About Table 28 - Little Rock
Little Rock, AR 72211
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 6:30p.m.
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Thursday: 4:00 p.m - 9:00 p.m
Friday & Saturday: 4:00 pm - 10:00 p.m
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Live entertainment by local artists on various dates. Call us for up to date performance schedule of our musicians.
Visit http://www.theburgundyhotel.com/restaurant/private-parties-events.htm for information on our catering options.
Complimentary self-parking- user assumes all risks.
-Little Rock Yellow Cab: (501) 222-2222
-Rock Region Metro: Get off at stop at Bank of America at intersection of Merrill & Rodney Parham Rd. Walk two blocks south, The Burgundy Hotel/Table 28 will be on the right.
Bar Dining, Beer, Chef's Table, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Visit http://www.theburgundyhotel.com/restaurant/private-parties-events.htm for information on our event spaces.
Table 28 - Little Rock Ratings and Reviews
My wife and I had never heard of this restaurant and I found it on line last week. The food was fabulous. Each dish had it's own distinct taste. The chef there does a Great Job! The taste and flavor of the food is second to none. The service is also outstanding.
The meal, the cocktails, and the service were fantastic this evening. I ordered the chile reillnos, knowing it would be a simple dish prepared expertly, and was not disappointed. The marrow, the sweet potato soup, the poutine, and of course that amazing cauliflower with manchego cheese were heavenly.
I dined there for a business dinner, and Table 28 was exceptional. Everything was cooked perfectly and tasted great. I must say I've never had a discouraging meal there, and this was excellent as well. Highly recommend Table 28, and I hope to go back soon.
Our server was great . His recommendations were perfect and he was very knowledgeable of the menu. He listened to our preferences and knew intricacies of the menu that made the experience exactly what we were looking for.
Noise level was a little higher than the intimate experience I had first wanted for our anniversary, but we interacted with our neighbors and thoroughly enjoyed our visit.
My wife and I really enjoyed our experience at Table 28. We were seated in a fairly tight corner, and it was a bit awkward until the diners at the adjacent table left. After that, it was a little nicer and quieter, and the view of the room was much less obstructed. I had the duck Breast, and it was perfectly done, very tender with crispy skin. Our server (Jeffry) was excellent, helpful and attentive but not hovering. We look forward to going again and will highly recommend Table 28.
Had dinner there 12/23/16. Absolutely delicious food with super service. Risotto was perfection! Ribeye was fantastic. The duck and sea bass were amazing. Even the wedge salad was out of this world. The only mild disappointment was the mac and cheese, which was good just not great. Our waiter Terrell (sp?) was simply the best.
Overall a nice restaurant, but much too noisy, as my wife and I had to yell at each other to be heard. According to our hostess our 7:00 PM reservation was delayed one hour, because Open Table had overbooked. Food and service were good, but noise and an hour wait make this a restaurant I could not recommend.
Went for my wife's birthday and as usual everything was excellent. Service was great and food was fresh! We took another couple for their first visit and they loved it. One of my wife's favorite local restaurants. Has not disappointed anytime we have been there. Look forward to our next visit.
My boyfriend and I chose Table 28 for a special dinner on a trip to Little Rock based on the recommendation of a friend. While the food was good, the service was indifferent. The server was not rude, but neither was he friendly or attentive. He just seemed disinterested, despite the fact that we were dining early and the place was practically empty. This attitude really took the edge off an experience that I had been looking forward to.
Finally got my husband to try a new restaurant and glad we chose Table 28. Service, wine, food were all excellent. Out of curiosity, I had the meatloaf which is not something you would expect on a menu at a better dining establishment and boy am I glad I did. My husband had their Surf & Turf. I tasted the scallops and they were done to perfection. Highly recommend others to try Table 28. Looking forward to a return visit soon.
Starting at the bar, the cocktail menu has seasonal originals and timeless classics. The bartender had no problem making a perfect Manhattan. Wine list is solid and getting better with the addition of the new manager, who is a certified sommelier. The food, from concept to cooking to presentation, was executed flawlessly. Scott Rains combines ingredients that you wouldn't normally think of serving together, and they come together brilliantly, each adding to the totality of the dish. His time working the circuit in San Francisco pays off, as he knows how to work vegetables into a dish in a way that almost makes them outshine the protein. Table service was very good, but not stellar. This is the only place I can ding them. Everything else was perfect.
The selection of dishes are unique and very flavorful. The chef, Scot Raines, is creative and by far the top chef in town. The wine list offers many very affordable options as well as high end favorites. The wait staff is extremely professional. Table 28 is our favorite restaurant !
This restaurant is in a cute boutique hotel in Northwest Little Rock. We chose the hotel based on the reviews of Table 28. We were not disappointed! We have eaten in restaurants in New Orleans, New York, San Francisco and Table 28 ranks with the best. Loved the cocktails, wine and meal. Dessert was to die for too. The chef should win a James Beard award!!! If traveling to or through Little Rock, this is a must stop! Bartender and wait staff were excellent too.
We ate there twice, first time did not go well. Gave them a second chance as we were staying at the attached hotel, and it was better. First time I asked if a dish was spicy was told no and it was pretty spicy but the worst was as I was sipping my water I looked down into the glass and there was a large dead fly! When I showed it to the waiter, I guess I expected more of an apology than " Well he probably feels even worse about the situation than you do".
They do make an excellent Manhattan in their bar... so maybe skip the water and have that instead :)
I worked in the restaurant industry for 7 years, all through college and law school, so please know that I do not find it necessary to write to someone's manager or owner for mild posturing. I can understand and sympathize that someone may be having a bad night. But the way we were treated tonight by our server was flippant and dismissive and goes well beyond someone being tired or agitated by the events of the evening. The attitude from our waiter was felt within the first few minutes of us being seated at our table.
To start, we were ignored for long enough to have read through and discussed the entire menu before being spoken to. Finally, the waiter said he would be right with us. When we were given some water and asked what we would like to eat, I asked about the octopus appetizer only to met with a blank stare as if I had offended the waiter by asking the question. He simply refused to provide any kind of description of the dish, which seemed odd to me. As a waiter, is it not your job to offer assistance to the customer when they would like to know more detail about one of the dishes on the menu?
A few minutes after we ordered our appetizers, our waiter came over, and with no explanation, proceeded to remove our bread plates. Now, as I said earlier, this is the second time I have eaten here so I was aware of the bread and black eyed pea hummus that is typically served at the beginning of the meal. When I asked our waiter about this he indicated that the bread had been frozen and they were just heating it up. There is a part of me that believes the waiter simply did not feel that we deserved bread and decided to simply remove our bread plates as if they had only been on the table as decoration.
After sending the owner an e-mail with no response, I will not be returning to this restaurant.
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 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.
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