We really enjoyed our experience here. The food was very inventive and delicious and the decor is very cute. I especially liked the menu design. The restaurant is small and intimate. We loved the crab toast appetizer. My husband ordered the quail and I had the cod. I did enjoy the cod, but have probably had more flavorful fish. My husband really enjoyed the quail. The service was a little slow, but overall attentive. I'd definitely recommend this restaurant for a creative, intimate experience.
Fantastic dining experience. Innovative menu, fresh and perfectly prepared food, and great service. Very good value for the quality.
I have dined at Table three times. Always impressed with the unique menu offerings and the fresh ingredients. I would recommend the Vegetable Plate for a shared appetizer to share (it is a main), it's always a favorite and is easy to share.
Went to Table for an anniversary dinner with my girlfriend. Great service and great food, one of my favorite spots in the area. They helped make it a great night. Love how fresh every ingredient is, and the dishes all hit the right notes.
Third time to Table. A bit of a mixed bag. Always good and once Great. Service and ambiance are always great. The duck breast with a boring succotash and odd sauce didn't go over well.
This 447920724616as once a favorite restaurant of mine.
Recently, the service has deteriorated to a point where I will never return.
Wonderful farm to table menu and pleasant service.
The dining experience was excellent. Very attentive service, delicious food, and a nice, bustling atmosphere in the restaurant.
I've been coming to Table regularly since it opened and it used to be an excellent restaurant but it has gone downhill somehow. Last two meals there were a real disappointment, from the food to the service.
This was our second visit to Table. While the food did not disappoint, we were a little surprised at the apparent lack of good kitchen protocol by the line cooks. Part of the term of this restaurant is that the cooking is mostly done on the first floor in the dining room area. We were seated at a high table directly in front of the food preparation area on the first floor so had a Birdseye view. It was both interesting and entertaining, but also a little disconcerting. The line cook who prepared much of the food we watched, alternated between plating entrées and making desserts, with only the occasional swipe of his hands on his apron. Twice he opened a plastic container of some ingredient, and took a bite out of it while he was preparing meals. That image stuck with us for a while after we left that evening. Service is good, but not great. Our waitress didn't stop in to ask about refills or check in. It took a long time after entrée was served to get another visit about dessert options. A restaurant with a lot of promise, but one that needs to pay more attention to food preparation and service details.