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We had a great dinner and really enjoyed the Whole30 menu!
I felt the staff was honestly just lazy. Our water was empty most of the time, we would have to ask to order. We had to wait about 10 mins for someone to come take our drink order. Barely checked in on us. The food was all great, but the service was horrible.
We enjoy brunch at City Table. Although the coffee was lukewarm, that issue was quickly taken care of.
Good food and a decent atmosphere. Great for a low key, but still nice, dinner with friends.
We had some problem getting into City Table with a person who uses a walker. Fortunately, there were several of us to keep the doors open in the narrow entrance and navigate the stairs. The Boylston St door of the hotel was closed (hopefully, this was temporary); presumably that is handicapped accessible.
The food was underwhelming in comparison to the prices. Portion and quality was not worth it.
Great place for a quiet, last minute brunch on Saturday morning!
We went here after a conference one night and it was also my boyfriends birthday. I was also on the Whole30 (a paleo-centric 30 day diet plan). Somehow, miraculously, this place managed to accommodate all three things. For anyone on a paleo diet, you know how unbelievable it is to click on a restaurant website and see their "Whole30 menu", which was delicious (steak, asparagus, cauliflour purees, fish, oysters, beet salads, etc.) This means that they also have many gluten-free options and options for most with allergies.
Anyway, regardless of the Whole30 menu, our service was awesome and food was good. In addition, I ordered a dessert with a candle for my bfs bday and they brought over a whole dessert platter sampler with four candles and we sang. It was great. I was just really impressed. Thank you!!!
It wasn’t great. I ordered roast chicken, and it arrived a dry. My wife’s steak frites came with barbecue sauce—which hadn’t been mentioned on the menu. This restaurant seems to be trying to walk a fine line between pub fare and fine dining, and not doing either terribly well.
Horrible and progressively worse from start to finish. The server could barely be bothered and the place was empty when we arrived. Nothing redeeming.
Lots of gluten free options! Great place. Service was a little weird but I’d go back.
Great service. A gem for brunch.
Awesome! Staff makes you feel like your the only and most special guest.
I wish I could say better things. First we asked for a moment to order our cocktails before ordering dinner. 50 minutes later, we were finally able to get our server’s attention. We ordered our meal and ask for bread. Every table around us was brought bread. 2 tables had refills. Our food was brought out, then our bread. We inquired about the wine we’d ordered, 30 minutes prior and she promised it was on its way- although we explicitly said with our meal. We were 1/2 way through our dinner when it was brought out. My companion enjoyed his dish. Mine was just about the most boring chicken you could ever order. I think next time I’ll stick with a salad. Oh, and the temperature is very dependent on the weather outside. Every time someone came in, there was an arctic chill.
Very delicious food, and a very nice restaurant overall!
Overall nice evening dining with family, but found it odd they did not offer much for beer selection. No dark beer at all and nothing on tap.
Everything was wonderful. The Salmon was the best I had ever tasted!
Stall was polite, helpful and efficient.
We all got fish in one form or another: salmon, trout, and scallops. All fresh and delicious, with elegant presentation. Cocktails are fun and well made, the wine pour seems generous. Service is prompt and friendly. We went here following a Christmas concert at Old South Church. It was a very Boston evening out with family.
Very nice experience. They do a nice job with birthdays.
Treated like family.
My fiancé and I ate here before a holiday party that was nearby. The hostess seemed completely miserable and did not smile once. She didn’t even attempt to remove someone’s empty water bottle from the booth seat before she sat us there. The table was dirty and had salt granules all over it, though it was set as a clean table. The waiter took a very long time to take our order, and to bring our check. The food was good but nothing to write home about. One dish was missing a component as advertised, but it was not worth complaining because we were not checked on until we were nearly finished. Overall decent food, bad service. We would not go back.
Good food, attentive staff, nice setting but can be noisy
City Table is a nice little restaurant with a lively bar. The service was good, as was the food.
Food was without taste, not at all cooked to request and service was extremely slow!
A varied menu and reasonable prices for a Boston hotel restaurant. The staff has been consistently excellent as well.
We booked a table at City Table for Thanksgiving Dinner with some friends. The table was ready upon arriving and the host staff was friendly.
However, our server didn't seem to care much about our table. Maybe he was tired from the holiday rush?
The Thanksgiving Dinner meal came out plated nicely. However, the food was cold! Not sure what that was about.
I expect better from City Table at these prices!
Went for Thanksgiving dinner. Turkey was dry. Wait staff no where to be found after our dinner was delivered to ask for more gravy. Wanted it too be more special for this holiday meal.
Great night celebrating our sons birthday and excellent service from Amadio - we will be back - thanks
I love the atmosphere of City Table - is both sophisticated and casual at the same time. The service is great. The food is good. I’m a vegetarian and they only have one vegetarian option, but I’m fine with that because they have good beer.
Food was horrible. Don’t get the eggs benedict. Clam chowder was served cold.
When a restaurant claims they have a gluten free menu; HAVE ONE!! You are not doing gluten free diners justice at all by simply removing essential elements of food. When I inquired regarding switching to GF pasta for the tuna dish, the waitress said yes but I got served 1/2 a meal. No pasta and no sauce, simply tuna with pea pods-that's not a dinner in my book!! the peapods were cooked in a sesame seed oil - and that was the only flavor the chef bothered with. It's not hard to have GF pasta on hand, it's not hard to offer rice crackers with you pates, spreads, etc, it's a cinch to purchase a GF loaf of bakery bread, slice it and have it in the freezer for your patrons. Have some alternative savory or sweet or spicey sauces figured out that don't contain wheat or soy. 30% of the world is choosing or has no choice but to go gluten free. FEED THEM A WHOLE MEAL when they come to your restaurant!!
Have eaten here a few times over the last few years and each time it seems the execution of the dishes and the portion sizes both decline, but the prices remain. Good cocktails and appetizers but the entrees were all of moderate ‘wow’ and very disappointing portions for moderate eaters, with the exception of the vegetable risotto which was ample. 3 out of 4 of us left hungry.
We dined on a Friday evening. The noise level was not conducive to any table conversation. It was definitely a millennial tinder pick up bar atmosphere. Would not recommend for dining.
My salmon was served atop a swamp like soup of vegetables. The salmon itself was very good if you could avoid it falling into the soup mixture.
Very good meal and service. I would definitely go there again
Had a lovely meal with great service, very good corner table, and good cocktails. Apps were excellent. The chicken entree was very good as well. The steak frites was ok, but not terrific. Recommend a different choice.
Food was fine (stuffed trout and roasted chicken;) nothing to write home about. Cocktails were just okay. Dessert (carrot cake) was also just okay. This is a hotel restaurant.
Good for breakfast. You always need to ask twice for water
What a find! The food was absolutely delicious. The scallops were divine! The ahi was sweet and spicy and a nice combo of flavors. The fried artichoke... yummy. The atmosphere was dark inside but near windows so just the right touch of light.
The Lennox hotel next door is so very charming.
We had an incredible dinner! Miguel was our server and exceeded our expectations in every way.
We had the NY Strip and Taco App both were delicious and the Brussel sprouts were to die for! Fresh baked hot rolls! Great cocktails! Playlist was perfect and made for a groovy vibe. We will be back!