I visited Lili's Bistro twice while visiting Fort Worth, once for lunch and once for dinner. Amber was our waitress at dinner and provided exceptional service, and she answered all questions helping us to choose our meals. Food was terrific as well. We were given attentive service and the meal progressed at an enjoyable pace. When we stopped by for lunch, once again the food was amazing. The server, while giving attentive, prompt service, was obviously told to turn over her tables quickly. We had eaten about half of our food when she stopped by the table asking if we were 'still working on' our food. We aren't slow eaters, and it was interesting to note that tables who had had their food longer didn't seem to be getting the same hassle. They had a large number of folks waiting to be seated, so I certainly understand not encouraging patrons to linger over a third cup of coffee. We were not offered any refills of anything, and we left our table just as soon as we had swallowed the last of our lunches. But it was unpleasant being hustled along. Management might want to reconsider pushing the servers to push the patrons.
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