The service was a bit slow in the beginning, as we waited for a waiter to come to our table at least 15 min. However once he came ( Sergio) service was very good, and the dinner 3 courses, was wonderful. Great flavors.
We had breakfast brought to our room one morning and it was very nice.
Highly recommend resort and The Grove restaurant.
It was very nice to have a wonderful meal at the resort and not have to go elsewhere.
My wife and I dined at this restaurant for the fourth Christmas in a row, and it will be our last. It started with us being seated at a booth with 4 tables, and 3 other couples...about 18 inches between tables...no privacy. The new chef eliminated the excellent prix fix menu from the past...turkey, dressing, etc...the dishes served were poor....not holiday related. I could go on and on, but your website is extremely slow, so I'll quit for now.
There were not enough menus, we got 2 menus to share for 5 people, some of us got cold food and we had to wait a long time even though the restaurant was not crowded. Perhaps because it was Christmas Day. (?)
We picked this restaurant because we were staying at the resort and they offer an organic/farm to table menu. I want to start off by stating the service was great. The staff was very attentive, they graciously moved our reservation at the last minute, when a larger party arrived they offered to move our table to a quieter area, and were very apologetic throughout the evening. The night we dined, the restaurant was also hosting a larger party ( an office dinner I believe) so the noise level was pretty high, but I don't believe it typical for the restaurant. We ordered a couple appetizers before the large party showed, and they were pretty good. The tuna tartare was good, but would have preferred a little less of their lemon aioli, it drowned out the tuna. The lobster bisque was quite salty and we sent it back. and the crab cake that replaced it was very good. The food went downhill when the party arrived, I imagine the kitchen got slammed all at once. The food & beverage manager was very nice and didn't charge us for our any of our meal, which we were surprised since our only big complaint was the entree but it was greatly appreciated. If we are ever in the area again, we would give it a second try.
Our drink order was wrong, noise level unbearable and food okay. Should not book individual diners when you have a large party dining. It ruined our evening.
The panko crusted sea bass was amazing. It was served over thinly sliced vegetables. Wonderful taste and presentation!
Had a great dinner during our stay at the Miramonte Resort. Casual atmosphere. Great fresh food. Recommended.
You wonder why it's called Artisan Kitchen when the bread basket is stale. Then the salad dressing taste like it came from a bottle. Actually the scallops were good. So, that is why I gave it an average review.
Grove at Miramonte Resort is always consistent. Basic menu with good food. We had cheeseburgers with fries and a spinach salad. It is a nice restaurant and quiet with a beautiful view and setting.
For a special occasion, I highly recommend this restaurant. The food was very good and just the right portions.
I'd forgotten about this little gem in Indian Wells...glad I took 2 friends who had never been!! Very quiet atmosphere.
I went on a Sunday night in October. We were practically the only people in the restaurant. I think a lot of their customers come from the resort. Still the food was great, sitting outside was great (In October) and service was on point.
Amazing fresh food with a large variety of gluten-free options. The scallops were to die for and the paella was simply delish. Jorge was top notch and made us feel right at home. Thank you for such great service!
Dinner is served only in the bar area.... Regular menu with dining room prices :((
We were staying at the Miramonte resort and didn't want to leave the hotel for dinner. We both had a glass of wine as neither of us have to drive. i had the Ahi tuna tartare and my husband had the pan seared jumbo scallop. We both felt full after the appetizer, portion was so large. However, since we've already ordered the 3 course meal, I had the Grove Paella, which as it states, the rice tasted more like a risotto than a paella. It was filled with seafood and good. My husband went for the grilled 12 oz angus new york steak, which he found it to be slightly overcooked. For dessert, I chose the gourmet gelato sandwich between cookies - Chocolate-dipped Chocolate Chip Cookies with Vanilla Gelato, which was missing the chocolate-dip.