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Went here on Xmas Eve last year (a few mos late on this review) and had a really disappointing experience. The staff was minimally helpful the whole meal, food was mediocre at best and a dessert / bill mix-up was the icing on the cake....More
Saturday night dinner at Graycliff was great!! Three of us choose to dine at Graycliff on a Saturday night as a farewell to the Bahamas at the end of a weeks’ vacation. The service at Graycliff is second to none! The food was outstanding, I...More
The ambiance and old world charm is delightful, however there were telltale signs that Greycliff has seen better days. You walk into the lounge filled with soft sofas and little side tables...order a drink and sit back to listen to the lady playing piano. It's all...More
Historic and charming environment, polite and excellent service. And of course.....the renowned wine list, thick as a novel and exotic! Sommelier listened carefully to my wire's preferences and recommended an amazing wine, reasonably priced. Bulls eye! Great evening!
We stayed at Atlantis for 4 nights and ate at Graycliff 2 of those nights! The building has rich history and the food was exquisite. Best filet on the island and the grouper with Dijon sauce was to die for. The service was unmatched! Incredible...More
Very disappointed in the food and service. A group of 8 had dinner reservations at 7 & finally left at 10:30. Waited almost an hour for main course. Some of our order did not come, several of us barely touched our food and there was...More
Based on the Graycliff website description, my wife and I had high hopes of a special kind of afternoon tea. We have enjoyed afternoon tea in many places: London, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Victoria BC, and New York City. Instead, we were very disappointed. The hotel and...More
We were with a group of 18 for lunch at Graycliff. We had a fantastic meal, and the service was outstanding. We had a private room and our servers even brought us an extra dessert. After lunch we had a tour of the wine cellar,...More
Our party of four signed up for a rather pricey ($135/person) five course lunch and wine pairing. It included a tour of the wine cellar and a look at the third largest wine collection in the world. The wine, food and service were perfect. I...More