Wonderful ambiance and beautiful setting. Food left a little to be desired given the setting and expectations.
My girlfriend and I visited here as a late Valentine’s Day dinner. My girlfriend is vegan, so she typically has fewer options when we go out and eat. The staff here was very accommodating, with the chef actually tweaking the vegetarian tasting menu for her. Our waitress, I don’t remember her name, was so great. The food itself was phenomenal as well. We both had the tasting menu option, hers vegan and mine normal, and a couple of drinks a piece. I will say, the price ended up being pretty expensive. Had the price just been based on the food, I wouldn’t say it was worth it. Taking everything into consideration though, 100% worth it. Would definitely recommend this place to anyone.
The service was acceptable for this level restaurant but I should not have had to find the waitperson to order another glass of wine. We were seated near the entrance to the lobby and with the front entrance door opened often on a chilly night the air and noise was tolerable, but not romantic or intimated. Ask for a room to one side I would advise.
Great food, great service, very intimate environment. Would recommend!
I booked this evening for valentines day. All I can say is that the evening was top 5 most professional, timely, and delicious dining experiences Ive had. The wait staff was extremely well mannered, keeping a warm approachable attitude throughout the evening despite them obviously being slammed with people celebrating valentines day. Every plate came out no more than 5 minutes after I took the last bite of each decadent dish. I ordered the sirloin (rare) for the main course and I have to say, it was absolutely fabulous piece of meat. Every detail of my dining experience was attended to even so far as to my questioning of the nut situation on the desert (I have a peanut allergy). I most certainly will keep the mansion at turtle creek on my short list for luxurious evenings out when I want the absolute best.
Valentines Dinner. Service was mediocre, food was ok. The room was very awkward and quiet, we were so close to another couple we could hear their conversation and they could hear ours. Not ideal.
I have been a fan of The Mansion for 30 years but have to say it has gone down badly. Had not been there for sometime. The elegance is gone. Men in jeans with shirt tails hanging out in what once was Dallas most prestigious and elegant dining experience. Food was over cooked, boringly presented and less than I expect in any of Dallas many mid price places. Service was spotty, hostess did not know her job. Really and truly a sad state of affairs at a much loved venue. Sorry.
Thr food was excellent and so was the service. I would recommend this place for any special occasion
The staff is always very pleasant and attentive. The menu is innovative without being contrived. The main dining room is handsome while the terrace is a quiet setting with a lovely view.
Too expensive for what you get.