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“menu said 1 fish, only a slice came!”
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Ranked #93 of 800 Restaurants in Asheville
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $30 - $30
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Good for: Business meetings, Local cuisine, Special occasions, Romantic
Dining options: Lunch, Breakfast, Late Night, Dinner, Reservations
Dining style: Casual Elegant
Neighborhood: Downtown Asheville
Cross street: Rankin St
Reviewed November 5, 2012

at that time server said one whole fish as on menu, however, just a portion of a fish came; "menu was wrong, server was wrong." never returned. Others in the party of 6 said food was so-so.

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Reviewed October 28, 2012 via mobile

Went with friends so experienced a wide range of food. Everyone love their dinner. The black kale appetizer is not to be missed. The butternut squash soup was fantastic. The pan seared scallops with brussels sprout leaves, the Hawaiian sunbeam fish, and the antelope steak were all memorable meals. Wine selections are excellent and reasonably priced. The sommelier provided spot on choices for dinner. When in Asheville reserve your table.

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Thank bluelu1951
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Reviewed October 27, 2012

This farm to table restaurant is innovative and fresh.

Order whatever thr wait staff suggests. We ate the scallops and the pig. But the steak frittes looked amazing...

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Reviewed October 26, 2012

After a wonderful tasting at Table during a Eating Asheville Tour, our group of friends had to decided between three restaurants that were in the running for dinner. Due to the James Beard nomination, vegetarian options for one in our group and the small, intimate feel of Table, we decided on Table. Loved the small size and simple decor. The dishes were interesting (I can vouch for the yummy black mashed potatoes). The favorite of the night was the Pumpkin Mousse dessert. Loved the exposed kitchen. Would recommend for a meal whose aim is to splurge, mark a special evening, and/or explore new cuisine / innovative food.

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Thank M A
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Reviewed October 22, 2012

This was another downtown restaurant recommended by our B&B host. It has an interesting set up: upon walking in the door, the kitchen is on the right behind a glass partition, with a flurry of action going on as the restaurant is full. This is not just a show kitchen, it’s the real thing, not as large as you might expect but everything is prepared right in front of your eyes. Very entertaining to watch (if you eat at the bar you can watch the kitchen action while you eat). We had a reservation at 7 pm on a Thursday – don’t think we’d get a table without one. The dining room’s not large, high ceilings, glass front on one side, and glass brick wall on the other. The restaurant has a reputation of serving unusual dishes, and every night the menu’s different. Tonight the strangest item was probably a bone marrow dish. However we went with the less adventurous ones: grilled mackerel, beet salad and country ham (appetizers) served with a very fluffy brioche and pot of mascarpone cheese and jam. To finish we had the pumpkin mousse in a jar (we saw diners at the next table have it and immediately knew that’s what we wanted). Everything was delicious. Delicate but distinctive flavors. The only thing that could be considered a flaw is that the tables are all placed quite close together, especially the tables for two, although not as bad as some other places, it would have been nice if there is more space between them – in our case, we were at a table in the corner, a pretty nice cozy spot, except we did feel kind of boxed in by two other tables right next to us. Overall however, food and ambience wise, it is a very nice restaurant (a bit pricey – order carefully you might be able to get away with $80 for two) and since the menu changes every day return visits are definitely recommended.

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Thank paxa
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