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I was staying at the Marina Inn next door while hubby had surgery at Kaiser San Leandro. I went in to Horatios for an early dinner after being at the hospital all day. They opened at 3:30 and I got there about 3:50. I was...seated right away and it was not too crowded. My waitress, Tammie checked in on me right away to bring a drink and offered bread. She was very friendly and accomodating. I chose the Almond crusted sea scallops (PAN SEARED GOLDEN BROWN, BEURRE BLANC, CARAMELIZED ONIONS, ASPARAGUS, FIRE ROASTED RED PEPPERS, MASHED POTATOES- from menu). They were absolutely delicious! As was the bread- warmed sour dough slices with butter and garlic. It was such an early dinner that I thought I may get hungry later on so I ordered a cup of clam chowder to go. She brought new bread with the to-go soup. The service was great, the food superb and the location right next to the Inn I stayed at so I could walk to it. I highly recommend it! If I find myself in the area again (we live in Sacramento Valley) I would definitely choose Horatios for dinner!More
We arrived for any early dinner and were seated promptly. Our order included New England clam chowder, which was a very large portion! We also had the seared scallop and prawn fettuccine, as well as the almond-crusted sea scallop dinner. The sea scallops were delicious!...They were accompanied by mashed potatoes with sautéed onion and asparagus tips. The fettuccine was good, but the prawns were a tad over cooked. In all, though, it was a very pleasant dining experience.More
Had lunch at Horatio's yesterday to celebrate our 30th wedding anniversary. Our wedding reception had been next door at the San Leandro Yacht Club and so this is a very special spot for us.
I had an appetizer of Ceaser's Salad while hubby had Clam...Chowder. He loved the clam chowder and be quite picky about it. That speaks volumes for him.
We both ordered Filet Mignon and it was perfect! Soft, juicy and cooked exactly how we like it. Set on a small bed of creamy mashed potatoes with a side of asparagus. Both of seriously cleaned our plates. Though we were given steak knives, my husband over looked that and used his butter knife by accident. THAT is how tender the large filets were.
Let me tell you how fabulous the starter bread was. It is a light almost artesian bread. They brush the top with garlic butter and serve it in small slice. OMG so good! As a treat the waiter gave us a to-go box with a large amount freshly baked bread. The box was literally steaming as we walked to the care.
Love Horatio's and so glad they are open again. Lots of parking and the wait staff is so friendly.More
Horatio's has been our 90 y/o mother’s favorite restaurant for many years. My husband and I are from out of town, but visit as often as we can. Needless to say, we’ve been to Horatio's a lot! When we heard of the (limited) reopening I...made reservations via Open Table ASAP.
It was a true pleasure to return! We experienced the staff feeling joyful and grateful to be back to work. Tables were spaced appropriately, hand sanitizer was available, and everybody wore masks unless they/we were eating.
Our server was wonderful! He was friendly and efficient.
Food was excellent, even better than I remembered. We had halibut on a rice pancake with asparagus shavings. The rice pancake (I forgot the exact name) was really good, and the halibut was done just right. Mom had the Chicken Dijon, her favorite. We also had the always delicious crab appetizer dip.
Add to all of the above a wonderful view of the San Leandro Marina, pleasant indoor ambiance, what more could you ask for?!More
My husband and I ordered the dijon chicken and the steelhead trout, but due to significant food sensitivities, I requested that the meals be prepared with no garlic. We enjoyed our warm, delicious, made to order meals, but I didn't get chance to take pictures...before devouring them! The staff included a thoughtful note explaining how our meals were prepared in order to honor our special requests. They even added a bonus dessert! Thank you Horatio's!More
The Margaritas are pretty good too. We had Seafood Fettuccine and a fresh fish dish for dinner. Ordered salads and ate too much of their delicious bread.
Service was good.
Enjoyed the ambiance and will be back.