@Burnie: LOL Just making a point that if you're going to try to make people WANT your food...don't use crappy pics like the one in this article!!
Sheesh... shameless plug much?
I like that avidity
My husband wanted to try this place a couple of weeks ago, but we decided against it when we couldn't find a menu online. I'm glad we didn't go!
Argggg this is really bothering me; it's "coarse" not "course." Course is a noun and a verb, coarse is an adjective.
My one gripe with May's current menu is the change in waffles since their opening. They use to be larger with deeper crevices. I assume they have changed their waffle irons in the intervening years.
@AzNative hahahahahahahahha! that's the funniest thing I've heard in ages. What a great way to start my day.
I sent an email to the restaurant when I couldn't find a menu on the website. I got an email in return that offered to read the menu to me over the phone if I called. Really?
The $300 you fatuously spent on a single meal could easily support the monthly living expenses and tuition of a student who's studying at a fine school of nursing in Nogales, Sonora which is just an hour's drive south of Tucson.
Their $8 happy hour includes a choice of entree (an entree, not an appetizer) as well as an alcoholic beverage. Both together were $8. I thought the pulled pork sandwich was very good, and the servers were very good, despite being busy. I would never pay $66 for a steak, but I'm cheap.
We eat there maybe 3 times a month, always with friends and always with wine. Fine real food, swell service, quiet so you can converse, and very sensible prices.
this review was written over two years ago. You're just now reading it?
I love mamas, the big kahuna plate is fantastic and the service is always great, at the rancho sahuarita location at least, lanis luau is amazing as well, the owners moved from Hawaii and started that little joint I think about 5 or 6 years ago, very authentic and very tasty, definitely a good place to eat at a pretty decent price.
Ew, honestly has anyone seen this place? The decor is terrible. I mean really, did they he get a good discount on the royal blue carpet? Fake wood and everything. The beautiful terra cotta that was formally inte building was muh better the food was outstanding. At five palms everything is cheap and discussing. Waste of time and money. Not to mention terrible service. DO NOT GO!
Was at Bob's Chop House at Tucson National last Saturday - 6-7 bone rack of lamb 60 bucks. Best meal I've ever had in ten years in Tucson, And very nice wines (Chalone Pinot) 11 bucks a glass.
We went. I give the whole complex 9 months.
I love this place..I have had a great experience everytime I have been there. With prices like these it gives people a lot of room to complain. .but just like any other place in the world its operated by HUMANS and a place that big is gonna have some errors along the way. Its always slammed packed full of people and im sure they will do well.
Im just glad at least one person mentioned Ghinis ((<3))
Ouch!!! I love true fine dining, food graced by a wizard and an experience which absolutely includes impeccable service. I would gladly pay for such an experience.. Am sad to say that I don't think I will spend the too many dollars for a gamble here... Oh well maybe wait a bit more to see if they get the kinks out...Tucson has really great food, so don't give up on our great local eats xo
Acacia down the street is 100000000000x better!!!!!
We, two of us, ate at Fleming's last week, for the first time. We had a good time, a great dinner, and a fine martini - for half the price of 5 Palms. Yes, it's a chain, but the local folks that work there sure are nice.
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