Hotel onsite restaurants can be a real crap shoot. If they're even in operation - we've been to a couple of hotels this year where the onsite restaurant has closed.
Audrey's is the onsite restaurant at the Johnson & Wales Inn (reviewed elsewhere), which in turn is associated with Johnson & Wales University.
During our recent stay at Johnson & Wales Inn, we decided to try lunch at Audrey's because it was convenient (it was pouring rain at the time), and because I hoping to enjoy some interesting, young perspective on food from the student or recent graduate chefs.
Staffing problems (mentioned in some other reviews) seem to plague Audrey's - in our case opening for lunch was delayed from 10 am to noon while the restaurant was cleared from breakfast service.
It is a nice room, with comfortable tables and chairs and very quiet. We were the only party in the restaurant for most of our lunch, which meant a quiet restaurant and excellent service.
We started with the cheese sampler - a nice selection of cheeses and fruit spreads. Our entree choices included 2 burgers, grilled salmon, and the maple sausage and arugula pizza. One of the burgers was requested well-done, and arrived rare, and the salmon was a little overdone, both mistakes by a possible newbie chef. The underdone burger was replaced by another entire complete entree, cooked as originally requested. Other than those issues, the food was excellent.
The wine list while not extensive, is very nice and reasonably priced, as are the entrees overall.