Waitress was pleasant, food was just ok, but place was not our cup of tea. Old looking, kind of country style I guess.. Attempt at fall decor was a good thought , but cheap looking .. Not worth the visit.. Will not return there
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My sister and I wandered into this place and had an excellent meal and a great bottle of wine. Service was wonderful and they even offered us a bottle of wine not on their wine list.
Went "menu" browsing throughout the village center of Lenox to see if we could find any vegetarian offerings. Slim pickins' I must say. But since we were staying at the Village Inn and happened to run into the chef, Louis, he offered two very nice...More
We were a party of 6 just dropped in. Outside tables were full, however, we were seated inside and the service was prompt and friendly and we all really enjoyed our dinner selections. I couldn't decide between the scallops and the evening special mussels and...More
We had a very pleasant dinner recently at this restaurant. The duck entree was good and the special - tilapia - was excellent. Good service and location make this place a good destination.
I enjoyed dining outdoors at Rumplestiltzkin's. Was a pleasant atmosphere outside by the flowers, though one yellow jacket was pestering me. The waitress was good, although there was another waitress nearby who was on her first waitressing job and you could tell. The food was...More
We did not have a reservation, and approached the hostess; who informed us the whole outside was booked; even though there were many empty tables. When we said we would be quick as were attending a concert; she reluctantly cleared a table and seated us....More
We ate here previously and we felt it was worthy of another visit. HUGE error on our part! From the time we walked in, they were disorganized and seemed almost annoyed we were there. A disoriented young man at the front desk checked for our...More
We have been going there for the past 4 years. However, the food was very bland. I ordered Seared salmon. Only one side of the salmon was seared. Crushed tomatoes were added to the dish. Some tomato pieces were just whole, some crushed. The dish...More