Every time we visit Sedona, we make it a point to have brunch at Che-Ah-Chi. The food is superb, the service friendly and professional, the setting is gorgeous (bring your camera), the entire hotel staff attentive and welcoming and helpful, including the new General Manager. One caution -- the portions, from the fruit plate to the malted waffles, are huge (probably to meet the excessive expectations of Americans and some Europeans) and probably meant to serve two. Ask about portion size or you may trouble getting out of narrow road through the Canyon. Finally, value. Dining here is a complete experience, comparable (I am guess) to the Resort's spa experience. Take it all in. Oh, make reservations.
Great service and great food and the waiter was very helpful
Get there before sunset to enjoy the view. Food was good but a little on the pricey side. Great waitstaff. Overall good place to go for a special occasion and great views.
Che-Ah-Chi is Enchantment's higher end restaurant and a friend suggested it. The service was good and attentive and the atmosphere was nice. The food was nicely prepared with a good selection. The wine list is by far the best in Sedona.
Unbelievable setting... fantastic food !!!! Excellent service ... this is a resort and restaurant you need to visit !!! Worth the short drive from Sedona ....
Went for a prix fixed New Year’s Eve dinner. For $150 per person I would expect amazing, unique food and perfect service. Neither was the case.
We sat for over a half hour before anything happend. Shouldn’t be too touch considering there are not options on the menu! My wife went without a bread plate or napkin for quite some time. First world problem I know but as someone who works in the high end service industry these things matter.
The food was prepared well but not unique. Spent $100 for a prix fixe menu with a world class Michelin chef in Mexico and was BLOWN AWAY by the entire menu. This New Year’s Eve effort seemed like a cash grab using an amazing view (not even visible because we ate at night!) to lure in prospective diners.
I communicated with someone who seemed to be a manager about my wife’s lactose intolerance. Very accommodating but misquoted the price. Told me $105 but bill came at $150. Typo or lack of communication? Seems like the latter based on my experience.
On the bright side, the food was prepared perfectly and my wife’s lactose intolerance was accommodated.
We went for brunch while on vacation. The location and dining view are worth it. The food was fine for a buffet style. The service was excellent. It is a beautiful place for the view from the restaurants....well worth the drive outside of the city.
The food here is way below average, especially for a place inside such a nice hotel. There was a special prix fixe for Christmas and all the dishes just tasted cheap and bad.
Our Christmas dinner was fantastic. Based on other recommendations, we arrived before sunset. We were glad we did. The red stone cliffs offer an amazing view from the dining room. The menu was prix fixe for the special occasion. The choices were fantastic- sunchoke soup, prawns, wild roasted bass, and a dessert combo of berries, white chocolate, and shortbread. Our servers were excellent - professional and friendly. The booth where we were seated was very comfortable and quiet.
Very good food, view is outstanding, recommended for dinner