Nearby points of interest
Nearby points of interest
About Yellow Rose Steak and Chop House
Welcome to the Yellow Rose Steak and Chop House, Flower Mound's premier steak house!
Our Chef prepares each dish to the highest standards in the industry using only the top 2% USDA Prime beef. Our steaks are quite simply the best! Our chicken, pork and lamb are also naturally grown for the most tender and delicious dishes available.
With an extensive wine list to choose from, full service bar and our house made desserts, your dining experience with us at the Yellow Rose will surely be a memorable one!
Flower Mound, TX 75028
Steakhouse, Seafood, Wine Bar
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:00AM - 3:00PM
Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 4:00PM - 9:00PM
Friday - Saturday: 4:00PM - 10:00PM
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Please call for details. 972.899.9820
Public and Retail parking in the front of the buildings. Additional parking lot in rear of the building.
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Private Room, Takeout, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Along with wedding rehearsal dinners and receptions, we also hold special wine dinners and wine tasting events.
Yellow Rose Steak and Chop House Ratings and Reviews
Service was lacking and food overall was disappointing. My son ordered the sea bass and it was bland and poorly prepared. The lobster and shrimp bisque was overloaded with pepper. All of our entrees came with cold garlic mashed potatoes and I am not sure how they prepared the veggies to achieve their texture. What was good the actual steaks and bread pudding. But for the price paid we should have been absolutely delighted with our entire meals! Not nearly as good as it used to be unfortunately.
I selected this restaurant weeks out from Valentine’s Day. I found out later they would offer a limited menu that did not include some items I’d hope to try. They were expecting a full house so I understood. We arrived 15 minutes early to a half empty restaurant. More than anything it seemed the staff was limited. Took forever to get our order in and bottle of wine. We made our selections. I ordered the Caesar salad, prime rib medium rare, and bread pudding. Salad and dessert were okay. My prime rib was a gray piece of cold meat. Not rare. Just gray and dead. I sent it back for a strip steak. It was okay, very grisly, but red and warm. By the time I received my meal the boyfriend was done with his. I would not recommend this place if you want a good steak. I’ve had far better at chili’s and outback. At $65 pp not including wine, this was highway robbery. I hope to have a Valentine’s Day do over soon elsewhere.
My husband ordered a ribeye which was cooked well and tasty. I ordered the bison burger and it was dry and over cooked. For $17 it didn't include a measly slice of cheese. I felt like we kept getting nickeled and dimed for extras when the prices were already high. The cocktails were very flavorful and strong enough. Our waitress was not impressive and there was not that nice steakhouse feel you would expect when paying $40+ for a nice steak. It wasn't bad, but it won't jump to the top of the list for a place we'll return.
We can always count on excellent service and a quality meal whenever we're at Yellow Rose. Owners Sky and Svetlana do a great job in making this neighborhood gem an excellent choice for any day, as well as for special occasions. Bar manager Danny stocks an excellent assortment of everything and does a great job getting to know and understand personal preferences so that he can make excellent recommendations.
Unfortunately this steakhouse is not worth the price. For the same cost I would recommend other high end steak houses.
Food: started out with the lobster and crab bisque which was okay. Nothing special though. My wife and I both had the prime 8oz filets and both were bland. They had an 8oz angus filet on the menu as well (for about $10 cheaper) and I’m wondering if they gave us the angus, because the steaks we had were NOT worth $42/each.
Also, I had ordered an Old Fashioned as my drink and it was the most watered down Old Fashioned I’ve ever had
Service: my wife and I went around 8pm on a Friday and the place was fairly empty. There were only two other tables of people in the place and the hostess tried to seat us right next to one of them. I had to be asked to move a table away so we could at least have a little privacy (note to the restaurant....when the place is empty, seat people away from others, not right next to them. Restaurant 101 there).
The service was very nice and friendly but wasn’t very attentive. Only came by once to check on us after we got our meal and when we wanted the check I had to waive her over after waiting for awhile (which should never happen when the restaurant is empty).
