Pricey but nit surprising for a kosher restaurant. A gem in the suburbs when it must be kosher. Steaks were very good. Reubens were surprising as the menu said mushroom, but we did nit realize it wasvegan. Tasted good even though niot what was expected.
PLTs were very good. Kid's platter good. Cod, fair and small portion. Took way too long (25 minutes) to get food.
Also, when you are seated, bread should be brought to table, immediately. Also you should not have to ask for salt ever, or ketchup (when you order fries)
best kosher steak house for quite distance. Make sure to get seating in main dining room otherwise a bit busy by the door and bar.
Kosher or not, a pastrami on rye should not consist of 2-3'slices of mediocore pastrami, especially for 22 dollars.
The food was excellent! The waiter made excellent suggestions. It's one of the best meals I've had in a long time!
We celebrated a birthday. Food was exdellent but too noisy
This was the best meal we've had here since the restaurant opened. Really enjoyed the new menu, especially the "Snacks."
This was our first visit to C & R and until they change the variety of the entrées I will not be returning. After looking over the menu I asked if they had any specials and was told, since it was Sunday they served some breakfast dishes all day long and had no specials. There were 4 main courses and 2 or 3 sandwiches. The deserts were probably the high spot of our meal. I left disappointed.
The food was delicious. We were a party of 5 and everyone enjoyed the food. I was glad to see the addition of lower priced options to choose from. Looking forward to eating there again.
A good kosher restaurant but they need to expand the menu
limited menu Drastic change from menu last year, not as interesting
Overall was nice, took awhile to get served even though not too many people there. Good apps, nice steak, and the lamb special was really great, but as above nt hot enough - even got a second one, but again, only warm.
Dined at Citron & Rose, food was great and very complex for being kosher food. it something you find often. However, this restaurant is now C&R Kitchen offering less complex more family friendly food. Had the brisket burger and honestly it was one of the better burgers I've ever had. It was a bday party, and when I reserved online I added a note to bring out a desert with a candle if possible. Dinner was over, I was asked if I wanted to look at the desert menu, I said no... And got the check. Other than that, everything was great!
The steak that I had was excellent, and cooked exactly as I requested. My husband, who is vegetarian, had a portobello mushroom sandwich, which he absolutely loved - a rare reaction for him at a meat-based restaurant. I had the hot fudge sundae with hazelnut ice cream for dessert, which came with meringue crumbles on top. I was disappointed because the meringue made the sundae too sweet; also, I couldn't taste the hazelnut flavor. My husband had a peach cobbler, which he really liked.
Wish you had a restaurant in Baltimore. We'd be there very often.