The Old Warsaw

Row 1

Details
2610 Maple Ave
Dallas, TX 75201
(214) 528-0032
Steakhouse, French, American
$ $ $ $
Hours
Mon–Sun: 5:00 PM–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Try the Mushroom Brie Soup - I've just died an gone to heaven. DELICIOUS! #brie #mushrooms @TheOldWarsaw
  • Over priced, average food, and service. 3 stars, out of 5.
  • Such a wonderful historic place! Loved the asparagus soup, fish was tender and so flavorful and the chocolate mousse cake was scrumptious! Service was outstanding.
  • Lobster bisque isn't great but the lamb chops and ribeye steak are excellent
  • Old School restaurant with old-school menu and old customers and attentive but aloof waitstaff. Worth savoring once in a while. Fixed menus have all the fussy classics that no one else serves anymore.
  • Horrible experience. Sent steak back twice. Took over an hour to get refill on our tea and coffee. Given a $10 bottle of wine instead of discount on meal. Del Frisco or Chamberlains for now on.
  • Love the classic old -style presentation of key cocktails and desserts. Bananas Foster is amazing!
  • old school. some complain about the decor, but we found it charming. a classic, romantic place to get a great steak. if you want trendy, look elsewhere. and bring your wallet. $$$$
  • It was soooo good! Atmosphere was good, too!! Try the Grand Marnier Souffl !!
  • Do NOT try the truffled macaroni and cheese! Generic box from Aldi would fair better. Although the rib eye steak was delicious, flavorful and well prepared.
  • Try the lamb chops! Savory and delicious.
  • Terrible, just terrible. Service was the worst we've ever experienced. No one ever refilled water glasses, drinks, etc. Lobster bisque looked and tasted like beef gravy with a little grit in it.
  • Really enjoyed the violin and piano, very romantic place! Reminded me of the scene in movie Titanic:)
  • Place is amazing! Luckily, I get taken out a lot by underwriters for work otherwise I would only frequent this place on special occasions ($$$$).
  • Food is average for the high price. Service is horrible! Waiter didn't know what a Sazerac was and refused to split the check even though he was more than capable of doing so.
  • At $60 per person, you would think The Old Warsaw could afford silverware better than IKEA. Skip on quality there, who knows what else they skip on
  • Ewww, people rave about this place, maybe 50 years ago. So many better places in this town!