41Hundred at Renaissance North Hills
Soup du Jour
Mac n' Cheese
Turkey Avocado Club
bacon, havarti, alfalfa sprouts, tomato, dijonnaise, wheat
We went for restaurant week and the food was great! Lots of flavor and great service!
I ate at the 41 Hundred twice - Thursday lunch and Saturday dinner. The appetizers were the same both times. The entre on Thursday had too many ingredients besides hamburger. The entree on Saturday was very good but the dessert was a too heavy/dense variation of chocolate cake. I'm glad I ate there because now I have no reason to return.
Restaurant week lunch special at 41hundred Restaurant (at the Renaissance Raleigh North Hills hotel). $15, three courses. Very high value per dollar. Top-notch service and food quality. Would not hesitate to return in the future.
Was here for Restaurant Week. Seafood gumbo was good, although the roux was a little thick and it didn't need to be served over rice. The burger melt was perfectly cooked, although the menu description did not match what arrived - menu said brioche bun, but it was served on bread, presumably brioche bread. We got our desserts to go, and what was given to us was NOT the same as was served had we had it in the restaurant.
Greeted at the front of the restaurant, offered seating of our choice and given menu's one for the restaurant week lunch and the standard menu. We chose the restaurant menu and we were not unhappy. I had the soup and my friend had the salad. Both were very good. We both order pork belly tacos. The shells were fried in oil (but not firm) and I tasted the oil (as if it was stale) we forgot to say no raw onions and had to remove them (our fault not theirs) and I got a very large clump of fat. The last course was dessert. We both ordered the impossible cake and it was to die for. Overall it was an O.K. lunch. I would definitely go back and order from the regular menu.
This was a restaurant week. The selections for the 3 courses were excellent and the food was delicious excpt for the sea bass. It was cooked well but over salting ruined the test. Fortunately most of the salt was on top and cutting off the top layer made it edible but lost the taste of the sear. The osso bucco was very good.
The waiter was attentive without being obtrusive. It is a lounge restaurant done well except for the too bright lighting. Some may like it that way but I prefer to eat in a more dimly lit room.
Very disappointed in food/service. The mushroom hoagie was dry and absolutely no flavor. No one came back and refilled my water glass - lunch took 1-1/2 hours. Very slow and not enough staff.
The menu listed for this restaurant on OpenTable was from the prior year. I was very disappointed upon arriving and placing my order to discover that nothing on the menu from OpenTable was currently offered on the menu for New Year’s Eve. Very disappointing. That
Awful food and long wait
Although I’m not a fan of buffet style meals, I have to say 41 Hundred had a very nice Thanksgiving dinner. Quality & quantity of food was wonderful. From salad bar to seafood /cheeses to traditional Turkey, Ham, stuffing, mashed potatoes & gravy. Along with sides of manicotti, Mac & cheese, yams, green beans etc everyone was sure to find something to eat. The desserts options were plentiful & delicious! Their was some confusion on who our wait staff was, however once that was resolved we had great service. I would consider dining at 41 Hundred again in the future.
Reserved a table for dinner.
Arrived at 5:55pm for a 6pm reservation. Completely empty. This is a hotel restaurant with a hotel kitchen. Do not recommend.
We we were seated by a valet person because none of the restaurant employees where present to seat us even though we had a reservation. There was a lot of laughs amongst employees in the back but not a lot of interaction with us. We had to wait a long time for the check, our left overall to be bagged.
Every item served was fresh and flavorful. The server was engaging and informative. The chicken breast on the sandwich was the juiciest I ever have tasted within a bun. It could have stood alone as an entree. We chose to dine at 41 hundred because of the Restaurant Week lunch special. I am so glad that we did. We will return.
Slow service. Not acknowledged. Had to get help to be seated. They seemed confused that we had a reservation, which made sense later as we were the ONLY diners during the hour or more that we stayed. Food was nothing special.
I was disappointed to see that the soft shell crab sandwich I had enjoyed here last year was no longer on the menu. My turkey club and my husband's lobster roll were very good. However, the soups were only lukewarm (even though we were the only diners in the restaurant at the time) and oversalted. Our server was very nice. With so many restaurants in the area, this one no longer stands out, so we'll probably go elsewhere next time.
The general manager made me feel incredibly welcome upon walking into the restaurant! Then our server Kevin was SUPERB!!!! The House burger is better than Five Guys or any other local burger joint! Cannot wait to go back:))
We visited during restaurant week. Food was good. Steaks were a little over cooked. The atmosphere was perfect for us, for friends dining, but it is bright and modern so if you want romantic, I wouldn't recommend. Service was great but the restaurant was almost empty. Don't go by availability on Open Table. It said no reservations except for very early and like I said, the place was empty. I recommend calling if you want to dine here. Neighborhood of Northhills is always good especially for walking around after dinner. Overall, nothing spectacular but certainly not bad by any means.
