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RJ Tao

Cafe
5501 Kavanaugh Blvd., Little Rock, AR 72207 5501 Kavanaugh Blvd., Little Rock Directions
+15016030080
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About this Business

  • Cuisine
    Cafe, American, Seafood, Steak
  • Price
    $30-$50
  • Cuisine
    Cafe, American, Seafood, Steak
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  • Alcohol
    Available
  • Good For Kids
    Yes
  • WiFi
    Yes
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44 Tips
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Report | 6 years ago
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Report | 6 years ago
I had the Walnut Shrimp with rice noodles; it needed a sauce and a vegetable, and the noodles were really dry. BUT the steak my friend ordered was cooked to perfection.
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Report | 7 years ago
Loved it!!!
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Report | 7 years ago
Great now that sushi has been added to menu!
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Report | 7 years ago
Service was very slow and there weren't many people dining during Sunday brunch. Food was too expensive for the small portions and poor quality.
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Report | 7 years ago
Love this place. Went for the first time last week, been 3 times since.
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Report | 7 years ago
Service was slow. They only started lunch about two months ago. Owner has another restaurant down the road that is a Sushi fusion Japanese.
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Report | 7 years ago
Wonderful food! Great service! Thank you.
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Report | 7 years ago
I stood at hostess station for almost 5 Mins & called to actually get seated. Food was quick but more customer attention at the front is needed.
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Report | 7 years ago
The waitress gave plenty of werewolf slaying tips to go along with my purchase. The information was solid, but seems impractical.
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From Our Editors

The chefs at Cafe 5501, formerly known as RJ Tao, cast a large net to serve a diverse menu of exotic global cuisine in a sleek, eye-catching dining room, creating a dining experience that earned praise from the Arkansas Times and Arkansas Online. The dishes show off influences from all around the Pacific Rim, whether it's cheese fondues with melted gruyere and emmenthaler swiss from France by way of Vietnam or malaysian roasted lobster seasoned with lemongrass and thai basil and served with pineapple fried rice. Entrees show off a variety of unique game, including Australian kangaroo served three ways: as a wok-fired tenderloin, fried inside wonton skin, or ground into burgers that the Times said had "an extremely lean texture and a flavor that was wild and almost tangy; it was rich and gamey in the best way possible." Guests can enjoy flavors from closer to home with certified-Angus steaks and parmesan truffle fries made with hand-cut kennebec potatoes and shaped like local high school mascots.

Bartenders shake up a variety of house cocktails in the technicolor light of the lava bar and pour more than 50 different wines available by the glass. A behemoth buddha statue dominates the dining room despite the ever-changing LED lights that decorate booths and private tables hidden inside round alcoves. Each Tuesday and Wednesday night, live jazz music fills the air to entertain guests lounging on red and white yin-yang ottomans and gazing at the flat-screen TVs that hang above the bar.

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