11 N 1st St
Ashland, OR 97520Neighborhood:
BasquePrice: $30 and under
- Dining Style: Casual Elegant
- Phone: (541) 905-1092
- Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Tuesday - Saturday: 11:30am - 2:00pm; Dinner: Tuesday - Saturday: 4:30pm - 9:00pm
- Payment Options: Discover,MasterCard,Visa
- Cuisine: Spanish, Basque, Tapas / Small Plates
- Executive Chef: Kevin and Andi Broadie
- Dress Code: Casual Dress
- Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
- Additional Details: Beer, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Wine, Wine Bar
- Catering: We offer full catering options for weddings, business events, family gatherings, private celebrations or anything else you may have in mind. We will meet with you to create the perfect menu for your occasion and work with you on the appropriate wine pairings or creating a unique cocktail list. It"s always exciting to create original dishes and libations for celebrations and events. We focus on making your event fun and unique.
A word from Eleven
At Eleven we strive to create basque inspired dishes utilizing the incredible variety and quality of produce grown right here in the valley. The plates are traditional in concept but done with a twist by adapting them to what is seasonably available, fresh, and exciting. This falls right in the basque wheelhouse as the fare from this region is arguably the worlds first fusion utilizing influences from some of the planets best cuisines. Spanish is prominent naturally but there is a heavy french component, strong moorish traditions and even celtic elements from the celts crossing the pyrenees. An amazing crossroads of diverse and prolific tastes and textures for us to play with and you to enjoy and explore. In addition the Spanish began the whole small plate thing and we find it a fantastic way to experience and share different flavors and combinations. All our wines are produced by passionate winemakers in the Rogue Valley and bring the best out in our food. A beautiful collaboration.Continued
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- Diners' Choice WinnerMost Booked
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Eleven reviews from OpenTable diners
25 reviews since July 31, 2014
- Ambiance3.6Noise LevelModerate
fit for foodies (16)neighborhood gem (10)great for lunch (3)notable wine list (3)romantic (3)kid-friendly (2)good for groups (1)late-night find (1)special occasion (1)Show More
- Great experienceOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 10/25/2014The food was great and service fine. We enjoyed the experience.Special Features:
- Good for a very young restaurantRleibmanDined on 10/10/2014Service: No host, There was only one server (I assume the owner), he did not make a lot of eye contact with us or ask us much, we would have stayed for dessert and port, but he didn't even ask us if we wanted anything else, or offer either, which is too bad, I know a lot of restaurants make high margins on those items. He seemed too much in a hurry, he would not wait for us to ask a question, he would leave a plate and run away, etc. Food & Menu: I was expecting more basque food (based on the description) and I would have liked more meat options on the small plates, there was only steak and meatballs (I never count chicken as meat :) ) a "tapas" place should have more options, we were on a reduced carb diet and would have ordered more.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Not readyhnryhDined on 10/7/2014This restaurant is not yet ready for diners who care about a satisfying meal. The menu is limited to about a dozen small plates, many of them salad based and overlapping. Not much in the way of complex or unusual choices. Everything seems a bit hit and missnot to say chaotic. My impression was that the restaurant needs one or two more staff.
