A lovely restaurant, ask for a table by the windows if you want to observe passersby on Dickson Street.
I was in town for business and went walking to find some breakfast. I came across this lovely establishment and couldn't have been happier. The menu was diverse and I chose the ejjeh. It was simple but very tasy. The 2 guitarists playing mediterranean music was a welcome surprise. The food took no more than 7 minutes to reach my... 更多
Food was good, however the management of the restaurant was poor at best. They treated the wait staff terribly, we could hear them yelling at the staff from our seat in the front window.
Perhaps the best weekend Brunch in the area. The food is always delicious, well prepared, and timely. Great wait-staff. My wife and I eat brunch here on a regular basis. Superb!
Graduation day in Fayetteville! Yah! My daughter-in-law made the reservations for the whole crew for dinner after our son's, her husband's, MBA graduation ceremony. Party of 4 adult couples and our 1 year old granddaughter. Food was great with right-sized portions. Service was what was expected on such a busy night, a bit slow (probably unacceptable on any other Saturday... 更多
We were able to phone and reserve our table . The restaurant called back to confirm. We started with the appetizer platter for the table of 4 and it was well received. We enjoyed a bottle of Cabernet. We dined on the pasta special, the pork special as well as the Ahi tuna . I ordered salmon but a tilapia... 更多
Downtown on Dickson is a cozy place for a great brunch. Food was top quality and artfully prepared. Excellent service. We highly recommend this place and will be back when in town again.
Had Sunday brunch at Emelia's while in Fayetteville for a Basketball game. I had the Heuvos Rancheros and they were so good. Lots of veggies with two runny eggs with a side of andouille sausage that was nice and spicy. My son had a Belgian waffle topped with chocolate chips and it was delicious and my hubs had french toast... 更多
Here's the thing: though Fayetteville is Arkansas's largest university city and university cities usually abound in good (and, often, affordable) places to eat representing cuisines from all around the world, Fayetteville has a dearth of good restaurants. Oh, I know: longtime residents will tell you this or that place is to die for, and will send you on your merry... 更多