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We had asked for special seating for my father in law who is hard I’d hearing, our request was ignored. Food was mediocre ( my halibut was not thoroughly cooked). Plating was …….. amusing. Just not a great experience.
Had reservation and was seated immediately in the treehouse. Always a very consistent meal. This time we had the scallops, lobster mashed potatoes and creamed spinach. All the food was cooked perfectly and presented on a timely basis. We got a complimentary slice of chocolate...cake that was so rich and creamy. Had to take it back to our room. Wat too rich to eat that night. One of our favorites. The only thing I had a problem with was the dress code was not enforced I guess during these covid times things are a little different.More
Terrible service. One couple came in crutches and they did not let us have the table until they arrived. Food OK. Nothing to write home about. And when we asked for dessert they told us 25 minutes. Will never come back.
Very bad bad bad service
1- They did not want to give us access to have a drink until party was complete.
2- Bad attitude of the manager
3- worse attitude of our server ( Gretta) bad bad bad bad
4- took 1 .5 hours...for the main course to arrive
Bad bad bad bad
I've wanted to try this place ever since I saw it built on television; took me 11 years, but I made it. There was nothing particularly horrible or amazing about our experience. Service was friendly, food was acceptable, pricing was normal. Nothing, other than the...lobster bisque amazed us. It was like meeting a hot guy and going on a date but there was no spark that made you want a second date.More
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It isn’t entirely clear if we were not at our best or MAstro’s was not at it’s best. It seemed like a good idea and and it is a lovely and spacious environment. Ultimately though, despite it being a very swanky mall it is a...restaurant in a mall that looks out onto the mall (as opposed to being attached but without that “scenery”). Staff were very nice and we sat at the bar. Not that you will usually hear me comment negatively about the size of drinks but part of our eperience wa the martinis were so large we were a bit tipsy before getting any food into our systems. I recommend the halibut and the man sitting next to us got a small seeafood tower that had a great presentation (as did our shrmip cocktail) of using dry ice for a smoking effect. Another very charming aspect of the evening was that a man proposed to his fiancée. Very sweet.More
Everything about this restaurant, food & service was superb! There were 6 of us so we had a bunch of things & everything was amazing. We had the shrimp cocktail & lobster bisque soup. The filet, chicken & lobster. Finally we had the butter cake...for dessert. Everything was perfection. The service was on point. The people filling the water were on top of it! Highly recommend. This was one of the best meals we have ever had. Now my 8yr old daughter insists she wants to come back here for her birthday in the summer!More
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Google says Tilman Fertitta, who owns Landry's, is the owner of Mastros. The chefs are hired locally I am sure, but either way they are well trained experts because I got to three different Mastros (Vegas, Corona Del Mar... More
Google says Tilman Fertitta, who owns Landry's, is the owner of Mastros. The chefs are hired locally I am sure, but either way they are well trained experts because I got to three different Mastros (Vegas, Corona Del Mar, Costa Mesa) and they all have the same awesome steak, creamed spinach, lobster Mac n cheese, etc. It is a secret recipe searing the steak at a high temp and then perhaps grill marking it after. Kathy