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ClosedOpens at 17:00
$$$$ Price range per person $31-60
7125 E 5th Ave #31, Scottsdale
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Scottsdale, Arizona, USA

Planning your trip, pay attention to House of Broadcasting and remember to decide where to eat: this restaurant is right aside the mentioned place of interest. FnB may please you with nicely cooked smoked salmon, lamb and dumplings. Many people point out that waiters offer tasty pudding, lemon pie and vanilla ice cream here. Good wine, beer or champagne will make your meal even more delicious and you'll certainly come back. It is cool to try delicious chocolate frappe, tea or bread drink.

The convenient location of this place makes it easy to reach even in rush hours. The high ratings of this spot wouldn't be possible without the professional staff. Fabulous service is something that visitors highlight in their reviews. Based on the guests' opinions, prices are democratic. You will definitely appreciate the cozy atmosphere and fine decor. The Frommer’s professional reviewers rated this restaurant 2 stars, which means it's highly recommended.

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We went to FnB last week for my birthday.  Our main entertainment is fine dining so we were excited to try FnB.  To say we were disappointed was an understatement.  The food was so horrible I had to send it back.  When I tasted our wine I told the server that I was not impressed and his response was "it's tight and needs to open."  Well, it never opened.  My husband didn't return his meal but said it was dry and too overspiced.  What a bummer of a birthday dinner.
TL;DR: tasty, veggie-forward local spot with hefty portions. Slightly pricy for the area (~$35 pp without drinks), great service and the open kitchen is a delight to watch. On a trip to AZ, I felt like I had to come by FnB given the James Beard award and NYT hyping it up as a Scottsdale highlight. I was able to easily get a reservation one week out for 6pm on a Friday night, and day of I had the option of switching to 6:30pm or 9pm. The menu changes seasonally and it's not as vegetarian as you'd think - more like "vegetable forward" with ~50-60% vegetarian options. Not many vegetarian entrees, but go with a group and you can split a bunch of the vegetable small dishes and leave feeling stuffed (which is what we did). Service was super attentive, bordering on overly friendly for this unfriendly New Yorker. Things we loved: - Heirloom tomatoes with burrata: out of season, yes, but it was so fresh and delicious. - Radishes in date butter: whatever is in the date butter is addictive - Roasted delicata squash: Great pairing with the feta and pumpkin seeds - blue nose bass: my group really liked this, and I thought the chanterelles and greens were delicious Things I thought were just ok: - Portuguese bread soup: The concept sounded great, but was just very salty broth with lots of cilantro and a floating egg. Pass. - Japanese purple sweet potato: I thought this tasted like a very regular roasted yam, and the flavor profile with the chili oil made it feel a little off. My friend disagrees, though - Butterscotch pudding: slightly too much cream on top, hard to actually get to the pudding and the pudding / cream ratio was a little off.
Ive been excited to dine at FnB since I moved to Arizona last spring and finally got a chance to the other night. Unfortunately, I walked away wishing for more after a meh dining experience. My wife and I ordered drinks, Radishes, Broccoli, Squash, Chicken, and dessert. We weren't blown away by any of the dishes but the Squash. Everything else just tasted like vegetables you could make at home. The Chicken dish was good but wasn't $30 good. It was on the dry side and really didn't have anything exceptional about it. We both left underwhelmed and thinking we'd had many better meals in Arizona for a fraction of the price.
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7125 E 5th Ave #31, Scottsdale, Arizona, USA
Outdoor seating Сredit cards accepted No delivery Booking Wheelchair accessible No Wi-Fi Parking No TV
Opening hours
SundaySun 17:00-21:00
MondayMon Closed
TuesdayTue 17:00-22:00
WednesdayWed 17:00-22:00
ThursdayThu 17:00-22:00
FridayFri 17:00-22:00
SaturdaySat 17:00-22:00
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