Designed by renowned architect David Rockwell and the talented Rockwell Group, Alhambra highlights many of the historic building’s original features, including a landmarked hand painted ceiling. It is set in a landscape of bold hues of black, silver, brown, cream and gold, which intermingle with rich textures to create a lush, warm environment.
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Very nice restaurant. Overall, the food is good. The restaurant is very overpriced. $69 for brunch is really over priced for what is included. It should not cost $200 for 2 people to have brunch.
Went for a birthday . The room was beautiful but poorly lit. That greatly reduced the ambiance. Wildly under staffed, we waited for almost 15 mins to before we saw a waiter. A manager came and assisted which helped. Very very poor representation for a st Regis property and luxury experience that you pay for at a property of this type was absent. Two of three entrees were delicious. One was cold.
The lobster ravioli was exceptional. The restaurant is a stark contrast with the traditional St Regis so that was a bit of a shock but if you’ve looked at photos of the restaurant it shouldn’t be a surprise. Excellent wine selection and desserts were great as well.
Absolutely 5 stars, from the hostess to Maître d'hôtel to servers and busser! Praises to the chefs. We all enjoyed every meal. Now, this missed the Diamond mark because of bellhop. The older gentleman with red jacket never greeted nor interacted with us warmly. He was even brash with us as we left. Otherwise, all else was superlative!
Excellent service paired with extraordinary food. The lobster ravioli is a most
Good experience. Food was typical of any higher end restaurant. Love the decor. The service was so-so. A little slow and not very attentive for initial order or subsequent drinks or menu items. Perhaps it was because I wasn’t wearing a suit.
Disappointing. Was expecting much more from this restaurant based on the ads.
Main course too salty and oily, salad just arugula and parm cheese.
This restaurant stands on its own as an excellent restaurant, not just as a place to feed hotel guests. In years past, the menu seemed overpriced and standard fare, but it appears to have been completely overhauled. There still are some overly expensive dishes, but I had an eggplant appetizer and a vegetarian tagine that were both excellent and different. Flavorfully spiced with impeccable ingredients.
My bf and I came here for a special brunch date. Jazz brunch was amazing; the food, service, and ambience was superb.
Overcharged for group function.
Did not know it was restaurant week and arrived to limited menu. The one person who liked the food was sick with GI problem the next day. Foie gras refrigerate and served as slab cut served with dollop of duck confit. Bad quality and expected to eat with a fork, no crackers, bread. Parsnip soup was so thick, thicker than heavy cream with little flavor. Branzino was edible, two deserts were not eaten, short ribs drenched in gravy, mashed potato consistency reminded one of dehydrated potato flakes reconstituted. Scallop entree, lobster appetizer enjoyed but that person had GI problems next day. Service was horrible. Too much time if I elaborated. Cushion bench was filthy. Picture attached. Restaurant pretty empty. Will never go back.
We dined at Alhambra during restaurant week with high expectations based on the good reviews. The food was average at best, as was the service. Dinner for three plus wine was significantly overpriced for the quality. We would not recommend the restaurant, but we would return to have a drink at the bar for the lovely ambiance.
Food was okay- probably would be better outside of restaurant week, but regular menu is pricey so restaurant week was a good deal. Portions were small. Ambiance was a bit cold and modern and not as inviting as the warm and luxurious St Regis bar next door. Probably would go back to that bar but not to this restaurant.
Wanted to try a new to us restaurant for January 2019 Restaurant Week and Alhambra proved an excellent choice with delicious food, elegant gentility and service to match. Although the menu was limited, all choices sampled excelled.
It was restaurant week so you can't expect their best but the deserts were minuscule postage stamp sized. The modern decor in the ornate building was jarring. There seemed to be a lot of service staff for the size of the room. I do not begrudge giving people work, but there was constantly someone moving about the table. It was like eating in an outdoor cafe but on the sidewalk, not in the cafe.
Great resto week option!!
Great Restaurant Week menu. Service was really great, and the restaurant is nice and quiet. Would definitely recommend again.
The food that was served was very good, We all had fish. We had no interest in a pre fix meal but that was our only choice as the online and had not seen any reference to this. We were told that the chef would not vary from the pre fix and that we could not have a salad. So we skipped the appetizers and dessert but paid for the entire meal. 4 people? What we ate was delicious but it caused some awkward moments when we first sat down. We felt captured. We had valet take our cars so couldn't leave. Server was nice but forgot my wine and I had to ask halfway through the meal. Again not smooth.
It's nice to have a quiet restaurant for a change - where one doesn't have to raise one's voice or lean in to hear your dining partners.
