Powder – Waldorf Astoria Park City Utah
Wagyu Tomahawk Steak "30oz Grilled for 2"
Chilean Sea Bass "7oz Sautéed"
Great place! Awesome food and awesome service. We will definitely be back!
The food was good and our server was polite. But we prefer La Caille.
Very disappointing. For the expense, we thought this would be a great dining experience but started with 8 dollar charge for 3 slices of bread. Once slice was stale... when we mentioned this to our server, she said “ oh they probably just toasted that one”... toast is usually not hard all the way through but she couldn’t have cared less. We had iced teas as our beverage and despite us being one of two tables with diners she never refilled the glasses unless we asked her te do so. Finally, our lunch in shoulder season was 156dollars before tip. There are at least 10 places in Park City where we could have had a better lunch with excellent service and at half the price... what a waste.
This is a multi-use hotel restaurant. If you're not staying there, you'll either need to valet park or walk several hundred yards for free parking. Wines seemed to be ~3x retail, and the food was pricey but delicious. Serving sizes were fine (no doggie bags). We didn't get dessert as they seemed generic and pricey. If you're staying there, this is a great place to get a wonderful meal; but if you're not, there are better values nearby.
Great food great service!
Wonderful evening with friends. Tracy & Francesco truly made our evening rememberable!
Kind of pricey for the amount of food but I guess it’s expected at the Waldorf. Food was decent.
This was so good! The meal just blew me away and the service was impeccable. Highly recommend the braised pork with potato purée!
Service and food are impeccable. I have never been disappointed.
Great place! Sad they don’t serve the amazing charcuterie board any longer!
The food and service at Powder was incredible - we ate here for a Birthday dinner, and they were extremely accommodating and provided us with a free dessert.
The server was amazing
Great waitress. great food. Enjoyed our dinner after the sleigh ride.
Giro was fantastic...beautiful snowy setting outside, fantastic cocktails and dessert! Get the creme brûlée trio.
You expect the best from places like this and it was a huge disappointment . Everything was just average , from the drinks to the appetizers and onto the main course .
No wow factor to any of it .
I wouldn’t recommend it to a friend
For the prices they charged, it wasn't worth it. Expected white table cloth service and it was more like a bar setting. Service was very slow. Drinks great! Soup great! A la carte fish with truffle butter too overpriced. Brussel sprouts undercooked so hard to eat. Again would not recommend to anyone. Such better places to eat for better ambiance up on Main Street.
Our dinner was delicious; Oysters and the Wagyu tataki were fantastic; Wild boar agnolotti and the scallop entrees were equally delicious.
We were a little disappointment in dessert selection. Nothing we had for dessert was memorable. Don't bother with the Vienna style cheesecake. The flourless chocolate cake was good but I think we have all had enough flourless chocolate cake to last a lifetime. Time to let that one go extinct.
Overall great experience.
Very expensive for very small portions. The cauliflower soup was lukewarm and the sandwiches and burger were tiny!
The food is outstanding and the service very good and friendly.
It was quite frankly a disappointment.
The Sea Bass was bland.
The scallops were very good however the way it is worded on the menu, we were expecting it to come with accompaniments, not sitting on top of a not to a tasteless mix of not much. You can do better.
Jeff Buchalter, MD
Great - HIGH END - resturant. The serivces is fantastic and the menu is great. Probably the best wine list in Park City. Very expensive, but if you want a top notch experience this is it.
Always great. Our waiter Paul was exceptional
We spent 250 dollars on the wagu streak and it was horrible
Get the filet.
Rude, arrogant waiter. Stuck us in a back room that was essentially a meeting room. Pork chop and asparagus were great, the rest of the food was so so.
Service was poor, especially for a Waldorf - had to ask for everything multiple times, server never checked in - no water refill. The rest of staff and manager were just visiting in a group with little attention payed to guests. This is literally the first bad review I’ve ever written and we travel extensively.
Dined at Powder last night for the first time. (I am a local). The food was delicious and the preparation/ presentation very inventive. Our server was also very attentive/friendly ( considering he was very busy) and knowledgeable... BUT.. this is a bar. It’s billed as fine dining, but the room is small and not very wide. The view of the pool area is pretty but the noise level is insane. It didn’t help that there were at least 15 or so apres-skiers “ in a large group. All unmasked, drunk and obnoxious. I couldn’t even carry on a conversation with my dining partner ..fortunately, we were at the other end of the room. The “apres-skiers”, dressed in ski underwear as though they just come from the hill, were constantly yelling and staggering ( unmasked) by our table to go to the restrooms. The restaurant should be separate from the bar. If one wants to go to a proper fine dining restaurant in Park City, try The Riverhorse or The Blind Dog Grill or Wahso. The Edge and The Farm, both at the Canyons offer a far better dining experience for the price. I was very disappointed in our experience last night.
High prices, small portions.
Service was great. Food was overpriced and just okay.
Excellent! We had a great time with delicious food and exceptional service.
Excellent high end experience. Food and service were fantastic and the menu was amazing.
Delicious food we ate everything
Powder is a nice place. As a Waldorf Astoria restaurant and bar, it should be. Priced as a high-end establishment, but delivers a moderate experience. The problem is this place tries to be 'all things to all people' and hence, 'is none to anyone'. Casual bar (which is OK, if that's what you're looking for--but not a true cocktail lounge that your would expect in a high-end place). Once-a-upon a time, Powder hosted a formal dining room accompanied by a high-level of service and very expensive menu price points (also OK, if that's what you're looking for).
We were celebrating a special occasion and chose Powder for a nice experience (and were willing to pay for it). What we got was a big tab ($50 ala carte entrees, pricey cocktails and wine list) and a casual experience. We were seated in the bar (formal dining room not operating, until a large family party came in later) surrounded by the apres-skiers still in ski garb, sports on the TV's and a pub atmosphere. Our server appeared to have previously worked at Black Angus, maybe Macaroni Grill. When there's one oyster appetizer on the menu (at $22 for 6 of them--a luxury item), the waiter should be able to tell you what kind they are. What--also don't know what the Soup-of-the-Day is? Busser could not keep water glasses filled nor empty plates cleared. Only saw the 'manager' (acting as the host/ess) once at check-in. (No--I do not buy this was all due to COVID impacts, this is just clunky management choices and execution).
If you want to pay $25 for a glass of wine and $15 for a side of truffle french fries and take a selfie to post on social media in a chichi place, this is it. If you're looking for a nice dining experience worth the money, choose somewhere else.
The porcini mushroom cappuccino was amazing as were the short ribs. Highly recommend them both! Nice wine list, too!
Wonderful wedding anniversary!
Food was beyond amazing! Service was dreadful, at a restaurant like this I was expecting better.
One of us is gluten free, no beef/pork, such 1980’s options in a ski town where visitors are spending $$$$of dollars a day to ski. It would be amazing to offer gf entrees that everyone can love & far too many places excel at this. Same goes for the stunningly awful room service menu.
Wonderful service and excellent food.
Food was overpriced and mediocre. Service was excellent but still could not compensate for the quality of the food.
We were placed in an open space that is not designed for dining. No music, no ambiance, just very sparse.
Would not recommend
Best food and service in town. We have been enjoying it for the past 6 years. Highly recommend. The manager Snook is accommodating and friendly. Five stars all the way!
Powder – Waldorf Astoria Park City Utah is rated 4.4 stars by 585 OpenTable diners.
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