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About Powder – Waldorf Astoria Park City Utah
Elevated comfort food inspired by mountain regions from around the world.
2100 W Frostwood Drive
Park City, UT 84098
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast 7am to 11am
Lunch 11am to 3pm
Dinner 5pm to 9pm
Bar 10:30am to 11pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Complimentary valet parking is offered to every Powder guest.
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Powder – Waldorf Astoria Park City Utah Ratings and Reviews
Overall good experience. Food was delicious, but overpriced. We enjoyed a 2:1 entree special which lowered the price to reasonable considering the quality of the food. Service was 5 star from our waiter but a 25 minute wait from our 7pm reservation lowered my rating two stars.
My wife ordered the flat iron steak. It was so tough she could not chew it. When we complained the waiter told us that flat iron steak is suppose to be tough. I asked if it is suppose to be so tough that she couldn't chew it. After speaking to the chef the waiter explained that they did find a membrane running through the middle of the meat. No one ever apologized, in fact the chef nor a manager ever came to talk to us. Extremely disappointed with the food and the service. There are so many great restaurants in Park City don't waste your time at Powder!
Bummer. You hear Waldorf and glance the menu and expect a top notch experience. Our expectations were FAR from met. Our server was a professional, knowledgeable sweetheart, but our food experience left us exasperated. We opted for the tasting menu with the wine pairing for a birthday/honeymoon dinner. We had one bite that we liked; the amuse bouche. The rest of the meal had all the pretension with none of the quality. Too artfully plated courses left you with no where to cut, or place your utensils. Heavy handed cream of the risotto left a bland, paste taste in my mouth. The scallop with that dish was perfectly cooked and sweet, but it had to be pushed down through the dense risotto to cut. Mushroom soup presentation was lovely, execution was blah. The intermezzo of sorbet was hilarious. Even the server said, "Doesn't it taste like Welch's?" And it did taste like a bad, grape popsicle from the 90's. My husband's entree was so cold I asked, with all sincerity, if it was meant to be a chilled preparation. After being re-flamed, the flavors were better, but the red pepper overpowered the stuffed squash which also remained untouched. The wine pairings were fine, save the desert port which remained untouched. It felt like a culinary school final. We honestly counted it as our one sour note in Park City cuisine. Hopefully it was a one-off and I would give this restaurant the benefit of another visit, selecting my own wines, and ordering from the regular menu.
Powder was amazing, food was prepared with a creative mind and really a pleasure to not only look at but eat. I was having dinner with my wife and 2 kids 1 and 3 and they can be a handful. The service was out of this world, they took so much care in making sure my family was comfortable and happy. I literally felt like we were family here. If you live in Utah use this as a special occasion they really know how to make it special. If your Visiting the Waldorf on vacation this may just be the best experience in all of Park City and that says a lot. Thank you for a wonderful meal and comfortable evening to the wonderful, inviting and well "Special Staff" in this restaurant. This is how service should really be. It will always be remembered.
Off day for this restaurant. Despite arriving on time with the place less than 1/2 full our table was not ready so we had to wait. After ordering we still had to wait over 1/2 hour for our brunch. Actually had to say something to the Maitre'd. Table near us arrived after we did but had their food served in about 10 min. Our food was good but three of us ordered eggs Benedict and the eggs were overlooked to the point of almost hard boiled. My guess is that the kitchen was short staffed so part of our table's food sat under the warming lights while the rest was cooked. Definitely not up to Waldorf standards, IMO.
The food was so delicious and great value. The service was GREAT! From the hostess to our server (he was so awesome!!) to the gentleman clearing our plates, all addressed us by name and made it very personalized. We felt special and had an amazing anniversary meal. Already bragging about it to our friends and family and we can't wait to come again!
Great food, service and ambience. Fact that online description of menu available was incorrect and we were not able to get what the 3-course online menu offered was a little disconcerting. restaurant/hotel with at this level should have top notch/correct marketing.
Beautiful setting in Park City. Food was fresh, local and deliciously prepared. Our recommendations from this evening are the Tasman Salmon, short ribs and fried chicken. I gave the food 4 out of 5 stars because of the friend chicken. Don't get me wrong, it was yummy. But for those of you who have had their fried chicken in the past, you will notice the recipe has changed a bit. Not as good as their previous preparation. Overall, delicious food and impeccable service! Mike and Manuel went above and beyond in making sure we were happy and taken care of. And finally, the red velvet cake was a hit for dessert. Be sure to ask your server about the story behind this popular dessert.
