The Old Warsaw
2610 Maple Ave, Dallas, TX 75201
Parking: Garage, Valet
Bike Parking: No
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Pets Allowed: No
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Our company was entertaining clients while in Dallas and we chose this restaurant. What a mistake. After the 5 of us ordered our food and after we had received our appetizers and salads, the waiter came to inform us that they did not have 3 out of the 5 entrees we had ordered. We chose another option and waited for it to get cooked. This is when it started going down hill. The food came out undercooked and raw. Half of our entrees were not edible. We scratched the entrees and went right to dessert. The raspberry soufflé came out raw and tasted like egg whites with couch syrup. When we went to complain to a manger, they told us that there was no manager on duty. They brought us the bill and wanted us to pay for the food we did not eat. I demanded to speak with a manager and the waiter said follow me. I got up and followed the waiter to the hostess stand where he picked up the phone and called someone for me. He then put me on the phone, at the hostess stand and in front of incoming guests, and had me talk to some guy. The guy said he was the manager and I could here thursday night football on in the background so I guess he was at home on his couch. After explaining myself, the manager said he would "take care of it" and so I put the waiter back on the phone. The waiter then left with my credit card and came back with a charge receipt for 40.00 off the 496.60 bill. I refused to pay but needed to leave to get to our event that night. I signed "In Dispute" on the charge receipt and left. When I got back to my office 3 days later, the credit card bill came in the mail with two charges on it (450.78 and 496.60 from the same restaurant) so it looks like they double charged me for my horrible experience. WARNING - I would not eat at this restaurant, ever! On a funny note, while we were eating our dessert, the violinist came by our table and played the theme song from the movie "The Titanic" while the ship was sinking - let this be a prelude to this restaurants closing - it would surprise me if this restaurant is still open a year from now.
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.
If someone does not give this restaurant 5/5 then they must have eaten somewhere else. Ambiance is amazing; the atmosphere in the dining room was top notch, especially with the Piano. The meal, well, words can’t explain it. Service was unreal. I could see why so many people propose there.
We had the most amazing meal. Every course (with the wine pairing because if you're going to go for it- go for IT!) was better than the previous one. No one was snooty or pretentious. We never felt rushed- it was absolutely the best way to end our vacation. If you're a coffee lover, you must order the coffee. The super cool way they make it tableside is amazing, So fun.
04/14/2012Provided by Citysearch -
My family and I were on vacation during the Easter and we went to Old Warsaw for Easter dinner. This is definitely a must in Dallas. The food was great. Be sure to try the Clam Chowder Soup, Lobster Tail. We were too stuffed for dessert, but they looked amazing, excellent service and atmosphere.