We enjoyed our dinner very much. We were looking for something a bit more adventurous than the usual Ut food, we found it. Delicious!
Chef tasting was amazing!
HEART BROKEN- this was our favorite place in ogden!... the menu change. We had planned for weeks (even with a reservation) to attend with another couple. Three of the four of us had already decided what we would have- then we learned all the items were removed from the menu. The amazing burger and the brick oven ham and three cheese sandwich. None of us could find anything that appealed to us on the spring menu. We are just about to leave when the waiter suggested the "dine in ogden menu" we all chose the 6 course. The yak meatball was good but slightly under cooked. The salvation was the coffee rubbed elk and Deseret. Sadly until the menu changes we wont be back to our once FAV PLACE.
Had dinner in the lounge versus the dining room although there really isn't much difference. The menu is short with just about a dozen selections or so but the food is incredible. This is the second time eating there for a business dinner and it could not be better. They don't always have the beverages of choice in stock but come back with excellent options in its place. The food and atmosphere is what will keep me coming back for dinner whether on business or on a date night. Good food for a decent price with many local fresh ingredients!
Great atmosphere and service. The menu was a little non traditional, but pretty good
Our server was very friendly and gave us some great recommendations, he really took the time to go over the menu options. Our meal was fantastic and we really enjoyed the overall experience.
I highly recommend this restaurant. I ate here the two evenings I stayed in Ogden
Although the yak was delicious, there was barely enough there to be called a serving. It was sliced for easy eating in 6 thin strips and placed around a very small serving of fingerling potatoes. At $44 dollars a plate I expected more food. It was just barely appetizer size. The Lamb gnocchi was a larger portion, and was decent, but that was all. Just decent. The dessert (a pear trifle) was way too heavy and dry. It was like eating butter (consistency) and tasted mostly of cinnamon. For the amount of money paid, we really wanted to like this place. It was very disappointing. We won't be returning.
We spent quite a lot of money at Hearth on 25th for two people on Valentine's Day. The atmosphere was almost there to make it match the price. However, the hostesses were looking extremely casual, wearing jeans, the service staff was wearing nice looking uniforms, but one of them carried around a bright orange rag in the back pocket (it was quite gross to watch it flopping around), and one of the servers dropped off our desserts about 5 minutes after we received our steak. I asked him to take that back and to bring dessert in 30 minutes or so. Our assigned server apologized, so that was okay. Most of the tables had table cloths, but we sat at a table without one, and it was sticky. This restaurant almost has a European feel to it, but there are paintings of food on the walls instead of art. Which is also unfortunate. I don't know of anyone who likes to see pictures of food when they are looking for an experience at a restaurant. It's too bad these little things have escaped management's attention. This could be such a cool place!
Very nice Valentine's menu, the selection and wine pairings were excellent and Hailey was superb providing the service and taking good care of us. My wife and I will go back and try their regular menu soon.