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Best BBQ Ribs!. It is a gem in Los Altos
LOVE THIS PLACE.
We live in Reno, but whenever we are in the bay area, we eat here. The chicken breast was my favorite until my daughter told me to try the ribs. Now it will always be the fall off the bone and tasty ribs. Love the potatoes, cornbread and the drinks :)
Service has always been tops
Amazing place to eat. Los Altos Grill is the best place to eat on the mid peninsula. Everything on the menu is amazing. The ambiance makes it an ideal place to hang out and enjoy the night.
Good Food/Service just okay... Food is good here. Love the chicken and the salads. Great wine list! Waiters/Waitress are wonderful. Hostess' not so much. Not a good place for kids though.
Unless you like being treated like dirt and paying a high price for it...Don't Go!!. All thanks to our horrible Server I will not return to this restaurant (and I used to love this place). Our Server barely spoke to us when she arrived at the table. She spoke just enough to get our drink order (not asking about appetizers) and then prepared to bolt. My sister stopped her and she mumbled them off as quickly as a rodeo auctioneer might sell a horse and then took off without allowing us an opportunity to ask more about the specials. She mentioned Scottish Salmon (now maybe I am a culinary moron but this was the first I have heard of Scottish Salmon). I didn't know if it was a designation of where the Salmon came from or if it designated how it was prepared. So, when she returned with our drinks I inquired as to what Scottish Salmon is. Her answer...a short laugh clearly letting me know I was an idiot and then a reply of "Salmon". No kidding? Salmon means Salmon? Huh! I finally got her to tell me how it was prepared and she even treated my like an idiot for that. From that point on we only saw her when she dumped off our appetizers, when she happened to pass by and we stopped her for lemons for our fish and ketchup for the kids fries and when we told the Hostess that there was a hair in my nephews grilled cheese sandwich. Oh and when she picked up the check. We told her we didn't need change but she was so busy running off that I guess she didn't hear us. Obviously, she didn't like our tip because she dumped the change that we didn't need on the table and took off without a thank you or goodbye or anything. I think she was lucky we even tipped her 18% but being that I used to be in the serving world I have a hard time tipping under 20% normally. Although, I couldn't bring myself to give her 20%. This place used to be fun to go to with great food but the hair in the kids meal and the horrible Server is enough to stop me from ever going back. I also intend on telling everyone I know how horrible it was. I'm definitely not going back!
Don't waste your money on this place.. The beef ribs had hardly any meat on them. The vegetable platter was below average. The corn was charred but not cooked enough. The food doesn't live up to the high prices. Don't waste your money on this place.
Prime Rib is Fabulous!. I love the U shaped bar and the dim lighting. The Prime Rib is huge and delicious! The salads are yum yum as well. It's a very hip place that seems often crowded and a little loud, but I personally think the food is worth all of it. The service has been fine every time we have been.
Good food and atmosphere, but very poor service. Beer selection is criminally bad..
I had been to this place a couple of times two years ago and experienced questionable service. My wife and I recently dropped in again to find that if anything, it's gotten worse. I rarely have a problem with service at a restaurant, but our waitress was condescending from the moment we sat down. Making me ask three times and wait 20 minutes for my beer also got us off on the wrong foot. Then, after she took our order, we literally saw her twice. We needed more water and were trying to order more drinks, which translates to easy tip money for a server, but no help was in sight. Then she tried to rush us out with the check. Over all, a very strange experience.
The salads and entrees (ribeye and sliced lamb) were good, but you can certainly find better food for the money in this area. The oreo dessert lacked imagination, but satisfied our sweet tooths. The menu is a little sparse, but that's not a big deal if the food is good.
The beer selection is one thing that floored me: I think they only offered three or four beers, and nothing dark. First, that's pathetic for the bay area, regardless of the type of restaurant. But even worse is the fact that this place specializes in meats, and serves a lot of red meat. How can they get by without serving ANY dark beer? Another very strange part of the experience.
After my third dining experience here, I really don't see any reason to ever go back.
The meat-heavy menu is big and hearty, and the clock is emblazoned with the words, "Time to eat.".
This hotspot serves sophisticated American cuisine in a Craftsman-style bungalow. A rotisserie cage at the front of the restaurant fills the air with the smell of Western beef back ribs and herb-rubbed chicken.
Bandera County, in Texas Hill Country, has been dubbed the cowboy capital of the world. But the grub that Los Altos rustles up is hardly the cuisine of the Old West chuck wagon. The young professionals who throng the U-shaped bar are equally focused on the cakey skillet cornbread, grilled artichokes with remoulade, and the oversized house margaritas.
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