Kitchen Notes - Omni Nashville
250 5th Ave S
Nashville, TN 37203Neighborhood:
SouthernPrice: $30 and under
Kitchen Notes - Omni Nashville
- Dining Style: Casual Elegant
- Website: http://www.omnihotels.com/FindAHotel/Nashville/Dining/KitchenNotes.aspx
- Phone: 615-782-5300x
- Hours of Operation:
- Payment Options: AMEX,Carte Blanche,Diners Club,Discover,JCB,MasterCard,Visa
- Cuisine: Southern
- Executive Chef: David Harker
- Dress Code: Smart Casual
- Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
- Additional Details: Beer, Chef's Table, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Wine
- Special Events: Make your Mother's Day delicious with a specially prepared brunch at Kitchen Notes in the Omni Nashville Hotel. We'll take care of everything; sit back and enjoy.
Served from 9 am to 2 pm
$44.95 for adults, $20.95 for children
Space is limited. Reserve your spot today by calling 615-761-3700
A word from Kitchen Notes - Omni Nashville
Enjoy traditional Southern dishes handed down from generation to generation at Kitchen Notes, offering farm-fresh, sustainable dishes made from treasured family recipes. Don"t miss our Biscuit Bar, serving biscuits throughout the day from well known Southern chefs and celebrities.Continued
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Awards voted by OpenTable diners
- Diners' Choice WinnerGreat for Brunch
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Kitchen Notes - Omni Nashville reviews from OpenTable diners
100 reviews since July 3, 2014
- Ambiance4.2Noise LevelModerate
great for brunch (54)good for groups (53)fit for foodies (41)great for lunch (28)special occasion (26)neighborhood gem (16)kid-friendly (13)scenic view (12)hot spot (11)notable wine list (8)romantic (7)late-night find (5)vibrant bar scene (3)Show More
- BirthdayGirlDined on 10/25/2014We visited Kitchen Notes for the first time on a Saturday to celebrate my birthday. The ambiance was wonderful - not too loud, and a peaceful color palate. Felt a little like eating at a kitchen table - cute S + P shakers, and water jugs. Loved the biscuits and jam! Our server was delightful, -made good suggestions. However, my daughter ordered the Nashville Cracklin' Hot Pork (she didn't know that cracklins' are fried pork fat) and was a little disappointed in the slim amount of meat on the ham hock. She loved her side dishes, though - especially the collard greens (very southern!) Had some trouble cutting the meat/cracklin off of the bone. I had the evening special (salmon over brussel sprout and black eye pea salad) - good!!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- terrible servicedustyVIPDined on 10/23/2014Our small group had breakfast there and the service was terrible. No one ever refilled our coffee and one guest had to ask 4 times to get his pineapple juice. They were slow to seat people, too. Don't go there, if you're in a hurry.
- DisappointinglovegoodfoodVIPDined on 10/21/2014The restaurant has an impressive contemporary vibe and we were immediately seated in the area we requested. Good start. However, I was disappointed in both the food and the service. I had heard about the biscuits served before meals but they didn't arrive until couple of minutes before our lunch. They were rather dry, nothing special. The menu is very limited. My patty melt was charred. At the end of the meal, we had to search for our server. Water was never refilled. It was nice to see the beautiful Omni, but lunch at Kitchen Notes was disappointing.Special Features:
- Great ConceptdjcineDined on 10/21/2014Most hotel restaurants are pretty formula..not Kitchen Notes. I met a young woman who said it was her second day.....but she was the most professional staff person i met....Special Features:
- etchkattDined on 10/20/2014Dynamic atmosphere, kitchen bar friendly and collaborative dining creates a great chance to meet other diners and share favorites. Cauliflower was amazing--how often can you say that? Everything was fresh and beautifully presented.Special Features:
- OpenTable Diner Since 2013Dined on 10/20/2014Good not great. Billed as farm to table but no details provided while dining that demonstrated this concept. Had fried chicken which was okay but greasy....really no better than Popeyes. Biscuits very good. VERY NOISY. Only one wine decanter in entire dining room.Special Features:
