Raleigh >Food & Dining > Frazier's
Check your bill before you leave!. Our server added a nice 'tip' to our bill that we failed to notice until the day after.
frazier's is closed - try midtown at Northills. Fraziers has closed & the company that owned it is putting a new place there. They will serve tapas & small dinners.
The best in Raleigh.
I can't imagine the people who wrote negative reviews are eating at the same restaurant. Jeffry, the head chef is outstanding! If you are looking for meatloaf and mashed potatoes, you should look elsewhere but if you are interested in elegant seasonal fare, then this is your place.
My wife and I have been coming here regularly and all our "foodie" friends agree that it's the best restaurant in Raleigh. Make sure that you set your mind for a relaxed dining experience - not that the pace is slow - it's just that you will want to savor every bit and every sip. You will find the menu varied enough to account for wide tastes but it is not vast. The selections are obviously prepared with great care and served with equal attention.
Don't miss the duck and goat cheese gnocci - it's the stuff dreams are made of - if you dream of fine food.
Frazier's is like having The French Laundry in our own back yard.
Fantastic. Have been twice and love the experience and food both times. Unbelievably accommodating. Still dreaming of the dinner I had there months ago!
Great dining spot!. I've been hearing about Frazier's since I moved down to the Triangle but never made my way over there. I finally got to this past weekend and it was fantastic. Not only was the food tasty but also creative. The service was friendly and prompted. The portions were a great size and the price was cheap compared to a lot of the higher classes restaurants in the Triangle. An overall great dining experience and I am looking forward to eat there again.
Excellent dining, great customer service!. We went for a special Mother's Day brunch and were not disappointed! The food was absolutely incredible - the steak melted in your mouth and we have never eaten such fresh produce at a dining establishment! We had exceptionally good service and the management is very accomodating and pleasant, but not in your face. I would highly recommend a visit if you want a relaxing and wonderful meal. We will chose to dine out less often to go to Fraziers just once!
Always a wonderful experience.
I've never written a review for Citysearch before, but once again I had a great dinner at Frazier's last week and am writing to encourage anyone passionate about food to give this place a try - especially if you've read recent negative reviews.
The service at Frazier's is stellar. The entire staff simply seems to want you to have a great time enjoying their food. They are extremely helpful and knowledgeable. They take pride in the menu and will advise if you're unsure, suggest wines if you ask ... and if you absolutely know what you want, they will back off, yet always remain attentive. Uniquely, the staff at Frazier's seem to have no 'ownership' over tables, and you might have the bartender or another server stopping by at some point - always just when you want them to: clearing plates, replenishing drinks, discussing food or drink, and generally making sure your needs are met.
The food is out of this world. The menu is always changing, and always short: handful of appetizers including a few soups and salads, two or three pasta dishes, and a variety of fish, meat, and fowl entrees. I'd like to expound on my dinner last week (pate', salad, roasted duck entree, shared cheese plate and lemon pie and chocolate-mint martini to finish) but I'd salivate just thinking about it. The accompaniments to the appetizer and cheese were varied, well-planned and nicely presented. I recommend the cheese, either as appetizer or dessert.
What I really love about Frazier's is the combination of excellent food and excellent drink, served with care and expertise but absolutely without inflation or pretense. This is an elegant yet very comfortable place where I'd gladly bring my parents, business partners, a first date, or good friends for an excellent dinner.
If you love good food, please don't hesitate - just go!
Horrible!. I went to eat at Frazier's with high expectations, but left severely disappointed. The food wasn't anything to remember- it was okay, but not good enough to justify going there. I don't intend to return (it's not worth spending that much!). Don't waste your time here.
Disappointed :-(. I had eaten here almost a year ago and liked it enough to try it again this past weekend. I was very disappointed. I had hoped for a much more creative menu, but it just wasn't. As someone else mentioned, it relied heavily on pastas. The service was friendly...when we could get it. We waited several minutes to be greeted by our waitress when we first sat down, then about 10 more minutes just to get our water. It took us 2 hours from beginning to end and that is not because we were enjoying ourselves lingering. In fact, the cramped, stuffy atmosphere made it a relief to finally get out of there. The food was average, and for the money, it was definitely well below average. And, the portions are small so we both left slightly hungry. From my experience, there are much better places for fine dining in Raleigh. I'd love to be able to say great things about Frazier's, but I just can't.
Not that Great.
Thought it was okay. I had heard Fraziers had a very creative menu, but it wasn't that interesting. The duck was very so-so. Too gamey and not very flavorful.
I wouldn't run away from it, but at the same time, I wouldn't run to it.
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