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About Edgar's - Quail Lodge
Fresh Ingredients. Distinctively Local.
Savor all of the flavors of the fresh ingredients harvested from local organic farms that are hand selected by Edgar's at Quail Chef Brian Kearns and exquisitely prepared by his culinary team into the savory dishes available on our new menus.
Set in the Clubhouse of Quail Lodge & Golf Club, our Carmel, CA restaurant, Edgar's at Quail, features a casual elegance with its indoor and outdoor fireside dining located alongside the natural backdrop of the golf course and Santa Lucia Mountains. Please join us at Edgar's to enjoy finely prepared fresh ingredients everyday.
Carmel, CA 93923
Californian, Burgers, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Sunday: 11:00am - 4:00pm; Dinner: Monday - Sunday: 4:00pm - 9:00pm
Carmel Valley Road
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
From wine and appetizers to plated full dinners. Selection of menus available upon request.
Private lot is safe, lighted, and steps away from the restaurant.
Public Transit Stops about 1/2 mile away.
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Outdoor dining, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Private Room, Takeout, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Happy Hour every day 4-6pm
Please visit us at www.quaillodge.com for our Signature Events
Edgar's at Quail Lodge has a private room which can accommodate up to 10 guests. Groups of 24 can be seated in Main dining area. Large parties can reserve one of our spacious and beautiful banquet event venues. Additional fees may apply
Edgar's - Quail Lodge Ratings and Reviews
I had the Pork Chops and they were delicious. Best I've ever had. The yams that came with them were dynamite! I very much enjoyed my dinner. Getting my mom, who uses a walker, into the dining room wasn't the easiest - kind of a long walk for her, but we made it.
Made reservation for New Year's eve 6 days beforehand.
Even so, we were assigned a bad table: tiny, against a wall,
with a tall plant right behind my companion, and leaves
brushing his head, and a tv set directly above us.
We asked for another table. Though several were empty,
it took about 15 mins. before one was ready for us.
The new table was between two noisy large groups,
and every wall around us held a large tv screen,
most of which were tuned to sporting events.
I'd hoped for a quiet, intimate evening.
Obviously, this one would not be that.
The oysters were tiny, but tender.
The beef Wellington was large, juicy,
tender, and tasty, but the puff pastry
crust was limp and soggy.
I recommend with reservations. It was 5:30 on New Year's Eve. Some specials for the occasion. Lobster which was good but too many mashed potatoes and very little lobster. Beef Wellington was ok, not great. Market salad was delicious and recommended by the wait staff. Some of the wait staff had not changed their uniforms from lunch and some of the lunch customers were still there. Tables were decorated for New Years and restaurant advertised for dinner from 5-9:00. At least on New Years, get rid of the lunch crowd before 5:00, or don't advertise for New Year's dinner.
The appetizers were not that great. Not fully cooked and a bit cold. Drinks were excellent and the main course was very good. Service was a bit slow but they were busy and I’m sure that’s not the usual. Overall prices are a bit high but that seems to be the norm in this area (we’re locals).
My wife and I were guests at the Lodge for two nights and had dinner both evenings at Edgar's. We celebrated our 50th anniversary and not disappointed with the service or service. The Sand Dabs and the braised Lamb Shank were the highlights. The exceptional wine list had local wines of Monterey County, California and Europe at attractive prices. The semi-casual setting is appropriate for the Carmel Valley. Try it.......you'll love it!
My husband and I ordered the pork chops with maple sweet potatoes , apples, vegetables. The pork chops were tender and perfectly seasoned. Well balanced savory and sweet elements to the meal. We shared a Caesar salad as an opener and it still was a large serving. We paired the meal with a Cabernet- went well. Since we were celebrating a special occasion we topped it off with a lovely creme brulee. Yummy meal, nice ambiance near the fireplace. A 10 for sure!
WE HAVE BEEN DINING AT EDGARS FOR YEARS AND HAVE USUALLY BEEN HAPPY. WE WENT FOR OUR ANNIVERSARY 10/14 AND HAD A TERRIBLE DINING EXPERIENCE. THE BAR WAS PACKED AND VERY NOISY. DUE TO THE PEOPLE IN THE BAR THE SERVICE WAS VERY SLOW. THEY WERE SERVING AN OKTOBERFEST MENU AND OUR DINNER WAS OVERCOOKED AND TASTELESS. WE COMPLAINED AND THEY DID NOT CHARGE US FOR ONE MEAL. WE MIGHT TRY THEM AGAIN WHEN THEY ARE SERVING THEIR REGULAR MENU.
We have been eating at Edgars for a number of years and appreciate the consistency of the food and the friendly service. The outside patio overlooks the golf driving range and is dog friendly. The dining room itself is very casual since it is part of the golf club house. The clam chowder is the best on the peninsula!
Very disappointed in the service. Our drinks ordered when we first arrived did not come until we asked again and after the starter. Another in our group ordered a glass of wine with her entrée and it came after asking again and after she finished her entrée. One ordered a Caesar salad with salmon and was charged $38.00, $12.00 for the salad and $20.00 for the salmon - should of mentioned the salmon would cost an additional $20.00 as the guest thought it came with the salad already. Plus we were charged $2.00 additional for avocado that was not on the salad. And the salmon entrée was $28.00. Go figure?
Nice menu. Maybe it was my taste buds but my Reuben sandwich tasted bland, wanted to add salt. My guests were happy and felt their salads were tasty. The setting was lovely, overlooking the driving range - we sat out in the patio because it was a beautiful day. As cute as our wait person was, I felt it must have been her first day. We were seating - no one bothered to ask us if we wanted something to drink. Had to get the attention of a wait person working with another table.. (Another table was seated 5 minutes after us and promptly got their drinks.) Had to ask for sugar for the ice tea - none on the table. When it was time to place our food order, one party ordered a Cobb salad - the waitress asked if he wanted French fries or salad with his Cobb salad - ?? It must have been her first day.
Dinner on Sunday night was quite busy with big tables. Felt like the Club patrons having dinner after golf. Bit too noisy for me. The menu has good variety. Calamari misto was light and well prepared. The short rib was too dry. Nothing as to die for that meal. Might try it again if I'm up in the Valley
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