Definitely won’t be going back. Too many far better steakhouses to drop $150 at get far better food and service.
Super experience. Service was attentive but not intrusive. You could tell the staff cared we had a good experience. Since it was business we requested a quiet area and they were nice to seat us in a more private area. Sea Bass was done just right, nice flavor. Definitely will return. A gem to find.
Order was wrong when delivered to table, waitress was friendly although not very knowledgeable. No steak sauce in the restaurant, manager was friendly and handled everything appropriately. I will be back for a second try as I just moved to this area. Hoping for a better result next time!
We had reservations but didn't need them for a Saturday night! There were only a few tables filled. We were seated and our server took our drink orders. Drinks were ok..just ok. The best thing we had was the spinach dip and shrimp cocktail. We each ordered steaks...one ordered the Angus and the others were Prime. The server had no idea what the difference was in grade. The steaks are OVERLY seasoned with liquid smoke! I had the Prime steak ($9.more) and it had so much gristle!!!! Potatoes were so-so and beans were barely cooked. The four of us each ordered a different dessert....The creme brûlée was ok, the cheesecake was just a frozen dessert thawed out. Crust tasted OLD! The others had the chocolate cake and bread pudding.. just ok.., not a good experience! Won't be back....long drive from where we live too! We go with our friends once a month to a very nice restaurant . Wasted night out....Oh, yeah, our server was outside watering plants most of the time....never got water refills or tea!!! OH MY!
I have been a customer for several years and yes, I noticed there has either been a change of chefs or quality of food. This restaurant was on my 1st class recommendations for any of my clients but future recommendations will depend on the client I am referring as well as the event.
Third visit. Still disappointed, ugh. I've dined all over DFW and understand restaurants. The sea bass was not good, very Tilapia-like and the Prime Filet was of Tom Thumb quality. Garlic mashed cold and bland. I now understand why the dining room was empty on a prime-time slot weekend evening. The bar seemed well-stocked but the waitstaff did not know details. Will not be back if they keep this business model, they really need to address how they go to market in Flower Mound. The town needs another relevant dining choice. We really wanted to love this place since it's local but the overall value is poor and the food very generic/overpriced. Nowhere near the quality or creativity of competition. Bummed...hoping for a restaurant revival here.
Ordered the USDA Prime New York Strip, cooked to medium. Steak was rare, sent it back. It was medium when returned. The quality of the steak was more of a Choice/Select cut, not Prime. Was able to eat half of the steak, the rest was of poor quality. Wife's steak, Prime Filet, was better quality and cooked correctly. Rest of the meal was average steakhouse fair.
We were looking forward to a Texas steak before heading back to Boston. The menu features USDA Prime steaks supposedly sourced from Chicago and Angus Beef steaks from Texas. We paid an extra $6 to get the USDA Prime steaks.
Two of us ordered the ribeye, one medium rare and the other medium. The other diner ordered the New York strip medium. Both of the ribeyes came out medium well and the strip, which was twice as thick, was medium rare. Clearly, all three steaks were on the grill for the same amount of time.
You expect marbleing with ribeyes, but these steaks were a third fat with some gristle. The NY strip was dryer, as usual, but okay if not for being undercooked.
The mashed potatoes were dry and the veggie medley is something you'd find at any Dennys or Lubys.
Bottom Line: Hugely overpriced for mediocre steaks which were poorly grilled. Don't go.
Me and my wife visited for our 1st anniversary of marriage. Everything was spectacular. I highly recommend Yellow Rose to anyone looking for a great meal and great service. Danny, was great to talk to and very informative as our waiter. We look forward to telling others and visiting again very soon.
This is a very poor steakhouse we received what was called prime meat in the strip in a fillet both contain every fat and the strip contained considerable grit you would be better off going to Texas land and cattle for half the price or for a comparable meal with better quality Barb's chop and steakhouse stay away
Please sign in to record your input. Thanks!
Report this review as inappropriate?
If you believe this review should be removed from OpenTable, please let us know and someone will investigate.