“Beautiful decor and very cool lighting effects on the wall behind the bar ... efficient and prompt service from wait staff and bartenders ... personal royal treatment ... delicious salads and entrees ... yummy martinis.”
“Did not even get dessert because everything else was so disappointing.”
“We had an excellent drink.”
“The sushi was outstanding and our meal was delicious.”
“The food (from a fixed-price menu) was very nice and left us both wanting to visit again.”
“This is a great restaurant in Buckhead area.”
“At least the food is still great, which is why I go back.”
“Great food, bad service”
“Must have had one to many expensive apple martinis.”
“Although the food is good, the service is impossibly slow and inattentive.”
I can't love this place enough. I wish i could put more stars down for this place...OMG!!!! I'm telling all my friends about this place .I love it soooooooo much!!!!
Bluepointe: Place to Avoid.
I went to eat there and ordered the spring rolls. The menu didnt see the had shrimp and being allergic, i fell quite sick. I asked for the manager and he said he will comp the bill. I thought that was a nice gesture. However, when the bill came, they charged us the full amount. When I asked for the manager, the waiter said he left for the day. Real unprofessionalism! I had to return home and throw up.
Will never go there again..
Need to re-evaluate. Cooking is not just adding condiment. Need to understanding balance of them. Just too much salt in all dishes.
terrific food good atmosphere. Went here for my partners birthday dinner - and was not disappointed. Raw bar and sushi was fresh and tasty. Overall service was good and wine decent. I expected to pay a bit and the bill was about $150 for a dinner for two. The interior was cool my only complaint is the booth table are so wide, instead of a romantic birthday dinner for two you felt a bit like we were looking at each other from a distance and we both were a bit hoarse from having to speak so loudly to hear each other. Would definately recommend it and would enjoy coming back.
BEST MEAL I HAVE EVER HAD OUT AT A RESTAURANT.. I took my girlfriend their for Valentines Day. She got the Lobster and I got the Alaskan Butterfish. It was hands down the best dinner I have had at any restaurant in Atlanta. I will definitely be going there again.
My Favorite Restaurant!!!. This restaurant truly delivers a wonderful dining experience! The dishes that are served are very unique & flavorful--many of them have a Thai spin, which I love! Because I cook frequently, it has become increasingly difficult to find a restaurant that truly impresses me with the menu alone. Often, I leave a restaurant thinking, " I could have made that"...but not here! The Sea Bass is phenomenal & everything else that I have tried here has been creative from the presentation to that actual taste! The dishes here definately have a flare! The staff is also top-notch! They are very attentive, but not to the point of being intrusive...this is the best service I have had in Atlanta! Our dinner took a little longer than normal and the waiter brought us a sample of 4 desserts on the house--all of which were great! I can not say enough good things about this restaurant!
One of the best meals I ever had!. A group of coworkers and I ate here last year while while on a trip to a conference in Atlanta. I wasn't looking forward to it, having never enjoyed Asian food. But, wow, was I blown away. Everything was delicious. I don't remember what appetizer we had, but it was a sampler of different items. I had the filet for my meal - excellent! I cannot say enough good things about this place. The service was great, the decor was wonderful, and we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. However, I would not normally spend that on a meal, but we were on business so of course it was expensed.
Wonderful way to spend a special evening!.
My wife and I decided to do something special for this anniversary, so, since she still had a partially used gift card that she had received as a retirement gift from co-workers last year, we started going through the on-line menus for the Buckhead Life Restaurant Group. We noticed that Bluepointe listed a Five-Course "tasting" with wine pairings. We hadn't tried a meal like that since our one trip to Seeger's three or four years ago, so it piqued our interest. We called the restaurant, and a server, I believe, described the meal in glowing terms. We were sold and made reservations.
We arrived slightly early and were told that a couple of people with earlier reservations were still ahead of us. We went to the bar and made our one mistake of the evening. We had an excellent drink. We forgot we were about to have five wines. From what I could tell, they poured a bit more than half of what one would expect for a normal serving of each wine. That added up, especially after that nice stiff drink.
The first serving was an extra item: a king crab filled omelet appetizer. Next came the first course- lobster won tons - accompanied by a glass of Veuve Cliquot champagne. Of the dishes that followed, quail, Opah (superb fish), and pork tenderloin, each had an excellent accompanying wine, and these wines came from at least three continents. The regular dishes ended with another extra, lemon sorbet, followed by the fifth course, dessert. It was a chocolate souffle with a small scoop of ice cream accompanied by a small glass of muscat. Oh, decadence! We then each had, ordered separately, a double espresso.
The waiter was marvelous: friendly, intelligent, helpful and not at all overbearing. We were never pushed or neglected. He was very professional.
We realize that the meal, in and of itself, was different from the usual meal they serve at Bluepointe, but we'd both like to go back and try one of the "regular" meals. It's got to be good.
Excellent Food, Worth the Price.
My boyfriend and I (both newbies to Bluepointe) had an oustanding meal here for his birthday. We had a nice bottle of champagne to toast the special occasion. The oysters were very flavorful and rich. He had two sushi rolls and proclaimed his spicy tuna roll "the best he's ever had." He eats sushi at least once a week so this is a great review. My butterfish was simply cooked in a miso glaze and tasted delicious. The seaweed salad next to it was a perfect partner.
The service was very good- a bit amusing how many different people stopped by to ask how we were doing- but they treated us to a lovely salty caramel/chocolate birthday dessert that tasted like toffee. Yum.
I also enjoyed the people watching. Since it was a Tuesday night, it was pretty hopping. But not too loud for a date.
We both want to return sometime for sushi and drinks at the bar. Overall, 2 thumbs up. This place is on my list now!
Intersesting Cuisine. Sushisushi21; how does the race of a person affect the quaility of the food that one produces? I am sure that you are obviously not hispanic and therefore must make suhsi very well. Maybe Kroger sushi is right up your alley. Surprising that you couldn't remember the details of the food that much. Must have had one to many expensive apple martinis. I must say that I have experienced many fantastic meals at Bluepointe. The service has always been spot on and a custom 6 course tasting menu is always available which varies every night. The sushi, whicht quality of is usually judged by the freshness of ingredients (not the race of the chef) is some of the best in the city only surpassed by a few. Overall Bluepointe is a very trendy restaurant with a great night scene, but it does back it up with quality cuisine and their AAA 4 Diamond service (displayed in the hall on the way to the restroom). Enjoy.
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