About Table 28 - Little Rock
The Burgundy Hotel introduces Table 28, serving Modern American Cuisine featuring Executive Chef Scott Rains.
Chef Rains is proud to source locally-grown organic produce from Arkansas farmers in his bold menu that showcases his brilliance in working with Southern flair to create a revolutionary take on Modern American Cuisine. Table 28 offers local charm and an approachable elegance that is second to none. Be sure to join us for our Happy Hour Monday-Friday from 4p.m. to 7p.m.
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Thursday: 4:00 p.m - 9:00 p.m
Friday & Saturday: 4:00 pm - 10:00 p.m
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Beer, Chef's Table, Entertainment, Full Bar, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Table 28 - Little Rock Ratings and Reviews
Our steaks were outstanding, prepared ex ...
Our steaks were outstanding, prepared exactly as we specified (medium rare). The house cabernet was a good selection, such that I asked what it was so that I could look for it in my wine store. The service was prompt and friendly. The noise level was not optimal, but perhaps that the consequence of a full Saturday night crowd.
Scott is the most innovative and imagina ...
Scott is the most innovative and imaginative chef in Arkansas. His dishes are unique and delicious. I have never been disappointed at Table 28.
Tonight I had the Rocky Mountain oysters. They were crunchy on the outside and very tender on the inside. The Waygu sirloin was tender and flavorful.
I highly recommend Table 28.
Our recent dinner here was nothing short ...
Our recent dinner here was nothing short of wonderful. Service could not have been better. Terrell was very knowledgeable about the food and the beverages, and he ensured that our dinner was paced perfectly. The décor and ambiance are great. For starters, the companion and I shared the butter lettuce wedge salad. It was a little different than the typical wedge salad, but it was good. The companion ordered the rib eye "fire roasted", and I ordered the sea bass "blackened". Both entrees were great - nicely seasoned and filling. They have a nice wine list. Everything was nicely paced. They set the bar high for the rest of our stay in Little Rock!
The menu was original, inspiring and int ...
The menu was original, inspiring and intriguing. The local farm to table commitment was evident. The execution was on target with the dishes we ordered. The Stickey Toffee Pudding was the highlight of our meal. Our waiter was informative and entertaining. He was clearly a fan of the chef and was able to describe the food and educate us on the sourcing and cooking techniques. The overall experience rivaled any we have had even in NYC. We highly recommend this restaurant for anyone who wants high quality food prepared in exciting and pleasing ways.
Lovely Find in Little Rock
We dined here for my step-mother's birthday. I was from out of town, and wanted a nice food-driven experience to celebrate. After a few false starts regarding the proper wine bottle, our service was very good and the food delicious. Will definitely try again!
That was the best meal I've had in a lon ...
That was the best meal I've had in a long time! The drinks were great and the food was beautiful as well as delicious! The restaurant atmosphere was very nice and calming! Terrell was our waiter and he was excellent! I've already recommended Table 28 to many of my friends, young and old! Keep up the good work, we'll defiantly be back!
occasioin was wife's birthday
She had a difficult time with your menu as did others we noticed. Our waiter was not much help although another waiter at a different table was. My food was very good but her steak although good was over priced when compared with Longhorn Steakhouse. the cheese cake was mostly crust and little filling
The food and service were great. The Bibb lettuce wedge is wonderful! My husband had the sliced duck breast and declared it delicious as was my filet.
Only hesitation is the noise. The hostess said it does get noisy on Friday night. Restaurant is very good so we will go back on a week night.
Great mothers birthday dinner
We were celebrating my mother and my mother-in-laws birthday. The food and service were outstanding, even remembering to bring out a dessert for them to celebrate the evening. Some of the favorites were the quail lollipops, the mushrooms, eggplant and beef dishes. Wonderful night and will definitely return again.
Wonderful food. Kitchen and service were ...
Wonderful food. Kitchen and service were a little slow. Renovations are nice but left us sitting way too close to a couple next to us. Also apparently having issues swing reservations from Open Table so we almost did not get a table. Also very loud.
I came to Little Rock for business with colleagues and was in town just one night. I had looked online for restaurants close to our hotel and decided to book a table at Table 28. The menu was eclectic and had something for everyone - the vegetarians and meat eaters, and the foodies and the less adventurous eaters alike.
The service was excellent. The waiter was able to answer any questions we had about the menu and made recommendations based on our preferences.
The food was phenomenal! I had farro risotto that was hearty and creamy...utterly delicious. My meat eating colleagues also enjoyed their meals as well as desert. Though we didn't have cocktails (only wine), there were some one the list that looked good. They had an interesting selection of bourbons as well, which we did partake in after dinner.
If you're in Little Rock and staying west of downtown I would highly recommend dinner at Table 28.
will try again
First time to dine here. The food was of a caliber that i will give Table 28 another chance. the seating was a bit awkward. the couple next to use was wedged into a small corner and we were right on top of them. Very noisy as well and the entrees took too long to come out. Long enough that my wife declined dessert (first time in our 23 years of marriage). But the food was excellent and that is what we came for.
The Best in Little Rock!
