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2337 South International Parkway
at DFW Airport, Terminal D
Dallas, TX 75261
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$50 and over
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Grand Met Details
Hours of Operation:
Open seven days a week
Breakfast: 6:30am - 11am
Lunch: 11:00am - 2:00pm
Dinner: 5:30pm - 10:30pm
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Chef Jean Claude Plihon
Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Chef's Table, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Late Night, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Personal wines welcome, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Our menus are meticulously designed by the Grand Hyatt DFW culinary team. With diverse and international selections, our menus will tantalize any palate. The catering team will also tailor a custom menu for your event, from healthy and fit to decadent and rich. The Grand Hyatt staff provides exceptional service, ensuring that your event runs smoothly.
Private Party Facilities:
Perfect for intimate dinners, private lunches, meetings, cocktail parties, or other special events. We offer flexible and custom menus and seating arrangements, making the Grand Hyatt DFW ideal for your next event.
Private Party Contact:
Kristina Conti Richmond (972) 973-1240
Show Kitchen, Virtual Menus (Interactive menu tablet PC's), Wine Cellar
Special Events & Promotions:
Epicurean Studio Kitchen Experience
Please visit our website for further information.
Terminal D at DFW Airport
Skylink (available for guests with boarding passes only), and Terminal Link
Free self parking is available on level three of Terminal D with restaurant-provided exit pass.
To qualify for exit pass validation, do not enter airport via toll tag lanes.
A word from Grand Met
Offering a sophisticated ambiance. The Grand Met restaurant is your gateway to innovative global cuisine. Flavors from around the world are seasonally inspired and artfully prepared in our modern show kitchen. Once at your table effortlessly orchestrate the perfect meal utilizing Grand Met’s
state of the art virtual menu. This innovation features detailed descriptions of our cuisine along with vivid photography. The Grand Met also offers an extensive wine list, and a well-trained staff that is ready to serve you.
M lounge adjacent to the Grand Met is best known for our signature martinis, tasty sushi, and an energetic atmosphere.
The perfect setting for any occasion the Grand Met restaurant and M lounge are always at your service.
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Its a very nice place. Took my
wife there on Valentines days (bc it was the only place i could find a last minute reservation). The food was very good, my wife says it was one of the best steaks she has had. The wine bar is nice. This place is located in in the airport so its kinda random ambiance. The restaurant part is nice and romantic but it is fairly open and their really isn't anything separating the bar from the restaurant. Food is very good tho, i recommend this place for a date."
Dined on 2/14/2014
Service was just fair. There were
only two of us, and our dinners came out at different times, and one was not cooked correctly."
Dined on 1/13/2014
My parents were visiting for
Thanksgiving, and we ate at the Grand Met the night before they left. It was one of the best meals I have ever had. You could point at the menu blindfolded and have a great meal."
Dined on 12/2/2013
The Grand Met was a really great
experience. The service was excellent and the food was delicious. I went for breakfast to meet my friends who had a layover in Dallas, Tx. It was easy for them to get to the restaurant from Gate C and easy for me coming from Ft. Worth. I would definitely go there again and enjoy a great experience."
Dined on 10/20/2013
The food was very overpriced for
was you received. Most breakfast entrees were $16.00, and included nothing. Example, pancakes, all you received wad the pancakes, no meat, etc., same with the eggs. Breakfast for 3 with tip, $100.00."
Dined on 10/12/2013
The Grand Met was a pleasant
surprise for our group of six who were meeting at the Grand Hyatt DFW Airport. I imagine that the restaurant caters only to guests at the hotel, but the food and service were exceptional for an airport hotel restaurant. Several of us got the sea bass which was fresh and beautifully prepared. The rest of the group enjoyed their meals as well. The view is of the DFW airport runways, but if you are into planes, you'll love it!"
Dined on 10/16/2013
The Grand Hyatt is a wonderful
hotel and I expected the same from the Grand Met. Nothing very grand. Location just off the bar which seems to double as a sports bar with LOTS of football and baseball fans of all stripes. Not that there is anything wrong with that at all but with such a dignified name my husband and I were hoping for a refined setting that would allow us to have a serious business dinner with a contact from the area. Food was not bad but nothing that would make me take notice. Service was ok but on two occasions the wait staff really barged up to the table and immediately interrupted our serious conversation to provide irrelevant information. Overall it was just a mediocre experience."
Dined on 10/14/2013
This is a great find for food when
you're staying at the Hyatt Grand, or if you've a long layover while at DFW."
Dined on 10/1/2013
An interesting dichotomy of a
restaurant. One of the best and friendliest staffs in Dallas; thanks to Courtney, Luis, Mattie, and Chase. Brand new million dollar remodel; the decor is lovely, even if removing two of the previous three TV screens at the bar is a curious decision in sports-crazy Texas. Returned my Corn Soup twice- watery consistency and no taste at all. My wife loved her pasta and shrimp. The snapper entree was tasty, but at $38 for a 7-oz. portion, it should have been spectacular. Cheesecake was average and a bargain here at $9. The restaurant seems to know it has a captive audience at DFW Airport and takes full advantage of that. Valet parking, previously complimentary, now carries a hefty fee."
Dined on 9/3/2013
The design of this restaurant is
interesting. It's pretty, but it still feels airportish. First the food. We both order the shecrab salad. Very good. If you're not a seafood lover, this is not the salad for you. We both thought it was outstanding. For dinner we each had the Seabass. Also, extremely good. One of the better seabass dishes I've had in sometime. The fish was velvety and buttery...amazing. Drinks. This is where the sticker shock came into place. We each had two drinks totaling 3 cosmos, and 1 glass of prosecco. Each drink was $16.50! Our server was decent. Our bill was screwed up as I watched the bill show up three separate and amounts on my credit card statement. Took a week for that to work itself out."
Dined on 5/26/2013
I live in Dallas and fly in and
out of DFW several times a week, and yet the Grand Met has my wife and I coming back to the airport just to eat here. A sophisticated gem hidden in an unlikely place - "plane" sight! It's also a great place for business meetings over a meal, when my client is flying through DFW on their way to somewhere else."
Dined on 5/20/2013
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