Service, food, ambiance, menu...everythiing was perfect! Such a fun night...I can't wait to return!!
It’s a very warm atmosphere. Service is outstanding...there was no rush between courses. The owner visited our table to make sure everything was to our liking. And did I mention the food is amazing! I highly recommend the Brentwood.
Love this restaurant! The food is delicious and Chef/Owner Eric Masson is a great host. Our waitress, Kristen was excellent!
The food, service and setting were excellent. My only complaint was the cost of the drinks. $12.00 for an Old Fashion and $9.00 for a Gin and Tonic was very very high.
We go to this restaurant almost every time we are in this area and have not yet been disappointed with the food. It has been always tasty and quality is very consistent. This is why we always try to dine here when ever we get a chance to.
Once again, The Brentwood was phenomenal! From service to dessert, the evening was a luxury of food and family, moderately priced and deliciously well-prepared. I will come here again with my family for another special occasion. Thank you to the entire team - this was exquisite, and very much appreciated.
A group of us went to Brentwood for restaurant week and picked Brentwood based on the variety of choices on their fixed menu. The group overall was very disappointed with the quality and the quantity of the food. Two in the group ordered tomato soup for their appetizer and the soup was luke warm and served in a huge bowl but when the spoon was stuck straight down the amount of soup only covered half of the spoon ladle. Another person got the beet and cheese salad and was at the most two bites. As for the entrees again the taste of the beef Bourgogne was good but about two bites. Others got the stuffed flounder which looked like a small white blob and was not very good. On to desserts, again a big failure on taste. Nothing would begin to count for the set $30 per person cost.
Went to try the Brentwood for the first time. It was restaurant week so we figured we could get an idea of what this place was about. We enjoyed the ambiance, a quaint house remodeled into a restaurant. We were seated next to a group of 8 that was very loud, but we did not mind. Our server was excellent. His name was Jeff and you could tell he was a very experienced server and very familiar with the Brentwood. The food was selected from the limited restaurant week menu plus wine pairing. The pear and goat cheese salad and french onion soup were both excellent. The entrees (Low Country Cassoulet and Beef Bourguignon) were both bland and nothing special. We would not order either of those entrees again. The bread pudding dessert was good and I would order it again. Overall I would probably try this restaurant again and order from the main menu.
As always, a wonderful evening!
This was the second visit to this lovely “Haunted” house. It has a really nice feel to it when you arrive. Our server, Hayley was most personable and offered some great suggestions for dinner. My wife had the escargot and I had the she crab soup. Bother were delicious. Y wife had the scallops and shrimp Chardonnay as I had the grouper special. Both were really good with nice flavor. The sauces were outstanding and most flavorful. For desert we decided to go for the soufflé since it was Saturday night date night. It was a little wait and you needed to preorder since it took some time to make. Overall the portion sizes were good and my only improvement would be that part of the grouper was not fully cooked yet there was enough that was cooked to not take away from the dining experience. It’s a place for a return visit. Oh, no ghosts joined us for dinner. Lol