Table 28 is by far our favorite restaurant in Little Rock. We have been dining there since it opened a few years ago, and it is just as fabulous as our first visit. Chef Scott Rains is on top of his game from starters to entrees, and he is the best pastry chef in town, too. We take our family, our friends, and go on romantic dates there. They recently renovated the dining/bar area and it looks awesome. I recently had a pork shank which I am still dreaming about, and do not get me started about the mac and cheese with crispy chicken skin, the mushrooms with red wine and mozzarella, and the quail lollipops. The spinach salad with sweet breads is a rich treat. The kale caesar is also tasty. My absolute favorite dish is their brussel sprouts flash fried and served with bacon, which would make even the pickiest diner go back for seconds. Other faves include the cauliflower with manchego cheese, the beef carpaccio, and the mushroom farrow risotto. The service is always top notch. This is a local business that really strives to keep their customers happy, and we love the personal care. DO NOT pass up the pumpkin sticky toffee pudding. Lovely wines and cocktails, too. This place has it all!
Table 28 always rises to the occasion
Table 28 is hidden inside the Burgundy hotel in the Market Street area of Little Rock. With a creative menu and a well-developed wine list, it is a must for foodies. Try the calamari appetizer (or the artichoke dip or the quail lollipops) and the cioppino entree. Nothing on the menu will let you down.
Amazing food, seats a bit close.
Wonderful food. I'm still dreaming about it. My only complaint is that our table was literally 12 inches from the next couple's tables on both sides. It was a bit close for a romantic dinner, but the atmosphere was romantic and felt special.
Great Food and Unique Options
I arrived on time was seated promptly. A little tight for dining and as a single gdiner for the night I did not feel private but on display. Nicely decorated seating area for the majority but could be broken into nooks somehow. Not too big for sure and quiet in the unique hotel Burgandy. The waiter was friendly and was well versed in what was on the menu and the substitutes for the night for seafood not flown in. The menu had many options and unique flavors with a few for the less adventurous. The prices were average to high for gourmet size meals. I really enjoyed the unique appetizer of beef tongue prepared like corned beef with fried chicken skin and sauce. The 3 large maine seared scallops with tiny brussel sprouts, over beef cheek and hmmm I forgot risotto or creamed potatoes with horseradish?! It all was excellent and I loved the experience. I hope to return and did enjoy it all. Three scallops seem high for the price. I do see the personal attention and little customer volume so I do understand how you may need to recoup the expenses though. Thanks!
I had read several reviews about this restaurant and was really looking forward to trying some unique cuisine. I ordered the bone marrow, which was amazing, the spinach salad with sweetbreads, which was just okay. And for main course I ordered the squid ink pasta with bass and a spicy red sauce. This is where my dining experience went bad. This dish was practically swimming in olive oil. There was so much oil in this dish it was literally floating all over the bowl. I tried to stir it, push it aside, and even eat around it. It was quite simply just a bad dish. I am not saying that I would never eat there again, but I certainly would never recommend this dish or ever order anything with pasta from here again in fear of having the same experience.
The entire group of 6 thoroughly enjoyed ...
The entire group of 6 thoroughly enjoyed the dining experience. We all tried various tastings and dinners, and were really pleased with the ingenious combinations and food preparation. What a great dining experience!
We went to celebrate two birthdays.
We went to celebrate my husband's and a friend's mutual birthday. The other couple had never been there. After dinner the first time couple was thinking about others that would really enjoy TABLE 28. They are planning to bring a foodie business associate for an evening at the chef's table.
Small plates are delicious!
Three of us dined at Table 28 this week, and our experience was fantastic. Our server was exceptionally knowledgeable about the menu. We ordered some of his suggestions (butter lettuce wedge salads, small plates -- shrimp and grits; quail lollipops) and were very pleased with the serving sizes and the delicious food. I enthusiastically recommend Table 28.
Very disappointing food & service
We were excited to try Table 28. Other than 2 appetizers and a free dessert for the birthday of one in our group, we agreed the $65 per person (incl. tip, with 1 bottle of wine and no additional desserts) was a waste of money! We dine out regularly, and although cordial, our waiter, Jim, was among the worst we've had. Several requests had to be repeated and twice-one of us sat waiting for a requested or ordered item while the rest were eating. It was not a busy night and the waiter was minimally apologetic, then continuing poor service. The skate fish was so salty-even salt lovers disliked it. The entrees were unremarkable, particularly for an upper end restaurant. If we ever return, it will be for appetizers and dessert. What a shame!
My boyfriend requested Table 28 for his Birthday, and being as we had not visited before we were pleasantly pleased with the snug coziness of the restaurant. The staff were friendly and helpful, and the food was very delicious and well presented. I am glad to find this small gem of a place in Arkansas and it is really a shame that Little Rock and surrounding area's do not provide more dining experiences similar to Table 28. We will visit again if only to hold up the bar and sample some of their lovely appetizers.
A Gem in Little Rock
It is sort of unusual to find high-quality, gourmet type food in Little Rock. While there are definitely good restaurants, they tend to be somewhat predictable in serving good, but traditional food.
Table28 is more like San Francisco or New York City, with a southern accent.
For example, the Shrimp with Cheese Grits and Bacon is unusual, delicious, and addictive!
Ditto for the Lobster Mac n Cheese... just great.
The steak was quite good, and for dessert, the S'more is fantastic.
Our evening, a week day, was fairly quiet in terms of noise; conversation was possible, which is a plus in a trendy place.
The service was extremely prompt and courteous.
We loved our dinner! Creative, tasty, very satisfying!
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