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About Nineteen XIX
"We created a restaurant where patrons could relax with family and friends to enjoy upscale dining in a casual atmosphere. A place that proves you don"t have to sacrifice quality for comfort. We'd like to think of it as 'dining redefined'." - Al Prokop and Chef Andrew Fung
Edmonton, AB T6R 0S9
Global, International, Modern European
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Thursday 3 pm - 11 pm
Friday - Saturday 12 pm - 12 am (open for lunch)
Sunday 12 pm - 10 pm
Mullen Way and Rabbit Hill Road - South end of Rabbit Hill Road
CAN$31 to CAN$50
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Happy Hour
Nineteen XIX Ratings and Reviews
Went there with high expectations from their menu and pictures but was very disappointed. The meals are very confusing and too much going on. For the price of the food I find the quality just not there. Went with friends tried 6 things from their menu and nothing was amazing. Mushroom soup was good. I will not be returning there a so many other places I would rather eat in the city. Also our server forgot our drink order twice. Just disappointed
We waited about 5 minutes to order our 1st drink and then that took 10 minutes to prepare. We had to send one drink back as it was terrible. The service improved a little after that although the food was very oily and salty. Not what you'd expect from a first class restaurant which I've loved in the past.
While I overall had s good experience here, there was one thing that knocked off a star for me. The "seasonal vegetables" they served with my salmon tasted like they'd been in a freezer for months. They didn't taste fresh and green as I'd expect for what they were charging for entrees. Other than that everything was quite good, it's a shame that one dull spot ended up impacting my overall enjoyment of the meal.
Our server Jennifer was very intuitive and made several suggestions that we quite enjoyed. The old fashioned and Manhattan are worth a visit on their own. Then the food, short ribs and black garlic scallop were sensational and the portions were very generous. This was our first experience there and definitely will not be our last.
We had a lovey time and our waitress was outstanding! Food was very nice but would not recommend the lobster ramen ( it was great but not to the level the price suggested) but the sirracha octopus starter was lovely for two and the salmon with peanut sauce was amazing ( I was able to share with my spouse and he regretted not ordering it too..)!!!
I was disappointed. The resteraunt wasn't busy and I had to ask to be put in a nice corner booth ( I made a reservation- not just a walk in). The food wasn't great. I usually love the ginger beef but it was overdone and made us feel unwell. I asked for a desert menu that never came. I used my dirty plate from my ginger beef to eat my shared entree. She knew we were sharing. Just was not good service at all
Food was cold. Ramen was just noodles and seemed like it was microwaved. Egg in it was cold and had no soup in the ramen. Overall very bad experience with the brunch. I've been there for dinner several times and have enjoyed it immensely but the brunch was horrible!
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