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“Nothing perfect about it, NOT family friendly!”
Review of Perfect Landing

Perfect Landing
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Ranked #2 of 184 Restaurants in Englewood
Certificate of Excellence
Dining options: After-hours, Breakfast, Reservations
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Dining options: After-hours, Breakfast, Reservations
Reviewed 7 January 2014

Unfortunately, we have been here several times. When my brother-in-law chooses our breakfast location, this is where we end up. He complains about the food, so I think he only goes because they serve booze for breakfast. This place is not only NOT kid-friendly, but makes it very clear they do not like children, parents, or anyone dumb enough to attempt a meal with offspring in tow. After traveling the world and working in the food service industry for over 10 years, this is the only restaurant I have ever been to with no high chairs or booster seats. That includes 5 star restaurants in Paris, London, Madrid, New York, and Chicago. They don't own a single implement to assist a small child trying to eat in their wide, uncomfortable chairs. I don't get it. Other than that the owner must be some child-hating curmudgeon. The service staff is usually curt at best, snooty and slow is the usual. The food has always been ok. Nothing awful, but nothing worth returning for. Thankfully, our family no longer lives nearby, so I am happy to report I will never patronize this restaurant ever again. The occasional plane is not worth the attitude and mediocre food. Save yourself the trip, don't bother with this place.

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Reviewed 22 December 2013

If you have little kids, then you know it can sometimes be a challenge finding someplace that the kids will agree to. This is one of those places thankfully. It's a little bit out of the way because it's tucked away on the second floor of the Centennial airport but its location gives it a pretty good view of all of the airplanes landing and taking off. There is a bar at the entrance, but the dining area runs lengthwise with the airport so it's kind of hard to not get a view of the runway. The food is a step up from standard American fare - had a California omelette on one trip and a turkey melt on the second. Most of the lunch entrees come standard with some tasty kettle chips. The breakfast muffins are pretty good too.

The only downside is that there can sometimes be a small wait, especially at lunchtime and although the wait staff is friendly, because the restaurant runs lengthwise, it sometimes seems to take them longer to get to you. But if your kids really dig planes (as mine do), it's not as much of an issue.

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Reviewed 21 December 2013

Unfortunately we did not have a good experience here. Part of it was just by chance, but the other part was just blah food. The staff was just very accommodating, and they were really the best part about this restaurant (except, the view...awesome!). However, we were seated right next to Boogie Bob or whatever his name was, and played the piano with a bunch of older mostly drunk people singing....badly. Then a trumpet player came out, and we threw all conversation out the window...he didn't even have a mute (the piece that muffles the sound of a trumpet). Towards the end of our dinner, there were a few rowdy people now obviously drunk, singing loudly.

The food was blah. I had the Hawaiian Mahi Mahi with jasmine rice...the rice was excellent. The sauce was excellent too, however the mahi mahi was not seasoned and didn't add much to the dish. My family members had the Alaskan King Crab, which was already sliced open and ready to eat, however she was hoping to have fun with it by cracking it open herself. The meat itself was pretty dry. They also had the steak, which was overcooked and dry. She had to get some A1 sauce to make it better. My family also had the Chipotle Shrimp linguine, unfortunately it was so spicey they could only eat half of it. We didn't send it back, but I bet if we did the staff would have been more than happy to help.

All in all we're pretty disappointed. The view was great, and the food was edible, and the staff was awesome, but the atmosphere was just too much for us when we just wanted to talk and catch up.

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Reviewed 18 December 2013

Great food with a good view of the Centennial, CO airport. Easy to overlook but worth looking for. Definitely a recommendation.

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Reviewed 30 November 2013 via mobile

We were looking for something a little different from after thanksgiving leftovers. Seated at the window was a nice choice as we got to observe the coming and goings of private jets. We ordered the fried artichoke and the ceviche appetizer. The ceviche was tasty but the artichoke was a little bland. Order the wedge salad it's generous and fresh. The prime rib was well seasoned and served at the perfect temperature. They had several choices of potatoes but no baked potato. No bueno. The salmon Oscar was very tasty and was accompanied by nice sides. Wine choices were good - two glasses of select wines were $9.13. Nice. Desserts were plentiful with a variety of options. Our server was attentive for the first part of the meal, but became a little scarce during the latter half. Overall a good experience.

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