What people are saying:
— he worst service I have ever experienced. It took 25 minutes to get our first round of drinks and 40 for the next round, while I watched our waiter walk by numerous times. He even stop to talk to them, and take shots with them, but couldn’t be bothered to ask if my empty glass meant I would like another. He could have easily sold me 4 drinks, but only made time for 2 in the 2.5 hours we sat there mostly waiting on him to reappear from whatever party was going on in the kitchen. The food wasn’t good either. My seafood risotto was overcooked, he didn’t listen to my friend when she ordered the calamari and it came out wrong. It was still tough and tasted terrible when it came back out. The salmon was fishy and the cocktails were inventive but not very good. Overall terrible and a complete waste of time and money. I will not be going back.
— Wild Flower looks small from the outside, but has plenty of room once you open the door. I was there early and just sat at the bar. They have an awesome bar tender and the food was better than expected. 5 stars from me.
— We were originally heading to the French restaurant next to it, however it was full, so we thought to give Wild Flower a try and turned out to be really awesome! The seafood related stuff are just great! Tastes very soft and tender. Simply great!
— The location is great, with a really cool patio on a great corner. The food is always pretty decent, though considering they pose themselves as local, it’s odd that they always have an Irish salmon feature. Regardless, it’s a neighborhood favorite. It holds up against its neighbors, Taste and Brassiere.
— We had an awesome time here!!! it was our first stop of many as part of a bachelorette party. the duck and goat cheese fondue starters were both amazing!! dark lit atmosphere, and great service!!!