Palm Court Restaurant - Westfields Marriott
14750 Conference Center Drive
Chantilly, VA 20151Neighborhood:
Contemporary AmericanPrice: $50 and over
Palm Court Restaurant - Westfields Marriott
- Dining Style: Casual Elegant
- Website: http://www.westfieldspalmcourt.com/
- Phone: (703) 818-3520
- Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Daily: A La Cart: 6:30am - 11:00am
Buffet: Daily: 6:30am - 9:00am
Sunday Brunch: 11:00am-2:00pm (second sunday of each month)
Lunch Buffet: 11:am-2:00pm (Third Thursday of each month)
Dinner: With Reservation only!
- Payment Options: AMEX,Diners Club,Discover,JCB,MasterCard,Visa
- Cuisine: Steak, Seafood, Contemporary American
- Executive Chef: Todd Schofield
- Dress Code: Business Casual
- Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
- Additional Details: Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Private Room, Smoking Area, Weekend Brunch, Wine
- Private Party Facilities: Treaty or Westcott Room: Up to 40 Guest with Round Tables and up to 30 Guest with Boardroom Table Available for Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and Brunch
- Private Party Contact: Khairul Khan 7038180362x
- Entertainment: Sunday Brunch with a Piano player
- Special Events: On Sunday, June 15, 2014, join us at the Westfields Marriott from 12pm-6:00pm for our 1st Annual Father’s Day BBQ on the newly furnished Sunset Terrace. The afternoon’s festivities will include an elaborate selection of traditional BBQ menu options, draft beer, and a variety of family friendly “backyard activities” for everyone to enjoy. Indoor/outdoor seating is available rain or shine.
Price is $55 for adults and $19 for children ages 5-10
(children 4 and under eat complimentary)
For reservations, please call 703-818-3520
A word from Palm Court Restaurant - Westfields Marriott
Sophisticated tastes find their passion at Fairfax Dining Room, the stylish Chantilly, Va., restaurant newly fashioned from the popular Palm Court at Westfields Marriott Washington Dulles. Enjoy contemporary American cuisine prepared with fresh, regional ingredients, including beef, game and poultry, for daily breakfast and one of the region’s most popular Sunday brunches. Voted OpenTable Diners’ Choice Winner “Best for Brunch” in 2011, 2012 and 2013, our elegant brunch entices with live piano music, chef-attended food stations, handcrafted dessert displays from our in-house bakery, and complimentary champagne mimosas and Bloody Marys. Private dining options are available and customizable dining arrangements can be provided for large party reservations and special occasions.Continued
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Palm Court Restaurant - Westfields Marriott reviews from OpenTable diners
- The Christmas Brunch at TheOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 12/25/2011The Christmas Brunch at The Marriott Westfields Resort and Conference Center has become a traditional event for a number of years now. It is always a fine and satisfying experience for us and our guests. We plan to celebrate the occasion there again next year and hopefully will continue to do so in the future.Special Features:
- Excellent Christmas BrunchOpenTable Diner Since 2006Dined on 12/25/2011Wonderful and delicious christmas brunch! We may go back next year too! GREAT!Special Features:
- Just what you'd expect forOpenTable Diner Since 2003Dined on 12/18/2011Just what you'd expect for brunch. Nothing special or particularly good. The price was shocking. Could have had an outrageous lunch at any number of upscale places. We'll never go there again!
- Food is not what used to beDraganDined on 12/13/2011Food is not what used to be as Westfields Conference centar, prior the Marriott acvisition.
- Great Place for the Holidays...OpenTable Diner Since 2008Dined on 11/24/2011Though the selection has been minimized, the food is continually great. I tried one dish (a capellini in lemon sauce) that didn't appeal, and mentioned to the waitress why I had left it on the plate, uneaten. The chef came out and asked my opinion of the dish, which I told him. He was very courteous and happy to get the feedback. My overall rating of "GOOD" is due to the fact that the food selection is not what it had been on my last visit (admittedly years prior), and the dessert table, which used to overflow, now has a paltry 5-6 selections repeated over a couple of table. It used to be the centerpiece of the floor. That and the price is a bit steep, given those issues.Special Features:
- First-Time Open Table UserOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 11/24/2011First time we've used Open Table and it worked superbly! Our reservation was waiting for us at the door and the hostess acknowledged she had received our reservation online. We highly recommend using Open Table for your dining reservations. It's faster than a phone call and you get a confirmation quicker. Thanks, Open Table!Special Features:
- good food, not-so-good serviceOpenTable Diner Since 2010Dined on 10/30/2011The Westfields Marriott is a nice property overall. The Palm Court Restaurant has very good brunch food, but the service is terrible. The wait staff seemed annoyed that we were there. The tables were not prepared (even though the restaurant was mostly empty) and we had to ask for refills on basics like water anytime we needed something.
