BRIO Tuscan Grille - Plantation - Broward Mall
Service was wonderful very pleasant staff we enjoyed the food
We shared and they separated the food perfectly. They played it beautifully as well.
One of my favorite dishes was changed with the new menu. Pasta Pesto was a light dish with sundries tomatoes and spinach, a light pesto sauce and thin spaghetti. It s now made with thick spaghetti/linguini with gobs of pesto over chunks of chicken. Please bring back original recipe.
Upon arrival we were seated immediately. Our server was extremely pleasant & attentive. My husband enjoyed his pasta bolognese. My rosemary chicken was crispy and had both white & dark meat. It was a tad salty for me but mostly I enjoyed it. Our friends enjoyed their chicken & shrimp dishes. We had a leisurely dinner & were never rushed even though the restaurant was very busy. Nice evening.
The Service was fantastic, the food was fabulous, the decor was pleasant.
Et greatly appréciante good and service we will têt again
Miss the Pork Chops!!! Surprised they were taken off the menu!
I love Brio but the new menu is't amasing, ipeefered the old menu
Food was good and the service was excellent. Liked the old menu better, there were more choices. Was surprised to pay full price for a salad. On the old menu a salad was $4.25 when you ordered a entree.
We have found since the restaurant chain was bought out, portions have been cut dramatically..... enough to find the value diminishing. The Caesar salad was very chintzy and barely had any cheese. The server while nice did not pour the wine and did not realize one of the salads was not delivered. The salmon was okay but the spinach looked “old”. Visual appearance of the plate is important. It seems as if the chefs just don’t care any longer. Anyway, we were disappointed.
The food is always good. The main course is a bit skimpy, but they usually give a lot of vegetables and extras to compensate. The ambience is lovely. The restaurant is extremely clean. I like seeing the kitchen visible. I highly recommend this restaurant.
the food was good but the service not too much
service was slow
we ask many time for bread and water
Service poor and passa vêt notre good. It’s better at your house. Don’t go there but Brio at Gulfstream it’s 100% better!
We have been going to that Brio since it opened a few years ago, but recently the quality of the food, atmosphere & service has declined. This past visit was the straw the broke the camels back. The food was atrocious, the service mediocre and the atmosphere & ambiance has definitely tanked. According to our server, apparently recently Brio has changed owners. Well, all I can say to that is the new management certainly has made a change, and not one for the good. We will not be back.
Just took our son and his girlfriend to dinner before they headed back to school.
Food was good, everybody enjoy their diner. Service wasn’t fast enough as we had kids with us but we understand it was New Year’s Day. Don’t know why your menu has changed, we missed your scallopine and risotto.
the standard of service is falling at this place. used to be have very attentive and good wait staff but on our last visit, we ordered a bottle of wine, and as is common practice when having ordered a bottle of wine (and used to be done even at this restaurant), the server shows the guest the label of the bottle before opening/uncorking it, and gives a small pour after opening the bottle for the guest to say whether the wine from this bottle is fine. However, this time the server just did not care, she opened the bottle and filled up the glasses and walked away. similarly, my wife had requested some crushed red peppers when ordering food, and reminded the wait staff twice thereafter, who promised to get it every time, but it never came. it was really a care a damn attitude, as a result the restaurant has lost a regular patron.
The menu has been changed and I find the selections not as tasty as the previous menu. The bread is still very good.
Food was great but service was a little slow, we had to ask for silverware even after our appetizer came out and we weren’t given small plates to share
Last New Years we had the most amazing experience so we decided to go again this year. Unfortunately our favorite items were no longer on the menu...short ribs and wedge salad. The menu seemed quite limited. I don’t think anything we ordered would be considered outstanding which was disappointing. Hopefully you will consider added some other items to the menu or I am afraid we won’t return.
La qualité n'est plus ce qu'elle était moins de. Noix et moins bon nous avons tous été déçu
i was a regular customer,but since my last visit,last december,what a desappointement,a dish of pate,with seafood or there was two small piece of lobster pasta with eggs,and what about the portion wich was minimal no flavor and a price foaming the $30.00,i asked the waitress to bring us a bread and small croutons,after 3 attemps and 40 minutes later the basket arrived,it was two late too bad because i enjoyed your restaurant a lot,for me it was the las time
sincerly bernar deschamps
Booked the table for 7:30 arrived 15 min early he’d to wait for 20 min. Waiter started out ok but then everything started to take forever. When we were served our main course, mine, the shrimp capri, looked like it had been sitting under the lights for a while and some of the shrimp had that iodine taste to them. We were going to order desert and coffee but it took so long for the waiter to come by again we just got the check and left.
