Columbus >Alana's-Food & Wine
Nice. Alana's has a relaxed, warm atmosphere and food that exhibited a variety of flavors (good that is). The menu, though not large (more is not always better), does have enough to offer for any type of taste. The salmon was cooked just the way salmon should be cooked and a shrimp appetizer was quite good as well. The service was also very friendly and knowledgeable about the dishes that were offered. They were even considerate of the fact we were in a bit of a hurry and appeared to give our order extra attention. Overall, the dining experience was quite enjoyable and I'd recommend Alana's easily!
Best fine dining in Midwest. Wonderful food. The menu changes frequently so your sure to find somehting new every time. Alana experiments with flavors and capture the best in her ingredients. A great place if your vegetarian or a meet eater. By far the best restaurant in Columbus. As far as anyone saying it takes a long time to get seated, I have never had to wait long and, usually am better accomodated than the average fine dining establishment.
vegans come here. Alana herself occasionally answers the phones and seats patrons. There is a wonderful selection of wines and the menu has suggestions for a wine which would go well with each dish. Wonderful flavors and flavor mixtures from an outstanding chef.
Very Intimate. Very intimate and romantic - nice outdoor seating and the best chilean sea bass.
can't keep the secret. This place is amazing, from the food to the service, it is top notch.
Worth the price. As a poor college student, I don't often indulge in pricier food options, but once in a while I'll save up my money and visit this place. The servers are friendly and the food worth the price. The wine selection is pretty formidable too. All in all, I'd recommend it, especially to those looking to splurge and take a break from a tight budget once and a while!
The only great restaurant in Columbus. In the four months since I moved to Columbus from San Francisco I have been searching for a restaurant to call my favorite. Columbus has a wealth of good restaurants, but they all (Cameron Mitchells establishments especially) suffer from a sameness and lack of imagination I can only attribute to the Midwesterners timid palette. Finally, I have found Alanas: amazing food and wine (thats the whole point!), waiters who know what theyre talking about and gratefully assume you do too, an unassuming atmosphere, and a clientele that looks like theyve dined out more than twice in their life. The poor reviews Ive read on Alanas are no surprise the restaurant is not for everyone. Gastronomes unite! Ill see you up on High Street.
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