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Posted by Andre&Alina on 06/21/2012
We arrived at 7:00pm for dinner and were seated in their lovely backyard garden. The backyard is beautiful. Once seated and looking around you can just imagine how wonderful things are going to turn out. The waitress was realy nice, a couple of bottles of rose sitting in buckets around the garden, you just know its going to be a little slice of heaven. Not the case. We ordered the charcuterie which wasn't fresh & was more like tiny party hors d'oeuvres. the muscles were nice & good quality, I had the scallop roll which was amateur, my wife had the meatloaf which was ruined. It was burnt and actually had char all over the top covered by asparagus. She sent the meatloaf back and we waited for the burge which was pretty poor, their rendition anyway, it's pretty upsetting to mess up a burger like that. However, we did not make a big deal about the burger only said we were in a rush and wanted it to go. We were not charged for the meatloaf or the burger. i think they must have known, maybe a new chef or something. We will be back to give this place another try, maybe we went a little too early. We will be back because we want to like this place.
Posted by ofigueroa on 03/23/2012
used to be good. agree the patio needs work. service is very european -- as in very-much aloof. the steak frites was tough and dry. a couple years back used to have this seafood / saffron pasta that was quite good -- not sure why they took off the menu.
Posted by Scott on 07/25/2011
We were immediately delighted to be taken back to their beautiful outdoor patio. The menu offers a great selection that an adventurous eater would be excited to see. They have a number of items from the sea and the land. Some interesting meats that you don't see everyday, and even some smaller portions for the table to share before the meal. I had the fried scallops (great) and steak frittes (also great with a huge portion of fries). My wife enjoyed the mushroom risotto. Overall, we had a great time and look forward to visiting again next time we are in the area.
Posted by Gastronome on 06/30/2011
This place is reasonable. Some dishes are good while others are disappointing.
Posted by anonymous on 02/28/2011
Tree Restaurant recently did an advertising push in which they said they're vegan-friendly. Their menu also makes small mention of it. Just take note that our experience with their vegan and vegetarian offerings were very negative. We could barely touch them, paid, and had to go elsewhere for a second dinner. Note that I can make no comment on how they cook meat -- just that they have no idea what to do with anything else.
Posted by woocman on 10/10/2010
We came here on a recent Saturday with 2 families (4 kids) and could not have been happier with our meal. The staff was warm and welcoming. They made special pasta for kids which was not on the menu and the garden was open and relaxing. I would strongly remommend Tree-it was great!
Posted by Damon on 04/15/2010
Boy was I pleasantly surprised to find a French bistro around the corner from my apartment. I have been to Tree a number of times and have always had an amazing dining experience. Not only is the food good, the atmosphere is friendly and relaxed as well. I’m always greeted at the door by one of the owners as if I were part of the family. The wait staff is also down to earth and friendly. Who can beat a menu that offers exclusively French classics and American Nouveau. The meals are always beautifully presented and cooked to perfection. The outside patio and garden is awesome! I’m never disappointed each time my partner and I come here.