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About The French Room

Inspired by its original design and the grand tradition of timeless European architecture — The French Room has been thoughtfully restored.

An evening at The French Room has historically been a coveted experience. The recipient of numerous awards and critical acclaim received throughout its storied past, the restaurant has hosted countless special dinners and milestone moments. Led by chef Michael Ehlert, The French Room’s menu draws on French culinary traditions and methodology with a fresh sensibility, including thoughtful table-side flourishes and a comprehensive wine program.

The experience is warm, classic and memorable. Engaging and knowledgeable service is punctuated by moments of unexpected delight creating a new perspective on fine dining with style and grace.

The Adolphus Hotel
1321 Commerce St.
Dallas, TX 75202
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Dining Style:
Fine Dining

Cuisines:
Contemporary French / American

Hours of Operation:
Dinner
Tue–Sat 5:00 pm–10:00 pm

Cross Street:
Akard

Dress Code:
Jacket Preferred

Price Range:
$50 and over

Payment Options
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa

Phone Number:
(214) 651-3615

Website:
http://www.adolphus.com/the-french-room/

Parking Details:
Valet parking available.

Public Transit:
DART and DART Light Rail (Akard Street Station)

Executive Chef:
Michael Ehlert

Additional:
Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Fireplace, Full Bar, High Tea, Non-Smoking, Wheelchair Access, Wine

The French Room Ratings and Reviews

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food

4.0

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4.3

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4.3

value

3.6

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71% would recommend it to a friend

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 (Dallas)·Dined 5 days ago

The newly renovated French Room is beautifully and tastefully designed with a mix of old world charm and modern flair. The menu is also new. There is no longer an a la cart menu, there are two prix fixe menus. The 7 course menu did not appeal because most of the courses were meat. The 3 course had more options with a choice of cheese or dessert at th end. The food was good and very French, and the portions were very small. We prefer the old menu and missed the crab cakes. We like to have options. The waitstaff was young and excellent. The sommelier was friendly and knowledgeable. The wine was actually the best part of the meal. One thing hadn’t changed, it is still very expensive!

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 (New England)·Dined 5 days ago

Such a disappointment after the major renovation. The food was average service fair. I will not come back. Young inexperienced wait staff. Chef and restaurant are trying to be fancy and charge fancy prices but they don't have the goods to back it up.

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 (Dallas)·Dined on December 9, 2017

Jason and Manny provided excellent service. Food was delicious.

Tags: Creative Cuisine
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 (Dallas)·Dined on December 7, 2017

Birthday tradition has lost its flare with the “new French Room”. The room is still beautiful. The menu was ok. The wait staff is young. Random new age music was confusing to the senses. The uniforms are casual, wash & wear. No soufflés. No sorbet. No buttoned up but warm wait staff. Appealing to the masses is not special. The FR should be narrow and deep. Wide and shallow is typical at best. Going to wait for the “old is new” to surface before going back.

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 (Dallas)·Dined on December 6, 2017

Adolphus kept the decorations of the French Room -- did not remodel it into a modern design.
Waiter and wine steward were very knowledgeable about wine and the food.

Tags: Good for Anniversaries, Worth the Drive
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·Dined on December 3, 2017

Disappointed in team and flexibility. Had much better experience before

Tags: Authentic
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·Dined on December 3, 2017

New chef, new menu, and new décor in French Room. Nice try at décor, but now missing a bit of the ambiance that Baroque décor lent to the dining experience - now brighter and less romantic. Tasting menu at $125 a bit overpriced for food not as good as before; $85 for pre fixe. Service very attentive, just a bit too attentive.

Tags: Good for Anniversaries
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 (Dallas)·Dined on December 3, 2017

Lovely ambience (although I for one am sad that the frescoes are gone). Attentive service,delicious meal but the sound is really loud - definitely needs to be addressed!

Tags: Romantic, Bar Seating, Good for Anniversaries
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 (Denver)·Dined on December 2, 2017

Anonther memorable and exceptional dining experience!

Tags: Romantic
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·Dined on December 2, 2017

Service was very good. Jared and Logan were our servers and they were excellent.