- OpenTable Diner Since 2014Dined on 10/19/2014+The double-double burger was very good. The best burger I've had in a while. - The large booths are used for large parties & also couples-one couple on each end. Not a great idea unless you want to listen to the other couples conversation. Great way to learn about your competition or someone personal problems.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- So goodOpenTable Diner Since 2014Dined on 10/19/2014Literally the best brunch I have ever had. Server checked up on us regularly, great selection, bottomless mimosas. What more can you ask for? A true southern dining experience.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- We love Kitchen Notes!ShannonDined on 10/18/2014My daughter asked to have her 15th birthday celebrated over brunch at Kitchen Notes! It is such a beautiful restaurant and a delicious place to eat. The buffet is the best in Nashville. We have eaten here no less than 7 times and each time is just as wonderful as the last. The biscuit bar with local jams and honeys is so much fun. The fruit is always fresh and delicious. They will make pancakes and waffles and bring them to the table - no waiting in line. We had a wonderful server who put a candle in my daughter's stack of pancakes - the perfect touch. Only gripe: I do wish those staying in the hotel would realize that this is a nice restaurant and to dress accordingly. Bed head and pj-type clothing is out of place here.Special Features:
- just OKjaybDined on 10/14/2014We live in Nashville, and chose the restaurant for a convenient downtown pre-show dinner. The wine list didn't indicate much thought or care - only basic, industrial-type selections here. Service was very slow, and the tables too tightly spaced for a small crowd in the large room. I had higher hopes for the food, which was fair at best. It's a beautiful hotel, and my daughter recently had a very nice breakfast there, so elements of the place are working. But dinner was a real disappointment in a crowded field of much better downtown options.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Sunday Brunch!nshgkDined on 10/12/2014Kitchen Note's brunch is fantastic! We'll be back.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- pigleDined on 10/10/2014We enjoyed the whole experience and would come again.Special Features:
- EXCELLENTfoodloverVIPDined on 10/5/2014Quality of food & service consistent. Chicken Pot Pie....the best. Wonderful wine list. Well worth a visit when in Nashville.Special Features:
- Fantastic brunchtrchaseDined on 10/5/2014I have been to Sunday brunches at several Omni Hotels and they are always good. This one was perhaps the best. Fresh ingredients and imaginative variations of southern style foods made this a very good choice. Our server was fantastic even though this is a self service buffett type arrangement she provided the type of service you'd expect at a high end table service establishment.Special Features:
- Gloriously adequateTnnmarkDined on 9/28/2014There for the Sunday brunch and the much hyped Biscuit Bar..THAT was the disappointment. 3 different kinds of room temperature biscuits--no attempt to make them warm--and some jams and butter. Buffet was standard hotel food. Scrambled eggs were labeled as "spinach and scrambled eggs" but nothing green in the eggs. Oven roasted breakfast potatoes were lukewarm at best with strange mushy texture. The Benton ham was nice as was the blueberry sausage. I am not a fan of oven cooked bacon. The fruit was cut into small pieces that didn't work well with the serving utensils. Cubed cheese is not my favorite Service was pleasant enough but not overly attentive. Desserts were typical pre-baked pie crusts and tart shells with various fillings.
- Loved it!URWhatUEatVIPDined on 9/28/2014I'm from NY, stayed at the Omni Nashville (which is beautiful!) for a weekend symposium. Had breakfast at Kitchen Notes twice and lunch once - ordered both from the a la carte menu and the buffet. You can't go wrong with either but personally, the buffet makes more sense as it's more cost efficient AND you can have so much more yummy varieties! Fresh foods and fruits, yummy-licious biscuits, very good variety of different foods for different tastes. Definitely highly recommend Kitchen Notes. Service was excellent and everyone's really friendly. Can't ask for more!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- great atmosphereSpinachpieDined on 9/28/2014The food was average, I guess I was expecting it to be outstanding. It was fun to take our out of town guests there. The hotel is beautiful.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- weekendfor2Dined on 9/27/2014Crabcakes were awesome and the Free biscuit are incredibleSpecial Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Very Nice...OpenTable Diner Since 2009Dined on 9/26/2014Excellent restaurant adjacent to the lobby inside Omni hotel, Went for a special first date. The waitress knew the menu very well. Definitely will return.Special Features:
- Never AgainRandallsReviewsDined on 9/23/2014After booking dinner at a late time, because there was nothing available prior to 7- we arrived to an empty restaurant with only two waitresses. Our Waitress was inept and messed up several items in our order despite her lack of other tables. Our appetizer was forgotten, items that were supposed to be held from our plates were on the plates and I waited literally 15 minutes for hot sauce. I will never dine at Kitchen Notes again. This is the second time I have eaten here- the first was just so-so. There are FAR too many great restaurants in Nashville to waste my time here anymore.
