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Mad Platter Restaurant & Catering

(32 Reviews)

1239 6th Ave N, Nashville, TN 37208

(615) 242-2563

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Today: 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
Tomorrow: 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
28
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Fax Number: (615) 254-0934

Fax: (615) 254-0934

Price Range
$$
Neighborhood
Germantown
AKA

Mad Platter Rstrnt & Catering

The Mad Platter

Categories
Caterers, Family Style Restaurants, Meeting & Event Planning Services, American Restaurants, Seafood Restaurants, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch Restaurants, Restaurants
Other Information

Cuisines: Caterers, American, Family Style, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch, Seafood

Cuisine: Southern, Tex-Mex, American, Southwestern, Seafood

Price Range : Average

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manyvoices

12/27/2010

Provided by Citysearch - 
Overall
Maybe best in town

I hadn't been there in years. It was still flawless. Perhaps the best overall dining experience in town. Love you guys!

jg2jump

10/27/2010

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Overall
Won't go again

The dinner menu was a piece of paper that looked like it had been printed on a printer running low on toner cartridge. The faint writing and the low light made it impossible to read. Thank goodness there were only 6 items to choose from. No salad included but you can get salad and coffee and dessert for another $20 over the already high prices. It took a while to even get bread and drinks and I've had better bread from Publix. The bread was tasteless and the butter (?) tasted like margarine. 40 minutes later the meal arrived. It was undercooked and bland. The lamb had some kind of crumb coating that tasted like cardboard. The server asked us if we needed anything else despite our drink glasses having been empty for quite some time. She never checked back with us again. The vegetables with the rib eye tasted like they came out of a frozen bag and were soggy and bland.

Overall, the service was bad, the food boring and bland, and the prices high. Oh, the ambiance was nice. Will not go again. Very dissappointing.

lookingforloulou

08/13/2010

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Overall
could be better

I like the lunch atmosphere. My friend and I both thought the food could be a bit improved though.

sscrugg

07/06/2010

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Overall
Not as good as it used to be

I took my staff to the Mad Platter shortly before Christmas, touting it as a great place to eat. I was sadly disappointed. The first thing you see is a board stating the specials of the day--and a copy of the specials placed at each table. We were seated and had begun to decide what we wanted--usually the specials of the day are the best things on the menu. We ordered our drinks, got them and then our server came to out table to get our food order. Not ONE of the specials was available, we were left with the regular menu selections, which were mediocre at best. We really wanted to get up and leave, but had already gotten our drinks. This same thing happened to a friend of mine. My suggestion is BEFORE you get all cozy at your table with your drinks in hand, make sure they have the food they are advertising. On my own, it would have been no big deal, but with my staff there, it was very disappointing and made me look bad for suggesting the Mad Platter. AND if you have ever been there, the prices are not exactly low. So I ended up blowing most of my annual budget for taking them out for lunch on mediocre food. Don't think I will be back...

CagnesGourmand

04/24/2010

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Overall
A Romantic neighborhood spot

The 4 course menu here offers copious amounts of food but the servers are great about suggesting sharing. It makes for a good value and you will still want your main course when it arrives. Mains are well done here and beautifully presented. We are always surprised it is not busier here. I'll be reviewing soon on my web site. CagnesGourmand

jojo37206

11/15/2009

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Overall
Amazing Service

My birthday dinner was at the mad platter last night, and was amazing. The place is small, but they were very accomadating for our party of 20 people. I met the owner and she was super sweet. The wait staff was incredible and on top of thier game. The food was very goodl. The mad platter helped make my birthday dinner one of the best! I will definetly be returning.

capture

11/07/2009

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Overall
Just okay this time

Service was good, love the decor and atmosphere, but my fish was cold and tough? Isn't fish flacky? I believe it had been microwaved since in was almost rubbery and the crust was soft. Other entrees at table were hot, etc.. My meal must have been cooked and set aside and then rewarmed and ""set aside again"". I do plan on returning and hope this was a rare occurance, but I simply could not eat the meal but chose not to send it back. The polenta cake was even worse, but the garnish was hot. Go figure, just a bad meal.

auburn5978

11/02/2009

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Overall
The Gem of Germantown

The Mad Platter restaurant can be best described as ""shabby chic"". The food is tremendous and the service is great !!!
It's located in the heart of historic Germantown. I've eaten there several times and never been disappointed.

candyeric

02/18/2009

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Overall
Excellent Dinner

My husband and I went for our 10th Wedding Anniversary. The service, food and ambiance were all excellent. Our server gave us great food suggestions and once we both chose our entrees, he gave us a superb wine suggestion that went well with both dishes. The five-course option has been mentioned in previous reviews, but happily they now have a three-course option as well. That worked great for me. The Ravioli appetizer was fantastic, as were the Duck and Lamb entrees. We will definitely go back.

gypsy52

01/10/2009

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Overall
Wonderful experience....again.....and again!

I consider myself lucky - my job involves travel and I get to eat in great restaurants in many different cities. Whenever I get to entertain in Nashville, the Mad Platter is my hands down first choice. It offers a wonderful atmosphere, cozy and low key, yet sophisticated. The menu is superb - always offering creative dining choices and has a range that appeals to everyone. They offer an incredible value in their five course dinner, providing soup, salad, appetizer, entree, and dessert for a reasonable up-charge from the cost of just an entree. Portions are perfect and the timing of service allows you to savor each course without rushing on to the next one. Last night I chose the gumbo for my soup. It could have been straight from the bayou - filled with andouille and bits of seafood, with a rich smoky taste. It was followed by the shrimp appetizer - very fresh. The caesar salad was perfect. If you are a fan of duck, theirs is delicious and served with gnocci. I ended my meal with the best dessert in the house - bananas Foster. Don't plan to finish in an hour - this restaurant understands that a great meal is meant to be savored and allows you to enjoy it at a wonderful pace. And if you get the pleasure of having Brenda as your server, just sit back and enjoy - she makes sure your meal is everything you want it to be!

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