Tags: Romantic, Good for a Date
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 (Dallas)·Dined on November 29, 2017

Anniversary

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·Dined on November 26, 2017

Wonder service and overall a great dining experience. As it was an anniversary dinner occasion, we were served complimentary champagne to start. Highly recommend especially for special occasions.

Tags: Quiet Conversation, Special Occasion
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 (Dallas)·Dined on November 22, 2017

This is a hard review to write because it's about an old friend who is no more. The French Room was for decades a mainstay (and one of the last) for fine dining in Dallas. The wait staff had been there for years and was old-school professional but friendly. The room was ornate and grand. And the food, while pricey, was some of the best in town. This was our first visit to the French Room since the year plus renovation. The hotel tried to "update" the room, food, staff etc., and try to make it into a trendy Per Se wannabe, but alas they failed. Room is now white and sterile and no different than your average W or Aloft hotel. They now play the same terrible, loud music you have to hear in the W Hotel lobby; so goodbye to Mozart and Beethoven who used to provide the playlist at the old French Room. Waitstaff is young and friendly enough, but did not know the history of the place. One thought the marble floors were new (they were not; the floor is the only remnant of the grand old room left mostly unchanged). In old French Room waitstaff dressed in black tie or classic white; here the uniform looks like ubiquitous front desk suit of the W Hotel. Menu is VERY limited and NOT at all good, especially since dinner for 2 with wine will run you over $400. We had a hard time deciding what to have, even with limited choices. The fish entree was WAY too salty; fish didn't taste fresh. Filet was small and overcooked. The famous French Room souffles have been banished from the menu and replaced with nondescript deserts. Only thing improved is the wine list, which while highly priced per bottle offers some very interesting French wines by the glass. All in all, the "new" French Room is a HUGE disappointment. A few years ago the Mansion on Turtle Creek "modernized" its famous restaurant and ruined it. Now the French Room has been similarly ruined. Very sad for Dallas to lose this dear old friend.

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·Dined on November 18, 2017

Food was good, except my wife ordered the steak; came in too rare; sent it back to be cooked a little more; came back way overcooked.
The extra touches (amuse, etc) were all excellent.
The Perrier Jouet champagne was just OK. Should have ordered the cheaper Tattinger.
The atmosphere of the room is superb; the approach and departure through the lobby bar and drinking area is not consistent with the room's ambiance.

Tags: Good for a Date, Quiet Conversation
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 (Seattle)·Dined on November 17, 2017

The french room is an experience. It is very expensive, but if you have a special occasion they really make you feel special. It will be a while before I go back, I have nothing bad to say.

Tags: Good for Anniversaries
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 (Berlin)·Dined on November 17, 2017

We went to the French Room for our anniversary and were disappointed. While the food was good, the menu was very limited and hard to read (as others have mentioned). Our table was right by the kitchen and we were in direct line of sight and only about 2 feet one of the nook tables, so neither us nor they had a private dinner. The service was cloying and inexperienced. And when we got the bill they charged us for a full bottle of wine when we only had the 1/2 bottle. Someone whom we hadn't seen (not our waiter, helper, hostess) came up and said "my, you have a sharp eye."

What's too bad is that the lobby bar at the Anatole was packed and vibrant while the French Room was dead from an energy standpoint. We wished we were out there.

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 (Dallas)·Dined on November 16, 2017

Service was superb. Food was extremely good — thanks to our waiter for the excellent recommendations. The French Room is a very special restaurant to celebrate special occasions.

Tags: Special Occasion, Good for Birthdays, Romantic, Business Meals
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 (Dallas)·Dined on November 16, 2017

Meal was good got memorable which it should be for the cost.

Tags: Good for Anniversaries, Creative Cuisine, Romantic, Special Occasion
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·Dined on November 16, 2017

The newly remodeled FR is very sterile. The wait staff was satisfactory but not as warm and friendly. There is much to be done to make it better. While a limited menu is acceptable, their offering was poor and not worth the price.

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·Dined on November 11, 2017

Had a lovely evening at the French Room celebrating a friend’s birthday. The service was excellent and the food very good. Our waiter Jarred was wonderful. We had the prefix menu and I had the salmon which I thought was delicious. I only wish they had used a bit more substantial fillet and perhaps left it a little less time on the heat. It was just slightly over done to be ideal. My friends both had the wagyu steak and they had no complaints. I would certainly come back. It was nice seeing the majority of gentlemen in coats.

