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Posted by A Consumer on 05/16/2012
We went on a Saturday afternoon, and loved the food especially the Mac balls for appetizers. I will definetely go back!
Posted by Linden on 01/01/2010
We lucked out on a visit to the fabric stores right at brunch time. I chose a vegetarian omelet--tender, the veg just al dente, and the sauce perfect. From a friend's chilaquilas I sampled, the chef has what it takes. I'm not a fan of hovering wait-staff so having to flag down someone for a question or a check takes last place to great food, for me. Give it a try if you are like-minded!
Posted by russkar on 10/13/2008
We went for the first time last week and it was really good. I'm really surprised at the high quality of food products used and the tastes.
Posted by Charmed on 05/15/2008
I would have to disagree with the last couple reviews. I have now been to Tiara Cafe twice and have found both occasions well worth the trip. I really enjoyed the food (I had the goat cheese pizzetta and the second time the farmers market salad) and both meals were delicious and filling. The ambiance is mellow and relaxing and the service attentive. The price range was reasonable as well. Overall, it was a great experience and next time I hope to come for their champagne hour. This place deserves a try.
Posted by Go elsewhere on 03/13/2008
I really wanted to love the food at Tiara Café, but was disappointed at everything I tried. The skirt steak salad, which came highly recommended, was not good: the lettuce was pale and lifeless, the steak was clearly not seasoned and tasted like it had been cooked several hours earlier and left to dry out on a windowsill. Others at my table expressed dismay over their bland and/or small entrees. The service was chaotic and careless – it took several minutes for water glasses to show up, and our appetizers sat untouched for several more minutes while we all waited for someone to bring by some appetizer plates.
Posted by Downtowner on 03/01/2008
one saturday-sunday quirky male brunch server takes service to a level that far surpasses the shoddy food at this joint. the other servers border on mentally challenged and i have sat at a table where three out of five plates had fatal flaws (with fred eric in the kitchen!)... I am a big fan of the FRED ERIC empire and i consistently give this place more chances (than it deserves) but as of yet they are still missing the mark and lack ution. The space is nice and the market is, eh. They're serving dinner now... so lets see what happens.
Posted by Sande on 12/07/2007
A lovely restaurant with friendly people, delicious food and a nice aptmophere. Can get a little loud with a big group, but always fun. Highly recommended.