I visited your Brio in Plantation, FL on 12/30 at 7:00pm. I was looking forward to a “pre NYE” meal, as we can’t always afford a more expensive meal. The experience left a lot to be desired. The food took a very long time to arrive and wasn’t worth the wait. Since my last time here, the caprese salad has shrunk in size. They ruined the mushroom ravioli by serving it “cacio y pepe” style, which apparently means that instead of a delicious sauce, it’s served dry with a bit of melted butter and so much black pepper that you can’t taste anything else. The Chicken Milanese was average. I don’t think we’ll be back in the foreseeable future.
My party of 5 was disappointed in the menu change. We all preferred the menu by the previous owners.
Miss the lemon chicken which is no longer on the menu. Lunch specials are pared down but loved the shrimp and salmon. Service is just wonderful
Been loyal customers for years. Loved the old menu with many favorite dishes and friendly staff. The staff is still great but new ownership changed the menu and it is disappointing with poor choices and the items we chose were not good at all. Hope they bring back some old favorites so we can resume going several times a month. The phrase "if it isn't broken, don't fix it" applies here. We know many of the staff and they deserve better before other patrons discover the changes.
Was very unhappy with the change in the menu. Took away the healthy items. In addition our server was terrible and rude
We had our Christmas Eve dinner. It was delicious, well served and we enjoyed our time.
The check in process was very poorly run.
We had reservations @5:30 we came at 5:20, and were told they would seat us in 15 minutes. Only half of the tables in the restuarant were occupied at that time. We were told to sit in the bar area. Nobody came to get us. We had to ask twice to be seated even though there were plenty of open tables. Did not get seated until 5:50.
Was our go to local place, especially since it is a BYO. I'm also a reward member. We were seated near the cook station and could see this entire process I will describe unfold. I ordered the Tomato Bisque soup and my husband a Caesar salad. Both took forever to come and as we watched the Caesar salad ready and the soup not, it appeared that the expediter was not fully in control of the line cooks or the ordering process. When they did arrive the soup was tepid, not not, with a ring around the inner edge of the cup indicating that it had been sitting under a heat lamp, the Caesar salad was not cold. We also noticed both have gone up in price.
Chicken Lemon, which was our favorite was been removed from the menu. It’s replacement - Lemon & Rosemary Roasted Chicken is a scant 1/2 piece of chicken with lemon wedges and a few potatoes which did not sound appealing and should be embarrassing to serve. We chose the Polo Caprese Tender (grilled chicken with vine-ripened tomatoes, the freshest basil, fresh Mozzarella, capellini pomodoro, pesto vinaigrette) It was awful, the only good point was the chicken was tender. There was maybe 2 or 3 very small clumps of Mozzarella, no basil and the pesto vinagrette had no taste. I took about 3 bites and pushed it away - my husband ate it because he was hungry.
The service was OK, seemed like the 'C' team was working.
I’m assuming this is a typical example of corporate making decision based on cost to remove the most popular chicken dish on the menu. But the management on staff the night we visited was sub-par.
Planning of buying a $100 gift card, we decided not to and will not be returning anytime soon to dine.
The food wasn’t hot and had to send it back. The potatoes were not cooked properly. They were too hard.
Good food and location, excellent wait staff, central location.
New updated menu
Better quality ingredients, great presentation!
Highly recommend you revisit this restaurant!
The food was excellent, however our Salmon arrived undercooked at first and had to be taken back to finish. The waiter was too much in a hurry and would hear one order from us and start to take off before another person could put an order in.
Very disappointed. I have been to Pembroke Pines and Palm Beach Gardens. They were top notch.
The service and foid at Plantation were far below average.
* Coffee was lukewarm.
*Spaghetti Bolognese was tasteless as well as the shrimp with pasta dishes. Very bland dishes.
*Waitress never asjed if we wanted bread refill.
*Waitress never asked if we wanted dessert....we did. After asking for and receiving dessert menu we didn't see anything appealing.
*They could not accommodate our RESERVATION for 5 people without a wait. Fortunately, we had a cancellation and ended up a table of 4 which they did have.
We won't be returning to this Brio.
The server wasn’t the greatest. Had to ask for things multiple time. Food took well over 30 mins to arrive to the table after ordering. All the while we saw a lot of our food just sitting in the window.
Jose (our waiter) and the bartender were very attentive.
I go to Brio often, this time we noticed that the menu have change, we lost all brushettas on the menu, we were very disappointed... Also the price of meal has increases... The server made mistake on order, so one of us receive her entree after all the person in our party has finished to eat their entrees. So I will probably go less often now...
I’ve eaten at Brio in Florida and Michigan and have usually enjoyed it. However the food that we had was decent but the shrimp were over cooked and the chopped salad was just okay. No one complained but no one raved either.
It took 45 min to get the appetizer.... and kids meal.!and the place was not full when we arrived. Not conking back and first time therw