The Old War Saw was a nice, quiet, elegant restaurant. It was a perfect setting to take my mother out to eat to show her my appreciation for everything she has done. We started off with the escargot which was served with the most delicious garlic sauce. After the wonderful escargot we had a delightful Caesar salad while we waited for our main entree. During this time the waiter would come and check on us from time to time giving us excellent service. After the salad, came the grilled prime chateaubriand, cooked to perfection, it was definitely one of the best piece of meat me and my mom have ever sunk our teeth into (a must get). Once we were done with our main entree, we debated on getting desert so as the waiter suggested we get the grand marnier soufflé, we did, man was it great! it was as rich as could be and it didn't have a grainy texture which made it just perfect. Overall I gave it a 5 star rating because from when I walked through the door the service was very attentive and the food was just amazing. If ever in the area The Old Warsaw restaurant is a must-go.
12201 Merit Dr Ste 900Dallas, TX 75251
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Our experience at Bijoux restaurant was in one word, palatable. The arrival was cordial, the ambience was comfortable, and the staffs were affable. The procession of the courses was precise, the ritual of mending our table at the conclusion of each course was assiduous, and a complimentary champagne toast from the maitre d completes a wonderful evening. However In the realm of 5 stars perfection, the hype of expectation, the gravity of anticipation; Bijoux was good, Bijoux was comfortable, BUT... Bijoux was predictable. After having visited the other two 5 stars "French" restaurant in Dallas, Bijoux is not at the same level as The French Room nor Aurora. Chef Gottlich walked pass our table (one of only two tables on a Tuesdday evening) at least 5 times and never once pause to greet us. Let them eat cake perhaps?
My first evening at the Old Warsaw resassured me that fine dining has not completely dissapeared. For our aniversary, my husband and I were hoping to find a romantic environment, and the violinist and pianist really knew how to set the mood. We rather enjoy a good wine, but are no experts, we asked our waiter to help us pick something out. The wait staff was able to not only find a wine that complimented my sea bass and husband's lobster plate, but also a wine that excited the pallet. The atmosphere allowed the two of us to really enjoy each other's company, without all of the intrusion of a loud restaurant. It was truly refreshing to be able to enjoy a nice drink after dinner, without feeling so rushed to leave. The Old Warsaw is truly an oasis, and I don't think we'll be waiting until next year to return.