Came for Restaurant Week we were the only ones there too my surprise. Best thing was the bartender very friendly. Took our order in a timely manner. Didn’t care for food, I’ve had better. So even thow I didn’t care for food my husband was pleased.
My wife and I wanted to eat here and experience our first night out without our newborn.
However, they never acknowledge us and we were never seated. we actually ended up going to Relish for dinner.
I proposed to my girlfriend. She said yes!
But to the restaurant.
Food was, amazing. All of it, everything was delicious.
The service was great, attention wise. The food from kitchen to table was awfully slow.
The noise was not horrible at first, but a large a party came in and it turned pretty wild. Though when the question was popped, and she said yes, they were the real MVP as they made all the noise for us!!... thank you to whoever you were, having your birthday party!
It is a great restaurant and awesome food!
We went for restaurant week; food was good but service was horrible. From the moment we walked in, waited to get seated (we had reservations), we asked for a drink menu we would not go back.
My food was great (particularly the white chicken chili), but my mom's steak was VERY undercooked to her liking (rare when she asked for medium, no blood) and the server never stopped back to see how we were doing so she just kept picking at it until they finally came to clear the plates. My water glass was also empty about half of the dinner. The restaurant week food though I thought was top notch, but I feel bad that my entire party wasn't happy. The server was really nice, but not attentive at all to us, which definitely makes the experience subpar. I probably wouldn't go again if I were to get the same service experience, which is too bad, because I thought the food was good.
It was in the general continental breakfast dining area of the hotel. Lots of people walking through to get to the elevators. The food was well presented, but not the best tasting steak I’ve had.
Our server Kevin was so personable & accommodating. The food was delicious & seasoned to perfection. I would 100% recommend this restaurant to everyone. I can’t say one bad thing about the ambience, service or food. I’m definitely going back soon. I could eat here everyday! What a great experience! So glad I found this hidden gem.
Good food and fast service. I thought it was weird that they didn't have any music playing? Or maybe it was soft and I didn't hear it!
The food was fine but the service was poor. Slow and inattentive.
Showed up to have a nice dinner. There was zero staff besides bartender around to welcome us to our tables or give us a menu so we left after waiting for several minutes.
We went for restaurant week. I got the lentil soup, which was just okay. The skirt steak and peach cobbler were good. This restaurant is located inside the Renaissance Hotel and it looked like they served the buffet style breakfast there in the morning, so it lacked ambience. There was also only one waitress running around, so the service was not great. Given the number of really great restaurants nearby, I would probably not go back there again.
Awesome waitstaff and the food was great! Perfect breakfast place for our family!
Menu is clean, simple and prepared with fresh ingredients.
The arugla salad with pistachio, pear and blue cheese was dressed perfectly. Paired with tuna it was outstanding and a good value. The fries were hand cut and the best...and a generous portion with the burgers. Only criticism is the seating which was somewhat uncomfortable and presented a less than inviting ambiance. We'll be back again for sure.
Went for lunch during Restaurant Week it really enjoyed it (especially for a hotel restaurant). Servings were plentiful (salad could have been a meal itself!) & great deal for $15.
Great service and an interesting menu made for a very enjoyable evening.
We were there for restaurant week and between all of us tried most of the options and they were all delicious!
The regular menu looked very limited, but I did not study it for long.
Mother’s Day Brunch—extremely overpriced for the quality of the food. It was $48/ per adult and $16 per child. There was a dried out meat station (not a carving station) and majority of hot dishes were casserole based and on sterno. but dried out on top. Nice shrimp and crab claws but it took 15 minutes for then to refill the cocktail sauce. Not sure why the waitress was so busy given it was a buffet but we had to actually go to bar to send someone to fill our waters.
Mother’s Day brunch buffet was good but we thought a bit overpriced for the amount of selections. Way too much for kids who only ate pancakes. Should add an a la carte price maybe.
Mother's Day Brunch was fantastic. Great selection of food from breakfast thru dinner. Everything was wonderful.
Met some girlfriends for dinner on a Monday night. i think we were some of the only people in the restaurant. I will admit it crossed my mind that perhaps this was a signal of "something not-so-great". I was wrong. We got really good attention by the wait staff and the food was great, not excellent, but great! I would recommend it.
We were not expecting much from a hotel restaurant but were pleasantly surprised. Our lunches were delicious. I would recommend the soft shell crab sandwich, and the side of fruit was perfectly ripe and fresh. The hotel is part of a large shopping complex with convenient underground parking.
Easter Brunch was fantastic!
I had the turkey avocado club with fries. My favorite kind of fries! Also, the cheesecake was divine.
41Hundred at Renaissance North Hills offers takeout which you can order by calling the restaurant at (919) 278-1478.
41Hundred at Renaissance North Hills is rated 3.9 stars by 52 OpenTable diners.
Yes, you can generally book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size on OpenTable. Due to local restrictions, this restaurant may not be accepting reservations at the moment.