Small Plates is a favourite of mine. Thanks to Brandon and the team for looking after me. See you on my next visit
Extremely slow! Food was good but took way too long for small plates dining. Many dirty tables around us also
Had a group of 5 ordered 10-12 plates for group everything was very good. Fish tacos were awesome. Only negative it was very warm in there maybe something was wrong with ac.
The restaurant was busy, not enough wait staff. Orders were forgotten, It took us asking 3 people for water and plates to finally receive them, when the water did come, the waiter just filled our empty pop glasses. The food was poor. The fried tomatoes were bland, the poke bowl was rice with some tuna and about 3 ounces of soya sauce, and The mac and cheese was taste less . We remember it being a much better restaurant. The waiter tried to make up for, all the problems,but he fell short.
Food and service was wonderful. The White pizza has become my all time favorite. So many items to choice from. One of my favorites in the city. Can't wait to go back
We made reservations after looking on line for gluten free options. We were very disappointed that the waitress wasn't very knowledgeable about what was gluten free and didn't seem to take it very seriously. Probably won't go back. The meals we got were good and the overall selection was nice.
I wanted to celebrate my sisters birthday. I told them it was her birthday and even called in advanced. We didn't get to the desert. It took an hour to get our food. We asked for well done lamb chops and the they served them rare. I was disappointed with the chicken and waffles. The chicken was bland and the waffles were bricks. The only thing that made our night were the sweet potato fries. They were good.
Small Plates is apparently one of Detroits old favourites - but we had not heard of it. But it is worth popping in for some amazing small plates! Great beer and wine too.
Small plates never disappoints. Staff are always friendly and attentive and food and drinks come out timely and tasting delicious.
When you stop and think about it, Small Plates has been downtown for a long time, back when that area was not as comfortable to hang around. The fact that it still thrives says quite a bit. Half the fun is negotiating which of the many choices the table will end up with. Even with two of us, there was discussion narrowing the many choices down to the five we ended up with. Our favorite was the duck lettuce wraps, but the chicken and waffles, ribs, and tuna poke were all quite good. I was a bit disappointed with the lamb chops, which is supposed to be a staple per my understanding. Overall a very good experience.