Despite its refreshingly casual atmosphere, Litchfield’s more than earns its place of honor as the signature restaurant at The Wigwam. Named after Paul W. Litchfield, then Goodyear Tire & Rubber Executive and founder of Litchfield Park, Litchfield’s restaurant supports the local community with a menu crafted from farm-to-table and locally sourced produce.
- Surfaces sanitized between seatings
- Common areas deep cleaned daily
- Digital, disposable or sanitized menu provided
- Sanitizer or wipes provided for customers
- Limited number of seated diners
- Distancing maintained in common areas
- Extra space between tables
- Waitstaff wear masks
- Diners must wear masks unless eating or drinking
- Sick staff prohibited in the workplace
- Staff temperature check required
Beautiful inside and loved the Ambience..... The food and service was pretty bad. Our waitress was nice and tried to get the kitchen to get our food to us in a timely manner but she was not getting the help she needed. The kitchen was rude when the waitress told them chicken was cold and the brown rice was hard! My salad came out after everyone was finished with theres. Drinks took a very long time to receive and overall it was just not a good experience !
Great food and service! Be prepared to spend between $30 to $60 per person.
Typical high price small portion. The food is good, I wouldn’t say good enough to justify the pricing but still pretty good. I will be coming back because this is just a cool relaxing restraint with the ambiance.
The food is extraordinary, good wine list and great service. If I had 2 pieces of advice. Get laser cut wine glasses and Improve the desserts! We will definitely be back
Consistently great food, on par with the best in Phoenix or Scottsdale, we live in a culinary desert in the West Valley
This was the first time I came to this restaurant and it’s really nice. The food was amazing and the staff was excellent. Holly our server did an outstanding job.
Getting to The Restaurant is kinda counterintuitive and a pain...the menu options are minimal. The food was way overpriced for what you received...not to infer the food wasn’t good...because it was. BUT, it wasn’t commensurate with the cost. Our food server was borderline grumpy and not all that attentive, she wasn’t very busy.
They probably won’t get my return service!
Food was average. Ambiance was not spectacular. Requested not to add sausage in my plate but found one slice in the plate. They quickly replaced it and didn’t charge for dessert. But will not recommend it overall.
Everything from the food, service, ambiance, were all on point. The manager also came through to check how our meal was going. One of the best dining experiences I’ve had since moving to Goodyear.
We had an amazing family dinner. We thought it was about to be a bust when my mom ordered a halibut dish. It was dry, but the whole staff and restaurant immediately removed it from our table and replaced it with a better dish. We were reimbursed for the disliked dish, no questions asked. Everyone was really understanding and accommodating. We’ll be back! Thank you Litchfield for a wonderful experience!
Staff was very attentive. Great service and delicious food.
Long walk from parking lot to restaurant. Vallet parking was poorly manned.
Nice and quiet. Moderately priced but limited menu. Nice for a special event.
Nice place for a nice dinner
Food was excellent-expensive, but worth it. A nice oasis on a very hot Friday evening
Great service and food, but impossible to find the restaurant, you’ll get lost if you’ve never been there before. However, I highly recommend it.
After being seated, I waited 10 min, and no service, not even water. Went back to hostess desk to advise and they got me a server.
Limited menu with few choices. Food was Ok. Very over priced. Staff was pleasant but service was very slow. They don’t put ice in your water unless you ask and then they act like it is expensive. In Arizona??? No ice are you kidding?
The sourdough bread was outstanding…I had to ask 3 times for butter.
I’ll never go back and don’t recommend.
Great service overall but slow to get entrees, limited menu but excellent choices
This was the second time we had eaten here and it was just as amazing as the first. The ambiance is nice and the food was great. We like the seating arrangements , so one can see the chefs preparing meals. Overall nice all around.
Dined at Litchfield this evening. My order of pork belly was greige in color (gray/beige) and appeared to be boiled or steamed, Water-logged and with zero flavor. Very fatty. My husbands mussels were over-powered by a very hot chorizo, rendering the mussels flavorless. A corn chowder had a very odd smell and neither of us would even eat it (smelled tainted). My husband asked for the salmon to be skinless and the fatty layer removed. It was not as requested. My order of chicken had totally uncooked rice. Crunchy and crackly… RAW. The chicken was over-cooked and both dry and flavorless. The manager offered my husband many options… swap out soup, re-cook salmon or replace with halibut. The MANAGER would not respond to me. He didn’t offer to replace the plate, the rice, or all the veggies mixed in with the raw rice. He removed the salmon from the check. Meal was an utter failure. The MANAGER was a complete male chavinist pig for failing to even respond to me, much less replace a plate of raw rice. His eye content was entirely with my husband, and the manager turned away when I pointed out my meal failure.
The meal was a huge failure… the MANAGER was an utter and total failure. Zero insight and absolutely disrespectful.
We had the nicest and most attentive waitress. Kept tabs on us, refilled drinks and kept apologizing for the MANAGER.
Photo of pork belly.
Anniversary dinner! Nine years married!
The fish (both) were truly amazing. Never thought we could get fish of this quality in Phoenix.
Loved that there was no rush. No feeling like we had to hurry to turn the table. Steaks were great, perfectly seasoned and cooked. Halibut was a tad over done. Prices are a bit high in my opinion. Aps, dinner, drinks and a couple deserts for 5 will run you $500 with a decent tip. All in all a good spot. Will go again!
Great evening…food was excellent. Amanda was fantastic and Chef Chris nailed it with dinner…thank you all!!
I had the chicken and my husband had the prime filet. Both entrees were fantastic. We also enjoyed the salads, arugula and field greens. Desert was a delicious goat cheese cheese cake. The ambiance was romantic and yet casual in a southwestern way. Our waitress was fantastic and wore a mask to serve us at our first dinner in a restaurant since Covid. What a treat!
Wonderful location and venue. Menu is limited but very worth the experience.
Enjoyed our Fathers Day dinner. The food was excellent. The service efficient and helpful. Would love to visit more often, but live in Tucson.
Great food and service The atmosphere is great
Litchfield's is our favorite restaurant in the West Valley of Phoenix. We can always rely on good food, outstanding service, fun time. My husband loves their fillet and I had the chilean sea bass, both were outstanding in presentation and flavor. Our server, Cindy, was a pleasure to talk with and very helpful with questions we had. Best Manhattan I've had in a long time. Highly recommend, and we will be back more often!
I got the rack of lamb and my husband got the filet. Both were cooked superbly and the sides were perfect. The food has always been good there but last night blew some incredible restaurants we have been to out of the water!
The food and service was absolutely amazing! We will definitely be dining at Litchfield's again when we return to Phoenix.
Our server, Tiana (?), was wonderful, as was the food. I loved that other staff whom we passed in the building, on the way to the restaurant, acknowledged us. Very nice. We had the Leek soup, which was delicious, the Chilean Seabass and the Scallops were equally wonderful. It all went well with the bottle of Grgich Chardonnay, which, to our surprise was half off. We had a wonderful experience. Food for thought: since we are new to the area, we had no idea where the restaurant was, after dropping the car with the valet. Finally the bellman saw us wandering and came to walk us into the Reception door, which was so nice of him. Maybe a visible sign on the outside of the building would be helpful to people new to the area. Thanks for reading!!!
It was our anniversary and they brought over champagne when we got there, and had a dessert for 2 afterwards. The meal was very good.
Everything went great but we were seated right next to the outdoor patio door. So people went in and out. Next time we will ask for a different seating, otherwise food was great!
Fabulous cocktail , great food , attentive staff - WIN WIN WIN
We moved to Goodyear from Indiana 4 months ago. We had close friends come visit and we wanted to treat them to a special meal and show off our new town. Food quality and wine exceeded our expectations! Great (hotel) history and ambiance. Great restaurant for that special celebration!