Chic spot for Mediterranean food & wine
Mediterranean · Oak Lawn · $$
The team behind much-beloved Gemma, chef Stephen Rogers and wife Allison Yoder, who runs front-of-house, created this Mediterranean-inspired restaurant at the Shops of Highland Park with an emphasis on vegetable dishes (more than 20 dominate the menu), plus lamb, beef, poultry and seafood. The bright, cheery room features natural light, high ceilings and a delicate, understated color palette, all drawing attention to the open kitchen and an all-glass temperature-controlled wine cellar, which houses several Mediterranean wines.
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hours Open Today · 11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
5:00 PM - 11:00 PM
location 4270 Oak Lawn Avenue, Dallas, TX 75219, USA phone +1 214-613-6425 website directions Get Directions
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Google Reviews
There were six of us and the service was not the best, but good. The food was very good. The signature cocktails weren't that good, just average. The reason I am giving this restaurant 4 stars is because of the wine list and the knowledge of the staff regarding the list. We had a Lebanese wine that was recommended for us and it was the highlight of our evening. So, if you are a person into eclectic mediterranean wines, this place is for you.
Howard Fields · May 7, 2018
Love Sachet! Steve and Alison who started Gemma have done it again. The wine selection is unique and the small dishes are great for sharing. We like the assortment of gin tonics. Not a fan of their house made tonic, but they offer other options. The patio is going to be great once they get some tables as it’s large and quiet and opens to the bar. Chelsea the manager and the rest of the staff is very welcoming and attentive.
Mark Rado · May 5, 2018
I know, I know, everybody gives Sachet "5 stars." I suppose I am contrarian by nature, but having read all the rave reviews, I was excited to try this restaurant. I am a hotel concierge, so I try ( and recommend ) many upscale Dallas eateries. A party of three of us ate there last month. we had three entrees and three appetizers. the food was perfectly acceptable, but totally unexceptional. the server was condescending, never introduced herself, totally perfunctory. there are way too many tables in the restaurant, so that you must turn sideways, when exiting, if you are seated against the wall, apologizing to the patrons at the adjacent table, for bumping against them. when we departed, the greeter asked how we enjoyed it. I replied, "not too impressive." He replied, "I understand." he made no attempt to ask what was not right. that vignettte seems to perfectly embody Sachet: "here we are; we're awesome. just read all the reviews. I was hugely disappointed.
Jeremy Pick · May 6, 2018