Tags: Seasonal, Romantic, Good for Birthdays
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 (Dallas)·Dined on November 11, 2017

Food selection was unbelievable, we ate way too much! It was delicious! Service was perfectly balanced, we waited for nothing, but never felt rushed during our 2 1/2 hour, 5 course meal. Our "Service Captain" was Jillian who did a fantastic job with multiple wine pairings throughout our meal. Wonderful Experience!

Tags: Good for a Date, Neighborhood Gem, Disabled Access, Afternoon Coffee, Scenic View, Happy Hour, Handcrafted Cocktails, Great for Lunch, Sunday Lunch, Good for Anniversaries, Authentic, Fun, Creative Cuisine, Quiet Conversation, Healthy, Special Occasion, Pre/post Theatre, Notable Wine List, Afternoon Tea, Tasting Menu, Romantic, Great for Brunch, Worth the Drive, Good for Birthdays, Business Meals, Good for Groups
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 (Dallas)·Dined on November 9, 2017

The new renovation is fantastic! They went with the simple classical look, and it really works. The atmosphere is romantic and upscale, as befits one of the best restaurants in Dallas. The staff is all new and exceeded my expectations for service and especially friendliness. This staff is not from the stuffy school of "don't converse with the guests" at all. Food was top notch as you might expect, with a few surprises.

Tags: Creative Cuisine, Tasting Menu, Special Occasion, Handcrafted Cocktails, Romantic, Good for Anniversaries
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·Dined on November 5, 2017

Based on our high expectations from the previous versions of the French Room, this new version was a bit disappointing. Much preferred the grand "old Europe" opulent style of the old French Room. They've now made it ultra modern. Do we really need yet another ultra modern restaurant in Dallas? There are now no truly Old World restaurants left. The menu was extremely limited and they refused to let us mix and match. The food quality was OK, but not 5-star level. Service was very slow at first -- took us 45 minutes to get menus. We had to ask for the Sommelier several times from several different people. Good wine list. Best part of the evening was the cheese cart (which we missed at the previous French Room).

Tags: Special Occasion, Good for Birthdays, Quiet Conversation, Good for a Date
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 (Dallas)·Dined on November 5, 2017

Overall experience was excellent. We did the tasting menu with wine pairings. Service was superb. Most of the courses were great. Wine pairings done well. Music playing seemed not to fit with overall ambiance. Price point a bit high, but not totally out of this world. Will definitely
return.

Tags: Romantic, Good for Anniversaries, Tasting Menu, Special Occasion
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·Dined on November 5, 2017

Incredibly disappointed; it’s no longer a special occasion place. There is some of the old and some of the new but the combination loses the ambience and underperforms. Bar music in the dining room kept us on edge. I’m not sure what the restaurant stands for anymore. The menus are virtually unreadable; I needed both my reading glasses and iPhone flashlight. There was beauty in the room and some good dishes but too uneven in other ways... plastic tables under the table clothes and some dishes I wondered if they were tasted before serving. Am saddened and think they will struggle; hopefully they will self correct.

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 (Dallas)·Dined on November 5, 2017

With such great anticipation of dining at the French Room again after such a long closure we were very disappointed. The room design is still beautiful but it is not very warm. We were seated in the middle of the room, just inside the entrance. Not a good start but looking around the room, the design does not provide many good tables for two and that flaw makes it difficult to choose this as a special occasion restaurant. A great dining experience could change that. Sadly, the French Room missed the mark and with a bill for $400+ a customers expectation is very high. Let's start with a sommelier tradition that needs to change and one that I have not experienced in the finest restaurants in London, Paris, Rome or anywhere in the U.S. for years. Our sommelier gets high marks for her knowledge and friendliness but I was surprised when she opened a $148.00 bottle of Mersault and poured it aggressively(an ounce+) into a glass that I thought she was pouring for me. She sniffed the glass and took a good sip and left the rest. I know how to taste wine and I believe in this situation the server should ask if her tasting expertise is required and if an expensive spill is acceptable. In this case we are telling the diner that they are incompetent and cannot be trusted with their opinion of the wine. As for the meal, the lamb saddle was very disappointing and tasted more like sausage than a fine cut of lamb. Rack of lamb would have been a better choice but the menu is very limited. The escargot app was not very good, extremely small snails cut in half, not tasty and not very warm. I will give credit to the lobster salad which was very good as was the fresh bread as well as the deserts so the pastry chef gets full marks. It may be unfair to criticize such a great chef in what has been a very good restaurant for years but when you spend significant money on fine dining, the bar for quality is very high and in this case, the experience gave us no reason to come back.

