While it is owned by the same people as the one in Springfield, they are not run the same. It seems that Springfield has priority over Nixa, as the only three times I have gone there, they were short on chefs. Twice they were short in Springfield, and pulled all but one from Nixa, and the other time, none showed up in Nixa, and they pulled a trainee, and an experienced chef. The problem with that, is that the trainee had to cook while being watched by the veteran cook. Don't go to the Nixa Location if you are in any sort of time constraint.
This place can be pricey but the food is amazing! YOU WILL BE STUFFED SILLY! Prepare for the meaty magic. My fiance loved it!
Hadn't ate there in a couple years. Stopped eating because food was always cold. Decided to try today, knew that when they called our number before …
If I could rate zero I would. Wife and I were celebrating Valentine's on the Saturday after. Had a tight schedule because of the movie and baby sitter. First scratch is that they don't accept reservations on weekends, only on weekdays. Second scratch is the worst. We get there at 510, should be plenty of time to still get to a movie that starts at 705. The theater is about 15 minutes away. The 30 minute wait wasnt too unexpected, but come 545 everyone has already been sat, including the people who came in after we did. When I asked, they had marked us off. Didn't apologize, or try to squeeze us into a table, just said we would have to wait for the next table, another 30-45 minutes. No apologies, nothing. If you won't take a reservatuon, at least seat us when we are there in person. Can't comment on the food because we had to leave and get fast food on the first of our two date nights we get each year. Thanks for nothing Hinodes. I'll stick with the one in Springfield. Same owner, same company, just 7 miles away, and they accept reservations on weekends.
This place has amazing food and service!