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About Mitch's on El Paseo Prime Seafood
Sushi, Specialty Sake Selections, Prime Steaks and Seafood. Serving Lunch and Dinner. Bar Menu all night long! Climatized patio, Located at the corner of Portola & El Paseo in Palm Desert. Come join us for great food and a fabulous time!
Palm Desert, CA 92260
Californian, Sushi, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Sunday: 11:30am - 2:30pm
Dinner: 5:00pm - 9:30pm
Happy Hour Daily - Seasonal hours - subject to change
$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Located in back of Plaza Roberge on Portola.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Mitch's on El Paseo Prime Seafood Ratings and Reviews
We can't say enough about our dinner at Mitch's on El Paseo. The food was delicious the atmosphere very lovely. Notable extraordinary customer service. From the person on the phone to the waiter to the busboys everyone was so kind and attentive. They had live music that was nice to listen to and in the background. It did not override table conversation. A fabulous experience.
Celebrating a special occasion with friends (party of 6). Service was good, but rather slow (which could have been because they were very busy and it is the holiday season). The climate-controlled patio was very comfortable but the ambiance and noise level was not so great. However! the food was outstanding. We ordered the baked oysters (starter) and they were delicious. I ordered the scallops and rock shrimp risotto - excellent. My husband ordered the lobster tail over fried rice - excellent. Friends ordered Chilean Sea Bass - excellent; pork chop - excellent; and lastly, a New York Strip Steak, which was a specialty item that night - also excellent. Overall, I would highly recommend this restaurant.
Lived in the Valley for 10 years and somehow missed Mitch the restaurant. We were surprised on how good and how well prepared the food was. The portions were just enough and likewise the price. Mitch's goes on our kinda regular rotation list.
Didn't even discuss the sushi restaurant within a restaurant. That's next for us.
A gem if there ever was one.
One of our favorite valley restaurants. Because of its very diverse and well done menu. Something for everyone. Appetizers are my favorite and often have several apps as my entire dinner. We took some out of town friends this visit and they enjoyed it greatly.
We have dined at Mitch's about 10-12 times during the past year and unfortunately this was the least enjoyable visit. We had a group of 4 and were seated at a covered table right next to the kitchen with all its smells, noise and traffic. Our service was rather inconsistent and for some reason the food just wasn't on the same level as our prior visits even for the same servings (i.e., shrimp and scallops, sea bass). Overall, I would say the experience was tainted by the mixed smells emanating from the kitchen. Nonetheless, we'll still visit Mitch's but will be far more aggressive about where we sit. One of my concerns is whether their choice of table for us was due to our having made our reservation through Open Table vs. our calling direct to the restaurant on other occasions.
We were there six months ago and very impressed. Food was not the same quality (in some cases slightly overcooked or dry - short ribs). Perhaps just an off night.
We had requested a table on the lawn two weeks ago and were seated looking at the door to the kitchen. Asked to be moved and they did so. Service was very good.
Disappointed with quality of lobster. Very dry. Sushi was good as was salmon. Overpriced for what you get. A few of our chairs were partially on patio and partially in the rocks towards the grass - very wobbly and uncomfortable. Waitress was nice but nothing special.
First time visit and enjoyed a great dinner. Actually, we ordered five appetizers to share: gazpacho w/shrimp, shrimp tempura, shrimp & lobster martini, spicy bbq shrimp and a dozen Kumamoto oysters on the half shell. All were outstanding and they gave us a great sampling of what Mitch’s has to offer. Our waiter/sommelier helped us pair them with a great bottle of Pinot Noir. We ate outside under the back canopy and the propane heaters helped take the edge off of the light chill in the air. All in all a wonderful evening, and we look forward to the opportunity to go back.
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