- Food, service and ambianceOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 10/9/2011Food, service and ambiance is exceptional. However, get ready for a huge price tag and a mandatory 22% tip for a buffet! The average cost per person with tip, no wine or drinks was over $70 per person. The cost will probably keep us from going back.Special Features:
- Typical Hotel restaurantOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 10/6/2011This restaurant is inside a large Marriott hotel. Hence you have to park in the hotel parking lot, which is a couple of hundred yards from the entrance. There is valet parking if you need. The restaurant is located on the second floor and is your standard hotel restaurant. The main dining area is a very large open space, that makes it look / feel like a cafeteria. The menu, food quality, and service were adequate, and the the prices were a bit high for the dining experience provided.Special Features:
- The buffet looked like itOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 9/25/2011The buffet looked like it was scaled back since the last time I was there; however, still more than enough selection and all very well prepared. The restaurant was virtually empty at 12:30 pm on Sunday ... what should have been the peak of Sunday brunch time. I think the $55 per person price is exhorbitant. Unless you're a complete glutton, it is not worth the cost.
- We have visited this locationUnusual2DislikeDined on 9/25/2011We have visited this location for brunch for special occasions in the past. This visit the food was good as usual, but the service was poor and sporadic. The hotel was hosting a large number of teenagers for tours and allowed them to spread out all over the hallways and foyer making it very difficult to get around them and their stuff. Within the dining room, it was pleasant but the service was very slow, especially for refills on drinks. They also added an automatic 22%tip to the brunch tab for 7 people.Special Features:
- Well worth the experiencewebbuzzardDined on 9/25/2011Food was plentiful, great variety, and almost all at peak of freshness. Pork tenderloin had incredible flavors, but a bit overcooked. Smoked salmon and shrimp were fantastic. Service was amazing. Be sure to try the carrot cake.Special Features:
- Outstanding service. EverythingOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 6/16/2011Outstanding service. Everything was beyond my expectation. A+Special Features:
- Do not like the new arrangement.teddybeartwoVIPDined on 5/15/2011Do not like the new arrangement. Piano is too loud and needs to go back to where it was.Service not as good as normal.
- Great Brunch!OpenTable Diner Since 2006Dined on 5/8/2011Great spot for brunch, particularly on holidays! Excellent selection of food and desserts. Attentive service, and great for families.Special Features:
- A perfect location for Mother'sOpenTable Diner Since 2008Dined on 5/8/2011A perfect location for Mother's Day brunch. Definitely the beginning of a tradition.Special Features:
- Incrediable brunch that'sOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 5/8/2011Incrediable brunch that's in great demand; you'll need a reservation. A good place to start a Mother's Day out tradition.Special Features:
- Not worth $70/personOpenTable Diner Since 2010Dined on 5/8/2011Brunch was nice, but way over priced!! At $70/person, was extremely over priced. Basic Brunch fare. Also automatically charge 22% service charge. (not worth it) For a party of 6 our total bill was $538. My family could have purchased a nice gift that would last longer and have more meaning. Would have me back if more like $40/person. But one time only for me and I was one of the "Mom's"
- The reservations was a littleOpenTable Diner Since 2009VIPDined on 5/8/2011The reservations was a little misleading, the fact that our reservation time showed a "special Mother's Day Brunch". Yes there was a brunch but not during our reservation time. We were looking for the brunch and not the buffet.Special Features:
- Easter brunch, good buffetswippageDined on 4/24/2011Easter brunch, good buffet selection and the Easter bunny for the kids. What's not to like?Special Features:
- Good place for special familyOpenTable Diner Since 2010Dined on 2/27/2011Good place for special family occasion or medium to large grou dining experience.Special Features:
- The "scallop" appetizer wasOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 2/12/2011The "scallop" appetizer was one scallop smaller than a miniature marshmallow, no other choices on the "special Valentine menu", mashed potatoes were cold. Salad lovely but not enough dressing, tuna very good, soups good. Basically not worth $60 per dinner.
- On the night of our diningOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 2/12/2011On the night of our dining at the Palm Court Restaurant they had a set Valentine's Day menu for dinner. The price was $60 per person. The food was bland and overpriced. I overheard a few diners expressing their doubt that the "veal medallions" were actually veal. It seems the "veal" tasted a lot like pork. The bread was stale and the service leaved a lot to be desired. It was obvious that the wait staff did not enjoy their jobs and it came through with their inattentive and uncaring attitude and service. It is a large hotel restaurant in need of updating. The decor was not very appealing and was rather drab and uninviting. The restaurant was trying hard to look like fine dining but falling well short. Save your money and go elsewhere.
