Reviews for Wild Fork
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11/16/2014 - email@example.com
I have ALWAYS enjoyed the food & atmosphere, but last night was a terrible exception to the food & service! Our server, an older man, than most staff, served us in the east section. He asked about drinks & I replied I would like lemon with my water. I NEVER got it. When I ordered the Spicy Szechan dish with chicken, he told me it would be mild & asked if I would like it medium heat or hot. I told him medium heat would be fine. It was as plain as oatmeal. Not even a hint of spice. My expectation of a fine dining experience was extremely disappointing.
Google Places ReviewsRating: 1 | 11/07/2017 - Lindsay Ewan
Review: Really unpleasant experience. We went for a special occasion and were very disappointed. I had always wanted to try beignets so we ordered some. We were hoping to have them for a treat at the end of the meal. The waitress said they take 25 minutes or longer to prepare, so we ordered with our meal, assuming they would come part way through. We were very surprised when they showed up about 3 minutes later. They were very dark - practically burned. They had clearly been declined by another table and given to us. Then our actual food took about 45 minutes to arrive. This was very early in the morning and they were not at all busy, so it was unclear what the trouble was. After the food came, the server did not come and check on us at all. At the end when we were trying to get our check, the waitress was busy talking to a woman at the next table. She could see we needed assistance, but made us wait upwards of 10 minutes to come over and see what we needed. I understand that servers need to be able to talk to their customers, but not for 10 minutes, and not at the expense of all the other tables. We have 2 very young children so we don't get out much. This was a special occasion for us, so it was really disappointing that it went so badly. The food was okay, but honestly not even that great. If I knew how to get a refund I would!
Rating: 5 | 08/29/2017 - KRISTY FOX
Review: Emily and I decided to eat about 4 pm. It had been a long time since we had been to the WF. Our waiter from Louisiana, whose name I cannot recall, was superb and answered every question we had. I had pasta, and Emily had steak, while we dined at a table with a lovely view of Utica Square. Both meals were beautifully prepared and the bread basket was filled with delicious breads. It's always a delight to dine at the Wild Fork.
Rating: 3 | 07/06/2017 - Jonathan Swafford
Review: The Wild Fork is defiantly wild. The decor is confusing and untamed. They unsuccessfully mix modern and traditional. The traditional hamburger I ordered was unimpressive. The chef decided to dice onions rather than slice them, the Swiss cheese is not something that should be on the menu, and if I wanted gross yellow mustard I would go to McDonalds. The wheat bun was the only good thing on this American Classic. Although I'd prefer a toasted version. The potato salad side was far too sweet, not to mention looked more like mashed potatoes. The service was fine. A little more thought into each of these areas would go a long way.
Rating: 3 | 06/21/2017 - Faith Harl
Review: The whimsical, upscale ambiance seems to be Wild Fork's main attraction. My favorite dish is their wild caesar salad, which comes with black olives and artichoke hearts for a delicious twist on a traditional salad. Overall, I enjoy coming here, but only every once in a while. Their menu is pretty pricey for what it is, and the desserts aren't anything out of the ordinary. Not only that, but every time I've dined here, I've never been too impressed with the service. Don't be surprised if you see a bunch of staff idly standing around the host stand when you walk in, yet none of them offer to seat or greet the incoming guests.
Rating: 4 | 10/20/2017 - Teresa Green
Review: Excellent location. Food is ok, not my favorite. Good service.