Make reservations! Fresh made soup is to die for. Always great prime rib. Fine dining in an obscure location.
1 - 10 of 309 reviews
Good food, excellent service and they have a nice garden feature as well. Afternoons are a bit more reasonable with the prices. It is very cozy in the areas of the restaurant. It is a house turned into a restaurant. You will enjoy your food,...More
Great food and service. Our waitress was very attentive to our needs. The restaurant is very unique.I would recommend this place very highly.
Probably the best place to eat in Casa Grande. The food is very good, service is great and the atmosphere is wonderful. Very unique dining at reasonable prices. We had prime rib that was done to perfection with a wonderful taste. The coconut shrimp is...More
This is a very unique and outstanding place to eat. Old style dining in a restaurant that it laid out as if you were eating in an old Southwest home. Food was superb and service was without a blemish.
This is a very unique restaurant in a historical home with an outdoor cactus garden patio! The food is extremely good and fresh. The soups here are freshly made each day, so there isn't usually the same soup each time you go. I had the...More
The food, the service, the ownership are all MOST EXCELLENT! My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed this place. We started with fried zucchini, followed by soup for him and a jicama salad for me. The main course consisted of petit filets with a vegetable medley...More
What a great find! Place has a great history which is written in the menu. House that was converted to a restaurant decades ago. Also has a cactus garden to stroll through and a museum with all kinds of artifacts. Family run and very friendly....More
I had an excellent lunch at BeDillon's this past week. It was my first visit to this restaurant and I will definitely be coming back again. I had the fish tacos with a side salad. The tacos were great with lightly breaded fish on a...More