A great place to enjoy a great dinner with family or friends!!
The food was the saving grace for this review. The service was pretty bad. We were there over an hour and saw our waitress only a few times. That would be understandable for a Saturday night except we were one of 2 occupies tables in the entire restaurant. They did have great gluten free options and that’s why they received such a high rating from us.
I read the previous reviews before selecting a restaurant to host our out of town upper management team. I went ahead of the team and checked out the table and requested the staff move us next to a window for the view of the lake, and they did so with no problem. The atmosphere was awesome, and the food was the same. I read where some experienced slow service -- we did not. Our waiter was very attentive and knowledgeable -- quick too. I have nothing but good things to say, and we will be going back.
Trevi's helped us celebrate our 20th wedding anniversary in style. The food and service were excellent, and the setting was perfect.
Surprisingly good. The service was great. The food was wonderful.
Awesome breakfast buffet. Organic ingredients, a great selection of breads and muffins. Chopped pecans for the oatmeal with fresh berries. Eggs and omelets made to order fresh. Enjoyed the blueberry infused sausage. Casual but elegant dining. A1 service all around.
Romantic views, and tolerable background noises are what framed our dining exprience. Although the patio area currently faces a developing construction project of adjacent loft style apartments, the gandola traveling along the Canal softens the mood. The food was tasty, and true tradition. However, it would be nice to have a few go to entrees for the undeveloped pallet. The patio could use a deterent for mosquitoes (a couple fire pits would be a nice addition), but overall, a pleasantly memorable destination to dine.
Great food and great service! We had a great experience!
Ate at Trevis before a concert at the new Music Factory. Sat on the patio which COULD be super nice (on the canal, but set way back from the water) but is very tired - really needs a major overhaul. Inside of the restaurant looked much better but overall the hotel is aging. Patio was very casual so we felt comfortable in jeans, not stuffy. Service was fine, no complaints but nothing special - typical for a hotel restaurant. Wine by the glass selection was decent but by the bottle was not that extensive and fairly pricey (again usual hotel structure). My wife and I shared the Cappesante appetizer which is scallops over a polenta - very good. We had the Prawns for the main course which were done nicely and tasty. Food was very good - ashamed the environment wasn't better - could be more than just a hotel restaurant and Las Colinas needs more. They will have to step it up to compete with the new restaurants coming with the Music Factory.
We have eaten here several years ago for a special occasion and it was exceptional. It was a nice evening but the food is not at the same level as we have experienced previously.