Nice atmosphere any time of day. My family arrivwd first for brunch and was seated next to the station servers used and I had to ask that a bucket of water be moved from by my feet. Dood was decent but not all of it was warm.
We wanted a light dinner before the symphony. We ordered three items off the Spanish Tapas menu. The Albndigas were not hot and very dense with no taste. The other two items the Chorizo meat ball dish, I forget the name was hard as a brick, when I
tried to cut into it with a fork it went flying off the table. The other tapas dish something on toast was not memorable either. Overall, for Spanish dishes all were poorly prepared and totally lacking in spices or taste for that matter. I was reminded of something a waiter once said to me about good Mexican food in San Antonio. " If we made good Mexican Food the tourist wouldn't eat it". I realize the Omni main menu would have probably been better and this was a specialty menu that in my opinion was poorly executed. We'll stick to the main menu for our next symphony or theater visit.
Our experience was very nice. Service was very good. Food was tasty. Prices were in line with most restaurants of this type. Totally enjoyed ourselves
Excellent food, convenient location, lovely bar, great service
We were very disappointed with the menu. We were expecting a buffet which they had last year. Instead we were given a very limited menu. It took us over 2 hours for dinner. Not happy.
Appetizers were completely forgotten about and entree came first.
The crab and corn bisque had completely zero crab meat in it. Don’t order. Terrible in taste.
Crab cake was good when it finally arrived.
Biscuit thats given with butter was completely rock hard. Could not eat. Had to bring more.
The shrimp and grits had sausage to reduce the amount of shrimp given. If your charging $24 dollars give at least 8-10 shrimps. Not five.
Service and ambiance was good but I guess there were too many customers and not enough staff (cooks).
Menu needs to be revamped and broadened. Period!!
Christ Day Brunch. The food was exceptional and the variety on the buffet was certainty varied and well presented.
All of the staff was very welcoming and courteous.
This will be one my go to places in the future.
Christmas brunch was incredible! Having never been there we weren’t sure what to expect but they hit it out of the park. So much amazing food. We are going back to see what a Sunday brunch is like. I am sure it will be great.
We usually go to Indochine before the show but decided to try Juliette's for a change. We sat in the outside section of the restaurant (the lobby?). The ambiance was terrible...poor lighting and cold. The food is WAY overpriced for the quality. I had simply grilled mahi mahi which was too salty. One of our guests asked to have his mahi blackened only a few minutes after the order had been placed. He agreed to have it changed but he must have forgotten and by the time it came we were not able to wait for them to blacken it. I will never go back. It was OKAY but not worth what they charge.
The food was delicious