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Risotto's MedRim Bistro

9830 Gateway Blvd. North, El Paso, TX, 79924
(915) 755-1246

Created by vandrade

Restaurant Details
$ ($0 - $14)
Fun, Romantic, Business
Not Required
Monday - Saturday 11am - 11 pm

Sunday 11am - 9pm
Location & Nearby Info
Risotto's MedRim Bistro
9830 Gateway Blvd. North
El Paso, TX 79924
(915) 755-1246
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Reviews & Comments
Feb 27, 2009 - Kamme

This was one of the worst restaurants I have ever eaten at. From the hostess, to the server, to the awful food. Don't take a chance on this place as I did. You will be sorry. It make me sick to even think about this restaurant!

Feb 21, 2009 - osohandy

We (I'm never alone at a restaurant) have eaten at this location twice. Having tried the Risotto's in Las Cruces, we wanted to see if the menu was the same here in El Paso.
I'm not a big fan of Med-rim. (look at a map of the Mediterrean Sea and and the countries that border it and you'll know what Med-rim food is.)
But our choice wasn't disappointing.
We had a lunch serving of Lebanese Sirloin Skewer, two pieces of sirloin on a....uh...skewer with bell pepper and onion. Well seasoned and a bit garlicky but not objectionably so. The sirloin was tender. Garlic mashed potatoes accompanied my meat dish and my wife had rice with hers.
We each chose a house salad for a dollar extra. The salad, a small plate of vari-colored Romaine was worth about 99 cents.
Our server demonstrated a forced friendliness.
Would I recommend Risotto's? Yes, if you're into MED-RIM.

Nov 22, 2008 - pookdbear
make up you mind

The food was a mish mash of styles. The Greek salad was a tossed romaine sprinkled with kalamata slices and feta crumbles. The wine was tolerable for $4.50 but they were charging $10 and up for a glass of name brand wines. The servers were harried. The noise levels were almost to the point cacophony. When we arrived, the hostess was talking to an employee not seating customers and there were ten or more people lined up most who hadn't been tended to. We will not be coming back nor will we be recommending Risottos to anyone we know.

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