We thought it was funny that they couldn't quite get it right when it came to who gets which dish - deducted one star for that.
Otherwise it was a fine experience in a historic and beautiful dining room.
Went for Restaurant Week lunch. The space is gorgeous, and it wasn't busy. Waitstaff were polite, attentive, and friendly. The food was amazing! Short rib, beet salad, butternut soup, cauliflower--all excellent. The potatoes served with the short rib were to die for. Deserts were good but not great.
Excellent! The half chicken was moist, crispy and so delicious!
New Yeqrs Eve 10 course dinner. Outstanding.
Best Brunch in town. Worth every penny. Thank you to Camille and Jose for an outstanding day.
We had our Christmas dinner (family of four) at Alhambra. The service was very good and the setting was lovely. Our food selections and overall experience was very good.
Service was amazing. Good was fantastic. We really enjoyed it.
Honestly it was sad that we trusted reviews to spend our Christmas dinner here. Obviously there is an issue with the chef, the quality of the food was terrible. And the dishes were not well thought out and sloppy. For a pre fix 4 course dinner we expected sooo much more and rather have had stayed home to cook ourselves. Each dish was over sauced/ over salted and the presentation was poor and boring. Additionally each plate that was brought out was cold. Unless there is a change in chef or cooking staff I would not plan to come back or recommend this place to someone which is a shame because the bar area and ambiance was beautiful. On the bright side we made friends with the tables surrounding us because they all had similar opinions on the dining experience.
My family and I went for the Christmas Day lunch. $79 four course meal +$40 wine pairing. Duck confit was a little dry and the beef was a little fatty for my liking, but everything was delicious. We got a cozy private table and the ambiance was great.
First, the lady in phone for reservations did not let us reserve before 1pm. But we could reserve online and all times were available. The lady I spoke to was very unfriendly.
Next, service was not at all prompt and felt that server assignment was not clear.
Third, menu descriptions were inaccurate and vague. Server was also unknowledgeable and could not explain readily.
Food was so so, nothing to write home about.
Very disappointed. It used to be an enjoyable place before Alhambra. We will be looking for different venues next time
We went to dinner here on Christmas Eve. The food was amazing, our server was awesome and the wine was very good. The restaurant itself is beautiful and centrally located. Go immediately.
Excellent food, you must go to the buffet at the bar for the Seafood, cheeses, and breads...and the bloodys are perfect
The place is very beautiful and pleasant. We sat next to the Jazz Player and found it really enjoying. The buffet style appetizers offered a wide range of choices. I really enjoyed the shrimp cocktail, oysters, mash potatoes, and the soup. I ordered the lobster Benedict as my entry. To be honest, It looks better than it tastes. While my boyfriend ordered a banana pancake which tastes better than it looks
Beautiful ambience, secluded, private booth with exquisite chandelier. Excellent, savory menu
Not all menu items available. Food was extra oily. Not my cup of tea, so I don’t agree with other reviewers. Good selection and creative menu, just be specific on how you prefer the preparation. Wait staff and management were great, was more kid friendly than expected which was appreciated.
The folks at Alhambra go out of their way to make your dining experience enjoyable from start to finish.
Really enjoyed our dining experience. We had a booth which was great for our anniversary celebration. The Octopus and Mussels were wonderful starters and full of flavor. We had Red Snapper and Lamb for mains. The lamb was a little underdone for my liking but very flavorsome. Desert of French apple tart and Plum Calfoutis rounded off a great evening. The only complaint is that the restrooms feel like they are in another building and confusing with stairs, doors and corridors.
What a gloriously elegant way to enjoy Sunday brunch. From the delicious food selections to the impeccable service to the fantastic jazz duo, we got our money’s worth. On a side note, what is the deal with people arriving at a place like this dressed in rumpled t-shirts and wearing hats in the dining room. One guy was actually wearing swimming trunks. Oh well! It didn’t ruin our time but kind of disappointing to see people showing up to place dressed so scraggly!
We selected Alhambra based on other Open Table Reviews, and decided Restaurant Week was a good time to try. First, the positive - the service was excellent, all the way from the hostess to the servers. the appetizers (we had the eggplant and the salad) and dessert were also very good. However, the roasted chicken was very dry (not sure if it was reheated or simply overcooked). We may give them another try, but based on what we had we would probably not pay full price.
The service was great, very attentive. The food was amazing. My appetizer was the eggplant. The flavors combined so well. My entree was the lamb. It was incredible; so tender just slid off the bone. I highly recommend.