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 (Dallas)·Dined on October 28, 2017

The room is cold and sterile now, unlike before when it was very warm. The acoustics have been worsened because it’s way too loud in the dining room. Putting the main server station in the middle of the room creates too much distraction. The food is only OK

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 (Cancún)·Dined on October 27, 2017

Overall an uneven experience. They seemed the be understaffed. Some servers were very good. The wine steward was slow on the follow through. The food was mixed. I could not recommend the seven course menu: uneven. Wine list had some value offerings. The renovations were met with mixed opinions. Frankly, the hotel staff at the front was just wretched. Fey & clueless. NOT Dallas!

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 (New York Area)·Dined on October 22, 2017

We have been long time patrons of the original French Room; so we were very anxious & excited for the new French Room to open. We were blown away! The service was impeccable. Wine was perfect, with an amazing selection. Food was perfect, delicious and mouth watering. We have already made another reservation to return for another dinner. If we lived closer, we would definitely be going every week!

Tags: Tasting Menu, Good for a Date, Cozy, Romantic, Special Occasion, Handcrafted Cocktails, Notable Wine List, Good for Anniversaries, Good for Birthdays, Fun
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 (Dallas)·Dined on October 21, 2017

I have been a longtime patron of the French Room and looked forward to the reopening. So we planned a birthday celebration with great anticipation. The renovation did not disappoint - simplified, warm and elegant. And the bar is great for conversation. Our food started with lobster salad which was quite good but not spectacular. The entrees were unremarkable. Compared to the pre-renovation caliber of the menu and superb food, the dining experience was a huge let down. Service was fine even a little overly solicitous. There were no women servers which was such a remarkable distinction of the prior era. There are many excellent Dallas restaurants and the French Room is way too pricey for such disappointing food. I will not return.

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·Dined on October 21, 2017

Amazing in every way!! The staff was perfect and the food was incredible!!!

Tags: Creative Cuisine, Pre/post Theatre, Notable Wine List, Quiet Conversation, Worth the Drive, Romantic, Good for Anniversaries, Special Occasion, Handcrafted Cocktails
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 (Dallas)·Dined on October 15, 2017

The French Room was always a staple for us. Carlos was a master at service. We loved this place. Sadly, I'm not sure we will ever return. First, the new decor in the dining room and bar are superb. The cherubs were always a bit much anyway. The new/old marble floors make the dining room a bit louder, but not a problem.

The service is where they lost me. I have no idea what they were doing. To start off we arrived early because I wanted to enjoy the new bar decor. We checked in with the hostess when we arrived and told her we would be in the bar. To set the stage, there was maybe 6 people in the bar. She came in to check that we were who we are no less than three times. I can't figure it out. It's like she thought we were lying (as a heads up, our last name probably doesn't tie with our appearance if you are judgmental in that way - I didn't even think of this until a friend suggested that that might have been the issue) The bar staff are dressed in ugly butcher's aprons for some odd reason and they like to do very very fancy presentations. I like a drink to be good. You can skip the drama.

Upon entering the dining room we had a lovely seat, but could not for the life of me figure out who exactly was our main server. First we were presented with warm towels like were were in first class and/or a sushi place, then odd numbers of people dressed in the dreariest clothes kept dropping things off. We were interested in wine, no assistance offered. We aren't wine fools, but always appreciate some expertise. My husband isn't a particularly adventurous eater so I couldn't sell him on the tasting menu (lord knows no one else tried), but then I realized that nothing on the a la carte menu even appealed to me. Very limited options and boring all the way.

While the room was lovely, the personnel attire was better for FT33 or CBD (bar) or a prison (dining room) I hope they figure this out, but for this price point, you don't get numerous chances.

