Our meal was well prepared, we had the New York Strip. The atmosphere was as good as the meal. The staff attended to us often. The location was a little hard to find but it is well worth the effort.
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This is a sweet little restaurant not far from the Tacoma Thursday market. The waiter was attentive and charming. The sandwiches were creative and delicious (even a wee bit spicy). The atmosphere was relaxed and fun. I would highly recommend this experience.
We should have saved our appetites because the food was rich and delicious. We did manage to squeeze in a shared dessert in spite of how full we were, though. (The peanut butter pie --shared three ways-- was really good!) We'll visit this restaurant again.
This is our second visit to the wonderful Over the Moon Cafe, we have enjoyed wonderful service and fantastic food but last evening the musical selection was significantly lacking. In the course of an hour and a half we heard no less than eight Aaron...More
We went here to celebrate our son's return home for the summer. All of us were blown away by the food. The bouillabaisse was superb. My husband's fish dish was incredible. My son ordered two appetizers and he loved them both. The only minor issue...More
Really cute restaurant tucked into an alley. Great food and great ambiance. We would definitely go back next time we're in Tacoma.
This is a chef operated restaurant tucked into a very narrow street (alley?) in downtown Tacoma. It is relatively small and reservations are highly recommended. They make all their own food--think pasta and ice cream. Delightful service with just the right amount of attention. The...More
This was my third visit to this charming bistro and my third time ordering the chopped salad. But the salad this time was unappealing. The lettuce must have been the old white part of Iceberg lettuce. It was rather bitter, but otherwise tasteless. Very disappointing....More