Disappointing Mothers Day Brunch. Weak selection, poor service (dishes not cleared for a buffet brunch, not asked if we wanted coffee, were told we had to keep reusing silverware because they were short). Drinks and wine list were solid. But overall... meh. Will not return as there are significantly better options in Park City.
Super disappointed. Powder, their main restaurant is undergoing renovation so the restaurant is currently set up in the lobby.
I ordered the wagyu my husband ordered the scallops. Dinner came, he was presented some sort of white fish. No, he ordered the scallops. No sorry, we are out of scallops so here is some fish. Are you even kidding me!! You don't knowingly present someone a dish they didn't order. You tell them you are out of scallops and instead we are offering a substitute and you give them a choice!!
My wagyu was SUPER tough and over cooked. I didn't eat much of it. Wagyu is supposed to be one of the best and this was one of the worst. I actually asked for more bread because it was the best part of the meal.
Hopefully they greatly improve their food with the renovation. This was incredibly disappointing to say the least!! Wish we would have gone into town instead. Will absolutely not be eating dinner here again.
We had a family get together for Easter Brunch at Powder. Our server was excellent, very friendly and helpful. The food was superb and enjoyed by all. We were impressed with the lovely decor- especially the gorgeous photographs from the McMillen Gallery in Park City. We actually went to the gallery before returning home and purchased a lovely photo to take back with us!
We look forward to returning to Powder on our next trip to the area.
We were seated at a table with a small bright light shining into my husband's face! The waitstaff was apologetic. The clam chowder was just okay, the charcuterie board had a nice array of cheese and salami. The salmon was delicious and perfectly prepared. The fried chicken was lackluster.
Better than average hotel breakfast. Had the typical all you can eat buffet, but a la carte offerings were very good. Excellent pancakes. Crispy fried chicken Benedict. Very nice cappuccino as well. We were happy with this breakfast option compared to some of the other hotels in the area. Staff was very friendly.
We had an enjoyable experience at Powder. The menu, service, wine list, ambiance, and food were outstanding. We had the scallops and fried chicken; both entrees were excellent. We had a relaxing evening. If anything, the place was too quiet, very few diners were there when we were. Our waitress, Jennifer, was personable and efficient, made us feel welcome.
Food and service were very good. Our table of four was seated in a separate room and shortly after we were seated, a bachelor party of 16-18 men were seated in this same room. Unfortunately, their table was quite energetic and took away from our dual celebration ( a birthday and our last evening in Park City). We noticed that the main room had several open tables of four. The server remembered the birthday celebration and put a candle on her dessert plate.
The restaurant used to be run by spruce of San Fran but apparently there was an issue. Spruce knows how to run a great restaurant. We were told they are in between chefs. Stick to a hamburger if you go and bring a jacket as it's drafty, especially so since it was empty. This needs work. Too many good options in town to settle.
A bit of a mixed bag. My wife loved her dinner! She is a vegetarian and she loves when there are original dishes different takes on traditional ones. We shared a carrot appetizer, which sounds boring but it was very good with an original dipping sauce. As for me, my food was good but nothing special. A bit bland. Prices are high so I was disappointed. Nothing like spending big on dinner and leaving hungry. Our server was excellent.
Service was outstanding. Ambiance perfect! Appetizers (pork belly and salmon sashimi) were off the charts fantastic! Entrées were good, but out shown by appetizers. Chocolate croissant bread pudding was a hit. Overall, very good! We would recommend to friends and would definitely return.
We (2) spent a very nice Saturday evening at Powder which was well attended. Loved the window seat. We enjoyed the great bread basket and good service in addition to a very nice fish special with beans and greens for the main course. We also loved the pork belly appetizer, but felt that the pasta with butternut squash needed some more spice, it was a bit boring. Great wine selection.
The restaurant was noisy and had children running about the entire evening. The food was interesting but both of us didn't feel particularly well later. Perhaps it was too rich. The menu was creative but limited. We enjoyed the presentation and the mixture of flavors that were presented. The price was higher then I would prefer to pay. The dining area was small and having an intimate dinner and date was just not going to happen with the kids running about. The waiter apologized but that didn't really make up for it. For this price, you should be able to enjoy the meal without the distractions of misbehaving children.
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