It is a beautiful space but the food is surprisingly underwhelming. I specifically asked for the octopus dish without chorizo and the waitress brought me chorizo. She apologized for the kitchen's mistake but then the fish dish was incredibly bland. Again, she apologized but I do not think I will return.
Funky vibe. Great staff. Cleaver and fun food.
Great food and wait staff, however, Chambers could use a good scrubbing... a little dirty with seedy seating and the one shared sink for the two bathrooms was clogged.
Loved the Huevos Rancheros, my friend had the Pork Belly, both recommended by our server, we were really happy!
Cool vibe with lovely smiley bartenders & waitstaff.....
The food was good however the service was awful. Our waiter was in a rush and abrupt. I asked if we could get the Brussels sprouts with less oil and he sarcastically replied “they’re fried”. He wasn’t happy with the questions we had regarding the menu and he showed it. The food was good but I wouldn’t go back for dinner. The music and ambiance were fantastic.
Location is a bit dicey but staff made up for that with charm and great food.
A little late for our 7:15 reservation, we sat @ the bar & the service was great. Sat down for dinner & had a memorable experience. Were definitely going back
Very nice meal. Everybody was wonderful. Would dine there again
Everything was good but the menu is limited and not so great for kids.
I loved Chambers. The staff are super nice, the menu is small, but with a great variety of inventive tapas and bigger plates that pair well together and with the cocktail, beer and wine menus. They are very upfront about asking about dietary considerations and I have no doubt that the kitchen would be able to cater to any special requirements. The only issue was the long pause in between the two orders of tapas dishes that we ordered - which was only an issue because we had to make it to the Symphony. However, as soon as they knew we were in a hurry the staff were on it and expedited the orders and made sure we were out the door on time.
The decor wAs eclectic and vintage.. the hostess very friendly as we're the servers and bartenders.
While the hotel and restaurant has a hip vibe appearance online, the deco appears worn and tired once there. Unfortunately, the neighborhood doesn't help - some basic cleaning and sprucing up around the hotel and restaurant with a security would make a better impression. I really wanted to like this retro little place, but there was too many basic things amiss. We went for Sunday brunch and had soft scrambled eggs, as indicated on the menu the potatoes were crisp and brown but raw in the middle. Very little scrambled eggs - which had small chunks of semi-raw carrots and broccoli . The so called Souffle pancake could best be described as a mound of thick, baked custard dotted with blue berries and caramelized pieces of apple, with Green Tea ice-cream (what happened to the Maple ice-cream?) really disappointing unless you like custard. Even the fresh squeezed orange juice seemed watered down with no flavor.
I've eaten here numerous times in the past and have come to enjoy it very much. Unfortunately, this visit was way under par and makes me second guess ever returning or recommending to friends. Had to ask for things a few times, one starter was forgotten, as was soy milk for our French press. I'm gonna chalk it up to a quiet Sunday after thanksgiving where I'm sure everyone just wished they were home and vertical, but when you are one of two tables in the joint, you'd think better service would come from the 8 servers, bussers, and staff hanging out chatting and laughing at the bar station.
We arrived for Sunday brunch. Not alot of selections but the eggs Benedict was spot on and the veggie option was really tasty. Beautiful decor, nice and cozy, great music and great service. The only reason I gave it 4 stars and not 5 is the lack of an espresso machine.. drip coffee only. Other than that it was really good.