It's been a while since our previous visit to L'Attitude, primarily due to travel and other appointments that have hampered our local dining opportunities. But this week, with family visiting from our of the country and a good friend celebrating a birthday, we made time for dinner out to celebrate.
I must say I'm a bit puzzled by a negative review here from earlier this year because we found the service, food and ambience to be as good as ever if not better. Although we had not made reservations, we were quickly seated at a large table for our party of five and drink orders were taken while we looked over the menu. Lots of good choices -- some had full dinners, while Mrs. OJ and I cobbled together a filling meal from the huge selection of starters.
We shared artichoke dip ($5, with plenty of pita bread for dipping!), crab-stuffed mushrooms ($6.50), 3 scrumptious BBQ pork sliders ($4) and two very ample fish tacos ($4.25). We had intended to order a salad, too, but good thing we didn't -- we could barely finish our appetizer plates they were so filling.
Our guests were equally happy with their choices: A large rib-eye steak ($24) with huge baked potato and fresh broccoli side; a bowl of pasta with a Sicilian sweet pepper sauce ($15) that more than satisfied the big eater in our group; and a grilled salmon special ($22.50), beautifully cooked and seasoned, moist and flavorful the way NW salmon should be.
Unfortunately, we were much too stuffed to consider their (usually) tempting dessert menu. Maybe next time.
Best of all, the prices do not do major damage to the budget. Including 6 drinks and a tip of a bit more than 20% -- service was exemplary -- the total tab came to $28 per person. Great value for the best dining in Dallas!
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