Frisco Restaurant Reviews
Welcome to our Frisco restaurant reviews guide where you'll find top restaurants off the beaten path, both locally owned and chain. In fact, some of the best restaurants in the Frisco just might be the little mom and pop operations flying under the radar. For some of the best picks in Frisco, you've come to the right place.
Our Frisco restaurant reviews guide can help you make sense of the thousands of options out there. Happy eating!
Also check out our Best Restaurants in Frisco 2013 Guide
“DIDN'T LIKE !!!! This restaurant may have been OK in the past, but has changed for the worse. Tasteless, bland food, very poor service, non-existent parking and management staff that won't listen to complaints. Choose any other place to eat. Stay away.” (08/12/2009)
“The service was friendly but unbelievably slow and there were only 6 people dining! When the "steak" came out it was quite small and cutting it resulted in it flying off the plate. We were impressed with the decor but nothing else.” (03/20/2009)
“Really cool food, lite and casual. The food reminds me of Napa California” (03/19/2009)
“This place is GREAT, the restaurant is cool but the Bar is awesome, the staff makes you want to never leave. Some friends and I spent 3 hours hanging out here. Horay for the return of a great corner bar. !!!!!” (08/30/2008)
“I and two others attended this eatery on a Friday evening. We were waited on promptly, the food was very very good (truly Thai), the waitstaff was affable and informative. Overall a really nice experience on a busy evening, I will visit this place on every trip to Frisco, Texas.” (06/15/2008)
“We've visited about 5-6 times over the past year. On each occassion, we've found the food and service to be very good. We'll continue to return on those nights we just want a comfortable place to enjoy some good food.” (02/14/2008)
“Food is good, but service is horrible.” (01/01/2008)
“ordered sausage burrito combo the menu says 3.99 when I paid it was 4.39 plus tax, I just do not like price differences. Forty cents is forty cents.”