Five Palms Steak & Seafood is a fine dining establishment, one of five concept restaurants in the Five Palms complex. Start out with an appetizer such as the baby eggplant makdous or the Five Palms turnover which is a baked puff pastry stuffed with mozzarella, feta, parsley and olive oil. Pamper your taste buds with one of the specialties like the Royal Imperial Russian caviar or the Beluga caviar. Dine on one of the delicious seafood dishes such as the lady Canadian lobster tail, colossal king crab legs, or the gentleman West African salt prawns that are served with chimichurri butter. Five Palms perfectly prepares entrée dishes that include Colorado lamb porterhouse, prime New York steak and Wagyu Tomahawk steak.
Other concepts include a bar, a wine and cigar venue, as well as a Mediterranean and a Parisian restaurant. It also hosts special events throughout the year.
Very disappointed. Looking for a nice place to take my wife for dinner. Loud party dropping f bombs etc. Website noted business casual but people wearing t-shirts and shorts. My wife's steak undercooked as well. Just overall disappointed given the price and their attempt to be upscale but not.
When we arrived they told us they had no reservation for us because they dropped Open Table months ago!!!
Great place for an intimate evening with someone special or a group of friends. I would highly recommend this place to friends!
We went for Valentine's Day expecting to eat steak and seafood. Instead we were served a lousy piece of prime rib and small portions for everything else. Not worth the money. Would not recommend Five Palms to anyone.
This is one of the last two civilized restaurants in Tucson. The food is excellent, the service superb and the ambiance exceptionally pleasing. The prices are reasonable for essentially first class dining.
Excellent service! Welcoming atmosphere. Food was out of this world! Overall memorable experience
Sometimes it is all about the tiny little things that either make a meal and a restaurant notable and worth raving about or be added to the list of "meh - don't need to go back" ... unfortunately this was our experience here. Picture a Saturday night - night before my birthday - and we chose a seemingly notable steak experience only to have "meh" instead of smooth and amazing. Disappointed is an understatement. Food was just ok and service was less than ok. There are other steak places in the area to choose from.
Ordered appetizers, took almost 45 min, maybe that's normal for Fridays. Went upstairs and gad 80's band playing, had a fantastic time, waitresses never let us go dry!!
Excellent food and service!
Very pleased all around. Pricey, but worth it for a special occasion.
We are Pescatarians and did not find anything we wanted from the New Year's Eve menu. We were unaware that there would only be one menu for the evening. We were treated very nicely and the chef did offer a couple suggestions. We will be returning on another evening to sample the menu because the menu did look tempting.
we spent xmas dinner at the five palms..a truely excellent experience...esp the wine rack to choose from.
The restaurant was fine. Open table however took a reservation when the place wasn't even open. Had we not called to be sure, we would have been out of luck!!!!
We found Five Palms while looking for a piano bar. We enjoyed the ambiance and a couple of glasses of wine. It was great so we made reservations for the next night. I requested a table with a view. The hostess called and explained that the view was in another space called Oliva but that reservations were not accepted in that space. She recommended we keep our reservations in the dining room and that we could go to Oliva if a table was available. It was. So we enjoyed the dinner menu and the view. The food and service was excellent so I canceled our reservations at another upscale restaurant and made reservations for Five Palms for Christmas Eve. Before our Christmas Eve dinner, we enjoyed a glass of wine outside near the fireplace. Sadly, Oliva was closed so we couldn't enjoy the view from there but that was a minor inconvenience. The view of the Santa Catalinas from the patio was fabulous. Everything was impeccable in the dining room. The food was outstanding, The service couldn't have been better. In fact, it was like having dinner with very polite friends and family. Five Palms has four different spaces in which to enjoy food and drink. We enjoyed the concept so much we went 3 nights in a row. We've been to many great restaurants in Tucson. Few rival Five Palms.
Although everything was fine, nothing you would send back, this restaurant feels like it is just going through the motions. The food was well prepared but the menu was uninspiring. Pretty empty on a Thursday night too.
