Wild Flower Restaurant & Catering serves Saint Louis, MO and is located in the 63108-2104 ZIP code.
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If you're feeling hip and European, grab a sidewalk table and order a double shot of espresso at T.J.'s Wild Flower. Its prime location at the bustling corner of Euclid and Laclede, in the Central West End, ensures… Read Full Editorial
good vietnamese food by L P via Insider Pages on 12/7/2008
good food. the interior is very nice. there are not usually too many people there so it is generally quiet. the food can be a little pricey at times.
Good Night Out by Garinda47 via Citysearch on 10/5/2008
I've never eaten dinner at this restaurant but it is a great place to got for a night out. Vibrant, friendly atmosphere. There is no blaring music or flashing lights but it is still very hip and the crowd eclectic!
Great food and atmosphere. by Tantam via Citysearch on 7/22/2008
Love this place. Best food in the CWE. The golden chevre salad and the garlic chicken are favorites. I bring out of town business associates here all the time and always receive outstanding service and fabulous food.
Blossoms into an increasingly foul restaurant with each passing day... by konabean7 via Citysearch on 7/13/2008
The service here is awful. The servers have NO clue what is on the menu...nor do the chefs. I took my parents who were visiting from out of town to this place for Sunday Brunch (I'd already had one bad experience here but figured maybe it…
Disappointing by coopstlou via Citysearch on 7/1/2008
I took my family visiting from out of town on Saturday, 6/28/08, and I was embarassed and disappointed. I bragged about the dining in the CWE and ended up having to apologize. Let's start at the beginning. We were seated fine and gave…
absolutely awful by herberg75 via Citysearch on 1/27/2008
I ordered the goat cheese pizza for $10.50, which is advertised as thin crust, with marinara sauce, with goat cheese topping. I was expecting some artisan crust and great toppings. What came out of the kitchen was awful. The pizza round…
No Thanks! by jglisen via Citysearch on 12/17/2007
Thought we'd try something different for Sunday brunch, bad idea! Although our server was pretty good, the food was far from it. I was told that the feature french toast was actually just regular french toast. It came out very soggy…
The food was a little heavy. While the salads... by MeghanK via Menuism on 9/3/2007
The food was a little heavy. While the salads were excellent, the rest of the meal lacked strong flavors....
It's a rare find by sasquatch61 via Citysearch on 11/10/2005
despite the girlie name the food was killer and the service was excellent. Everyone there was the epitomy of hospitality from the host/manager guy to the busboy. It's a rare find to have night out and spend it so well. Apparently, they…
A wild mistake. by new2stl via Citysearch on 10/12/2004
I used to think fried calamari was fool-proof: here, the appetizer was soggy (the only crunch was from a clump of cajun spice mix). The mushroom appetizer was better, but heavy and uninspired. These appetizers were $7-10 each.
Yummy! by saintlouis via Citysearch on 1/20/2004
TJ's is one of my favorites! It is best in the summer when you can eat outside. However, the Chevre salad and homemade potato chips are year-round favorites! The eclectic menu is varied and interesting enough to make me a "regular" here.