First time there and was impressed with ambience, tasty food, and especially the price. Coming back!
We were there for a special occasion. Service was attentive yet not rushed. Food was good with reasonable options for the vegetarians of the group. Chocolate Nirvana - one of the reasons we went to this restaurant (yup - we are a bunch of chocoholics!) didn't disappoint :-)
I chose Strata based on online recommendations and was not disappointed. The noise level was low which worked out well for this business lunch. The food was liked by all in my group. The wait staff was friendly, informative and well timed as to not disrupt the business discussion that was ongoing. I will definitely bring my wife for an evening dinner.
We arrived at 1p for Mothers Day Brunch, and most of the food was gone.....rubbery bacon, dried out eggs, hardly any dessert choices. Had to flag down people for refills - needless to say for $35 per person, this place has been removed from our list of places to enjoy Holiday Brunch at. To add to this joy, a family with a screaming toddler made the last hour of this experience even worse. Won't be back.
My wife and I enjoyed another great meal. We both ordered the Shrim/Grits. The waiter warned us that the recipe had changed a tad, but it was still delicious. SO glad we stuck with our original order.
We were here for a B-Day and had a wonderful meal. From the Pasta, Steaks to the Lobster it was awesome! Highly recommend.
We went to Strata for a casual Sunday brunch after church. From the pleasant patio to the delicious entrees, the outing was very enjoyable. Three of us ordered 3 different items off the executive lunch and everyone raved about the food taste and variety. One friend ordered an egg dish which was just perfect. The starter salads were tasty and very pretty. The service was great and a special request of lemon slices and butter was quickly and graciously accommodated.
Consistently amazing food, service is excellent.
Great service, the only positive attribute of my dining experience. I started with an Old Fashioned cocktail which tasted something left over from a rager. The Bulliet Rye was so dilute, my Girlfriend whose an intolerant of scotch or whiskey based drinks was thinking "wtf". Was there bitters? I don't know? But the flourish of mashed maraschino and orange rind residing at the bottom of the glass was a constant reminder of my poor choice of drink. The wine list looked adequate. But my initial choice of cocktail made wine an afterthought . The Buttered Poached Pear Salad consisted of wilted lettuce and canned pear. The Spinach and Mushroom Ravioli equally disappointed with Ingredients lacking freshness. My Girlfriend commented the pasta tasted like overcooked Wal-Mart branded ravioli. I won't comment on my dining companion's meal, but she was equally disappointed with her choices. Overall, I spent $100 for the meal including tip, but Black Walnut, El Tiempo, Brix, Peli Peli which are all close by would have given you better quality at a more reasonable price.
Waitstaff was knowledgeable about the menu and the one list. An excellent evening