The Slow and Savory Review
For all of its fluff and bother about being unique, Frontier remained firmly on the side of average on just about every level. Service was a tad rushed (once the mimosas were finished, no one ever came to see if they would like a second, but bus boys were always on hand to clear empty dishes straight away), the interior didn't quite match the sophistication of the menu (both Our Ladies decided it was most definitely meant to please more masculine tastes), and though the choices sounding varied and interesting, they proved to be nothing more than...well...just your average brunch. Bunny decided that the next time she found herself craving some big game, she might as well go out and shoot it herself.
The Short and Sweet Review