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We had an amazing dinner! Service and food were excellent. We had the grouper and the duck...plus the cheese and charcuterie plate and a delicious strawberry cheesecake dessert. Incredible!
We have eaten at Table 16 a few times, but not in a long time. Our waiter could not pronounce items on the menu; said the awesome table at front window is not a good place to sit due to the floor being warped; the special tasting only had 4 courses (menu said 5), with no explanation or price decrease; certain dishes on a limited menu not available; $9 salad could have come from a bag; steak was rare (ordered medium); blackened grouper had a bit of blackening seasoning and black pepper but not seared. We would have complained if we had seen someone we thought would have sought to make it right. We will never go back to Table 16.
Came here on a date with my girlfriend and the food was very good. I would say it leans a little towards the expensive side but the food was good quality. Also the wine selection is very good.
The service on Valentine’s Day was off, even forgetting the secondary courses.
I have had better experiences at Table 16. The food was just ok and extremely over priced. My $12.75 glass of wine had sediment in the bottom of the glass. Waitress was new and not attentive. It will be a long time before we go back to Table 16.
Great Food! Alex is an awesome server. My meal came out closer to cold than hot but the kitchen quickly recovered, made me a new dish and even threw on a bonus scallop for my trouble! Overall fantastic experience and highly recommended. Great place to bring a date and enjoy the romantic atmosphere. Nice quiet ambiance to enjoy the company of that special someone!
The food was amazing! My order was a bit complicated due to dietary restrictions but the servers and chef made sure it was perfect. I’ll definitely be back!
Food was very good but portions small for the price. Entrée portion of scallop dish was only 3 scallops and it was very expensive.
Grouper was really good! Nice romantic place.
We've been coming to Table 16 for about 7 years now - once or twice each year. We've been generally pleased. The new chef is OUTSTANDING! With the help of a terrific waiter, we made some selections that we loved. My husband loved the Blackened Shrimp appetizer and the Blackened Grouper (yea...I know). I gave A+ grades to the fois gras and pineapple appetizer (a new, interesting combination that completely worked!) and the butternut squash ravioli entree. We had the key lime dessert, which I'd give a B+. Everything else, an A. (We always grade our fine dining foods.) We will go back again soon!
Decent food. The dessert was better than the main courses.
Wine by the glass was warm, in an inadequate temperature. On the contrary, the room was cold, not cozy at all.
Nonetheless, the service was attentive and nice.
Food was impeccable and Katrina really added to our experience. Her knowledge of the food and drink menu was impressive. We’ll definitely return.
menu is very limited for lunch, we made reservations but didn't stay
Table 16 always delights and Christmas Eve was no exception! From the welcome upon arriving to the service, cocktails and wine selection, appetizer to main entrees and dessert, the experience was awesome, the food wonderful! Will continue to enjoy Table 16 in the upcoming year.....
Going in I was concerned because the menu was so short ~ we were expecting some specials that were not on the menu ~ like flounder. We chose this restaurant because it came up on an Open Table search under seafood ~ so we expected something besides the normal that every restaurant carries : Salmon, scallops, Tuna, tilapia and crab cakes. Food was great though ~ but I will keep searching for a place that features flounder.
The food was average...very disappointing.
Overpriced, small servings, excessive salt. Three standard sized scallops for over $30 on a bed of overly salted Quinoi. The scallops were gamey, not sweet; browned, not seared. When I shared my disappointment, the waitress asked if I wanted something else. The prime rib was overly salty as well. A manager was no where in sight and never made an appearance. This was an awful dining experience. I won't be going back.
Wow, we used to LOVE Table 16, but they have changed. Limited menu of average food. We felt bad for our server who did the best she could
We have previously eaten at Table 16 and in the beginning really enjoyed our dinners there, often trying the tasting menu. But in the beginning to middle of this year the food and service had fallen off and we took a break. We decided to give Table 16 another try for brunch and to celebrate a birthday. The food was wonderful and was just as we had remembered when we first started eating here. The service was good, however I felt my drink could have been refilled more (really not that big of a deal though). I will definitely go back for dinner and give the tasting menu another try.
Table 16 , Osteriaand Mark's are my two favorite restaurants. I did not like how 16 takes reservations. I went to web page Saturday afternoon around 4 pm. Clicked reservations and requested 11 am Sunday. Reservations did not advise that 16 does not open for lunch on Sunday until 12 noon. "We have two spots open, 12:0 and 12:30". Implication that 16 was otherwise booked. I chose 12 noon. I thought everything except specialty cocktails was a bit below prior dining experiences: Wait staff hesitant and shy, did not give attention to clearing plates. Did not remove menus after we ordered. Food was ample; cooked to order. "Go Low/Git low" cocktail was superb! I mentioned reservations to the manager, "Yes, that is the way we do it". "You are less than half full. If I had tried to reserve two hours later I might not have had a choice for a time and would have gone elsewhere".
16 remains one of my three favorites.
This was our second visit to Table 16 and it was very good...again ! I would only make one comment and it may seem odd but a restaurant like this (I would consider upscale) you would think that that a broken front door (the door closer was basically hanging and not allowing the door to shut properly) would have been fixed before they opened. Again not a big deal but just something I thought to be odd.
