Welcoming and attentive staff. Clean and comfortable atmosphere with many different seating options. Varied menu but not over whelming. Overall a pleasant dining experience. Respectable craft beer selection (flights available). We enjoyed nicely shucked fresh oysters and other tasty starters. Fish entree special was very good as was sides.
Food is just okay. A bit pricey. The noise level is high. Decent service.
The charcuterie plate was good, although the pork terrine that was part of it was fatty and gamey. The steak I had was underdone and the dipping sauce tasted like an odd version of a sour cream and onion chip dip. The lamb was mostly tasteless and the chickpea side dish was flat. I have had good meals at this restaurant, but this was very pricey for the quality of what was served.
Once again, an amazing experience at Pig & Prince!!
Amazing servers, service, FOOD -- I always recommend!
Lots of interesting things on the menu.
Cocktails of note, too.
Pig & Prince sells you on its ambiance. Venue is absolutely stunning and reminiscent of the beautiful architectural detail that was evident in many of the train stations of many years ago. I have had delicious meals here, and some that were just so-so. This last one was of the so-so variety. The chef seemed to have developed a love affair with goat cheese, which showed up in many of the sides. I'm not a fan, so was resigned to eating just the lamb chops, which were delicious. Libations are always good there. Hats off to all the bartenders. I'll come back - and hope the menu will have changed again by then.
Very Sunday night experience. Food was worth the indifferent service. I get it, it was slow so why bother? Still, entrees arriving with apps not cleared. Not informing us of "86" items when ordering... Price is approaching the level where the nonchalant attitude is a concern. My wife and I have the disposable income to eat out 3 or more nights a week but will not frequent establishments that are doing us a favor. We'll be back, everyone has a bad night, but we have dined here before and had better times.. .. Still love the food and the creative spirit behind it.
Thanks for listening.
Ambiance is beautiful - high ceilings, bright open light, beautiful chandelier. Service was fine. Our server was readily available when needed, yet gave us privacy. The food was delicious - best bacon I've had at a restaurant! The portions were excellent for the price and our drinks were just right. I recommend Pig and Prince for brunch with family, friends or a date. :)
Great ambiance as the restaurant is in the old train station with plenty of parking. Our meals were outstanding with farm to table ingredients. Plenty of cocktail choices and recommendations. We finished with the most amazing bread pudding dessert......need to return for more deliciousness!!
The food was just so salty. I ordered salmon and couldn't eat more than couple bites. I sent it back and asked for chicken instead. Again very salty...ended up only eating couple of bites of that too. The corking fee is $25...a bit steep if you ask me.
Dining in this historic, well preserved, and elegant (yet casual), restaurant is always a joy. The food is interesting and delicious, the wine list respectable, and the ambiance is always pleasant.
This was my second visit. The food is great and the best local ingredients are used. The menu is small with a good variety. It is changed based on what's available. The service is great too. I will be back many more times!
A beautiful walk way toward the entrance, passing the restaurants vegetable/herb garden. I thought, wow how great. We finally enter the restaurant being greeted by not so happy to be there hostess. Dissapointed with the initial welcome. We were escorted to our table, due to the tables being so close together I could not fit through to get to my booth seat. My husband had to push the table so i can pass through even as little as I am. With much delight here came our waitor Jaimie, he was welcoming and very well versed on the menu and the history of the restaurant and where its name came from. He was warm and pleasent. We ordered 2 appetizers burrata and artichoke and mushroom on a toasted bread. They were delicious. We ordered 2 dinners which were the rabbit stew, which was good but very small portion for the price. We ordered the hamburger with fries, it was okay but make sure you order the pickles because they stole the show. Throught our dinner our waitor Jaimie was terrific, he ensured we were doing ok. Our waitor convinced us to get dessert, we ordered chocolate crunch, it was delicious. Overall it was ok, loved our waitor, loved the decor, loved the farm to table concept... but as a foodie i needed more.
It was great. All items were exceptional. Service was excellent. Colin was our waiter. Ask for him. I'd go back tonight!
Excellent food, good service and just an all around good experience.
Good food however zero customer service. Took almost 20 mins for a waiter to come. Service was poor the entire evening. No hospitality at all. Would have been better off going behind the bar to make our drinks and going into the kitchen to make our food. Do not recommend.
We have been to Pig and Prince several times in the past and the food and ambiance were always very good. To our geat surprise and disappointment, the food was terrible last night - the pasta was bland but salty, the rabbit was a mushy mess and the chorizo risotto was only fair. The creme brulee was cold, more like pudding, and not tasty. Except for the brussel sprouts, which were excellent, the appetizers were also just so-so. The service was slow, but that was because a waiter went home sick and they were short staffed which is understandable. The overhead lights were too high and there were no candles on the table making it feel more like a cafeteria than the unique ambiance we remembered. I hope the restaurant was just having a bad night, or perhaps the chef has changed. I hope it's the former.
It took a while for the waiter to get around to speaking with us, and it took even longer for our wine to arrive. But the food, as always, was delicious and very creative. For starters we had the ostrich tartare, mussels in carrot and ginger sauce, and calamari with hot peppers. Our entree, the Coquille St Jacques, was not the outdated bay scallops swimming in white sauce. These were four luscious unilaterally seared local Diver Scallops served with a potato pave. Very Nice!
This was my second time dining here. The interior is stunning, but we decided to sit outside and enjoy the weather. The outside dining area was a little drab, but the food was excellent
We have been to Pig and Prince before but this time they were in over their heads. We did arrive early at 1:50pm for a 2:15pm seating. We sat at the bar and at 2:25pm I went back to the hostess to see how much longer we would wait. She was clearly not sure who we were and seemed panicked. She then said just a few more minutes. Exactly 5 minutes later, she came to us and seated us. This was a buffet brunch however no one came to our table to tell us this or get us any beverages or even water. After 15 minutes I asked one of the bus boys if we could have water and a waiter. 25 minutes later we had water and our drinks. The buffet was good but the lack of service was rather impressive.