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All reviews charred octopus pork chop oysters ham foie gras soup st regis hotel master sommelier sweet potato an amazing dinner excellent food and service by the glass jonathan presentation bartender garnish oz
I told my wife - never eat in a Hotel Restaurant. But, she said," the Chef at SPQR in San Francisco, Matthew Accarino = Amaaaazing!!!". I said," the blue hair crowd at the St. Regis, what about the vibe, the ambiance?" She said "$69 dollar...More
Had an amazing dinner at Chef’ Culb at St Regis in Aspen. The food with it’s quality and taste were amazing . Loved seeing it and prepared before your eyes In an open concept kitchen. The wait staff was friendly and knowledge.. Made for a...More
The food is over rated there was not a single part of meal that had any form of unique taste in fact a main course we tasted it and didn’t even finish. The steak that they charge extra was one of the worst steaks I’ve...More
I've read the other reviews and many talk about this restaurant being very expensive. This is a Prix Fixe deal for $69/person. If you are paying more than $100/person, it's because you are ordering expensive wine.
We found the food to be excellent, especially the...More
The food was quite good--not as good as the meal at Element 47, but still high quality. But the overall experience was disappointing.
Each course is served on the same type of plate--a large, cheap looking white plate/platter--with absolutely no attempt to match the plate...More
We first visited Chef's Club within a year or two of it opening, in the ostentatious St. Regis resort. I recall being singularly unimpressed.
However, we just dined there this evening and found the place almost magically transformed. The food was exquisite, the service attentive...More
My wife and I enjoy getting to have interesting food when we travel and the Chef's Club seemed like just the ticket with menu items designed by various famous chef's.
We each had a bowl of their lobster bisque/butternut squash soup. These were really very...More
This restaurant seems to not get a lot of press in Aspen. When I ask for recommendations it generally doesn’t come up. I don’t know why. It was great. The food was excellent and their master sommelier did a great job of pairing wines with...More
brilliant concept signature dishes by creative chefs
sweet potato starter had amazing texture, with different herbs spices complementing well. octopus dish again very tasty combination of sweet and citrus flavours, potato gnocchi beautiful : bit strong on ham and salt, miso fish delicate !. fried...More