Great food, but service was amateurish. Wine list not great - need greater price range.
Very good food. Know and care about my server. However, as much as I really appreciate the automatically added on tip, And appreciate how much it helps the back of the house employees, do feel like it affects service. Had to repeatedly ask for things like refilling my class, etc. It was not that busy. So...Not sure if my server had a bad day, Or was just chilling because he already knew he had 20% coming.
I regularly bring interviewees here for lunch. The food is great, and service is generally pretty fast.
Food was better than expected and reasonably priced for downtown. Good cocktails too. Perfect pre-show dinner!
One of the best steaks I’ve ever had. Every bite we had of everything we ordered was flavorful and perfectly cooked. Just a terrific dinner.
So warm & special....❤️
Amazing dinner, great in all ways, great room and perfect cocktail.
Wedge salad one of the best i have ever had! Salmon as well as the Filet!
Went with friends who had been there before. There was a lot on the menu that us vegi lovers could eat as well as options for our gluten free pal. We sat at the bar waiting for our friends and the bar staff were personable and cool. We will be back for sure!
The best food we just had on our Seattle trip. We sat at the counter which was so fun to be able to see the chefs cooking the meat (and nice and toasty on a cold Seattle day). I know you come here for the delicious cut of animal, and you should - they’re cooked to perfection - but if you order nothing else, get the carrots! They were amazing! We had a great night and will certainly come back for more the next time we’re in town.
Great breakfast selections and great drinks; also, the valet parking cost on Saturday ($7) is extremely reasonable.
Staff is really well trained and attentive but not over the top. The chef manning the grill was fantastic and so polite.
Incredible steaks! Love the atmosphere. The wood fired grill is a gem. We had a great evening.
Went here for brunch on the weekend with friends. A very cozy and relaxing environment. I had their ham eggs benedict and it was delicious! The baby potatoes were well seasoned and not at all overcooked.
This was my second time at Miller's Guild. The first time I was not impressed but decided to give it another try. I didn't care for the ambiance. One end of the booth I sat in was where they stored wood and I was afraid it was going to snag my sweater. I do like the open grill and watching the steaks cook but it can get somewhat warm. I ordered fried mushrooms and a filet mignon. I wanted to have one of their aged steaks but it their smallest available was too big for two people so I did the filet instead. I ordered my steak medium but I should have asked what that was like for them because it came out more done than I expected from a steakhouse. The char on the outside also made it slightly bitter. I did enjoy the mashed potatoes, very fluffy and buttery and it was nice that we didn't have to buy sides separately. Overall nothing was terrible but nothing was amazing either. Maybe some more steak options and more attention to how they're cooked would make me want to come back.
Location was good atmosphere was good service was good but food was not good .
Prices seem to have doubled! I have been to Miller’s Guild several times, and it used to be my favorite steak restaurant in Seattle. However, I haven’t been in a couple of years, and boy was I shocked at how much prices have increased. The steak and the wine are half again over what they used to be. The restaurant went from being pricey-but-worth-it to overpriced-and-not-worth-it, especially considering the lack of ambience and noise level that forces you to shout at your companions.
I thought I give MG one more try...it seems each dinner gets sadder. Christmas Eve dinner was a disappointment with some of the family style servings barely enough for a child...i.e. The appetizers only had 1 small piece of sausage and salami per person and a beet humus which appeared to be served with a dried out slice of bread which crumbled with the first bite...the picketed vegetables allowed each guest to pick the 1 piece they could try, so if you wanted to try the cauliflower you'd have to pass on the peppers. My intent is not to be a glutton , but I do enjoy sampling different offerings...
I give up
Perfect place for brunch on a snowy christmas eve day: back wall fire pit roaring; waitstaff in funky fun holiday sweaters, breakfast cocktails, yummy breakfast plates from granola to steak and eggs.
My reservation was 12/22 through opentable. Requested well lit quiet area and it wasnt possible, so asked to be shown my reserved table.... surprise: no table! Would I like to sit at a bar facing the kitchen to eat shared by other folks...... ?
Not really no, I made the reservation on openTABLE - yes TABLE - and when I arrive then I find there is not one.
My evening was salvaged by walking out and reserving elsewhere, where the restaurant honors its reservations.
Eh. Chocolate cake came to the table rock hard. Weird. I think it was intended to be heated(?) not appetizing and that’s a damn hard thing to do to chocolate.
The desert tasted like it was left in the refrigerator with lots of onions.
I love this place and recognize how tough it is to make a buck in the restaurant business. With that said, 2 scallops for the lunch entree, kinda on the small side..... Not so much.
The good is fab, staff is friendly, decor is supercool. I love this place, need to get there more. Wish happy hour was a little later....but still will go 😎
We reserved for 3 at the chef's counter, the server was not warned in advance. Carrots were inconsistent, some rather raw. Wedge salad with butter lettuce was soft and a little dull. Tomahawk steak was just good, but expecting something more. Tiramisu has some inedible hard pieces of coffee bean? A really fun space but I had dreams of an epic dinner to remember and ended up a bit disappointed.
I've been to a number of high end steak restaurants. Miller's Guild served of the best steaks I've ever had.
Service a bit slow, food is great. 20% tips are included in the bill.
Good food good service.
I made a reservation for my son and I to meet for brunch/lunch on a busy weekend when we both had lots of plans. At the last minute, my vegan daughter joined us as well as a friend who was celebrating a birthday. The kitchen prepared an excellent vegan hash for my daughter and my eggs benedict was amazing. Our table was happy and we weren't hungry for a long time!!
Our waiter spilled butter on my boyfriend, commented on how “cozy” we looked immediately after laughing at me when I chose a $50 bottle of wine. The bill was over $230 and there was no need to laugh at me for choosing a wine that was within my budget. It made my boyfriends birthday meal incredibly awkward and I really didn’t like how rude the waiter was. We definitely will not be returning.
Sorry for the negativity but this really was not a great experience. Especially for the price.
Sadly, in spite of the really good food and the good service, this restaurant continues to feel like a rip off. 2 of us. no cocktails. $98! Our "Wedge salad" without steak was only discounted by $3! Really? a $24 salad is already ridiculous, but take the steak off and we had a few (seriously a few) pieces of blue cheese and so little dressing I left over half the lettuce becuase it was dry!). we had a side of fries and a side of the brussell sprouts. they were delicious, so no worry with the food quality. but the price is wrong. I won't go back