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We had dinner again at Twin Forks restaurant last night. It is located at 285 and North Turkey Creek. Friday night is prime rib night. As usual, everything was wonderful. Beautiful presentations, attentive service, pleasant atmosphere, and large portions. If you haven't been there already, go. Let's have more reports about experiences at other local restaurants.


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We stopped at Twin Forks for dinner Sunday on our way home from the airport. We hadn't been for awhile. Got into that "it's a long drive" state of mind. SHAME on us.

Our meal was so fabulous we moaned out loud. My entre was Macadamia Nut encrusted Mahi Mahi with jasmine rice on a bed of lobster butter sauce. Each and every bite made my mouth sing. That for $24. It would have cost twice as much at many restaurants half as nice in the city.

Service was superb. Wine was well-priced and perfectly presented.

Makes me want to kick myself for not supporting this restaurant more often. We won't make that mistake again.
If YOU haven't been there, or haven't been there for awhile, get your buns down there and remember why food was invented.
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We eat there occasionally and have been told the seafood is flown in fresh every morning.

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We stopped at Twin Forks for dinner Sunday on our way home from the airport. We hadn't been for awhile. Got into that "it's a long drive" state of mind. SHAME on us.

Our meal was so fabulous we moaned out loud. My entre was Macadamia Nut encrusted Mahi Mahi with jasmine rice on a bed of lobster butter sauce. Each and every bite made my mouth sing. That for $24. It would have cost twice as much at many restaurants half as nice in the city.

Service was superb. Wine was well-priced and perfectly presented.

Makes me want to kick myself for not supporting this restaurant more often. We won't make that mistake again.
If YOU haven't been there, or haven't been there for awhile, get your buns down there and remember why food was invented.
Mrs. BGR

After reading your review I decided to try Twin Forks again. My husband and I took a friend to celebrate his birthday last night. I ordered the Mahi Mahi, my husband had the Beef Medallions, and our friend had pizza. I forgot the meal didn't include salad - should have ordered it separately. Both my entree and my husband's were cold. It was good but would have been better hot. Desserts were wonderful The service was great. Iced tea was $5 - seriously? Next time I go I would probably just order appetizers or pizza and dessert.


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MIRSH wrote:
BeerGodROX wrote:
We stopped at Twin Forks for dinner Sunday on our way home from the airport. We hadn't been for awhile. Got into that "it's a long drive" state of mind. SHAME on us.

Our meal was so fabulous we moaned out loud. My entre was Macadamia Nut encrusted Mahi Mahi with jasmine rice on a bed of lobster butter sauce. Each and every bite made my mouth sing. That for $24. It would have cost twice as much at many restaurants half as nice in the city.

Service was superb. Wine was well-priced and perfectly presented.

Makes me want to kick myself for not supporting this restaurant more often. We won't make that mistake again.
If YOU haven't been there, or haven't been there for awhile, get your buns down there and remember why food was invented.
Mrs. BGR

After reading your review I decided to try Twin Forks again. My husband and I took a friend to celebrate his birthday last night. I ordered the Mahi Mahi, my husband had the Beef Medallions, and our friend had pizza. I forgot the meal didn't include salad - should have ordered it separately. Both my entree and my husband's were cold. It was good but would have been better hot. Desserts were wonderful The service was great. Iced tea was $5 - seriously? Next time I go I would probably just order appetizers or pizza and dessert.

I am curious if your friend like the pizza? We ordered 2 pizzas for take out a long time ago and the sauce was so spicy hot that we couldn't eat them. I've wanted to try again, but their pricing is rather expensive if not good.


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MIRSH wrote:
BeerGodROX wrote:
We stopped at Twin Forks for dinner Sunday on our way home from the airport. We hadn't been for awhile. Got into that "it's a long drive" state of mind. SHAME on us.

Our meal was so fabulous we moaned out loud. My entre was Macadamia Nut encrusted Mahi Mahi with jasmine rice on a bed of lobster butter sauce. Each and every bite made my mouth sing. That for $24. It would have cost twice as much at many restaurants half as nice in the city.

Service was superb. Wine was well-priced and perfectly presented.

Makes me want to kick myself for not supporting this restaurant more often. We won't make that mistake again.
If YOU haven't been there, or haven't been there for awhile, get your buns down there and remember why food was invented.
Mrs. BGR

After reading your review I decided to try Twin Forks again. My husband and I took a friend to celebrate his birthday last night. I ordered the Mahi Mahi, my husband had the Beef Medallions, and our friend had pizza. I forgot the meal didn't include salad - should have ordered it separately. Both my entree and my husband's were cold. It was good but would have been better hot. Desserts were wonderful The service was great. Iced tea was $5 - seriously? Next time I go I would probably just order appetizers or pizza and dessert.

I am curious if your friend like the pizza? We ordered 2 pizzas for take out a long time ago and the sauce was so spicy hot that we couldn't eat them. I've wanted to try again, but their pricing is rather expensive if not good.

Yes, my friend did like the pizza. I think it was steak with gorgonzola cheese. He shared a piece with me and it was delicious. Bread doesn't come with meals. It wasn't spicy.


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