I give Hot & Hot an A+ all around. It's the best restaurant in B'ham. Chris Hastings is a master in the kitchen.
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My Wife and I have visited this establishment a couple of times. Our most recent visit was on a Tuesday evening for Dinner. We went to celebrate our Wedding Anniversary and had a great time. Upon being seated, we were welcomed with complimentary champagne for...More
Incredible meal: From service to value to food. It totally lived up to the hype and reviews as one of the best restaurants in the city. The kind of meal that is truly memorable, where the tastes linger and you can still 'taste' them weeks...More
Very good food. We enjoyed outside dining because the restaurant was very busy. Our waiter was very attentive and the food was excellent.
Food expensive. Small quantities. Restaurant loud, We were seated by a large group of Health South big wigs, our waiter forgot we existed when they arrived. Food was bland.
I have dined here on many occasions and regardless of the season Chris and Idie Hastings always create something spectacular and amazing. It is without a doubt one of the best restaurants in the southeast.
My girlfriend and I were in Birmingham for the weekend and, of course, we consulted TripAdvisor for the best eats in Birmingham. My girlfriend had previously dined here and had great things to say about it, so we booked our reservation for the "chef's counter"....More
I know that this restaurant has many admirers, so having heard many good comments from others, I have wanted to go to Hot & Hot for sometime, but it seemed that every time I visited Birmingham, we went to other restaurants. This last visit, we...More
We came as a large group on a Friday night. We had a reservation for 8:15, but unfortunately still weren't seated until about 8:40 (and with 12 people, we were there until 11). The excellent service and food made up for it. The chef came...More
Don't miss out on this one! Even my husband, who isn't near as much as a foodie as I am, loves Hot & Hot, although it took him years to actually try it because he couldn't get past the name. Sitting at the chef's counter...More