The place has been closed for 3 or more years. I will not be participating in any reviews in the future.
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Unknown reason, owner closed very wonderful restaurant. It had great atmosphere and food but I guess was not profitable.
For a University small town the fine dining is non-existent. But Shiloh's is definitely a cut above all the rest. I had the pork chops which were tasty but a bit dry. My family all had a filet and really enjoyed that dish. Nice wine...More
Macomb is a bit of a wasteland for restaurant dining, but Shiloh's is making an effort to elevate the experience. A varied menu (although many dishes are gimmicky) and a decent wine list. Truly lackluster salad that was overdressed browning lettuce, but served with a...More
We were pleasantly surprised at this small town bistro. The food was absolutely delicious! The menu is worth a look before eating here. We wanted to order one of each! We started with the Pork Cheeks appetizer which was delightful for our first taste of...More
Everyone knows that Fathers' Day only exists in the shadow of Mothers' Day spotlight. But, the folks at Shiloh's have brightened the stage. Today, my Father's Day celebration at this eclectic bistro was as outstanding as was our Mothers' Day experience there last month (expect...More
As transplants from a Chicago suburb to the culturally limited plainness of West-Central Illinois, we are rejuvenated with every visit to Shiloh's. The inviting, sophisticated ambiance, the gracious finesse of the staff, the cosmopolitan flare in plating and presentation and a unique menu selection are...More
We moved to Macomb from the East Coast and find that there are few places to eat that we actually enjoy. This is one of them. It's got great atmosphere, hosts the occasional Sunday brunch (which while everywhere in civilized parts, is as rare as...More
Shiloh's offered an upper class meal and atmosphere in macomb. Our party of three enjoyed a ribeye and two filet mignon. We were presently surprised by the seasonal menu offering fish, pasta, a variety of wild game, and salad choices.