There's no denying the connection between Baltimore and crustaceans. Crabs, to be exact. Find a wide range of local delights - from Maryland crab soup to crab cake platters – coupled with distinctive dishes from around the world at our Inner Harbor restaurant in the heart of downtown.View Private Dining Details
We have been coming to the Bistro 300 at the Hyatt Regency Baltimore for several years for our anniversary. Good food and outstanding service is what we have grown accustom to.
We had just driven 9 hours and this was relaxing and an enjoyable way to end our trip . The crab cake was mainly crab and delicious.
The service was excellent and the ambiance was nice, even with the construction in the hotel. The breakfast was great.
Great food which was enhanced by very attentive and friendly service.
I was staying at the hotel and saw an extensive room service menu. I thought the restaurant's would be similar since it was the same kitchen. It wasn't. It was much abbreviated with only 5 entres and no specials. I selected two apps, thinking I would go back for more. The crab cake tasted only fried, with no tase of crab. This ios baltimore inner harbor; there should be some crab taste! The three scallops were served in a pool of butter with way too much garlic. I could not tase the scallops. I had to ask for bread. They said they could probably find some. I expected more from a Hyatt. I will definitely NOT return.
Crab bisque was delicious with ample size crab.
Hard to get service. Food was not hot, it was clearly sitting for a while.
Great meal, wonderful service and attention to detail -- even on Restaurant Week! Beautiful ambience and matching dishes make for a memorable time.
Pleasant atmosphere, quiet, superb tasting food and excellent service.
I enjoyed the appetizers and the drinks. The service was excellent and the staff was professional.
The restaurant was fine and the food was great except we were the only ones there
My son took me to The Bistro for Mothers Day the Breakfast Buffet was amazing. The service was impeccable. Highly recommend for special occasions or just a place to have a nice meal.
Very accommodating for business lunch
I would have rated the food higher, but it was only lukewarm. Otherwise, it was very good!
Not busy yet took 30 minutes for food to arrive. Good but not anything to write home about.
This restaurant is only about 2 blocks from the Baltimore Convention Center. The space is a kind of mezzanine with a pond and small tables. You can't really see out into the hotel. Service was slow, given that only a few tables were occupied for our early lunch, but the food was very good when it arrived: Cobb salad, chicken avocado sandwich, and house salad (greens, blueberries, pistachios, feta cheese). 1/2 serving combos (either 1/2 a sandwich and 1/2 a salad or 1/2 soup) were a good deal: both halves were decently sized. Would definitely go back for a quiet get-away from the convention center.
Great night out with hubby celebrating our anniversary. Shared our space with great hostess, service staff & good selection.
Poor service. This was a business breakfast. Waitress (Penny) clearly didn't feel like working, so she made a big fuss and acted annoyed by everything we asked for (almond milk for a lactose intolerant person, a latte bc it was "all the way downstairs," more water). It made for a very uncomfortable meal with a client.
We ordered off of the menu and it was very good.
We took advantage of the breakfast buffet, which included a special order omelet. The omelet was delicious. and very generous. We had this along with the fresh fruit, tea and a muffin, and were full for the whole day. The service was good, the staff was friendly and attentive. There were other good menu choices aside from the buffet.
Excellent food and service! Highly recommend! I think the review shouldn't require a specific number of words. Other than that.. Loved the experience.
Forget what you think or hear about "hotel food", Bistro 300 can proudly stand next to the finest restaurants in Baltimore. Our meals were prepared with care and wait staff expertly attended to our special requests. My wife's crab cake entree was what you would expect from the state that wrote the book on crab cakes. My avocado/turkey sandwich was both healthy and flavorful. Chef Sarah added the final touch to this wonderful dining experience when she came to our table to ensure everything was perfect.
The breakfast buffet / al la cart menu offered healthful AND indulgent options.
Can't wait to get back for another experience!
Food used to be better. Not sure if there was a change in the kitchen recently or not. It is usually much better. Service was excellent, as always.
A very quiet and peaceful place to eat lunch. Great ambience with the indoor water features.
The staff was very accommodating and the food was decent for hotel food.
my wife and I went for a valentines dinner. the food was good, restaurant was nice, service was very good and complementary champagne. that said i can't say what it would be like for a "normal" dining experience.
My wife worked until 2 with no lunch break so we went for an early dinner... 4 pm
The place was deserted. We were literally the only people in the restaurant.
It was a very enjoyable meal. Server was attentive, food was good, we enjoyed being able to talk without all the general noise you usually have.
I would definitely go back. From the amount of staff available I think that they probably manage their tables well.
So take a chance... even crowded you should have good food at prices that are about right for a downtown hotel restaurant.
The staff was very accommodating during Snowmaggeddon this past weekend.
The decor was tasteful, as well.
I'd recommend this recommend this restaurant.
Great location for New Years Eve with great view for fireworks.
Food and service were excellent. Would recommend for private lunch or dinner private conversation
It's expensive but then it's a downtown location. I had the Cobb salad for dinner. Breakfast brunch was good.
Enjoyed breakfast at the harbor for the first time in many years
The on line menu sounded terrific but the actual restaurant is just a hotel spot with pre fab everything and mediocre over priced food.
Kim is the absolute best server. She remembers you when you visit and makes certain that your dining experience is wonderful!
Went for a Sunday brunch with an old friend who I had not seen in five years. Although their brunch menu looked excellent, we both opted for the buffet, which was wonderful. We occupied the table for 2.5 hours and wait staff was appropriately attentive, without being overbearing and we were not at all rushed to leave. Atmosphere was beautiful, and excellent central location with easy parking.
My family and friends have gathered here a few times. The atmosphere is open and relaxing and the buffet always hits the spot.
We came here to enjoy Baltimore's Restaurant week for lunch. The food was beautifully presented and tasted fantastic. One of the best meals I've had in a long time, partly due to the fact that the service was AMAZINGGG! Our waiter, Said, was truly the best. He went out of his way to make sure we enjoyed eating here. He was funny, kind, and provided great service. I will definitely be going back and asking to sit in Said's section. :)
Got lunch here during restaurant week, and started off with a really good crab cake appetizer. Cheeseburger was next, not overly flavorful, but cooked as ordered. The desert was skippable. Not crowded, so the conversation at the table was easy. Only real complaint is that the service was kind of slow given that they were not busy.
I took my family for a birthday dinner and we were ignored for a good 15minures. And had to call a waiter to ask him if he can take out order! He was the only one who was working that night I guess because he was everywhere n confused. Food was terrible!
Very attentive to us. Would love more of s selection.
No hostess. Wait staff worked hard to cover up slow service. Food a bit pricey,but good not great . Very art gallery deco. Probably would be a good date night adventure