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“Not easy to find but worth it”
Review of Table 45

Table 45
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Ranked #141 of 1,881 Restaurants in Cleveland
Price range: $31 - $50
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Dining options: Late Night, Reservations
Dining style: Casual Elegant
Cross street: 100th Street
Description: At Table 45, Cleveland's own Zack Bruell tantalizes the senses with world cuisine inspired by cultures now across the globe. Saigon Crab and Avocado Wrap, Homemade Tandoori Naan with Three Dipping Sauces, and Vietnamese Pho are on the groundbreaking menu presented in seven diverse dining zones. At the Chef's Table for eight, you'll watch the culinary team in action in an open kitchen and even communicate with them via microphone to learn about preparation techniques, seasonings and wine pairing.
Reviewed September 19, 2012

This sits inside the hotel at the Cleveland Clinic. You have to wind around to find it, but it's there on the first floor. It is a Zack Bruel restaurant and consequently is very good. Try the skate wing, it is excellent. And the prices are reasonable too!

Thank sprucecreekfly
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Reviewed September 3, 2012

The food was O.K. Presentation was very nice, but there was so much greece both times we ate there. Nice menu. Very pretty room.

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Reviewed August 18, 2012

Very hard to believe that a chef owns and oversees this restaurant. We ate here because it was in the Intercontinental where we were staying. Had dinner on 3 different nights always hoping for a better meal each night. At first we thought we just made a poor entree choice but there was no improvement. Fingerling potatoes were hard as rocks, polenta was warm wet dough, the Chinese pork dish was floating in terriyaki sauce. The Cuban pork dish was overloaded with cilantro and the mussels were served floating in greasy water. The baked potato soup was a milky flavored broth. 3 scallops the size of a quarter for $26. But the Walleye and Char fish were fine. This place could seriously use some help from Trotter and Lagasse. I would not recommend this restaurant. Pay the limo/cab fair and find a good restaurant nearby.

Thank acornsup1
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Reviewed August 17, 2012

Got the chefs table for my anniversary with the 6 course meal an wine pairings. It was totally worth every penny. The chef came in and explained every meal. Every course was delish! The wine went excellent with our courses and our waitress was excellent! We felt like stars for the night. The kitchen is emasculate and the "chef table glass room" was so romantic.. Will be doing that again!

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Thank Captn216
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Reviewed August 9, 2012

Its overstated but the food is good. Do not order the large ahi sushi dinner plate, it's a disappointment. The naan Breads are fantastic, seared Artic Char dinner is just right - mild, yet flavorful. The normal sushi menu is decent for a restaurant that is not a solo sushi restaurant . Salads are good. You will spend about 40-50 pp.

Thank IvebeeneverywhereLV
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