Farmers Branch is a city in Dallas County, Texas, United States. It is an inner-ring suburb of Dallas and is part of the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex. The population was 28,616 at the 2010 census.
Things to do in Farmers Branch
4.5 based on 457 reviews
Chamberlain's Fish Market Grill is Dallas' premier seafood restaurant serving the freshest fish, lobster, and perfectly prepared steaks all set in a beautiful San Francisco style ambience.
We made reservations for the Easter brunch (set menu) and were happy to see that this restaurant is still producing the same high standards as ever.
Upon arrival we were greeted by friendly smiling faces of some extremely nice staff.
Once at our seats in a smaller room to the rear of the establishment we were introduced to Sean who was an extremely attentive, polite and timely staff member.
We chose the Shrimp and Crabmeat Chowder as an appetizer but each of the starters had appealing ingredients. The chowder had a delicious flavor served at a good temperature.
I chose Orange Miso and Honey Glazed Salmon that was accompanied by stir fry green beans with almond,sesame and ginger. The salmon texture and taste was exquisite.
Finishing up with a Vanilla Bean Creme Brulee accented with seasonal berries that tasted so good.
Overall the quality, taste and presentation of the food was 10/10
Staff and Service 10/10
Atmosphere was just right and even though most tables were populated we could still sit and talk at a normal level which is not always the case at so many restaurants.
At the start of review i stated it was fixed brunch menu but the multiple choices of Starter, Entree and dessert was well organized to accommodate so many tastes.
Well Done and thank you
4.5 based on 745 reviews
Great fried chicken. Wonderful mashed potatoes and gravy. Wonderful corn; it's a cross between whole kernel and creamed. Biscuits, salad, and green beans, too. Everything is served family style. Wonderful meringue pies. I visit Babes on every trip to Texas.
4.5 based on 68 reviews
A homey small cafe at the intersection of Addison, Farmers Branch, and Carrollton that serves up great breakfasts and lunches. Home cooking at its best - don't tell your mama!
We always enjoy the homey atmosphere to enjoy breakfast or lunch fare at Pete’s. If you have a large party go somewhere else. The place is always full on Sunday’s and most booths hold only 4 people. The wait staff is super friendly, and frequently reminds me of visiting a favorite aunt’s kitchen.
4.5 based on 441 reviews
Combining exacting service and elegantly appointed atmosphere, guests return again and again to enjoy such critically acclaimed specialties as prime rib, lobster and creme brulee. Five private dining rooms accommodating up to 100 people.
We had just decided on a home buy and felt like celebrating! We made our reservation on the way to the restaurant for an early dinner. We were dressed very casually, however, we felt very welcome throughout our evening.
Keith, our server was friendly and helpful. He provided some excellent suggestions and information regarding apps and wine. We had the lobster & shrimp bisque and crab cakes, delicious! We split the perfectly grilled bone in ribeye with no problems and Keith suggested an excellent wine to accommodate both of our preferences. I completely agree with his suggestion for the scalloped potatoes instead of the garlic mashed. Best I've ever tasted! Our only regret was that we had no room for dessert! Guess we'll just have to return soon!
4.5 based on 1 reviews
I have tried all this chain restaurant has to offer: steak, seafood and the cantina. All my experience over the years of traveling to Texas has not disappoint. The visit to the steakhouse was also spectacular! The beef carpaccio and foie gras were amazing, besides the steak itself.
4.5 based on 250 reviews
...The opposite of a quiet, intimate sushi bar, the Blue Fish is enormous, loud, stylish and good. Where else can you find a signature roll called El Cubano ($9.50)? It's spicy pork, jalapeno, cilantro, Jalapeno pepper and carrots, with a sweet and spicy sauce. What's most refreshing here is that the menu is all Japanese -- no Thai food to confuse the palate. And to be honest, sushi purists will find plenty to keep them interested. Live specials such as Spanish mackarel, Sea Urchin, Live Hottate(scallop), Black Bass, mirugai (giant clam) and much more.Order the Ahi Tower to see just how well the kitchen can plate. It's tuna tartar and sesame oil over snow crab and avocado salad on a bed of wasabi infused rice. It's almost tragic to watch the server destroy this architectural marvel table-side to make it easier to eat. The "cake" portion of spicy tuna on crispy rice cakes in uzu and garlic sauce. It's delicious...
First class sushi place !
Always the freshest fish very professionally cut and prepared.
The rest of the menu is awesome as well with agadashi tofu to die for.
The stir fry dishes are delicious also. All served by the most professional wait staff in a very cool environment surrounded by comforting decoration, lighting and mood.
4.5 based on 33 reviews
My visit was a Thursday lunch. The entrance is off of a patio/breezeway. They had a very nice sized lunch crowd. Service was very good. My barometer for new Tex Mex places is a cheese enchilada plate. This one was very good with rice, mini-salad, and maybe the best refried beans I have ever had. The San Miguel plate is $7.50 for lunch and $1.99 for iced tea. They do have a bar. Salsa is not hot but is okay.
4.5 based on 276 reviews
Texas de Brazil is no ordinary steakhouse. It’s a dining experience like no other. Here, traditions of Brazilian cooking blend with Texas hospitality to create a lively atmosphere in an upscale setting. Your meal begins with a visit to our extravagant salad area where you can indulge in a wide array of seasonal roasted vegetables, fresh artisan breads, charcuterie, imported cheeses and other specialties. Then enjoy the rodizio-style dining that has made us famous. An endless parade of gaucho servers visits your table with skewers of freshly grilled beef, lamb, pork, chicken and Brazilian sausage carved directly onto your plate. It’s all served with authentic side dishes of garlic mashed potatoes, Brazilian cheese bread and sweet fried bananas. To complement your meal, select from our award-winning collection of wines or traditional Brazilian bar creations. And don’t forget to treat yourself to one of our decadent à la carte desserts.
Lots of choices and quick service. Everyone was nice and you certainly leave feeling full. Normally go to Fogo de Chao but location was closed and tried this place. Got a $20 birthday credit signing up for emails and liked it better than Fogo. Will be back. Their cheesecake is great too - took that home!
4.5 based on 1 reviews
I went here for a business dinner. I would say food quality was equal to a top steakhouse but just cheaper. We started with an app sampler. Had coconut shrimp (biggest ever), tuna, and meat crustini. Apps were really good. I got a special w filet and shrimp. I had them blackened the shrimp. I got two monster size shrimp cooked perfectly. The service was perfect. I have no complaints and would go out of my way to return
4 based on 41 reviews
Awesome place for fresh tex mex and tacos. Drinks are,not watered down. Great Customer Service. There is an app to download where you gain points for scanning your receipts for free food in future. Great for any occassion. Thursdays are 1.50 taco night. Tacos normally average 1.99 to 2.99. Other entrees average 6.99 to 8.99. Alcoholic drinks average 4.99 to 6.99.ENJOY!
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