Excellent food. Attentive service. Surprised that it is t busier. Will be on the top of our list for Vail going forward.
Small portions for main dishes. Average food. Incredibly slow service.
Service and quality of food need a lot of work. Timing of food and drink and ordering needs to be improved
Visiting Vail for a ski trip.
Wines were amazing and the appetizers we shared were awesome, Japanese Eggplant Croquets and Roasted Cauliflower with Edamame Pesto.
Dinner was a different story- I order the Roasted 1/2 Chicken were seems great at first bite. 3 bites in, I cut into my dish to find out it was raw!
Sent it back for a new once, cut into the 2nd chicken, raw again!
Ended up with the “Wild Mushroom” Farro Risotto, which just had average baby bella mushrooms on top, and was totally mediocre!
The server and the manager did apologize for the mishap, and only charged us for only 2 entrees.
All in all, the raw chicken freaked me out, twice!
Very Pleased with service, great waiters!! Food was really good, was expecting a little bit more out of te Duck Leg.
The Leonora was delish! Andrew our server was the best! Very attentive and professional!
My son and I stopped in for dinner after a day of skiing. The ambiance was awesome with a floor to ceiling glass cylinder wine display. Service, food and attention to detail was excellent. We'll be back...this time with my wife!
Excellent food in a beautiful restaurant , however worst service in town. They keep switching waiters dropping utensils plates etc. Disaster they did not know what they were doing
We had the small plate tapas, they were varied and fantastic. Great flavours and well prepared. The staff are as amazing as the food. Friendly and attentive. We will definitely eat here again when back in Vail.
Very slow service! The wait staff didn’t check on us and were slow to respond to requests. It was 1.5 hour for tapas and salad. The table next to us left before ordering because it took so long. A shame because the food was good but we didn’t make it to entrees.