Went to watch Eagles game and it was perfect!
Very noisy food quality 0
We were wrapping up a trip to Ikea and starving. I checked Open Table for inspiration and found Legends. We'd never been there and weren't sure where it was in Conshohocken. Imagine our surprise to find out that it's in the Conshohocken Marriott. We were too hungry to change our minds, but it was odd eating in a hotel restaurant when we didn't have to. There are so many options in Conshohocken. The food and service were fine. It's not that I wouldn't recommend this place or return, but there are so many other great restaurants in the area that we'd probably go to first.
1, You sent breakfast menu which I perused but IS NOT available on Sundays when it is only buffet and few other choices. Friends were here for Penn relays and menu had changed since late year but I didn't feel it appropriate to argue with waitress although she kept trying to goad me into it
2. Entire pretty much empty restaurant at 8 a.m. but they seated a party of at least 10 (including children) next to us.
3. You asked.
the menu is a little pricy but the food is generally good
Was looking for a place to hold a business meeting over breakfast for colleague and myself in the area. Did not know it was in the Marriott but decided to go anyway because it was convenient. We both enjoyed our breakfast, I had the breakfast quesadilla and she had the buffet. Very good service and food was good too!
Seated quickly for a Friday night. Attentive waitress, and great list of specials. We didn't order appetizers (though the choices looked good!), but each of us ordered very different kinds of entrees and we all tasted each other's food. The fish was outstanding, baby-back ribs were amazing with the best marinade-sauce I've had in a long time, and the sandwich (yes, one had a sandwich for dinner) was stuffed and fresh. Terrific menu, really good food, casual atmosphere, good service-- the whole package!
Service was remarkable and the food was very good. The menu is diverse and the environment is modern with a sports motif. Repeat for sure!
With a name like Legends you should ensure the food is at least good!
Had weekday lunch with friends. No one there. Must be the high prices. If it wasn't for location near 76 and 476, I would not go back.
I made reservation for Sunday at 11 AM for "Sunday Brunch ". What we got was just a breakfast buffet. The reason we went was for a brunch, not a breakfast buffet. We stayed to avoid further travel to another restaurant.
Good breakfast and lunch place. A little pricey.
Great dinner. We went 2 times now. Good craft beer selection. It is in the Marriot Conshohocken Hotel, but its very much a Conshohocken gem. Has a good local feel. Do not overlook!
We had a business lunch at Legends. It was very nice. The bar was a little louder and the host sat us in a quieter area since we had mentioned it was a business lunch. Food was good and we were given the check in enough time to travel back to the office.
Went not knowing that this was no longer Shula's Steak house even though I don't eat steak I enjoyed their salads and my boyfriend wanted a steak. He had a burgar that was small with a very small side of french fries. I had the chpped salad which was a disgrace. It was a plate of lettuce and wasn;t even chopped. Asked for grilled chicken and got chunks of over seasoned chicken cubes. I would reccomend redoing the menu. The manager vas very nice and credited my salad and the waitress was also very nice an attentive. Thanks for the free pretzels in the lobby that was my dinner.
The service was slow. It's a hotel restaurant, enough said. To many other better choices to return.
Atypical visit. We wanted to watch the Phillies game on Saturday night. They couldn't get the Phillies game on Comcast - they were showing other baseball games instead. This was not good service for a sports bar in Philadelphia. We left for Garrett Hill Ale House and they were showing the Phillies. The ambience looked good. We didn't have any food but I had to select a rating for this review. I hope they pay their Comcast bill.
New name, same great service. Food is good, but not great.
Not sure what happened to Shula's 347, but we decided to give Legends a try, and are glad we did! Clean, modern atmosphere. Large bar. My husband got a burger on their wheat bun and really enjoyed it, though the fries were just standard. I had the swordfish which was delicious with their garlic olive oil spinach on the side. Friendly staff.
This was the first time that we had eaten here since it changed over from Shula's. The food was good but over priced. They were still charging the same prices for steaks (mid- $30 range) that they had when it was Shula's. The steaks were good, I had the Ribeye, but not Shula quality or size. I guess they thought that we would not notice. When we asked for bread (there were three of us) they brought out a piece of bread the size of a small dinner roll. If they continue to cut corners, they will drive people to eat at other area restaurants.
Noise level -though high - was no big deal. Great local place to take prospective candidates for a great steak, more upscale, good quality lunch. Sorry to hear that it's going to become "Legends". Now we'll have to drive to KofP or further on the Main Line for a steak.
It was new year's eve so there were not a lot of people in the dinning room at the time I was there. But the service was very good and the food was excellent.
Ate there on New Years Eve and they were terribly understaffed. apparently they are cosing for renovations on the 2nd of Jan. maybe they shouldnhave closed on Dec 31st. Good food poor atmosphere, cafeteria like setting. Hard to feel justified paying $37 for a steak in that atmosphere. However the steak and food was excellent.
If you read the reviews, you will see positive and negative comments. We were happy with the dinner but the service was less than stellar. The restaurant was virtually empty. There was one other couple and then later, another couple and a family came.
We waited atleast 10 minutes for the waitress to welcome us, she was the only one there. Our dinner was excellent and the hostess actually helped cleaned the table and ordered coffee. The bar seems to be a spotlight.
Food was average, service was average
Disappointing overall. Very few diners in the restaurant yet waited 10 minutes for a table then another 10 minutes for the waitress. They were out of several items on the menu and food was average at best for the price.
Overall the food is quite good and the steaks were delicious. For an in-hotel restaurant I'd say it meets expectations. The service could be more attentive, though. It is pretty common to sit with an empty plate in front of you for a while. The restaurant did not appear to be slammed at the time.
To me, the food seemed overpriced. Meh.
I'm not really much of a fan of steak houses to begin with. Guest had a steak, I had a burger, everything came out as it should have. My burger was tasty, and the steak was tender The bar doesn't seem very well stocked, and $6 for a Lager is a bit much. Overall, it was a decent place, just not sure I'd be the one asking to go back again.
The service was great, but the food was mediocre. Our reservation was at 6 pm, which was a little early for dinner. The restaurant was completely dead when we arrived; however, it took them forever to replenish water and bread throughout the dinner. My husband asked his steak to be cooked medium, but it came out well done. I ordered Ahi tuna, and it was really bland. Overall, the food was over-priced and nothing impressive. Will not be going back.