- Delicious small plates!ashlandfoodfanVIPDined on 10/2/2014This space has been a few different restaurants over the past few years, but it seems finally to have found the right voice. The owner is warm and welcoming, and he obviously cares very much about whether guests are enjoying his food. The menu isn't huge, but it's a lovely selection of small plates, some with meat and some vegetarian, with a subtle Basque influence. They come one or two at a time, so you're able to really appreciate the individual tastes and combinations. Everything is fresh and the flavors really pop. Eleven is definitely a welcome addition to the Ashland restaurant scene!Special Features:
- Great beginning!EcoplanDined on 9/27/2014Since this restaurant only opened six weeks ago I forgive any of the minor issues we experienced. The food was great except the green beans on the special could have been parboiled or at least cooked slightly. White bean salad was very yummy. I think the chef/owner was the only one working the night we were there. The wife who was helping him out seemed more of disservice to him, incorrectly describing the special (it was tuna not halibut but she swore it was halibut until it was served and the chef said "here's your tuna." Not a big deal but not helpful either. I hope the chef/owner can afford to hire some experienced staff. This will be a gem of restaurant if he does!Special Features:
- New RestaurantSleepwalkerDined on 9/26/2014Decided to try this new restaurant out. Delicious things on the menu, I'm very excited to keep trying it. The service wasn't as attentive as it should had been. But hopefully it will get better. We waited a long time to put in our orders and it was challenging to wave the staff down. Otherwise, a great experience.Special Features:
- Yummy Small PlatesdininginsactoDined on 9/25/2014The two of us ordered soup plus 3 small plates. The food was excellent, and is made primarily from fresh local ingredients. This is not a pretentious place at all, but is friendly and comfortable. The service was great, with the various dishes being served at a perfect pace. Limited wine list, but many good selections to choose from.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- newbyOregonianDined on 9/23/2014The menu was interestingly different but with relatively few choices. The sharing concept was fun but the service was very, very slow. It took awhile for us to even be greeted and shown to our table. We sat at our reserved table for a long time with no water, bread or any attention. Once we ordered we had to wait awhile for our food. Gaspacho should have come immediately since it is a cold soup. After the soup, the ordered dishes flowed in one after another nicely but I would have prefered receiving them together. We had the meatballs and ended with fried potatoes which I would rather not have had as a final solo dish. They were greasy. The server was very friendly.
- Eleven is a 10!JlocalDined on 9/20/2014We dined at Eleven on a Saturday evening prior to a play at the festival. Everyone enjoyed the atmosphere, food and service was wonderful. The small plates come with generous portions - enough for the 5 of us to easily share each plate. Each dish was carefully thought out and the toppings/sauces balanced out the main item perfectly. Lots of great options for those who cannot have gluten. We'll definately be back next time we go to Ashland.Special Features:
- LOMaxVIPDined on 9/16/2014Basque small plates. 12 items on the menu, which is limited but enough variety to keep it interesting. Some of the small plates are indeed small, too small, and not enough to share for 4. The 4 of us ordered 6 small plates and we were still hungry. We ordered two more and it took an inordinate amount of time for the two additional items to come. My advice if you are hungry, order 2-3 small plates per person. The food was absolutely delicious, so it's worth checking out.
- Warm and interestingSimpleSimonDined on 9/13/2014Original and fascinating tapas served by a very friendly staff. Simple but unpretentiously elegant decor.Special Features:
- Ashland treatOpenTable Diner Since 2003VIPDined on 9/12/2014Only open about a month. A nice space. Maybe 10 tables. The food was small plates. I had lamb meatballs and loved them. My soup was great too. Really good flavors. I'll definitely be back.
- Best of the new spots in townLoyalfodieDined on 9/10/2014ELEVEN is a unique, small boutique restaurant serving fresh, local produce and creatively prepared dishes. Each dish, along the Tapas tradition, is worth checking out. We have been back three times and are easily finding our favorites. Modest prices and refreshingly personal service.Special Features:
- Small plate, big flavorCircusdogVIPDined on 8/29/2014Wonderful addition to the Ashland dining scene. Fabulous and fresh. Choose from salads, chicken, fish, steak or lamb meatballs -- each dish with a zesty accompaniment. The tortilla pie and the shrimp avocado salad were two standouts. Great local wines I had not seen before. Can't wait to go back!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great food!OpenTable Diner Since 2006VIPDined on 8/15/2014Great food with good use of local produce. Nice to have small plates that were shareable. Beautiful food presentation. Only thing lacking in food area was there were no desserts offered. Wine list was small but choice was delicious. However as a white wine it should have been served cold. It was room temp and we had to ask for an ice bucket. Decor was simple but tasteful and colorful. Reasonable prices. Will go again the next time we are in Ashland.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
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