So disappointed with this restaurant. Went there on a recommendation from a friend. Over priced food that was over cooked and dry. Had the fillet with cowboy tators. Someone forgot to tell the chef medium rare is not eating a piece of shoe leather. So sad, the ambience was great. oh! and yes tell the family you dont use scented candles in a restaurant. very tacky. The so called prime cuts of beef were really choice cuts, lacked flavor. the sorbet was served in sara lee dried out pastry cup, so sad. Do yourself a favor and eat at Burger King and have a better cut of beef. (joking on that)!!! I pride myself on knowing prime cuts, from wagu to piedmont. please dont stae prime cuts of beef on the menu and serve choice.
My wife and I have eaten in the finest steak houses in America and the honest truth is this is the best we have ever had. If you enjoy Ruth's Chris, Mortons, Flemings, Chophouse, Sparks or any other high end steak house then you will be blown away by the Dutch Frontier. It really is that good.
Service is superb. Wine selection is superb. Ambience is interesting, it's a strange setting for such an outstanding restaurant, but it only adds to the appeal.
Is it expensive? Yes, but no more expensive than any of the above mentioned steak houses. You won't be dissapointed. We never are when we visit the Dutch Frontier.
It may be a little expensive, but it is very worth the drive and the price! The decor is amazing and the player piano just adds to the romantic atmosphere. The food is phenomenal and the service leaves nothing to desire.
The family that owns, runs and are the servers are friendly and wonderful. However, $60/meal which is enough grilled food to feed 4 people seems kind of wasteful. The wine and liquor selection is over priced . . . you can serve a better champagne by the glass than Cooks. If you split a dinner and each have soup, salad, baked potatoe, brioche topped with rasberry sherbet, two can eat for $90 without wine. The decor is western bordello . . .mostly red with rustic wood furniture, a wagon decorated with Christmas lights, neon palm trees out the window and frustrating little white paper doilies that stick to your water glass everytime you pick it up.
It seems a little like an insult to pay that much for Kansas when you are in California cattle country.
A little out of the way. This is a hidden gem. in the least likely of places. They are only open on weekends and you must have a reservation,as the doors are always locked. But for the ultimate in romantic dining and 1st class service. this place is one you'll not regret .
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