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 (Dallas)·Dined on October 14, 2017

First time back since the remodel. We miss the cherubs and clouds on the old painted ceiling, but the new, toned down gold/brown ceiling decorations were attractive and sufficiently grand. Ceiling at one end of the room beyond the pillars was visibly unfinished and in a sad state. I felt there could have been flowers in the center instead of a vase of nondescript branches and leaves. No flowers on the individual tables. Almost alien-looking tall champagne flutes were a fun touch, and the celadon china was exquisite. The plain white chargers with French Room "crest" were particularly elegant.

We felt the only two choices--a tasting menu, and a pri fixe menu were a little restrictive, but each course on the tasting menu was excellent, with just the right mixture of intriguing flavors and textures. The plating could have been less out-to-impress with its minuscule squares, slices, dots and slivers on the plate. I've seen more attractive food presentation.

We missed the old staff too, but the new folk were efficient, well trained and friendly. Gone were the waiters' tuxes, replaced with gray suits and open shirts for the men and nondescript grayish uniforms for the women.

There was an awfully long walk to the bathroom, which was located in the main lobby. With the new glass doors, the entrance was a little unobtrusive. If we didn't know where the French Room was, we would have had to ask. New decor in the lobby was eclectic and fit no particular style that I could see. I wasn't particularly impressed.

In spite of the aforementioned shortcomings, the French Room delivered. A fine choice for a special occasion. And yes, you still get something to take home, but no muffins for breakfast along with assorted sweet treats, just a macaroon each.

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 (Dallas)·Dined on October 14, 2017

This was an outstanding fine dining experience for Dallas. Glad to have a restaurant like this back in Dallas, although, it hasn't lived up to the former restaurant so far, but give it time. We opted for the tasting menu with the wine pairing which met expectations. The only disappointment, in which we are accustomed to in places like this, is the sommelier or wine steward did not present each wine with the course. The sommelier or wine steward never came back to our table after ordering the pairing. We always enjoy hearing the "why" behind the pairing. with that said, the pairings were very good and the wine list is excellent, although young vintages. We did not feel the music was appropriate for the ambience, fortunately, as tables filled, the noise drowned out the electro-pop music.

Tags: Good for a Date, Good for Anniversaries, Special Occasion, Neighborhood Gem, Fit for Foodies, Romantic, Notable Wine List, Tasting Menu, Good for Birthdays
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 (Oklahoma City)·Dined on October 14, 2017

Very nice dining room and excellent service. Food however was very disappointing. Having been to French restaurants in Las Vegas at a comparable price point this wasn’t on par. I hope it it was just the recent reopening.

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 (Dallas)·Dined on October 13, 2017

The newly re-opened French Room was no quite as good as the original. I go every year to celebrate my mother's birthday. Although the food quality was just as good as the original, I wasn't impressed with the selection. We requested to speak to the sommelier for recommendations, and after 15 - 20 minutes of waiting, we gave up. He never showed. Service was slow at times, and our waiter was very timid acting. Our of the 'assistant' waiters was great. He has a great personality, but was professional. He would be a greater waiter if promoted.
We chose a dessert recommended by our waiter and it was the worst dessert we've had (The Floating Island). The passed complimentary chocolates were better. I also prefer the cheese plate at the old french room over here due to selection and amount of cheese provided.

Some improvements, however, including hot moist towel upon being seated, pashmina for guests, and synchronized services.

I'll definitely give the French Room another chance, but disappointed with the food selection.

Tags: Worth the Drive, Fit for Foodies, Good for Anniversaries, Notable Wine List
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 (New York Area)·Dined on October 13, 2017

We always spend our anniversary at The French Room. It was a special place for us. We were excited to return once the renovations were complete. I was definitely disappointed. The service was less attentive than in the past. The food was good but not quite at the previous level. It just dropped down a notch

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 (Oklahoma City)·Dined on October 13, 2017

Fabulous restaurant and meal. Service was exceptional.

Tags: Notable Wine List, Creative Cuisine
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 (Dallas)·Dined on October 13, 2017

Absolutely loved the beet ragu...and the eggplant was among the most unique entrees I have ever had, exquisite in taste and texture.

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vip
 (New England)·Dined on October 8, 2017

Not near the food quality, service or experience of the Pre renovated French Room. 2 tasting menus poorly assembled.

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