The Wild Flower was a short walk from the hotel where I was staying. It was a pleasant May day, and the outdoor bistro-style seating looked inviting. I took a seat at a table, whose tops had quirky hand-paintings, apparently done by the staff.
I ordered a Moscow Mule. The cocktail was not bad, but is traditionally served in a copper mug and mine arrived in a highball glass. I think that places that try to present an upscale image should pay attention to these details.
I ordered The Best Filet, described as "Grilled to perfection, and topped with a Cabernet butter, accompanied by lyonnaise potatoes and fresh vegetables". The entree was priced at $28. The steak was properly coooked and tender. The potatoes were tasty. Overall, the meal was well-prepared and better than most.
I cannot comment on the atmosphere of the dining room as I ate out on the sidewalk, but overall the WIld Flower was a positive experience.
lyonnaise potatoes and fresh vegetables: 28
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