The Heritage Table
Great for an Easter Day brunch!
Decent food. Service was slow and inconsistent on Saturday 4/20.
Reserved table was not ready upon arrival. Once seated, the hostess had not provided menus. Had to ask a different waitress as our primary waiter had not introduced yet.
My girlfriend ordered the Cobb salad. The chicken was very suspect. Weirdly shaped dark chicken.
Our kids ordered chicken cheese quesadillas which arrived almost 30 min before the adult entrees. Timing way off.
Will likely not return after poor experience.
Heritage Table is our go to for date night. The food and service are always outstanding.
We had a large group for dinner and it was great. Thanks for the great service and food.
My wife and I were very disappointed with this restaurant. I ordered the barbecued ribs (the Friday special) and my wife ordered the fish tacos. Instead of the ribs falling off the bone, they were tough and dry. My wife's fish tacos were worse. The fish tasted old and very "fishy." We dine out a lot all over the metroplex and this is one of the worst meals (both entrees) that we have ever gotten. On a positive note, if you just want to have a glass of wine and sit on the patio on a nice day, it does have a nice ambiance.
To be fair to the restaurant, we did not complain about the food to the waitress or ask for a manager. If we get a bad meal, we just don't go back to that particular restaurant.
Food and service is consistently excellent - if you haven’t tried it, you should!
Delicious Sunday brunch. The best beignets!
Excellent as usual.
Had a nice time- this was our second time dining with you. I will return & I would recommend this restaurant
Food was delicious...service was sketchy at times...the atmosphere was very noisy making conversation difficult.
We went for brunch, which we have gone there quite a few times. Good food, service was good, friendly...we have always enjoyed it.
You must try the cheese fries. Be prepared to take the leftovers home with you, and don't forget to request extra ranch dressing (if you are so inclined). They warm up great the next morning with breakfast. We had the meatloaf and the chicken and dumplings (the special). The meatloaf was generously portioned and was served with mashed potatoes and fresh green bean. The chicken and dumplings was nicely seasoned with a generous portion of dumplings and chicken. Can't wait to head back for our next dinner!
This was my first time at Heritage Table. We came on a Wednesday night and found out all bottles of wine are half priced! Great deal! Our waitress was helpful with the wine selection and let us try two before deciding. She made some recommendations on the entrees. We both ordered the arugula and beet salad. The homemade burrata was so good! The beets were cooked perfectly and sweet. I added salmon to my salad and it was cooked perfectly. The ambiance is cute - an old building in the older part of Frisco. Similar ambiance to eight 11 down the street. Our only complaint is that we ate inside on a nice weather night and barely saw our waitress after the wine. And it wasn't that busy of a night. We had to flag her down to order our entrees as well as for the bill. I will definitely come back though, the food and ambiance was great!
This is my second visit to Heritage Table and the food is simply outstanding.
Food was delicious. Service was just ok. Unfortunately I choose this restaurant to celebrate my wife’s birthday and send a note about it on my reservation. But nobody paid attention to it. I had to tell the waitress about my wife birthday. She offered to bring a cheesecake (it was delicious). But there was not even a happy birthday comment for my wife. Short story...this place is ok to have dinner. Not to celebrate special occasions. There was no magic this birthday :(
3 gal pals went out for dins. The cocktails were excellent (Friscopolitan, Dark & Smoky, dirty martini). Started with the grit fritters. Did not disappoint. The meatloaf with chipotle glaze was superb, as was the chicken fried steak. Then we nabbed the last 2 fried pies: strawberry apricot. We also ordered the homemade cherry chocolate chip ice cream, but the server came back & told us “all gone.” So that was the only disappointment. Ordered cheesecake instead. You can skip that. Old house ambiance is great.
Cozy setting with good, interesting food options. Nice to be in the quaint surroundings of Old Frisco and not in a store front, noisy restaurant.
Always good. Looking forward to the new additions to the menu coming in April.
Very noisy, hard to talk with friends, but good food and cute place. We will go back, probably without friends to talk to.
Food was very good, service was adequate but out server had been working since 9am and it was now 7pm so she was clearly tired. It was very noisy and hard to hear anyone at our table. The menu options were good and the grit fritters and pot pie were amazing.
It was a perfect night and setting to ask my best of friends to be my bridesmaids! Nicole did an amazing job and the ambiance was perfect along with the amazing food!
Wonderful find! We enjoyed the food and quaint atmosphere and will definitely be back!
The restaurant is a small house converted and offers a friendly atmosphere. There was a large group leaving as we arrived so I believe timing was good. We were sat quickly but waited around 8 minutes to be acknowledged. We ordered the deviled eggs as appetizer and chicken piccata as our entree. The entrees arrived before the appetizer so they comped them. The eggs, I believe are pickled and therefore have a strong vinegar taste. Not my style but my guest loved them. The chicken piccata isn’t traditional in any way but was tasty. I will return soon to try the brunch. Overall a good experience.
Very nice relaxed setting, the food was very good and for the money was Exceptional.
Food was great. It's a little loud inside, but service was fast and friendly!
Very quaint, comfy restaurant with great comfort food. It’s a farm to table type place, and I had an outstanding chicken pot pie. My husband had an excellent chicken fried steak with good gravy. We went on a cold night, so the porch had the plastic siding drop downs and heaters, but I can imagine it would be a great patio place in better weather.
The restaurant is in a converted house. We sat out on the porch. The porch was surrounded by clear plastic and heaters were mounted om the ceiling edge. It was chilly so it was great to be outside. Food was very good with varied offerings and prices. Would go back again.
Very good food and excellent service. Recommend the Sausage Platter appetizer and they have done interesting and tasteful local draft beers.
We were pleased and will return.
We drove over from the Flower Mound area to meet our friends from Van Alstyne area and had a wonderful time . Would highly recommend this place :). Very worth the drive and if you go you have to try the fried pies ...so yummy ! We will definitely be back in the near future . Meet the owner and he was very nice and took the time to visit with us . Grab someone you love and check this place out ❤️
Great casual place. Interesting cocktails with hearty and tasty main fare.
The special (bison) was fantastic. The creme brulee seemed a bit overpriced ($9).
Awesome food and great service. The cheese fries are awesome and a huge portion. Sat out on the patio and got to hear the live music from next door. Definitely going back again!
The food was soooo good and you can tell it’s homemade with love! Cozy little spot in a great area. We will be back!
The meatloaf (had a few bites of my wife’s) and chicken fried steak were amazing. Finished with an espresso creme brûlée. Can’t beat a scratch kitchen in a fun 1917 converted Victorian home in the heart of Frisco.
Great place to eat and chat. I will return and invite other friends.
Great atmosphere, the food was well presented and the service was amazing!
The food is always so good, and our server was the best! Always a top choice for a date night.