Five-star Chef Ivan Flowers is the new owner of Fournos Restaurant in Sedona. Chef Flowers offers delicious Mediterranean food and a boutique wine ... More
Five-star Chef Ivan Flowers is the new owner of Fournos Restaurant in Sedona. Chef Flowers offers delicious Mediterranean food and a boutique wine list. Dine in a fun, intimate setting and discover for yourself "The Little Restaurant with Big Flavor." The service is friendly and efficient and round out a great night out.
Told us meal was available, then came back and said unavailable. Served our dinner 1/2 hour after all the others were served. Claimed credit card machine was broken;strongly doubted it was true.
Food was worth about 1/3 the price charged.
All in all a fairly unpleasant, overly expensive experience
The first time we went to this place it was good (2004), then last year (2005) it was horrible. The owners are arrogant and cocky - the food (lasagne) was horrible. After eating one bite and asking for something else, she had the audacity to charge me 50% and grabbed my plate, taking it back. NEVER AGAIN! The second plate was skimpy and poorly prepared. BEWARE -- expensive place existing on the coat tails of its past history of pomp.
I have eaten in Greek restaurants all over the U.S., Canada, Europe, and even Greece. This was the most disappointing! The appetizer was delicious, but a very small amount for $4.95.
Next came the Greek salad that was undoubtedly the worst Greek salad I have ever been served even counting non-Greek restaurants.
Not only was it very small, but it basically was some lettuce, two tomato slices, a sprinkling of feta cheese and one of the famous home-made olives. The entree consisted of three tasty, but tiny lamb chops along with a type of noodle with a tasty tomato sauce. No vegetables! The bread was excellent. I left so hungry that I ate leftovers immediately upon returning home.
My family and I planned this special dinner for our last night in Sedona. We made reservations at our resort via a personal presentation by Mrs. Fournos. Unfortunately our dinner and service were below average, at best. To top it off; when our dinner ended; we were informed that their credit card machine had been broken for days, and we would need to pay with cash or check. As it was our last day; I needed to leave my family at the table, and go searching for an ATM. All in all; a bad experience. We should have been warned prior to dining about the credit situation. I could have tolerated the inconvenience, had the food not been a disappointment. Save your cash, and go to Jose's Cafe; it's nearby, and much tastier (at half the price ) !!!
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