We had a great anniversary dinner at 5 Palms! We shared the surf and turf meal and both the filet and lobster were fantastic! We also had their amazing french onion soup. Best I've had in a long time! The service was a little bit slow but nothing major. We highly recommend this place!
The service was really top notch and the food too but I was wowed by the presentation of the food.
We had a great time, although the rack of lamb I ordered was about half fat that I had to trim off to get to the meat, taste was great but kinda felt ripped off for a $49 plate
I had the prime rib. It was huge and perfectly done med rare just as i like it
our service was very bad, becouse didn't write the order he ordered the wrong wrong entree and to correct the mistake, took and extra30 mins...Even though the food was exelent ...
From the minute we arrived we were made to feel special. Great service, excellent food. Ambiance was very nice. Wait staff was very attentive without being over the top.
I have only eaten here once. I was disappointed. On a Saturday night, the prime rib "wasn't ready yet". The dessert we ordered was flourless chocolate torte. What we got was chocolate sponge cake. The bananas foster, cherries jubilee and the crepe Suzette were unavailable. There was no wine list, but there was a pick your own wine room. We sat on the patio and every member of our party got mosquito bites.
No reason to go back.
The staff could not have been lovelier of more professional Beautiful spot with fantastic
view for watching a gorgeous sunset! Great drinks and food. A very lovely evening for my daughter and me!
Website menu and actual menu totally different. Service terrible. Food had to be sent back to kitchen and returned still inedible. No manager or even hostess to complain to. STAY AWAY!!
The service was spotty at the beginning. It took a while for the waiter to come to the table. We weren't informed of the specials before ordering (we did hear other waiters, as well as ours, let other tables know about the speacials after we ordered ). The service did get better as the meal went on.
The food was very good. The fresh baked bread was a great touch. My wife had the Sea Bass which was excellent. I had the Cioppino which was also very good. I would definitely order it again. The Creme Brule was perfect and my wife raved about the coffee.
Overall it was a great experience with a few "typical Tucson" issue.
This was the second time we have eaten at this restaurant. Both times the food and service were excellent. Staff was present but unobtrusive and the food was nicely presented. Decor is very nice. Although happy hour was busy and nearby the dining area was pleasantly quiet. We like the feature of being able to select a wine and take it to the table. Definitely a go to place.
The concept was intriguing. We liked the choice of fine fare and Mediterranean casual dinning. However, the fine dining experience missed the mark for us.
The staff, although nice, was too casual, nor was their anything special about the service.
The atmosphere lacked attention to detail. The window view we had, looked partially out toward the Catalina Mountains, onto an unattractive patio with a view of a motorcycle and unused dining items. While walking up to the patio, there was a large Bed Bath and Beyond box propped against the walkway which made it appear as though the restaurant was still getting set up. The decor seemed to be confusing. On one hand we saw a renaissance vibe, traditional formal and then a touch of Tuscany which made things a bit disjointed.
I liked the food choices. I had the rack of lamb and my wife had the Chilean sea bass. Her's was excellent. The Lamb was well proportioned but, under cooked and lacked seasoning. The desserts and drinks were great.
We liked the patio setting upstairs and the live music in both places. These are the two things that will draw us back, however, it will be for appetizers and desserts and not for special occasions as we had hoped.
I usually do not like writing reviews. I wrote this with the hopes that it is helpful. We need establishments like yours. The things that I mentioned are easy fixes.
Thank you for asking for our opinion,
Don & Denise Sullivan
Ambiance and food were terrific although predictable. Service was spot on although the server somewhat downplayed the quality of the Summer Special that drew us into the restaurant. I had it anyway and loved it. He also seemed to be up selling every chance he could. All that aside it was a wonderful meal and a delightful experience.
Once again Chef Carlos send out the best Pizza in town. It's always perfect! Thank you.
Keith our waiter and the rest of the staff were outstanding! Exceptional service, great wine with incredible food! Brings back the days of fine dining in a relaxed environment. Does anyone recall the fine dining in Tucson in the late 80's? Does Katherine and Company ring a bell? The attention to detail, service and fine food brought me right back to the day when the staff truly cared about your fine dining experience!