Great service. Wonderful food. Tomato bisque and burgers were great. Best zucchini appetizer I have ever had.
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We went to the Chagall exhibit at Methodist University's David McCune International Art Gallery. The docent recommended that we try ScrubOaks for lunch. The restaurant is a very easy walk from the gallery or you can drive. Our waitress was very attentive and our food...More
A lunch buffet was prepared for my group. The shredded lettuce salad came from a bag, the shrimp in the taco was barely cooked, the fries were cold, the chicken tenders dry! And it was $15! I will not be back.
We recently dined at Scrub Oaks over the holiday weekend. We were very happy to be seated immediately. Scrub Oaks has a very nice decor, nothing fancy and very quaint. Our server was very professional, attentive, and nice. We ordered the pork rinds as an...More
The quality of the food is average. The quality of service can be good or bad, depending on how crowded the place is. They have a trivia night (which we attend from time to time), which is fun, but you have to be part of...More
Bad all around. Bad service (waiter messed up 3 of 4 orders). Bad food (terrible excuse for a charcuterie plate; we could only laugh when they brought out a plate of what looked like lunchable meats and cheese, fuzzy old blue cheese and tried to...More
We had great experiences for evening dinner at Scrub Oaks on a few occasions, but this time we went for a Sunday brunch. Our server mixed up our orders (there was only 2 of us) and we had to trade our foods. The food took...More
Last weekend my wife and went to Scrub Oaks for dinner and drinks. They had a special which we both ordered and it was absolutely perfect. The special was fried soft shelled crabs with two sides. I had the soup and fries and my wife...More
I took my family out to dinner on Friday night. The restaurant wasn't very busy but they didn't have enough high chairs so we had to wait about 30 minutes before one came available which was not a big deal. What did upset us though...More