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“Lunch”
Review of Wild Flower Bistro

Wild Flower Bistro
Ranked #12 of 46 Restaurants in Delta
Price range: US$3 - US$15
Description: Bistro fare. Casual.
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Description: Bistro fare. Casual.
Reviewed 29 October 2016 via mobile

Had french dip and my wife had a salad. Food was very good. Definitely the best in Delta Colorado. Service was good. Plan on going back for sure.

Thank Jeffrey B
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dreamchef305, Owner at Wild Flower Bistro, responded to this reviewResponded 30 October 2016

Glad to have you! Thank you for your review.

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Reviewed 20 October 2016

The food was not fresh. I had the Benedict and it was a mushy potatoe cake that was very brown on the bottom, topped with a flavorful ham slice, poached eggs just a little too runny, and a packaged sauce. It was a mound of yellow goo. No plate appeal or garnish, lacked salt and the sauce had no lemon flavor as described. The place had a old sewer smell and that should have clued me in to leave. Our waitress was great and checked on us. This dish was 10$, so I felt not a bargain considering the lack of taste.
My friend had the chicken salad sandwich and was disappointed. It was 1230 when we left and we had only seen 3 other tables. Must be the food! They need Gordon Ramsey to visit.... it has so much potential.

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Reviewed 2 October 2016 via mobile

First off I think of this place as more of a diner than bistro. The waitress was nice enough but the bacon came out overdone and the portions were a bit small. The oj comes in a 3-4 oz glass so you have to ask for a refill every few minutes. Cheap scheme on their part to try and give you less overall by hoping you get tired of asking for a refill. The biscuits and jam are good.

Thank John B
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dreamchef305, Owner at Wild Flower Bistro, responded to this reviewResponded 30 October 2016

This review was exeedingly whiny and uneccessary.

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Reviewed 23 August 2016

My family all ate breakfast here. My wife and I shared the eggs benedict and our kids shared the croissant style french toast. It was all fresh and tasted great. Glad their is a place like this in Delta! We have told everyone to go here! Worth the little extra $ per plate to get real fresh food!

Thank matlujan
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Reviewed 16 July 2016

We previously ate at the same location -- the BrickWall (or BrickYard?) about 2 years ago. The food was very good but the establishment was having trouble that day -- something(s) broke in the kitchen and wait times were ... well, excruciating.

The Wildflower fortunately is speedier -- mostly. What is unfortunate is that most people remember THE LAST THING about a place, and although I'm pretty certain the waitress (and one other helper) knew I was ready to leave (we had THREE DOGS in our truck parked (in the shade) out back, and were really anxious to see to them!) -- the waitress spent perhaps 20 minutes on other errands. I personally left (!) to check on the dogs, etc. and my wife paid the bill.

Oh: the food? atmosphere? not bad. My wife had "the special" which was a frittata? or some breakfast specialty -- with chorizo and she said that it was good, but not great. My panini (portobello, cheese, eggs) was a convenient sandwich, and I would probably order either it or other interesting items off the menu if and when we're there again. Decent wine, cider, beer selection. Good coffee. And "the atmosphere" was pleasant.

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Thank tiburondelnorte
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dreamchef305, Owner at Wild Flower Bistro, responded to this reviewResponded 30 October 2016

We have nothing to do with the previous business.

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