Vincent was very polite and friendly as he greeted us upon arrival. We chose to sit outside and he told us to select any table. Such a nice way to start off our lunch.
Our server Jaime was prompt, offered menu suggestion, gave us time to make our decision. We were not rushed. It was relaxing. Our glasses were never empty and our food arrived promptly.
Food presentation was beautiful and the food tasted as good as it looked. Not over seasoned. Salad was not over dressed and soggy. Everything was fresh. No complaints!
Everything was exceptional and we thank you for such a pleasant experience. We will be back.
Perfect Spot Great View of The Pier. Service On Point Had Table By The Fire Pit Made it Really Nice Evening Got there right when it opens for Dinner Ended Up Being Last Ones Out
They use to have an amazing Sunday brunch and no longer have it. Breakfast ends at 11:30am on a Sunday which is ridiculous for a hotel of the size. Many items on their kids lunch menu were also no longer available. The food we did order was OK and does not warrant a return visit. I would not recommend this restaurant to anyone. Its such a shame since the restaurant has a great view.
Good food and ambience, quite quiet during the weekday great for leisurely watching the activity on the beach. Service was really excellent.
We dined from the New Year's Eve price fixed menu which was amazing. Service was top notch as was the food. Highly recommended.
We had Christmas brunch as we were given a gift to go here. Since we wanted a buffet brunch and this seemed to be the only one in the area we were excited to go. The setting was beautiful overlooking the Santa Monica pier and the ocean. We sat outside which was perfect.
The brunch itself is pretty small. Usual omelette station and some waffles/French toast. There was lox and cream cheese, but they use bagel “chips”. Strange to me being from the east coast but I was able to score a bagel. There were eggs Benedict, but they were gone and not refilled while I was looking. The lunch foods were turkey, ham and fish. While the quality was very good the food was cold and probably not to code for sitting out. The desserts were few and not worth mentioning.
Overall the experience was “okay” and there have to be better places out here like there are on the east coast. Perhaps just not buffet style. One last thing that annoyed us was that in the middle of the meal the waitress brought the bill and said just leaving this but no rush. How rude. She did that with at least 3 other tables who were visibly surprised as well.
This year, for the first time in 35 years, I did not cook on Thanksgiving. Instead we made a reservation here which I was unsure about. However, the meal, environment, service and selection was absolutely amazing!!! We are already planning next year at this delightful spot.
No question we would recommend without hesitation. My husband is a non meat eating health nut who had plenty to choose from sans the beef and turkey. Wonderful all around!!
The staff very helpful, The view great, the food very tasty, (we had brunch with French toast and Eggs Benedict) ... both very good and nicely presented. Nice place to eat a friend.
We've been to this restaurant a few times, because it is casual, cozy, on the water and has some creative dishes and non-routine wines (14 Hands Cab and Merlot). Cheese board and fennel salad are a must-order on any visit. Ask for Katrina (sp.?) to serve you. She is fun, attentive and efficient. On our last visit, she even remembered where we were seated on our previous visit, number of guests in our group and the wine we had ordered! Phenomenal! Chef is sometimes salt-heavy, so make sure to ask the server to alert the chef to be mindful. Patio dining can be a bit cold, but they bring you nice, soft blankets to keep you snug and comfy! Parking is impossible, but they provide discounted valet parking for dinner guests. Overall, a good experience.
Was very good. Gave Champagne for our anniversary and a little anniversary cake. We will come back. Food was very good. Service as well.