We came in on a Saturday night wanting to try their reaves about French onion. We ordered two full bowls. They were incredibly salty
!!! Neither of us could finish our soups. I the had the pork chop special with fingerling potatoes and broccoli Nd my wife had the portobello steak. We also got a side of sautéed mushrooms. The pork chop was good but way too huge a portion. I could hardly eat a third. The potatoes and broccoli was really nice. My wife's portobello had an apple glaze on it that was overpoweringly sweet. The show stopper though was the side of mushrooms. I am not sure what they put in it but it was hands down the best mushroom I have ever had. It was also the cheapest item I a $80+ check. I just wish i had ordered sautéed mushrooms for the entire dinner ... Yeah they were that good. We finished off by sharing a creme brûlée which was way too watery.
Overall it was a wannabe good dinner but not worth the price in my opinion, and DEFINITELY not worth the hype.
Seems to be a theme with the Beaumont in Ouray, see my hotel review for more details.
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