We keep returning. It has become our favorite place for breakfast. Classy & excellent food but not over priced. The biscuits and gravy are the most flavorful I've ever had. There is regularly a big crowd on weekends.
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Had dinner at the Green Gateau based on prior reviews of the restaurant. We found that it was well represented with ratings a little better than our experience. Delightful atmosphere. It is fairly small and not formal. The service was friendly and good. The food...More
My wife and I go here for anniversary or special occasion dinners. It costs a little more but well worth it in terms of food quality and service. The menu has items you don't normally see in most restaurants, and the ambiance is great.
After a few months of avoiding the Green Gateau I was encouraged by friends to join them for lunch. Nothing has really changed, an overly ambitious menu with tolerable food. I had the French onion soup, a B+, and crab cake appetizer as I did...More
We arrived on a Sunday afternoon. We had made a reservation and I was told my husband had arrived and was in the "waiting area". We walked back to said area yet saw no husband. After ten minutes or so I returned to the host...More
I stopped in for lunch/brunch on a late Sunday morning and was told there would be a 45 minute wait. It was a little disappointing as I was excited to eat at the #1 rated restaurant in Lincoln :( I asked for a take out...More
Had eaten dinner here before during the week, so decided to try the brunch on a weekend. Unique food items on the menu were appealing. Will return to have lunch.
Ate lunch here today. The food was good but a little overpriced I think. Also it was much noisier than I expected. Had trouble carrying on a conversation. Parking is a problem also. Parking lot is very small.
We had one night in Lincoln found the green on TripAdvisor. The other reviews are accurate. Lobster bisque seems odd in Nebraska but they do it so well without a heavy cream consistency. The lightly breaded fried frogs legs matched with 3 sauces is a...More