- Great room, Fun plating, TastyshayDined on 9/19/2014We ordered the pot pie which was served in a mini cast iron pot and had lots of chicken - very flavorful. Also ordered the fried chicken which was a generous portion. Cauliflower was not memorable, but desserts were definitely something to write home about. Loved the banana pudding. Service was terrific, so we will definitely return. My only complaint about this restaurant is the wine selection and pricing. $15 for a glass of Kendall Jackson is way too high when you can get in the grocery store for $18 per bottle. All of the glasses of wine are 12 bucks for a six ounce pour and $14, 15 for a nice ounce pour. I wouldn't mind paying $13 or 14 if they offered high quality wine. I won't order alcohol at this restaurant unless they change it.Special Features:
- Reservations Come EasyGiveitatryDined on 9/19/2014When all your other choices are not available, you can get a reservation at Kitchen Notes. But, be warned the food is just okay and the service sure lacks the "Southern Hospitality", you would expect from a restaurant that is trying to be "Southern"! Somehow, the interior has this ultra-modern/Cracker Barrel theme, that simply does not work. (Come on guys, the battery powered lights in the kerosene lamps - without globes, I might add - simply looks tacky! The food was okay - heavy on very non-southern spices and way to over priced. I do not mind paying a higher price due to location but - unless you are going to a concert at The Schermerhorn or an event at the Convention Center, a bucket of chicken from the Colonel might be better.
- ElliotDined on 9/14/2014Nice place! Comfortable seating and the staff were very friendly. Not much of a vegetarian menu but the sweet potato tots were really good!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- OutstandingOpenTable Diner Since 2013Dined on 9/14/2014$25 per head is not cheap, but the Sunday Brunch is worth every penny. Add another $5 for bottomless mimosas. I was surprised as how wide open and airy the restaurant was. It can accommodate multiple large (15+) groups easily. We'll definitely go backSpecial Features:
- New Omni locationHarrimanDined on 9/14/2014Excellent location and really nice brunch and a first class facility. The service and the food was great!!!Special Features:
- Expected more at the OmnioutandaboutDined on 9/13/2014Made a rez for a special Sat night out for a party of 4 and it was very disappointing. The best items we ate during our entire meal were the sweet potato tots and biscuits! Everything else was ok or blah. Chicken pot pie was more like chicken mash with stuffing on top; mac & cheese was like out of a Kraft box; salmon was overcooked; meatloaf was edible; and coconut cake was more cheesy than coconut flavored? Service was slow or lacking. Luckily we ordered a nice bottle of wine... sad to say we will not be back.
