Food was cold and bread was hard as a rock. Service mediocre, cocktails average as best. Overall, weak scores on all counts.
went for lunch, one waiter... clueless about the menu when it came to dietary restrictions. offered me a salad. the least accomodating place Ive ever been to. Service was super slow. My partner ordered a salad that was a sad excuse in my opinion and at 12.00 yet. the size of a small saucer with just mixed lettuce and dressing.... More
Among the entrees at our table was Duck, Trout and Braised Beef. All were excellent. And they all came with sides, you did not have to order everything ala carte. The service was friendly, never rushed. Nicely paced. The server was helpful in choosing wines as well as entrees. We went for restaurant week and some in our party ended... More
A colleague and I ate here on a break from a conference at the Swissotel across the street. I had a great stir-fry dish and the service was good. I'd definitely consider eating here again.
We had several meals here over our stay. Our Christmas Eve meal was one of the best meals I have ever had. Bone-in Fillet Mignon, truffle mashed potatoes, grilled asparagus, crab squash soup, bread pudding and the wine paring. Everything from beginning to end was perfection (our waiter, the presentation of the food, the atmosphere, the Frog water pitcher...) Christmas... More
Weather and tiredness caused me to choose the restaurant in the hotel, but I am glad I did. The food was very good and the waitresses were phenomenal. Of the items tried my favorite by far was the shortrib burger plate. For only $20 it was a good casual meal. The sushi was also pretty good.
We had both a lunch and a dinner at Aria, so we got a nice feel for the restaurant. I'd call it Asia fusion since there are some great sushi dishes as well as a locally sourced, seasonal menu. For lunch I had grilled chicken atop a salad that was huge. I almost didn't need to eat dinner that night.... More
We stopped in here after a day of sight seeing, and loved the interior. The waiter/host was very helpful in selecting drinks and snacks. It was quiet and comfortable. Definitely would return.
I enjoyed my meal here but wouldn't say it was outstanding. I had the seasonal menu which consisted of butternut squash soup, which actually was outstanding. The main was beef ribs, which I found a bit dry despite the sauce. Dessert was the highlight - a pumpkin cake. Service was great - our server reminded me of John Leguizamo. He... More
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