The Source by Wolfgang Puck has three distinct floors and offers a myriad of private dining layouts. Capable of hosting everything from a large company retreat to a private multicourse dinner for friends or colleagues, our private dining options make it the perfect location for your next event.View Private Dining Details
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Mon - Fri 5:30PM - 5:30PM
We ordered the Wild Kanpachi Sashimi melts in your mouth it has a crunch to it with puffed rice toppings.
For entree’s we got the scallops and pork chops with a side to share of the drunken noodles! I absolutely loved my scallops. I think we got a couple glasses of the cocktails - Samurai Sword which were delicious.
The duck was amazing, very good service, and good cocktail menu too.... is a very good spot to have nice food
Celebrating a new job!
Overall, had an outstanding time here. Food was overall amazing and well-portioned relative to the price. Great service - I appreciated that they made sure that all dishes to be shared accommodated the number of people at the table (i.e., several apps usually came with 3 pieces but they added 2 pieces so all 5 diners could have a piece). I also appreciated that when I indicated that we were celebrating a birthday, they provided a plate of delicious fresh baked cookies for dessert. I was away from the table when they brought the cookies, but so maybe they asked, but I would have appreciated if they had circled round and asked if I wanted coffee when I returned to the table. One small demerit is that they did not offer to-go boxes when we had a few people with a significant amount of food left (we definitely overordered) but other tables had boxes brought. They cleared dishes too quickly for me to ask for one (not normally a detracting factor!).
A curious detail is that there was a very noticeable size difference in the wine glasses used at the downstairs bar (normal sized) and in the upstairs dining room (very large), though perhaps not in the amount poured.
I miss the chance to sit upstairs with so much light, for lunch. But The Source continues to offer a combo of comfortable seating, plenty of windows, and very good food. BUT TIME for its menu to change -- been too many years of the same choices.
While the restaurant is quite nice, and the food was good, I encountered a patron that was rude and thought he was above anyone. Thus, I kindly reminded him that he didn’t own the place, let alone that he wasn’t any better than my party and I. However, that wasn’t enough, then the fool decided that he wanted to take things up a notch. Therefore, so did I. Eventually he left, but my issue was with the staff, as he should have been escorted out immediately. He was extremely rude, disrespectful, and problematic.
Not sure if I’ll return to dine there, rest assure I am not going to recommend anyone to this establishment.
Very nice for lunch with Good menu choices. I had a deliciously flavored curry with duck and noodles ; companion ate great halibut dish. Staff was very attentive & helpful.
The tiger shrimp and beef dumplings were delicious, definitely worth ordering both and sharing. My husbands whole branzino was boned and so delicious, what a wonderful way to serve it leaving you to totally enjoy without having to disect it. I real winner. Our friends both had the chirasi bowl and it looked very fresh generous. The barrel aged old fashions two of us had at the bar prior to dinner were also very good.
The Duck was amazing!
Anton was wonderful and the food & drinks amazing
Service was slow.
Amazing very tasty best duck ever
Great place for a weekend lunch. The brunch portions are small but not too small (8 tastes is more than enough for 2 people).
Great place for a special get together or just catching up with friends or colleagues.
I️ was there to celebrate my birthday with my husband. He was very pleased me on the other hand , was pleased but expecting a similar menu from the Dallas location. I️ truly appreciate the freshness of our meal.
The staff could be a bit more personable. The environment is very comfortable but your staff did not make me feel very comfortable.
Went there for birthday dinner and they ran out of the duck which was the whole reason we were there. Then they said they ran out of the filet too I was like they're having problems tonight.. But they found a fillet so I ordered that- it was too spicy for my liking. I didn't realize both the steak and potatoes would have a bunch of jalapeños- ask to leave that off if you're sensitive to spice. Tuna tartare app was delicious as always. Call ahead if to reserve the duck if you want to order it! For reference we sat down at 8pm which doesn't seem super late in the night but oh well. They sent out free scallion bread rolls as an apology those were good as well.
Food was uninspiring and salty. Not for the healthy heart
Went for restaurant week and all the appetizers sounded so awesome that we decided to add an extra off the regular menu. Our server (Anton) suggested that we order the regular menu (larger sized) beef soup, which was a nice touch in service because not only did it offer more value for the money, but also it turned out to be our favorite dish of the meal, so we were glad to have extra! The "hot and numbing" catfish entree was also phenomenal, and per Anton's guidance, not too spicy as the title would have you believe. The miso glazed doughnuts and carrot cake were both tasty ways to round out the meal and offer very good flavor profiles.
My brother and I joined The Source die their restaurant week menu. And I would suggest the beef soup, catfish (soft, flavourful with a kick) and the miso glazed donuts! Unique to its taste that simply two was not enough.
The food was great as other times I have visited, as was the service. The only annoyance was two nearby tables taking flash photos of their food. Something I will never understand...
Appetizer and dessert were definitely better than the entree from the restaurant week menu. For appetizers we ordered the salmon and Taiwanese beef noodle soup, which were both delicious! For entree we opted for the chicken and pork chop. Pork chop was delicious but I wish it came with a side to balance out all that meat! As for the chicken, it was a tad dry. Dessert was by far the most amazing experience of the night. The 15 layer carrot cake was AMAZING! And the Miso glazed doughnuts were pretty awesome too!
Great restaurant week menu.
Good food and drinks. Good space between tables so conversation was easy
First experience. Used restaurant week special. Outstanding service. Great dishes and wine selection. Nice atmosphere. Very impressed.
Amazing food. Great tasting menu. Only wish I could go more often
Ingredients were fresh and very well prepared. Lovely presentation, with a good balance between minimalism and attention to detail. They could ease up a bit on the black pepper, which was so over-done on the fennel and pear salad that I could barely taste the delicate flavor of the two main ingredients. It could almost be called a Black Pepper, Fennel and Pear Salad. The rest of the meal was scrumptious, from the cabbage and chicken dumplings to the expertly cooked salmon and the shred-with-a-spoon spare ribs. Prix fixe option makes for a very reasonable price. Service was attentive and helpful, not overbearing and certainly not 'scripted'. Wine list offers great options by the glass.
Everything about the experience was wonderful - Fran m the moment we were greeted at the door and led to our table to the service And our waiter's recommendations to the delicious food!!
The Saturday dim sum brunch is fantastic! Each dish is delicious and interesting - we loved the Impossible Dumplings, turnip cakes with pork and miso glazed donuts. Strangely, washing everything down with the best Bloody Mary just works. A great way to spend a cold winter afternoon with friends!