So cute, outstanding main menu, delicious apps and desserts! Will definitely return!
We went to Table 16 with two other couples and all six of us really enjoyed our meal. The service was prompt, as we were time-constrained due to concert tickets. I had the duck breast--it was cooked to perfection. My husband loved his tuna, cooked rare, just as he loves it. Three of our party had filets, all prepared as expected and the last meal was the scallops, which looked fabulous. Our wine was quite nice as well. We would recommend Table 16.
Food, service and atmosphere were amazing. We be sure to visit again and share this gem with friends.’
Table 16 is a gem, a valued treasure that would do even a major metropolitan area with multiple 5-star options proud. We loved the French Chardonnay, and the cuisine is set apart -- fantastic. Bon appetite!
If you are looking for quiet & romantic spot in downtown Greensboro to enjoy a fabulous meal, please visit Table 16. We've been dining there for years but we especially enjoyed the food on our most recent visit. The Duck Breast with Corn - Tomato Bread Pudding was simply delicious. The Scottish Salmon was cooked to perfection. Check out Table 16. You won't be disappointed.
My wife & I always enjoy our visits to Table 16. We also go for the 5 Course Chef Selection (Menu Degustation), and have yet to be disappointed!
We loved our experience here. We were early so there weren't many other tables, but the staff did an excellent job with this challenge. The meal was executed excellently from appetizers through dessert. The wine list and recommendations for meal choices were great. We loved it.
Went on a Labor Day Monday eve, so had place mostly to ourselves. Tasting menu a terrific value ($65 for five courses). Each dish simple & well spiced; no surfeit of salt or butter.
We came because of its high recommendations on open table.
My salmon was fishy tasting. I ordered it medium well ~ so I think they gave me the older salmon they had.
'Loved the atmosphere though.
'Will not return.
Chef behind glass looked very unhappy. It was early and he looked like he'd rather be anywhere than there. Bartender made a great drink. Server seemed young and inexperienced. Food was fine nothing mind blowing.
The menu options are elegant and creative, and the food is always beautifully prepared, fresh, and delicious. My husband loves to get the chef's five-course selection, which is a perfect option if you can't decide what to get, as you will get a taste of many of the items on the menu. The location is very cool as well, providing great people watching opportunities on the corner of Elm and Lewis, downtown Greensboro (a very "happening" sort of spot these days).
The food was great... Small portions tho i needed another meal after. I feel as tho you pay for the viewing of the food. The place is small and can be updated.
Great food & great service in a quiet and refined environment.
Very attentive waiter, but not overbearing. We went for an anniversary dinner. The food was amazing; they gave us a special anniversary dessert that was fabulous! The portions were perfect! We left pleasantly full.:)
The food was delicious. There could have been a little larger serving size of the steak and scallop for the price but otherwise amazing dinner.
I had really high hopes for this restaurant despite the recent slew of average reviews on YELP. The entree prices are ridiculously high given the ingredients, taste and lack in complexity of flavors in our chosen dishes. Where to begin. First the service, The waitress, hostess, bartender, bus-person, food-runner was all the same poor unfortunate girl. This was a Tuesday night before a Roger Waters show at Greensboro coliseum not five miles away. To pay these prices and have the service I would expect at Waffle House is absurd. However, it speaks to the reason why the restaurant only had six tables seated during peak dining hours. Service was slow and inattentive but I blame leadership not the waitress. We ordered two rounds of drinks, my first Sazerac was served with an orange peel (Supposed to be lemon) and no Absinthe. Making it a shot of Bourbon with a little sugar. My second Sazerac was served without any peel. Making it regrettable. The $10 spinach salad was served on a plate not much bigger than a bread plate. The strawberries were cut at least a day prior, maybe longer and the best part of it were the candied pecans they likely bought at whole foods. It was a complete rip-off. The charcuterie board was the best part of the meal and priced properly. Although the waitress could not help the service and being put in a position to play bartender (Which she clearly was not qualified to do) She does own some responsibility in her recommendation. We asked her to choose between the scallops and crab cake. She said the scallops were more popular but she preferred the crab cake. I asked "Where are you from?" She answered "Maryland." Being from Maryland myself I assumed she knew a crab cake so we chose the crab cake. Although there was no filler, it was made with back fin not lump. This is also offensive given the price of $32. We also ordered the Petite Tenderloin (medium) This dish is named literally. Petite isn't the word for it. It was served mid-rare with no flavor
We had a wonderful quite lunch with great food and great service
Table 16 does everything right required for a meal. Cocktails are spot on. Wine and beer are wonderful. The menu is moderate in size but very well thought out. Every dish is well plated. The pairing of each entree have always been delicious. Service is precise and appropriate.
For my wife and I Table 16 is our favorite spot in Greensboro.
The chef has potential, but more creativity in choices are needed on the menu.
The curried lamb appetizer made into a spring roll was tasty, but fried at too high temp.
The garlic in the primavera was burned causing a bitter taste. Pasta was overcooked and salmon undercooked. The basil pesto was perfect as was the sponge cake dessert.
More emphasis on fresh organic meats and produce should be mentioned on the menu.