Three dining rooms available: Chef's Table seats up to 12 guests; the Magnum Room seats up to 40 guests; and the Champagne Room seats up to 32 guests. Heated patio seats up to 20 guests. Private Buyouts can seat up to 1,000 guests.View Private Dining Details
Happy Mother's Day!
We are serving a 3 course brunch at $65++/person .
Children under 10 are $15++/person.
Sunday, May 13, 2018
Our party enjoyed most of our meals, but the Mahi Mahi was overrated and overpriced for what you get. I personally love seafood and have had much better fish for less. The fish was not that fresh, maybe previously frozen? Certainly the Mahi Mahi dish was not worth the price we paid .
The food is exceptionally good, but they don’t always credit the 100 points for reserving through OpenTable. Again, I did not get the email crediting me the 100 points for this time.
Our server, John W, was very helpful explaining the menu and with recommendations.
The service was amazing but our burgers were over cooked. We received a complimentary dessert as a result. Highly recommend the fries!
Food is mediocre at an astronomical price. never returning
In contrast to prior meals here, food was not impressive. Service was "too good" in that they kept pestering us in a business meeting to see what we needed, clear plates (too soon), and get us the check. Then pestered us to pay the check.
Delicious food with good portion size! Great service and nice ambience!
Lunch was an Asian salad. I found it between bad and mediocre. Why was there a piece of bread under the salad. My guest had the same and thought the same. I remember the Asian salad at the closed Lion and Compass which was great.
The restaurant provides great quality food but in general overpriced, even for the Bay Area people.
Been there a few times before, however, have not gone there for long. The foods has gone down greatly, plus all of the entree now becomes so expensive, most dishes are > $40 for lunch alone! For the value, I would not recommend it again.
Experience was great all around! Had the porkchop, salmon, shepherd's pie -- all outstanding!
Everyone was great, Thomas was a wonderful server.
very poor value for the money. the amount of food was not worthy of the price. The quality was ok but not great. I had frequented Parcel 104 till a couple of years ago and I you d the restaurant no longer to be what it was.
Service was very slow. Our drinks came out after our first course was served. We waited almost an hour for our entrees. Wait staff and manager kept coming by the table saying our meals should be served soon. After about 30 minutes they brought us a small glass of champagne. After another 20 minutes or so our food was served cold. Not warm...cold. I was served an entree that I did not order. By this time it was too late to fix anything. I’m sure Bradley would not be happy.
A $50 steak for lunch at a hotel seemed a little bit excessive, so I opted for the $25 hamburger. Let’s jusy say that Red Robin doesn’t have anything to worry about...
We went for Valentine's. They had a preset menu. The food was just ok. It was a bit pricey for the quality and quantity. $100 per couple plus $50 per wine pairing. You had a choice based on a 4 course meal. Nothing to write home about. The wine pairing was average also. We had our first Valentine's here over 10 years ago and we wanted up try it out again for old memories. I wouldn't go back. The past few times (non Valentine's) have been very disappointing.
The service was very good. Our waitress was so kind and sweet. They had a nice quartet playing at the entrance. That was a nice touch.
Parcel 104 is located in Marriott hotel, which is very nice and clean.
It wasn't a bad experience but it didn't wow us. Mostly because the food was "blah".
We had a lovely Valentine's dinner at Parcel 104. The restaurant was fully booked, but the tables are spaced far enough apart that it never felt crowded or noisy. Service was fine (our waitress looked a bit exhausted, but that's probably normal for Vday), the food was excellent, and the live jazz combo was quite a nice addition.
the placebis nice but it’s a little bit of a noisy side, food selections are good but not great. the place is a liitle but pricey.
Delicious meal and absolutely outstanding service. Only reason I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 is because they didn't have cheaper options for lunch: Their $50 steak is on the menu for lunch, and I'd rather have spent $20 - $25 bucks on a bowl of pasta instead of steak or fish.
Parcel 104 is the best of California cuisine. Typically when I think of a restaurant attached to a hotel, I think sub par. Parcel 104 is entirely the opposite. The food is incredible, surprising, and imaginative and the service is top notch. This is one of the nicest restaurants in the area and we dine here when we want to have a fancy night out. It's my favorite restaurant.
It was our 4th time at Parcel 104. We were celebrating a Birthday, and were surprised with two very nice flutes of champagne. The food was excellent. Our server was very friendly in a very genuine way, while providing great service. We've never had less than great food or service here.
Very good. Our 6th visit. Holding strong. Johnny O one of the best wait staff ever.
The host and waitstaff were FABULOUS...They smiled and had a smile in their voice, too ...Also. I was waiting for someone and the host went and got me coffee and juice while I waited..He was just GREAT..He didn't wait for the server...He immediately took care of me...5 stars
Every bite was delightful and the quantity of the food was perfect
Quite disappointed by the low value. I reserved for a business lunch on a friend's recommendation. The server easily moved us to a quieter less crowded place as soon as we asked. No issue with service during the meal. However the meal value is not there and I would expect a much higher quality given the high prices. Average chicken salad, OK pasta, good soup and beet appetizer. None outstanding and none worth their price.
Best pork chop I’ve ever had
We have a business dinner here every year, it is a great place to go. People are friendly and accommodating, great food and reasonable prices!
Was disappointed with the experience --- have had a better experience a couple of years ago. Will not be back any time soon.
Service initially very good and then wait staff took a nap
Left us with a table of dirty dishes, no coffee or desert and a 3hr dinner
Do not know what happened - bad hand-off?
Incredible customer service from the time we made the reservation with all special requests accommodated, to the end of the meal. Wonderful food. Another business diner next week so going back!
It is expensive, but always worth it. The food is always terrific & fresh. I love the pork chop and caesar salad.
Our server was terrific, and the ambiance for a sisters' lunch was great. I just can't get my head around a $25 hamburger. You can get one twice as good, and larger, at Firehouse No. 1. If it was wagyu or kobe, then maybe, but the beef wasn't particularly flavorful and the fries were bland.
Great service. The food was an 8 out of 10.
Value was not as good. Lunch prices are very high!
I expect lunch prices to be less than dinner prices and they probably were not.
Great food, great service and a lovely atmosphere. Doesn’t feel like you are eating hotel food.
This was the perfect place for a special night out. The waitstaff were just great, really helpful
with selecting a wine. And giving us a couple of tastings. Smoked salted beet dish was incredible.
The place is nice and comfortable but the prices are really expensive. For lunch, the least expensive item was the burger for $24!
Food was great. Two couples, one of us had 2 young kids. Staff was clueless on how to work w/ kids. Children need to get their food and drinks quickly, it is not OK that we had to remind staff of orders long after they should have been brought.
But for us adults, we enjoyed our dinners. I liked the Beef Cheeks, and the Beet Salad.
Food & service have gone downhill, and price the other direction (by necessity, I understand). Less of an option these days ...
There was only one vegitarian entree - while it was good another choice would be nice.
The parking situation is horrible. No lighting or signage. No way to tell which way to go in the dark. I did not feel safe crossing that parking lot.
Beet salad was awesome. Delicious and innovative. Loved every bite. Pork chop was just okay. Portion was huge, but it was not evenly cooked. Some parts were dry. Desert was a big disappointment. It was tiny. Barely a quarter inch of chocolate pudding with vegetables and flowers on top. It tasted more like a salad and after that massive pork chop, why so stingy with the chocolate?