This quaint little eatery's charming and simplistic design will transport you to a quiet and picturesque village in Europe. Flower pots blossoming ... More
Margot Cafe and Bar
This quaint little eatery's charming and simplistic design will transport you to a quiet and picturesque village in Europe. Flower pots blossoming with color, a handwritten menu and oversized sunflowers on the patio complement the simple, white tablecloths and exposed brick walls. Strong country flavors arise from piping hot dishes; there's a menu for each day and season. Try dishes like grilled quail with lentils and braised greens or homemade spaghetti with oven-dried tomatoes, olives, capers and white anchovies. A good wine list tops off the meal.
This is the worst restaurant I have ever been to in my life. My husband and I went there on a sat night to meet friends for a 6:30 reservation. My husband is diabetic and we had our 22 month old grandson visiting us from out of town. After waiting forever for a waiter my husband was getting low in sugar and asked for a glass of orange juice and bread. The waiter seemed to think it was ok to go ahead and pour everyone else'swine or water before going to get something to save my husbands life. He had to start eating M&M's from my purse to keep from having a seizure. Then when it finally came time to order they have nothing for children and I mean NOTHING and not willing to make anything other than the menu. I asked if they could make a grilled cheese,,I mean they have bread,butter,cheese and a pan how hard could it be. But the manager informed me that they do not make grilled cheese sandwiches in that restaurant. Had we not been at the table with company I would have told him very quickly where he could stick his restaurant. By the time the food was ready to be served it was 8:45 over 2 hours from the time we arrived. The wine my friends ordered was $500.00 a bottle so come on you can't get a glass of orange juice or make a baby something to eat. We took our food to go and left. By the way the sirloin steak was so tough my dog could barely cut it and tasted horrible I suppose that's why it is typically served with demi glaze which I chose not to get because I do not care for it. My husbands Lamb Chops were just as bad. The area in East Nashville is supposed to be getting better but I wasn't real fond of the areas we drove through to get there. I would never recommend this restaurant to anyone EVER it's over priced with horrible RUDE service and as far as the foods flavor I would just soon have White Castle. We are very used to going to nice upscale restaurants and my grandson has been well socialized since birth. This place is just horrible
I've been here three times and I have to admit the first time I thought the host was rude and was playing a power trip or something. The food has always been very good to excellent. I recommend going if it’s not a busy night, it’s a tight squeeze in there.
nice surprise,do not let the exterior fool you, server very attentive and gave good recommendations for wine to go with our entree, food was excellent, on a Saturday night you really need to call early for a reservation. Would not take children. We could not get in for Sunday brunch as it is so popular.
First to be seated for Sunday brunch. Long wait for drinks, then food. Server less than attentive, None of the 4 of us were happy with the food. Omelets cooked at too high a temp. causing them to be thick skinned & dry. Breakfast steak was low quality cut of gristly meat, covered in a less than savory sauce.
We had heard good things about this place. But the price you pay for sub-standard food and the chance you take going to that part of town, is just not worth it.
Just think, a new menu every day. Choices are based on the best available products on the market that day and then cooked to perfection. The prices are reasonable and with the ala carte menu you can chose a soup and salad snack at the bar or a full blown 5 course dinner with all the extras.
Speaking of the bar, an extensive wine list with some of the most eclectic choices by the glass or by the bottle. The cocktails are all prepared to order with fresh juices and no premade mixers. The absence of a blender is a blessing in disguise. The only drawback is that there are only 8 seats at the bar and usually it is standing room only for most of the night.
Go for Sunday Brunch if you want great food without the late night crunch - but be sure to make a reservation because it fills up fast.
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