Food was very good. I had the top choice filet it was excellent .Wife had pan seared grouper she loved it.Server was great. Drinks were a little overpriced. Will go back just probably won't have bar drink.
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The Back Burner has become one of our preferred destinations for a special occasion dinner. Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem like a lot of people know about it. That does make it pretty easy to get a reservation (recommended!). The setting inside an old house is...More
My office has our Christmas party at the Backburner every year and we are never disappointed. This year, I had the grouper with lump crab meat and hollandaise sauce. DELICIOUS! The lobster bisque soup was rich and creamy as it should be. We loved the...More
A good French restaurant of the seafood in the residential area a little contrary from downtown.The waitress is quite friendly, and service is wonderful.An appetizer and a main dish were very good, and meat and fish were the very good taste.Everything was satisfied with volume...More
Their portions are generous, and service is prompt and good. The coffee, a south american blend is quite good. We started with the smoked salmon. It was OK, but insufficiently smoked. You could barely taste the flavor of the wood. I don't know whether they...More
After much thought, we decided on Backburner for a very special wedding anniversary - our 25th. Wishing we had not. I guess you should not just expect a restaurant to treat an occasion as special, but we thought they might so we were disappointed. Also,...More
The last two times we’ve eaten here the food was excellent (ahi tuna) but the service was excruciatingly slow. Took forever to get a cocktail tonight, then even longer to order plus our waiter kept touching his nose which kind of bothered me. Perhaps because...More