The Wild Mushroom serves flavorful American fare with a modern twist. Its welcoming, yet contemporary setting features exposed brick walls and beautiful artwork. Owner and chef Jerrett Joslin offers guests a fine dining experience and creative dishes at The Wild Mushroom. Escargot, smoked bacon-wrapped quail or shrimp cocktail make for palate-pleasing appetizers. Guests can feast on an entr�e of lobster tail, Dungeness crab with asparagus tips or pan-roasted New Zealand lamb with a blueberry basil chutney.
The Wild Mushroom was given the "2014 Culinary Award for Best Mac n' Cheese, Dessert and Appetizer" by Fort Worth Magazine. It features live music for fun entertainment, as well as meal specials. This restaurant has outdoor patio seating for guests to enjoy the weather as they dine.
We went with friends for a birthday and it was special. Great food and service.
I took my fiance here on Valentines Day to try out a new restaurant. While the service and ambiance was good, the food was far from it. On paper, the plates had potential to be great. Execution of the plates, was not. She received salmon that was undercooked in the middle. I received a filet that was not cooked as I requested and was extremely bland. It lacked even the basic seasoning of salt and pepper. In summary, for one of the most expensive meals I've eaten recently, it leaves much to be desired so I ranked it 2 out of 5.
Pros: Good location. Great service and food. Love the ambiance. Groupons were a plus and definitely welcome.
Cons: Very disappointed that the online menu was very different from the in-house menu. Most of the items that we were interested in from the online menu were no longer available.
As soon as you walk in, you feel comfortable. You're greeted at the door right away with friendly hosts. The waitress knew the entire menu from top to bottom, she also described the wines to the T, me not being a wine drinker knew exactly what my taste buds were looking for. The noise level. What noise? I have no complaints whatsoever. The food portions may seem small, but once you start digging in you can definitely feel your tummy getting full. My husband & I have made this place our new romantic dinner getaway. 2 thumbs up.
This was our first time here. We booked reservation for 5 PM but wanted later. The next reservation was for 8:30 PM which would have been too late. Arriving and being seated, we noticed there were only two other tables in the entire restaurant that were occupied with about 5 people in the bar. By 6 PM there were still only about 15 tables occupied which certainly was not full and could have accommodated more 6 PM reservations. My wife's chicken fried steak was the largest I have ever seen but it was burned to a crisp to the extent that OTHER tables were noticing and bringing it to the attention of their waiter (my wife did not want to complain). It was taken back and replaced. I had the sea bass and it was excellent. One couple left after finding out that they were not serving lobster tail due to a special menu for Valentines Day which was not mentioned on their website. Another couple complained about the very same thing and, through a long ordeal, the manager found a lobster tail for them.
About 10 minutes after we were seated the air conditioning was turned on and got very cold. It was brought to the attention of the waiter and, instead of turning it off, the heat was then turned on and it got real stuffy and hot in a matter of minutes. All in all we would not come back due to how high the prices were compared to everything we experienced. We don't mind paying higher prices for a nice, romantic meal but The Wild Mushroom just did not measure up.
We've been eating at the Wild Mushroom since they opened in Weatherford. In my opinion it was well worth the long drive out to Weatherford. It has honestly been my "go to" Steakhouse and I have bragged on it and carried many friends out there to eat. Unfortunately the move to Fort Worth just hasn't worked for me. This meal was probably the nail in the coffin. Took my sweetie out for an early Valentines Day dinner since we both had to work on VD. The service was horrible. The food was bad. Even after sending it back, it still came out wrong! What a shame...
The man singing in the corner was way too loud. My pork chop was not cooked in the middle but the creme brule was decent
I was really looking forward to eating at the Wild Mushroom. I've read good reviews but was disappointed in our visit. The fried oysters were too salty, the 8 oz filet was bland and didn't have any seasoning, the mashed potatoes were luke warm and even the horseradish I ordered to spice up the filet tasted like sour cream. I will say the best items we ordered were the Brussels sprouts and mac & cheese. I was not very impressed and will not return.
The salad was creative, the soup delicious. Prime filets were excellent and done to order, and the vegetables were tasty and perfectly cooked. However, the wine list is not special, and a wonderful meal begs a fine wine. Also, the so-called 'bernaise' sauce disappointed, as it was a cheesy-type sauce without tarragon.
Nice bar, good drinks. Had dinner at table, service good. Steak over cooked but good taste. Very nice atmosphere. Enjoyed the food too.