9595 Six Pines Dr, Ste 900, Woodlands, TX | Directions 7738030.163607 -95.463414
Disappointing! – Our waiter arrived at the table and took our drink order. Half the drinks arrived right away, the others a little later. Red flag, this guy does not know how to serve a table of six simultaneously. I shrugged it off, thinking he was just a little slow getting organized. Wrong again, he never got anything to the table at one time. We sat there for thirty minutes waiting for six bowls of soup. Now I know it does not take that long to plate soup and it wasn't very busy. Finally I walked out to find the waiter and tell him we were really getting frustrated with the lack of service. He said he had just been notified that the soup was ready. In about 5 more minutes in came two servers with 4 bowls of soup and a salad. It was 5 more minutes before the last bowl of soup arrived. We all tried it and it was less than lukewarm.
The plates were cleared one at a time as people finished so the last person eating felt like he was holding up the show. That was me with the salad so I just motioned the waiter to take it so I did not hold up everyone's dinner. About 10 minutes later the process was repeated with the main course. Four of them arrived at one time, the other two had to wait for the next elevator or something. The food was all cold and very lack luster. I got the ribs because the waiter kept touting them. My dog will enjoy them today. They were cold, congealed, flavorful at some time in the past I am sure. We ordered a wine, they only had one half bottle, we ordered another wine, they did not have it. We asked to talk to a wine steward to help with a choice. We were told there was no wine steward. We picked another bottle. The waiter said it was one of the most popular cabernets. We tried it, it was okay. In the middle of the meal, a woman walked up to our table and asked how we liked the wine. She went on to say that is was a new wine for them and she wondered if we liked it? Why had the waiter recommended it? I got up two more times to go find the waiter. As before they cleared plates as people finished. This time my husband was the last, eating his meal while everyone else had already had their plates removed and in fact my doggy box had already been placed on the table. That was the promptest service we got. I won't bore you with the rest of the details. We will not be returning!
A Favorite for Sure!! – IF only 1 thing is on a menu that I don't like then it must be a great restaurant! Wonderful rib-eye...I would get the rib-eye over the prime rib!! I've always wanted to try the prime rib (bc everything else is so awesome) but I cannot get away from my favorites! All the fish dishes are great! The tuna and rib eye---and of course the WinE!!
Definitely my favorite place – Not sure what all the complaints are about, we've been to this Jaspers over a dozen times and NEVER had a bad meal. I always get their filet and baked potatoe, my husband has had their peach pork tenderloin, BBQ ribs and their salmon. His favorite is the pork tenderloin ... and he's not a pork fan. Their martinis are the best!!! This quickly became our favorite place to eat! Too bad they had to do away with the complimentary valet parking, it made it easy to make reservations for 7pm on a saturday and not worry about parking at Market Street.
Great Food Unprofessional Waitstaff – Wanted to try this place for some time now and finally decided to try it last week. The food was excellent, the restraunt is very clean and for the area and atmosphere really not as pricey as rumored. The problem started when my wife went to the restrooms to freshen up. She was forced to listen to what she thought was a distrssed customer arguing with some guy named EJ. My wife being church going woman was very imbarassed to described the language she endured to me. Her real amazement came when the girl stormed out of the stall revealing herself as part of the waitstaff. She did not bother to wash her hands but with a filthy mouth like that what good would it really do. I liked the restraunt but I doubt I'll gamble going back.
Not That Great of a Deal – I had a similar dish at Zoe's in Houston. 2 shiskabobs shrimp $10.95...excellent(9 out of 10 on taste)...
one shrimp and pork shiskabob at Jasper's $24...(6 out of 10 on taste)
Food is great, patio is romantic at night! – I've been to Jasper's a few times. I love their brunch! Try the crabcake benedict with a mimosa!
The food is good. I've had the lemon range chicken with corn risotto - it's great. A very large portion too. Mkae reservations on the weekend. You'll need them or expect to wait at least 45 minutes to be seated.
