So you're in Eureka Springs, it must be vacation cuz you don't just pass through. You're amazed and overwhelmed at the number of cute, quaint places to stay, the curves and hills, and the realization that you really are in "America's largest open air asylum"!
You would probably drive right past this place located on Hwy. 62 as it appears to be yet another small "cottage" venue (which it is) but you need to go for the restaurant! Open Thursday thru Sunday, we were lucky to catch this place last night on the recommendation of the owners of Heartstone Inn, Rick & Cheri.
Summary of quick facts - greeted warmly, seated immediately, service was helpful, attentive, humorous & impeccable. On to the reason you're in a restaurant, the food. Cream of Mushroom soup is famous here; there's a good reason - best ever, not too "creamy", just right with great flavor. House salad is right size with fresh ingredients (tomato - Yum! - watch the Kalimati olives as they do have pits).
Entrees we had were the salmon and the Thai shrimp. Salmon was generous portion with potatoes, fresh roasted carrots and topped with wonderful roasted red peppers. Thai shrimp had just enough heat to keep it interesting but not enough to scare you. Spinach and tomatoes included on a bed of angel hair pasta make for fun taste combinations.
Desserts looked awesome but we went with one not on the menu, a tart ice cream on a sweet merengue. Crazy sounding, crazy good.
Total bill including drinks (one glass of red & one red flight) before tip was only $66. This was a $100+ meal in a metropolitan venue. If you're looking for a 4-5 star experience with table cloths, cloth napkins, excellent wine selection, etc., you should definitely try to get in this restaurant.
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