- Let Down after reading reviewsAnnieGirl822Dined on 9/13/2014I was excited about trying Kitchen Notes before a concert last Saturday night. I brought my 14 year old daughter who is a picky eater but since KN had mac and cheese I knew I could go for a foodie experience and she would still be well fed. Her Mac and cheese was actually very good. It was very creamy, which she loves, and seemed to have multiple cheese flavors. Just what we would expect with a solid southern themed restaurant. I ordered a soup that had cabbage, bacon and blue cheese that was actually pretty good. My rub was with the main course. I ordered the bass. It was served with in season roasted vegetables and had several colors of cauliflower that I thought was fun. It was just a huge portion that needed more sauce and flavor.Special Features:
- Great place!RcjloooDined on 9/12/2014Great place within walking distance of many downtown attractions. Good for large groups, several big tables in main dining area. Clean lines, great decor!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- lele86VIPDined on 9/12/2014Great dinner at Kitchen Notes. This was our third visit and by far our best. Service and food had been ok on past visits, but they seem to have improved in all areas. Biscuits are wonderful. We had the beet salad, shrimp and grits and the Carolina Rice. Coconut cake for dessert. Service was excellent- attentive but not obtrusive. We are locals- good place to eat before concerts, Titans or Predators games or just checking out downtown.Special Features:
- Better than I had hoped for!FlowerDined on 9/11/2014Took a dear friend for a birthday lunch wanting as well to check it out. Was more than pleasantly surprised! Everything was delicious and the bisquits and jam selection the bomb! Started with deviled eggs and some of the best fried green tomatoes with a beautiful homemade ranch dressing that I have ever had. Southern flair but also possible to have healthy as we both ordered the kale salad with blackened prawns. Delicious! The prawns had no tails which is very rare but I love as they are not as troublesome to eat. So impressed I am taking a large group for an upcoming birthday lunch! Would recommend in a heartbeat :).Special Features:
- Great find!JamiDined on 9/10/2014We needed reservations beforea concert, my local go to was already booked, so I stepped out aND got us a reservation here! BEST DECISION! Service was prompt, food was incredible and our experience was fantastic! The bucket of chicken was some of the best chicken I have ever had! Word to the wise, it's enough for two!!!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Outstanding Southern HospitalityLucyDined on 9/10/2014Saw other reviews recommending this place & decided to give it a try. Glad we did. Ordered the fried chicken and so glad we did. The best we've had! Our server could not have been more friendly & on top of things. Highly recommend this restaurant for anyone visiting Nashville...good service, great food, nice ambiance.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Kim was be very helpful inCNB13Dined on 8/28/2014ordering, made great suggestions and attentive to all out needs. My out if town guests felt right at home. Plus the good was once again tasty!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- OpenTable Diner Since 2014Dined on 8/25/2014Lovely ambiance, yet brand new luxury decor. Food was very good. I had the cheeseburger. Great deal at $14. Husband had the sirloin, a tender cut, cooked to perfection. Nice location, easy access, downtown.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Food great, server not so muchJDknoxDined on 8/24/2014The brunch at kitchen notes is fabulous, but our server was not on top of things. And because it's a brunch buffet, all he had to do was drinks. He forgot my coffee and never brought a cream refill even after requesting it.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Disappointingnotsogood1Dined on 8/23/2014Gorgeous restaurant, knowledgeable staff but really sub par food for the price. We live local and feel the prices are higher b/c it's in a hotel and caters to out of towners. We ordered the sweet potato tater tots and they had a decent flavor though not anything exciting. I had the shrimp and grits and we also ordered the golden rice. Large portions but flavor was lacking.Special Features:
- 2LocaleatersDined on 8/23/2014Random choice after a movie on a sat night. The staff were all exceptional, from hostess to our server they were all super. We both had the special rib eye and the food was really good, not your typical hotel restaurant food at all. Decent wine list and nice menu selections. We skipped the dessert menu and had biscuits and jam from the biscuit bar instead, that was a great choice!I would recommend this to a friend.
- Very solicitous staff!Angel1VIPDined on 8/12/2014The staff here are great! They aim to please. We had a nice window table as requested. Food was quite good but fairly limited menu. The biscuit bar is absolutely worth the trip - as are the crabcakes and the beet salad. Greens were very fresh. Parking is free if you valet but we didn't know that so we parked in the Music City Center garage on our own - when the staff learned that, they gave us a discount coupon. Nice large pours of wine and really cold beer.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Had to wait, but food was greatSTL2014Dined on 8/12/2014We had a reservation booked in advance, upon arrival at our reservation time were told it would be another ten minutes. Normally would not be an issue, but since we were conducting business over breakfast, and on a somewhat tight schedule this was frustrating since we had made a reservation to avoid any delays. Waiter was great and food was delicious.
- Poor dinnerQuadcitiesgirlDined on 8/9/2014The service was so bad. Biscuits were very dry. I have had better ones at Cracker Barrell.