They have a large patio with heaters and a fireplace. It's a great place to hang out late-night on the weekends, with a date or some friends. They've been doing half price bottles of wine on Sunday's, which is a great deal! Last time my Mom and I went, we drank a bottle next to the fireplace. It was really nice.
Overpriced and terrible – December 13,2008- Extremely Disappointing-Prime Rib 16 oz.
My wife, daughter and I had dinner at this over priced establishment this past weekend. I had the 16 oz prime rib my wife the trout and our daughter childs chicken fingers. The best dish by far was my daughters meal. Oh, forgot mentioned after being seated and after ordering it required over 45 mins. for the meal. The Prime Rib was so salty I couldn't eat it, they brought another one out, smaller but not as salty as the first, I did finish it but still not even close to what I expected for such a high dollar piece ($41) of meat. Afterwards I found out the Prime Roast is "Salt Packed" over night. If the menu or our waiter had mentioned this I would have been chosen a diffferent entre. My wife Trout wouldnot have been good even at half the price. Disappointing, to say the least. $175 not well spent. Won't go back again, and have already told others to stay away unless high priced bad food is on their list.
Worst Prime Rib in my life!!!! – Our seating for our reservation was about 30 minutes late but we had a nice private room that more then made up for our wait. We were anticipating a delicious dinner knowing that their web site said that they served prime cuts of beef. I asked the waiter if they still served Allen Brothers steaks here like the Plano restaurant. The waiter told me they quit serving Allen Brothers steaks after having problems with them. That should have warned me about my upcoming meal.The wait staff took very good care of us but the food was absolutely horrible. My wife's ordered their award winning baby back ribs but they were served warm, not hot, and there was so much spice in the sauce that her lips burned when she ate the ribs. I ordered a 16 OZ rotisserie prime rib and was anticipating one of the best prime ribs of my life. I guess my expectations where too high because when my prime rib was served I took one bite and it was barely warm. I sent the prime rib back and when it returned it was covered with at least a cup of some salty beef sauce that covered the prime rib and was swimming all over my plate. My prime rib was not recognizable and the taste was horrible. To be exact, this was the worst steakhouse meal I have had in my life. I did not eat my prime rib and my wife who did not eat her baby back ribs took one taste of my prime rib and did not want any of that either. The Yukon gold baked potato was also just warm and besides that it was also the smallest baked potato I have ever seen in my life. After the dinner we ordered Irish Coffees but they were out of whipped cream but gave us the drinks anyway. Irish coffee is not Irish coffee without whipped cream. Our bill was over $1,500 for inedible food. This was really disappointing as there is a Jaspers in Plano and had our meal here been good we would have loved to take friends to the Plano restaurant. I can assure you that I will never eat here again and I will tell everyone I know about this terrible experience.
If you dont know then you are truely missing out!! – What a wonderful place. I walked in and was greeted by two well dressed friendly hostesses. They sat My friend and I down where we had requested with no wait. Our server (Sheryl) was top notch, she was well informed, pleasent, and accomadating. Since it was our first time in she went over some of her favorites on the menu, by the time she was done we wanted to try everthing. We decided on the Maytag blue cheese chips, (A must even for the no blue lovers) Ribs (of the Gods), and the Salmon. Everything came out very tasty, hot, and timely. When we finished our entrees we were too full to eat any thing else. Sheryl suggested that we drink our dessert in form of a triple chocolate martini. (OMG!!!! two plz!!!!) This place is great for any one who wants great food in a upscale comfortable setting, or is just in need of a little slice of heaven in a martini glass. ;-)
Favorite Restaurant in Austin too! – I was thrilled when I was visiting my brother in Spring Texas that there is Jasper's in The Woodlands. We have one in Austin and it is my new favorite restaurant. We started with the Ahi Sashimi, it was great, so we got another order. For dinner this time I tried the Texas Peach Barbecued Pork Tenderloin WOW. it was excellent and cooked perfectly at medium. My wife had the Salmon and my brother had the chicken. It was all great.
The waiter was very knowledgeable and we tried some of their specialty martinis. After dinner we hung out in the bar and watched the Olympics on the plasma televisions.
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