Excellent food (Lobster bisque, filet of sole with lump crab). Great cocktails. The restaurant could use a few more wait staff, as service can get slow at times.
We love going to Skippack for dinner and this is one of our favorite spots. Food is always excellent and so is the service. The room is beautiful. Highly recommend for a special occasion. For a more casual meal, eat in the bar/restaurant downstairs.
As an anniversary gift to my wife, I made this reservation for her, our two daughters-in-law, and our granddaughter. I was not a member of the party. I knew Anne would enjoy catching up with the other women in the family. From the rave reviews I received from all in attendance, I would guess that food, service, and ambiance were all impeccable.
This was our second visit and remains one of our favorite local restaurants. This visit was to celebrate a birthday. Our server, La, added to the special occasion. Her overall demeanor plus her attentive but not intrusive approach was a lovely addition to our dining experience. Our dinner included raw oysters, calamari, filet with goat cheese as well as a few cocktails. Each plate complimented the one it followed. The drinks were unique and tasty. I highly recommend this establishment.
We went for brunch and had such a great time! The food was delicious and the staff were friendly and nice. We read some mixed reviews on their Sunday brunch, however, there was an overabundance of food and desserts. The price also includes a complimentary glass of champagne, and it was a very generous glass. Our only feedback is they should have two chefs working the omelette, pasta and carving stations, especially during the busier hours. Other than that, it was wonderful and we’ll definitely go back!
Gabrielle was excellent. She was very attentive and friendly.
Normally, everything is fantastic when I dine here. This day was the exception. I had the lamb special, with the greens and pistachio risotto, and it was greasy. The greens and the risotto were laden with grease - not butter: grease. Everything else was delicious, though. Don't worry. I've been here too many times to know that this was not the norm for you. I'll be back.
We received a gift card for Hotel Fiesole and decided to hold it for our 37th wedding anniversary dinner. We came on a dreary rainy Saturday night and walked into a beautifully decorated entrance all ready for Christmas. They sat us right next to the window that looked out over all the twinkling white lights in Skippack. We had the best waitress, named "LA". She made our evening perfect. she catered to our every need. We both ordered the specials (Black bass filet over root vegetables) which was delicious. They surprised my husband and I with a glass of champagne along with the most delicious chocolate crepe dessert ever! My husband and I have gone to a lot of restaurants over the years. This was our first time here and I can guarantee you it will not be our last! Thank you for making our anniversary so special!
We enjoy our meals at the Hotel Fiesole. The food, the service and the ambiance are exceptional.
The drinks and food were excellent unfortunately the service was very slow and we were early dining with only three tables being served.
Peg and I really enjoy dining at Hotel Fiesole. The food, service and ambiance are all the best.
At Sunday brunch, the main entrée foods at the buffet were very good, but the deserts were nothing like the fancy, pretty ones pictured on their website. Brunch is until 2:00P and at 12:00P there was hardly any deserts to select from. Most plates on the desert table were empty. For a ladies brunch we look forward to the fancy deserts so we were very disappointed. The chef at the food buffet was wonderful and friendly.
Wonderful professional and personable service. Delicious food! Beautiful room, great table by the window. Exceeded all expectations.
Great restaurant with unique, delicius food choices and desserts
Absolutely! Amazing!!! My husband and I love this place.
Not too crowded for a Friday night. Good service. Enjoyed a quiet dining experience.
While the food was very good (no complaints on that except for the dinner rolls), I would have to say that I have had meals equally good for less money at other venues. It was quite expensive. Our bill was $196 for three people. For that kind of money, I really don't want to see TVs in the bar. I expect a more elevated level of dining. And I would prefer to not have some kind of Sirius/XM music playing that interrupted with commercials. Honestly, that's not $196 worth of ambiance. It's a pretty building, but they need to up their game from an experience perspective.
We went for Easter Brunch. I'm not quite sure what happened, but after we were seated it was over 15 minutes before someone came to our table to take our drink order, after we said something. The food was great and the service did get better, but was a rough start.
Brunch was very good, but the service was definitely lacking. The chef often left his station at the buffet table, and we were unable to get individual pasta dishes as a result. They ran out of some desserts and we were told there weren't any more. The bus boy spilled a mimosa all over the guest of honor, which was very awkward. It was expensive at $32 per person, and disappointing as a result.
The brunch was fabulous! The brunch buffet had multiple stations - Omelet station (although no meat selection), breakfast meats/potatoes, antipasto, hot lunch selections, gnocchi station and desserts. Everything was delicious and the atmosphere was quiet and elegant. This was a special treat since it is expensive but well worth it.