VALENTINE’S DAY MENU - $95 per couple for Chef Scott Ottinger's Four Course Menu with Entrées like Crown Rack of Lamb for 2, Creamed Spinach Stuffed Portabella Mushroom, Beef Tenderloin Filet (8 oz.), Chicken 2 Ways (Pan-seared Chicken Breast - Confit Chicken Drumstick), or Pan Seared Black Grouper
Wednesday, February 14, 2018
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Sun 2:30PM - 9:30PM
Mon - Fri 4:00PM - 9:30PM
Sat 2:30PM - 9:30PM
Despite the restaurant being empty on a Sunday when The Phantom of the Opera was on a block away, the service was tremendously slow. The waiters was not able to serve two coffees at the same time. My three eggs breakfast came with two eggs only. But I was lucky. My friend ordered shrimp and grits, which came in a very deep place. My grits was actually good, but hers had to be eaten with a spoon, because it was so watered down by a broth consistency dark sauce. She left everything on the plate. In any other place, they would've not charged for her meal.
I am never coming back, and already told my friends to stay away from this place
Went for Queens Feast. Great meal at a great value. Wasn't sure about eating at a restaurant associated with a hotel, but we were pleasantly surprised.
Excellent food and superior service near downtown and with parking in the holiday inn that can be validated
The overall quality of our experience was very good. We give high marks to our server Luis. He was knowledgeable about the menu and very attentive. The food was surprisingly good. Our table had the Morroccan Salmon, the Chicken Piccata and the Pasta Bowl. Each were ample, served attractively and warm. The focaccia is worth the visit. The wine list is limited, although we found a good Washington State Pinot Noir. It is noisy and like everyplace has TVs everywhere. Even so, we plan to return.
While our waitress was VERY sweet and VERY nice, we did not get the best service. We booked this reservation for their NYE dinner menu and at the time, we didn’t realize it was the restaurant connected to the Holiday Inn. The food was good and it was a good deal. Overall, they did a good job.
Ambience was cold, food not impressive for what we paid. No drinks included, dessert was suck.....
I have seen this place’s name around and thought I would give it a try for my birthday. Overall it was ok, nothing great. Should have thought a little more about it when it was located in the Holiday Inn Uptown.
Great food & outstanding service! Wide variety of menu options. Definitely a good value.
Good dining experience. Close to Belk theater. Good for a dinner with the family. Great food and excellent service. Have to try the cheese plate for an appetizer.
Good food in a location very close to the arena. Excellent location for dining prior to a show.
Our Tagine Private Dining Room may be reserved for more intimate or private dining experiences. In a dinner configuration, the Tagine room will accommodate up to 20 guests comfortably. With additional features including 50” flat panel screens and access to a complete collection of event technologies (see manager for pricing), these rooms can be used for a variety of functions. Our staff specializes in private functions and we pride ourselves in our ability to make them successful. We would love to discuss how we can help you celebrate. The direct line to Caffe Siena is 704.602.2750; ask for Tara Taillie, Restaurant Manager.View Private Dining Details