go back again and try something new. Nothing happened that left a sour taste in my mouth. The wife says it was one of the best meals she ever had.
Posted by Annoyed New Yorker on 07/12/2008
New Yorkers usually have discriminating taste, which means that this restaurant still being in business is a surprise. I came here for brunch and was served waffles that I could have easily obtained at IHOP. In fact, I think the chefs here might be going to IHOP to get the food and bringing in back to serve to Mesa customers. They were mediocre at best. The scrambled eggs dish was equally unimpressive. It amazes me that a restaurant like this, solely beause of the name of it's chef, could stay in business for this long. All I have to say is, Bobby better get back in the kitchen and figure something new out if he wants to stay in business. I want my money back. The service was good, but that was about it. Not coming back again.
Posted by bobby flay fan on 07/02/2008
july 2 08 decided to lunch at mesa for lunch on 5th ave. I ordered the salmon medium well. The center was mushy and wet "raw" .The maitre'de observed and agree that the dish was not even rare but under cooked for rare. She ask to have it cooked more i declined , i had eaten the flaky endsand the top.she then returned the salmon to the chef to see,full price was charge and nothing else said. i'm sure Bobby will not see this but i was disappointed.
Posted by MDH on 06/22/2008
I have been to Bar Americain a bunch of times and have only had good experiences there, so I decided to try Mesa Grill with a friend the other night. The restaurant is outdated, the decor is nothing special and overall, I was very unimpressed. The appetizers were pretty tasty (ribs and queso fundito but the mains were pretty boring (lamb and chicken). Overall, I was disappointed and wouldn't suggest heading to Mesa Grill, its flame has burnt out...