Very Good Local Restaurant. My husband works on West End, so we met at The Tin Angel one evening recently after he got out of a very long meeting. I had a glass of wine before he arrived, and enjoyed the atmosphere and the bar. They offer a variety of food, and both of us liked what we ordered (beef and chicken entrees). Our server was efficient and friendly. We will go there again in the near future.
Great atmosphere, goo d food..
Wow, We were shocked at the negative comments about this restaurant. In the past, this was always a "must go" place to eat. Recently, we were in the area so we decided to try it again. We had to wait for a table but the staff seemed to try to get us to a table as quickly as possible. Once we received our entrees, we remembered why we always like it there. Both of our entrees were well prepared and well presented. House wine was excellent as was the dessert. Service may have been a little quicker but there is a fine line between letting patrons enjoy their dinner and rushing them.
We really enjoyed our evening and look forward to going back.
I literally just got home from my first time dining at the Tine Angel. i moved to Nashville about six months ago, and live almost across the street from this cozy Nashville staple.( I think it's important to mention that Ive worked at a few restaurant, hosting ect.)
I REALLY want to give this place four stars because my boyfriend and I really enjoy our dinners tonight. I got the seasonal "all in" pasta with a nicely sized portion of malbec, and he got the angel burger with a beautifully rich glass of chiantti. The only food woe we had was the burgers doneness. he had ordered medium rare (I honestly know how a burger should look) and it came out absolutely raw in the middle, I mean unappealingly raw. so we had it recooked and everything ended up tasting great.
Our big complaint was the service, the hostess was pretty rude, she didn't say anything when she set done our menus just smirked and walked away. Our waitress didn't come to our table for almost 10 min. We thought she was haing a busy night, so we let it slide. She hardly paid any attention to us at all, we tried to ask her opinions on food, but I truly felt like I was bothering her, even though this is her job. i understand when servers get busy, but it was a pretty slow thursday night.
I wanted to be treated better by the people there, because we love going out to eat and Nashville, and I myself know how I want paying customers to feel. So please TIN ANGEL MANAGERS, tell your employees to be polite and professional.
The name is the coolest thing about this place!. I'm with so many of the other people...what is the attraction to this place? My family and I were there last weekend for my birthday and it was the most unimpressive place I've eaten in Nashville since arriving last year. The hostess was more than rude, she literally "snubbed" me when I questioned the table where she had chose to seat us. The waitress was nice but dull, unemotional, in fact, the food and atmosphere could be described the same way. All in all, it was just plain boring!
Don't get why people go here.
I've been here a few times. The food has never been good. They skimp on so many things. The front door greeting is so unfriendly. The service is juvenile at best.
It seems a bit dirty and cold on cold days.
We found this place by accident. Touring the south we wanted to expierence the music scene and were driving aimlessly about and ran into a noon time traffic mess. After trying to make a left turn a few times we came to the Tin Angel. The sign "Valet Parking" grabbed my attention and we said "This must be the place"
We had never been in the south or Nashville and were looking for what we thought "The Southern Expierence" was. It was here. Attentive greeting at the door and quick seating even though it was 12:00PM. Wait staff was nice to a fault and made some suggestions for "Southern Food" I selected the Etuffe [ which is not always on the menu] it was outstanding. Not to wet, not to dry and with a good mix of seafood and vegetables. The only thing lacking was a good dry California Chardonnay or Viogior.If I ever get to Memphis with a few days we will go back.
More like Tin Demon.
After hearing about Tin Angel for many years I finally decided to give it a try. It sucked! I really don't understand why the place was so full, unless it's just a typical Nashville networking spot.
The wait was ridiculous. It took forever to finally get out food, and when it came it wasn't all that. And, for the price, both the quantity and the quality of the food should have been better. Lookin at the portion size of my $14.95 entree, I began wondering if I had ordred an appetizer! Additionally, they don't have anything complimentary. Not even bread. We just sat there waiting thinking that surely a place like this would at least bring you some bread to eat before your meal, especially if you have to wait so long for your food, but no!
The service was lame too. Even after we were seated and were waiting for eons for our food to arrive, the waiter did not once stop by our table to check in on us or let us know what the status of our order was. We even had to ask for refills on our water.
Anyway, Tin Angel sucked! I don't recommend it. Save your money and go somewhere else; where you'll at least get some bread or chips while you wait on your food, and still not have to pay as much as Tin Angel. I know I'm NEVER going back to this miserable place.
The Caddyshack Crew on Acid. The Tin Angel is what happens when people have more money than they have sense, but I guess even the hoi-polloi need a place to cackle about sprouts and balsamic vinaigrette. The menu at this dump is ridiculous and the only people who go there more than once go because they think they should. I went one Sunday for lunch and thought I?d stepped into a Fellini movie. It was the ?B? list from the Swine Ball. I didn?t even know dead people could eat. Except for people who wear tennis sweaters in June, no one in their right mind would go to this place.
Great date spot.
Tin Angel is a great Nashville restaurant.
The food is fabulous and reasonably priced. Few other restaurants in town are as fun and delicious as this one. Everything on the menu is fresh, and I love that the menu is constantly evolving. I particularly love the bowl entrees.
The food is not Tin Angel's only highlight; the service is impeccable. All of the servers have been incredibly familiar with everything on the menu, and they have all been exceptionally accommodating.
Great date spot!
Delicious Food. I took a group here on a business dinner and it was fantastic. I'm quite picky too. Being at out-of-towner, I relied on city search, as I ususally do. I was very pleased. My entire party enjoyed their food. (I highly recommend the goat cheese salad. Yum.) Other than being cold when the door was opened by a patron, I was very pleased and will go back again if I'm ever in Nashville.
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