- Great, but few desserts.NickDined on 1/30/2011Pal Court Brunch was fantastic as always. Fresh squeezed Orange Juice and Champagne and the Coffee is wonderful. There is a wide selection of foods and they are constantly refilled. There was one problem though....Desserts were not replaced. We were very disappointed that we were not able to try the espresso cake as they only had about 15-20 of them out and they went quick. Kind of sad when you are spending more then $50 with a mandatory %20 "gratuity"Special Features:
- We always enjoy our experience.OpenTable Diner Since 2010Dined on 12/25/2010We always enjoy our experience. Excellent food and atmosphere. Great for special occasions.Special Features:
- This year, compared to lastBobandJudyDined on 12/25/2010This year, compared to last year, was a 100% improvement. The service was much better; the food selection was excellent; and the atmosphere was pleasing. In the future, since there are only two of us, I would like to be seated again at one of the small booths that surrounded the Christmas tree. That seating make it much more enjoyable than out in the middle of the room. This being our 10th or 11th year attending this function, I would certainly return again, just the two of us, or with family members should they be in town.Special Features:
- We come here every ChristmasOpenTable Diner Since 2009Dined on 12/25/2010We come here every Christmas Day for the brunch. This was our 7th year, so that gives you an idea of how much we enjoy this brunch. The service is fantastic, the food outstanding and it is a great way to spend Christmas morning (after opening presents, of course).Special Features:
- The Palm Court serves theOpenTable Diner Since 2010Dined on 12/25/2010The Palm Court serves the greatest quality, and variety of food for brunch of any restaurant I've tried in Northern VA. The menu changes, so it does not become repetative with multiple visits, and the ambiance is very elegant, while remaining child friendly. We have gone for years and it has remained consistently good.Special Features:
- Excellent way to spend a ChristmasOpenTable Diner Since 2010Dined on 12/25/2010Excellent way to spend a Christmas morning with some good traditional food.Special Features:
- It was an especially niceOpenTable Diner Since 2010Dined on 12/6/2010It was an especially nice treat for my 2 friends and I to have a quiet time to catch up with each other, open Christmas gifts and have delicious food!Special Features:
- Second time for us at theKamva55Dined on 11/25/2010Second time for us at the Westfields Thanksgiving Buffet - looks as though they have shortened the hours. The food was beautifully presented and the service was meticulous. And everything was delicious.Special Features:
- We have been dining at theOpenTable Diner Since 2010Dined on 11/25/2010We have been dining at the Palms Court on special occasions for many years. The quality of the food is always predictably exceptional. The staff are wonderful. We will return.Special Features:
- There is no street trafficOpenTable Diner Since 2008Dined on 10/5/2010There is no street traffic for this restaurant as it's tucked inside the second floor of a convention center at a nice Marriott hotel. It was kind of odd to be one of three parties for the entire evening in this very large expanse of a room.
- An excellent value for theOpenTable Diner Since 2010Dined on 7/25/2010An excellent value for the price. Great service, beautiful setting. The food suffered a bit from the standard "steam table" setting. Most meats and fish were somewhat overcooked, but hard to avoid in this holding method.Special Features:
- Not as good as I expected.OpenTable Diner Since 2010Dined on 6/17/2010Not as good as I expected. There was limited buffet selection with no vegetables except salad. Food quality was good. In all, it was not worth the price.
- Our server, Oscar, was fabulous.OpenTable Diner Since 2010Dined on 5/9/2010Our server, Oscar, was fabulous. My granddaughter, the finicky eater, when asked if a bowl of cereal was possible, Mr. Oscar quickly retrieved and he was so personable. He is a very kind man and a great asset to The Palm Court. Impeccable service and atmosphere. Perfect for Mother's Day treat !! THank you.Special Features:
- This was the Mother's DayMikeH22020Dined on 5/9/2010This was the Mother's Day brunch and the food, service and atmoshere were all excellent. I do think $70 a person plus tax and tip for a brucnh, even with champagne, is a bit expensive which would be my only nit.Special Features:
- I went to the Sunday brunch.OpenTable Diner Since 2005VIPDined on 5/2/2010I went to the Sunday brunch. They had about 10 desserts, which was nice, but NONE of the desserts had chocolate in it. Not one! I think that is crazy.
- My husband, 2 boys and I wereOpenTable Diner Since 2005Dined on 4/4/2010My husband, 2 boys and I were very excited to go to the Palm Court for Brunch this past Easter Sunday. We had heard so many wonderful things about this brunch. Upon arrival we were seated and quickly asked what we wanted to drink. My husband was confused that they never explained what was available, where to go for the different types of food, nothing. No real interaction from the waiter. Food was wonderful, as expected. But we didn't enjoy the food because the service was so incredibly terrible. Never did a waiter come by to ask us for a refill, I had to continually flag someone down. A waiter never came by to clear our plates, I had to pile them up and get out of my chair to find someone to clear my plates. Miserable!!!!!
- Our family (6) had EasterOpenTable Diner Since 2005VIPDined on 4/4/2010Our family (6) had Easter Champagne Brunch at the Palm Court. Therefore, our experience cannot be generalized to a normal brunch at the Palm Court, though we always enjoy those as well. Extra waiters were on hand so, despite a full house, service was at its normal impeccable level. Even though the service was primarily a buffet, the waiters kept the Champagne glasses filled throughout the meal, got special drinks for the kids, and provided condiments above and beyond those on the buffet, etc. There were hot and cold meats, shellfish, fish, vegetables, omlettes to order and all of high qualit as well as a lot of fesh fruits, smoothies, and a an enormous table heaoped high with premium dessert options. Sticking to a diet - impossibleSpecial Features: