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Sunday, April 1, 2018
Best steak in the west valley. You pay more but it's worth it! Great service. There when you need it and transparent when you don't.
Probably the nicest restaurant in the area.
The place is beautifully decorated, the food and service was good, but the noise was too loud. There were two large tables near us with men drinking and they were very loud. We had a hard time talking to each other and is was very distracting. We're disappointed the manager didn't do something about it. Also, for the amount of food, the prices were too high. Disappointed in our first time.
Chicken was very tough but the server took it off our bill.
Great service, excellent food, and kid-friendly - a must while on holiday with the kids! We thoroughly enjoyed it, and will definitely be back!
Our group of 4 had a wonderful dining experience at Litchfield's. One member of our group is a vegetarian and has a food allergy, both of these elements were immediately acknowledged by our server, Jen. The food was outstanding, the service was fabulous and the ambiance was great. We will most definitely be returning to Litchfield's.
This was our first visit to Litchfield’s, Goodyear being a bit of a hike from Scottsdale. The journey was worth it. The Wigwam Resort, in which Litchfield's is located, takes one back to the Arizona of 100 years ago (2018 is the Wigwam's centennial year). The architecture and decoration captures that time very well. There are even some rugs on the wall from the Heard Museum. Dining at Litchfield's is a great experience. The dining rooms are not crowded and, for good days, there is a vast dining patio. The menu is not crowded, but is sufficiently diverse that there is something for everyone. I had a Mediterranean sea bass (Bronzino) that was the best I've tasted outside of Italy. My wife's filet mignon was done perfectly, sufficiently large to make two meals. Bartenders know their stuff and the wine list is very nice. We'll be back, even if a long drive.
Great restaurant. Will definitely go back.
The food was just ok, not much flavor. Very minimal. I got a 30$ fellet mignon and it was just ok, very plain, just came with some steamed carrots. My husband got fish, it looked very pretty but had very little flavor. It was just super expensive for just ok food. The service was fantastic though. We sat outside, the restaurant is next to a swimming pool in a resort, so we watched people swimming and playing games in the grass, not bad, just not what we had in mind for a super expensive "fancy" dinner.
20 minutes into dinner a headache came on from either the bread, which I rarely eat or the soup which may have had msg. I get headaches from chemicals in food. Something triggered my headache. I know the soup had a flavor I could figure out. I bet it was the soup.
We are so lucky to have Litchfields right next door. The Wigwam is a very special place and the restaurant is great. Good service, good food, and the price is not bad.
Really enjoy this restaurant. Very authentic old world Spanish feel. The service and food are excellent with an open kitchen for viewing. Cozy bar with piano music when we were there on a Saturday.
The salmon and the sea bass were perfect. The service was as good as it gets. Best restaurant in the local area. A destination for one’s most important special occasions.
I was imagining a fine dining experience. It wasn't quite that. I think the resort was hosting a convention of some sort, so the atmosphere was very noisy and boisterous the evening we were there, more like a frat party than an upscale dining room. Possibly also because of this, it took quite a long time after we were seated (more than 15 minutes?) before anyone came by the table to ask if we would like anything to drink. It also took a long time for our salads to come after we'd placed our order. I will say that the food, when it did come, was delicious. Pricey but delicious.
I’ve been to Litchfield’s several times, this is the first Friday night. Service was sub par, restaurant was noisy. Food still very good.
Great steaks. Hard to find if you’re from out of town. Excellent service.
I celebrated a special birthday with a friend and I chose Litchfields for dinner. We started with the black mussels and blown away by how well prepared and so tasty. I have to admit they were the best mussels I've ever eaten and I'm from the Pacific NW so, that's saying a lot! We enjoyed the pork chop and the scallops. The only thing is the sweet potato and apple served with the chop was dry. I would've preferred it to be saucy. The wine was great! Every time I visit the area I always make sure I make time for Litchfields.
Our new favorite restaurant! Friends visiting from Indiana gave us a Litchfields gift card as a thank you gift. We went on February 20th, and our dinner was very special. Now we are planning a return visit with our daughters and their families.
The food and drinks were excellent. Our waiter Deon did a fantastic job and would highly recommend him.
The dining experience was as good as it gets.
Have been to Litchfields many times. This was a terrible experience. Disappointing food and service. Am hearing from many people of same experiences. Management has changed or something. Won’t be going back.
Celebrated parents 50th anniversary and it was a nice dining experience. Not quite as fancy as I would have expected but the food was delicious. Open kitchen was a very nice experience. Wait staff was attentive.
After moving to the West Valley a year ago we finally tried Litchfield's. Except for one slip they would have received 5 stars and perhaps on our next visit it will be at that level. The Wigwam appears to be a very nice resort. After valeting our car to very polite attendants we walked through reception and through Red's bar which was hopping with activity to Litchfield's where we found a beautiful bar we sat for awhile enjoying terrific martini's from friendly bartenders. We sat in a booth table with a clear view to their center kitchen and while there were several large tables of folks nearby, the noise level was moderate. Our server was friendly and attentive as was the rest of the wait staff. We started with the black mussels and they were amazing. Incredibly fresh, one could still taste the ocean and they were a truly outstanding dish with plenty of large meaty mussels. The bread and garlic butter were as good as other reviews state and my wife's salad was also very nice. The brussel sprouts were good but could rise a notch in creativity of flavor, but still, they were good and fresh. The only fall down was predictable as it seems chef's refuse to grill a filet mignon at any level other than rare. I ordered medium and received a barely-warm center rare, maybe barely to medium rare. I sliced off the seared edges and waived our server over to give it another sear which she did and it was returned perfect this time. The manager came over and apologized which I felt was a sincere touch to an overall wonderful experience and we will return.
Fantastic meal and amazing service, specially loved the piano playing this Friday night! Worth the money and drive
This is the second time we have celebrated at Litchfields and we were so delighted at the service, ambiance, and service. Our server was named Colleen and she was absolutely wonderful. She recommended the wine and menu choices. Some of us had the Lobster Bisque which was fantastic--so flavorful--and one person had the Romaine.
I enjoyed the scallops--others had the Rib-eye, Salmon and Chicken--everything was delicious and the presentation was beautiful.
We even ordered dessert--a chocolate torte--crust with a crunch. Devine. Thank you to Litchfields for making a birthday celebration an evening to remember.
We will recommend you and yes! We will be back.
Wonderful service (Dion) and a table satisfaction check from the Manager.
Our Anniversary choice for years to come.
Absolutely perfect everything If you’re at the resort, or not, it a place to go. Very fair value also
I booked a dinner for an out of town vendor. Litchfield’s was a fabulous fit and a hit with all. What a treasure in our west valley!
Colleen was our server and immediately made us feel welcome. She delivered enthusiastic service throughout. Spinach dumpling appetizer was delicious. Entrees were very good and presented beautifully.
The restaurant was full but never felt crowded. Easy to have conversations.
We celebrated our 40th wedding anniversary. Food was excellent, good drinks and great service.
Deon was our waiter and did an outstanding job. The manager gave us a cheesecake, it was excellent. Overall a wonderful evening.
Food excellent. Service terrific. Not overbearing as in some resorts. Will be back.
Great experience at this restaurant. Look forward to going back. Delicious food and outstanding service. Minor complaint that tenderloin steak was very dry but flavorful. Restaurant was gracious and took 1/2 off the cost. Nice to have a nice place close to north Phoenix. Also tried the dining at the golf course and that was great for lunch as well.
A bit overrated and a weak Curaco drink.Felt rushed
but nice location.
The setting and ambiance was beautiful and surprisingly quiet. The chef is located in the middle of the restaurant and cooks by fire. This was interesting to watch. Unfortunately, I believe it is hard to control fire, and this is probably why my sea bass was overcooked. Additionally, the accompanying veggies were oversalted as well. My husband has Ribeye that was cooked perfectly and the cheesy grits were awesome.
Our waitress was very attentive, but not overbearing - this is something that can be hard to accomplish, but she was very good.
Overall, we just weren't impressed. Granted, we are frequent travelers and have eaten at some of the best restaurants in the world, but we still expect our food to be cooked properly, especially at an upscale establishment as Litchfields is reported to be.
The food was great! Normally my husband needs to add steak sauce for flavor but the flavor was too good to add anything else to it! We plan to return soon.
Got my cheesecake to go and it was delicious
A more traditional style restaurant. The food was excellent and so was the service - the waitress was very attentive and the manager checked in with us as well. Overall a very nice experience.
Fresh ingredients prepared by talented chefs always makes a meal at Litchfield's an experience.
Food and presentation were outstanding. Service was very good.
Would like to see a more variety of less expensive wines listed.
4th time here and never disappointed in the quality of food.
The service was exceptional! Colleen and her assistant, Peter, were on top of everything without being intrusive. The pork chop was very good. There was a problem with the fillet and it was quickly recognized and a new steak presented. Drinks , a Manhattan and Old Fashion, were delicious. The room is love.y.
It was excellent! Highly t commend
My wife and I had dinner at Litchfield's on Jan. 4, 2018. In every respect, the dinner was "superb." We started off with the Spinach Dumplings and then she had the Endive Salad and I had the Mushroom Bisque. We both had the Diver Scallops on a bed of butternut squash and cranberry risotto. The food was perfectly prepared, graciously served by our waitress and all was encompassed in the quiet relaxing ambiance of the restaurant. We would definitely return and recommend it highly. We dined at 5:30pm on Thursday, Jan. 4th. I prefer to fine dine during the week (M-Thurs) and early before the chefs are pressured with multi-dishes to prepare and the crowds arrive.
Lovely setting with booths and tables. Views to green lawns through floor to ceiling glass. Very nice wine selection.
The potato chowder was excellent. My daughter had fettuccine carbonara and I enjoyed the Mediterranean Sea Bass. Both were wonderful. The Bass was decoratively surrounded by pomegranate sauce and the appearance was a work of art.
A visit from the Manager Scot made the evening all part of a glorious day in Phoenix.