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The service was good, the food average and way too expensive for what you get. There are a number of good restaurants in the area, unless the weather is horrible, go elsewhere.
I'm sure that normally this restaurant is a great experience, however the staff was dealing with an unexpected party of 30+ people, and were not able to keep up. They ran out of food, the noise level was very high, and the wait times for food were over an hour.
We got our drinks quickly, and then waited about 30 minutes for the bread basket. I had to ask our server for plates.
After a long wait, we were served meals with multiple substitutions (quinoa for farrow, green beans instead of squash and zucchini). I'm not opposed to substitutions, but no one let us know that they had to be made, and I didn't get a choice of something else. My mother's plate was missing a vegetable entirely. The quinoa I got instead of farrow was plain, unseasoned, and tasted like grass. All of our food was lukewarm-cold.
Again, it was a bad night, and they clearly couldn't handle it. Maybe next time I'm there it'll be better.
The food was fine — nothing exceptional, but as good as anything nearby, I think, and it’s convenient if you’re staying at the resort. The real issue was the TIME — it took us so long to get our food after ordering that by the time our entrees came, we had all gone through 2 bread baskets and couldn’t eat our orders. It may have just been an exceptionally busy night, but it definitely wasn’t a great experience.
Camp was great and flexible with our large group! We had expected about 25 and ended up with closer to 35! They separated our check, got our food out quick and even got the kids served first! Food was great! Drinks were great!
Don’t usually eat here when we go to Sunday River but went there twice last week. We totally enjoyed our dinners both nights. First time my husband had the meatloaf and I had the pasta Bolognese which was excellent. I asked for it without cheese and actually got it as requested! We had the Brussels sprouts and lobster dip which were also very good. Our friends ordered the Summit Salad and onion soup. Second time I had the Summit Salad with lobster. It was sooo good! Lots of fresh lobster and a great salad, ordered again without cheese. My husband had the bistro steak and it was delicious. Service was very good. A group of 22 walked in for dinner without a reservation and they graciously seated them!
We were seated immediately. After waiting 15 minutes for a server I asked the bartender for cocktails, and she was surprised we had not seen our waitress. She provided our drinks right away. When she saw a staff member she told them we had not been served. Our waitress had not been informed we were there! Once she knew about us she was attentive and pleasant. Our table was a bit out of sight and I blame the host for not informing the staff she had a table!
The restaurant was not busy and there were 3 people at the checkin desk!
The food was good though. Bolognese with fresh pasta and rib eye was cooked perfectly.
Waited an hour for two medium burgers they came out well do e
Certainly vacation week is a strain on this type of restaurant, but they need to prepare especially if accepting reservations.
Extremely slow service food arrived sporadically over 15 minute interval.
No, I will not revisit unless I see much improved reviews.
Friendly, knowledgeable service
Delicious food , fresh salads.
A lot of choices
If it was not for the waitstaff or bartender the experience would have been miserable. It took over an hour from the time order was placed to get food on the table. When food arrived it was not even fast food quality. The burger was dry and probably had sat under the warmer for 50 min. French Onion soup bitter. Cast iron steak stuck to cast iron. We just wanted to head back to our room and call it a night. Waitperson even commented that they “should have cooked it themselves”
Great value great food great service
Corie was our waitress, excellent food and service!! Can't wait to go back!
We had been to Camp at a previous stay at the Summit Hotel and after a day of skiing, it was nice and convenient. The atmosphere was what you'd expect from a place named "Camp" so to try to be a "fine dining" restaurant seemed out of place. We ordered the maple brussel sprouts as an appetizer. They came out with our dinner which was still OK and the portion was very generous and they were tasty. For entrees we had the Camp salad, roasted chicken and meat loaf. The salad was nice but I thought expensive for what it was. The chicken was pretty awful. Both my husband and I thought it was way too salty (inside). Almost hard to eat. The house veggies (carrots) were nicely cooked and tasty. I didn't taste the meat loaf but it looked dry and didn't get even close to a rave review. We told both the waiter and the manager about the chicken. I hope they take what we said to heart. Although our server was new he was very attentive as was the young man serving water. Both were pleasant and seemed eager to do well. They might do better to serve more tavern type food (sandwiches, chili, soups etc) and not try to fancy it up. I suspect that most people eating there are staying nearby and are looking for convenience, not fine dining.
Went with friends for the New Years Eve buffet dinner. Had to take a 4:00 seating, but stayed until 7:30 and it never got crowded. That was great to not be rushed, but wasn’t sure why we couldn’t have come in later.
Food was good, but being buffet nothing special.
Always love the ambience and friendly service
Casual dining at the summit hotel with lively bar. The night special was the prime rib ($$) that was an inch thick and giant piece giving two days of leftovers! The lobster dip appetizer is amazing - came with yummy crispy Melba toast rounds. I had the other special but most remember the flavorful spaghetti squash substitute for the entrée starch!
Everything we ordered was good. Our only complaint was that we had to wait a long time for our server to come once we were seated even to take a drink order. After that, service improved.
Fantastic service and classic New England cuisine with contemporary flair.
We went to Camp for the Christmas buffet. Overall, the dining experience was fine. However, there were not a ton of buffet items for kids who are not accustomed to spices/flavors other than salt and pepper. Charcuterie plate was good. Desserts were alright, but the chocolate pies ran out early. From a kids, perspective, this was not a great dining experience, and for the adults, it was ok.
Very Nice place, very tasty food. Very good service!
A draft beer was $11, witch is extremely expensive.
The prime rib & turkey were excellent. The service was very good as well.
Thanksgiving buffet was excellent. Good quality food and wide variety offered, plus the desserts were exceptional.
Delicious food and beautiful interior. Highly recommend.
Our first Thanksgiving with family away and we decided to eat out. The buffet was fresh, delicious and very homemade with a great assortment for appetizers and sides. Dessert buffet had everything from original Maine pumpkin whoopie pies to traditional apple pie and pumpkin pie. Love the cabin like decor and ambiance. We had sort of a loud couple sitting next to us but not the problem of the restaurant. Server was attentive and cheerful. Thank you!
CAMP offers takeout which you can order by calling the restaurant at (207) 824-5858.
CAMP is rated 4 stars by 24 OpenTable diners.
You can book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size.