My wife and I ate here for lunch on a Saturday before a wedding. I must say that it really added to the specialness of the day! Great meal!! We are from Houston and this was a highlight of our visit to Shreveport.
Wine Country Bistro is one of my favorite places to dine. There has never been a disappointment in all of our visits. Awesome quality of food, service, and atmosphere for the price.
We met friends last Sunday for lunch and didn't realize that it was brunch only. Everyone was okay with that, so we ordered drinks to start off. The Bloody Marys were fabulous, and we were even more impressed when the food arrived! I had the Eggs Benedict with pulled pork and almost made myself sick trying to eat it all! Everyone raved about their respective dishes, and we even ordered another round of drinks. The wait staff was very attentive and helpful, and we were even pleasantly surprised (and pleased!) to see the check was very reasonable! We are from out of town but will definitely make a point of eating there again!
We have not been to Wine Country in over a year due to a bad experience just after they opened in the new location (cold food and bad service).
We decided to give them another chance and we were not disappointed! The service was excellent. The Pasta Puttanesca was outstanding! I had shrimp on mine and my wife had chicken on hers. My friend's cedar plank salmon was also a great dish. Our food was brought out timely and hot, the portions were appropriate and the prices were reasonable.
Overall it was a great dining experience!
Excellent service. The food is delicious and I like that the tables are not too close together giving the feel of a private dinner.
The gumbo was cold when it arrived so we asked if it could be heated. When returned, it was barely warm. We asked if spinach could be added to an omelet and was told they couldn't (even though spinach was available in salads). I ordered the $14 size of shrimp and grits, when it arrived it had 3 medium shrimp. I had asked for rice in place of grits, which was an additional $2. On top of that, it had no seasoning. While the servers were very friendly, they weren't very attentive. Some tables received bread at the beginning of their meals while others didn't. We did but I noticed others had to ask. This was an extremely disappointing meal. Not at all what I would expect from this restaurant.
Food was good but service was not very good. The waiter seemed off from the start, and was distracted taking our drink order. We placed an appetizer order but it never came. The waiter owned up to the mistake and said he didn't enter the table number. I ordered the Crawfish etouffe Alfredo, portion size was too small for the price. My wife ordered the filet and it was perfect!
Very pleased! Will visit again!!
Wonderful dinner by the fireplace!
We love eating at Wine Country and this was our first time in the new location. The meal was exceptional. However, we did miss the atmosphere of the original location. We had the duck and it was wonderful. We did miss the old way of plating the food (with the tiny cast iron skillet for the cornbread) and the petit steak, mashed potatoes, asparagus and oysters. It was all delicious. We shared a bottle of wine that was $62. We were surprised that it had been taken out of the cellar in the morning and was not stored at 55 degrees until served. We would have loved our Pinot to be a little cooler than room temperature, but it was still good. We also got the bread pudding for dessert and we loved it!