The Easter brunch was wonderful. I very much appreciate that it was not a buffet, but order from the menu. The food was excellent, the service was very good, and there was a delicious complimentary Mimosa.
Server was very friendly. Introduced herself. Ordered scallops for an appetizer as my date had never tried them. She was impressed and commented that she had a new favorite. I thought they were good as well. It could have used a bit more sear and seasoning. She ordered chic parm which was a bit over done but she said it was ok. I ordered the park chop with mushroom quinoa. After a bit she returned to in inform me that they weren't serving that dish. So I choose the sirloin with alfredo penne. The broccoli was perfect. However the penne was over cooked and the steak was over cooked. I ordered rare. It was a bit off as well. I told the server about the steak and she offered to replace it. She did very quickly and it was cooked perfectly and seasoned well. Over all it was a good experience. It was a first date and we were allowed to take our time and chat without being overly served. You know constant checking on. We will return to try more of the menu and and the quiet laid back environment.
Generally the meal was fine and I love the restaurant. I have always had great service and the Bar is great. This last trip featured a filet special that cost $42.00. The filet was supposed to be eight ounces and likely was. The only disappointment was the significant thread of silverskin and gristle running through my steak. I probably lost 2 ounces of that steak spitting it out. It was a bit of a disappointment but not so bad that I would not return. It would be a good idea when charging five star prices for your food, that it at least be trimmed of silverskin and gristle before selling it. JPW
We would just like to say thank you for making our 41st anniversary a special one. Everything about our time there was great.
The food was very good. Service pace was a bit off -- brought salads hard on the heels of the appetizer, then long gap until main. Would have been nice to have had more time with at beginning. Bread was a composite roll of some sort, an option for simple baguette would have been nice. That said, will return -- it is definitely one of the best places in this part of Wyoming.
Always an enjoyable experience. I love to bring out of town guests to eat at Firenze to show off what Worland has to offer.
The food was great, but far too much for one sitting.
we eat there often, but on that particular night we both agreed our best meal
we have ever had there
Our favorite restaurant in Worland is Firenze. We adore the staff (even Lance), for they are like family. We dine here often. It's very simple why: Their food quality is incredibly consistent, and there's nothing on the menu that isn't five star delicious. If you're in a hurry, don't be. Enjoy the relaxed ambiance, music and spend time conversing with your dining companions. Firenze was my Mother's favorite restaurant; she would dine no where else...I blame the insanely delicious chocolate torte--she was hooked. Firenze Italian Steakhouse is, by far, the premier dining establishment in the Big Horn Basin.
This is the second night in a row we have eaten here...first night was for pleasure with friends...second night was a casual business meeting with dinner. We continue to recommend Firenze because they excel at what they do!