Bad VS Bad. The food is boiled, Yuck. They are way overpriced for a meal that you cook your self. Dont even bother to go there. Check out all of the reviews first. As for desert, just say no, 4 pieces of fruit is not desert!
not woth it. over priced, poor food at best. Dank and musty smelling. Save your time and mony boil your own food at home. My wife even cook better that that.
Perfect Celebration. My husband and I chose Clayton location to celebrate our one year anniversary. He made a 9pm reservation and we were seated immediately. He had requested a private booth, which was in a corner w/ a heavy curtain to shield us from the restaurant. We loved it! There were half a dozen roses waiting for me (preplanned) and they were no more pricey than roses at Valentine's Day. Together we ordered the Big Night Out (Classic Feast) and devoured every single morsel of all four courses. It was fun to do it ourselves and control exactly what we were eating. We also ordered a bottle of wine for the meal. Overall, we spent (food, roses, wine & tip) about $150 but it was worth EVERY SINGLE PENNY of the check. The ambiance: perfect. Waitstaff: excellent. Food: Ill be back! (Town & Country Location)
Jason Politte. I had been hearing about this place for a while..... and let me tell you it exceeded all of our expectations!!! It was such a romantic place for my wife and I to enjoy our anniversary, she loved it. I highly recommend it for anyone. Great food, great atmosphere, and great service. What else could you want? We can't wait to come in with a group of our friends!!!
Joe Bloomkist. The service was slow and the food cold. I was not impressed by the taste either. The place is nice butt not worth the price they charge.
Romantic to say the least.
I search for months for the perfect romantic resturant for my husband's surprise 50th birthday. I reserved the private room and we dined upon the "Big Night Out" (which could feed 4 people easily). Our private room consisted of a small booth closed off by a curtain.
We giggled, laughed, sipped wine, fed eachother and kissed in our privacy. Yeah, it was pricey, but was well worth the special occassion. Nothing in St. Louis can compare to the experience of the Melting Pot. And try the dark chocolate with Grand Marnier. To die for!! We dined at the Clayton location, not the Delmar.
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