What a difference a year makes! The last time we dined here the place was full, the pace bustling, the service attentive and knowledgeable, the food inspired as compared to our recent experience. No one was there on Mother's Day night but the music was so loud that we couldn't hear the staff and vice versa. They were out of an ale but our server wasn't aware of the fact until I had ordered;however, she quickly brought a couple similar samples. The staff were not as sartorially sharp as a year ago. But we were hopeful the food remained superb. The kale sald was substantial enough to share with crisp greens but very lightly dressed. It was missing a salty element. The fish and chips, supposedly Best In Town, was disappointing. It was mostly batter with very scant fish. And what was there was dried like jerky. Would have sent it back if not for our pending theater time. The chips over shadowed the fish. They were thick cut and golden brown. My companion's steak, also "best", was cooked more rare than specified drenched in thick country gravy. The broccoli rabe was perfectly cooked.
Overall disappointing. Unfortunately, I do not see a rosy future for Argyll.
Thank goodness for the manager who noticed we had been completely forgotten by our waiter. Food was o.k....not going back.
Wanted to love this meal, particularly the lamb burger but it was so mediocre in flavor and such a dry bun. Oh well, never again for that. Two diners liked the fish and chips. Another got gnocchi with some sort of barbque pork on it, not good, don't go there.
The fish was great, with excellent sauces. The chips were too fat, so I asked for thin French fries. The waitress did bring them, which was very nice of her.
I would have appreciated more than two food items on the plate--like cole slaw or a small salad.
The selection of single malt scotches and of whiskies is prodigious.
The food had some uneven qualities, but the positives were noteworthy. The kale salad was unique and fresh, the salmon rilletes were unique and tasty. Server was very friendly, ambiance was inviting.
Great lively atmosphere. Food was delicious. Service excellent. We had a great time and a very yummy dinner!
This is one of our favorite restaurants in Denver. We have never had a bad meal here, and it deserves as much praise as it gets. Standout options... Fish and Chips (hands down, the best you will ever have), the whole fried cornish hen, and the lamb burger. All are upscale, gourmet versions of classic dishes. You will not be disappointed.
Unusually warm weather made sitting outside pleasant and I enjoyed a local vodka martini. Once we were inside, we asked to be moved because the table we were given had blinding sun, but the second table, behind the bar was very noisy - too noisy to actually talk to each other. The music was also too loud. The lamb burger was cooked to perfection, but the hard bun and all the other stuff on the burger drowned out the taste of the lamb. The chicken salad was too small for a dinner salad, but it was good. The white wine was okay, but the red wine, a Pinot Noir, was not very good - probably from a bottle that had been open too long . Did not send the wine back, should have, but also left the glass behind mostly full. 1st time to the new location, disappointed, because we liked Argyll when you were in Cherry Creek!
Food was okay. Wine was great. Appetizer came out 25 mins after ordering. Only 20 people in entire place. Took us an hour and 30 minutes for dinner.
Argyll was a lot of fun--they have a huge selection of spirits, including whiskeys, ryes, bourbons, rums, tequilas, gin, and more. Great cocktails and good wine list to boot.
The food was a Scottish-themed take on bar food, including things like Scotch Eggs and fabulous brussels sprouts. One of our party needed to be gluten-free, and they did try to accommodate her. One thing had to be sent back when it arrived with a sauce that was thickened with flour, but the rest was nicely done, and they were lovely about sending the dish back.
If you are a drinker or love Scottish fusion bar food, I'd recommend Argyll. The staff is a pleasant and fun, the atmosphere is great, and the spirits menu is ten kinds of fabulous!
We've been to Argyll before and the fish and chips were fantastic. Not so last Monday - different chef? Only one piece of fish where usually two perfectly fried pieces are served, and this single piece was dripping grease. The triple fried french fries were uncooked in the middle and not hot. These were the most divine steak fries in town the last few times we visited.
Waitress was attentive and wonderful. View from the enclosed patio onto 17th Avenue was
delightul; it's particularly pretty when it's snowing.
I love love love this place. I could order everything on the menu and this night, we almost did. The drinks are artfully crafted and tasty. The food is simple, but delicious and well put together. I could come here every weekend!
All the food and drinks were wonderful and I would highly recommend this place, but that pretzel! We even ordered an extra for dessert.
We took my husbands dad here for his birthday. Service was amazing from the very beginning. It was a bad snow and the valet was fantastic. So friendly and even told us to go back in and stay warm while he got the car.
Our waiter was awesome, drinks were tasty and well done, and when the food came we were all blown away at how delicious the Shepards pie was. We will be back soon!
Reliable, stylish place when entertaining a group or friends--.especially if they have varying food preferences. Great whiskey list!
I was excited to try this new place out and the food was up to par for the cost, but there server wasn't. She could never be found and we were always waiting for her to come back.
My wife and I decided to go here for our special 2016 New Years Eve dinner since we did last year and had a nice time. However, this year ended up being a big disappointment.
First, there was no Valet as promised by their details so we had to drive around the block looking for street parking. It was freezing cold so we had counted on Valet as part of our full New Years experience. This really frustrated me right from the start.
Then what really ruined the experience was that they decided to only do a price fix menu, no options from their typical menu. This is NOT how they did it last year and they did not communicate this at all for this year. There was NO note within Open Table about the price fix meal and NOTHING on their website. I felt tricked, once we sat down we were kind of stuck and could not get the items from their usual menu that we planned and looked forward to getting.
To then top it all off, the price fix food was mediocre at best and WAY over priced for it's quality. The duck egg roll app was a little gamey and before we could even finish them our main entree's came out. The short rib entree was room temperature, a little dry, and just not that interesting of a dish. So not only were we let down by the lack of a full menu, the meal we HAD to choose was just not that great. I will say the bread pudding desert was VERY good so it was nice to leave on a decent note.
I am just so disappointed with the experience and suggest to everyone that if they plan to eat here on any sort of holiday, I'd call in advance to make sure they are not going to spring some over priced average quality price fix meal on you.
Waitress was very new to waiting tables, didn't read the specials. Pricey sandwhiches that don't include the price of sides. The mimosas had very little champaign. And the sun was so hot blasting through the windows that even though it 10°outside we were sweating. The manager was very nice and willing to listen to us and promised a better experience next time.
Amazing experience! Great service, food, and ambiance. They offer a unique and flavorful twist on traditional English and European foods. The Pate is to die for, and the Fish & Chips exceed their well deserved reputation. We will definitely return!
Mac and cheese was bland! So many good cheeses out there and they picked a tasteless one. Bacon was good. Ahi tuna plate was so small! Had to eat again when we got home. Chipolte Caesar was interesting and good - just spicy enough.