I ordered the bone-in filet, which was quite fatty. This fatty filet was also $60. Save your money and eat in downtown Middleburg. You’ll likely have a better experience, get a better meal, and not feel ripped off.
Can't wait to go back! Loved everything about my meal. The waiter was great as well! :-)
Over priced holiday menu. Charged for drinks on fixed price dinner.
We had our annual family Holiday brunch in Middleburg at Harrimans Va Piedmont Grill. Harriman’s has a great atmosphere and solid brunch menu. The food was good and would have been better if it were actually warm/hot. Our server was either new, not trained properly or didn’t care. He immediately asked for our food order before taking our drink order. We needed to ask him for everything and we felt rushed to complete our brunch and leave. We will definitely look for a new brunch venue next year.
I didn't have overly high expectations but given the $115 cost of the chef's menu, I have to rate the experience and food very poorly. While two of the courses were good, some were just plain below average. The scallops, cheese course and carrots needed some work. For the cost and attempted reputation, overall a very disappointing food experience. Also, I paid $45 for the wine pairings. This was a huge miss. Not only did they pour half the wines after I finished the course, but the pairings were often shockingly bad. Lastly, while I've usually found the pastry chef here to be fantastic, last night's dessert was truly awful. It was this burnt gelatinous fennel tasting mess. No discount was offered given the terrible wine service. Overall, this place needs help.
Our server Crystal was excellent and the food (pork chop, cheese plate, beet salad, and duck confit) was incredible. Everything was perfect.
Just average high end dining. No wow factor, nothing to really set it apart from other similar upscale places. Food was average, taste was bland. Service was outstanding very polite and courteous.
This is the "fancy" restaurant at Salamander Resort and Spa. Servings were on the large side and menu was varied and interesting. You have to try the "world's greatest chicken nugget" at least once before you die. Hint: it's not chicken.
This restaurant obviously aspires to 5 diamond rating
The menu is creative. Many wonderful options
The service was slightly overbearing
My criticisms are minor but annoying considering the price and somewhat pretentious service
My Proseco was served too warm and the cheese too cold
I complained about the cheese and was told”that’s how we serve it” as if I needed to be corrected
I asked how the chutney was made , as I am very allergic to mangos. An answer was promised but never delivered
Good food but needs some rough spots smoothed out
Breakfast was so good. Decorated for the holidays. Good vibe.