Its definitely a place to try for those of you that never been there you get a three course meal for $40 used to be $35 seems like the price increases every year, you can BYOB which saves you money they used to bring out a dessert cart but they longer do that the is prepared by the students they are supervised by a Chef the food is very good like a high end restaurant no complaints just the service takes a little longer
Hampton Winds is a hidden gem in the Lehigh Valley. Outstanding food, beautiful presentation and exceptional service.
We were celebrating 2 birthdays and wanted a special meal. We were not disappointed. Rachael, our main wait staff, was so helpful and pleasant. We had the brussel sprouts, wonderful,grilled vegetable salad, cold but very interesting, spicy crab soup, yummy, and shrimp. By this time we were very full but still ordered the peanut butter brownie pie. Couldn't have been better. Next time I'd probably do alacarte since servings were large.
We have eaten at Hampton Winds many times over the last several years and always had exceptional experiences. This time they had just changed the menu which included less choices, and we felt the price of the meals were high for what we got. With the menu change you are now able to get ala carte selections, but once again it is very high price when eating at a student restaurant.
There was a table of ten 30-40 year old women whom I think had a relationship with the college.
A man proudly wearing blue jeans initially was inciting them. They scream-laughed at everything he said.
This loud screaming in a room with very poor stochistics lasted for an hour a half and directly ruined our
We will never return!
My wife and I use to dine frequently at Hampton Winds. It was a wonderful culinary program. We enjoyed the friendliness of the students and staff. The selection of food and presentation was wonderful. The desert cart was fabulous! Unfortunately, too many changes have been made in the past several years. The restaurant was always full. The Friday night that we dined there, there were four of us, the restaurant was not even half full. We were surprised. However after dining there, we now understand. The staff did the bare minimum to provide us service; they were not very friendly. There was only one soup item and two salad items. In the past, there were three soup choices and three salad choices. All four of our entrees were only warm. The plates were hot, but the food was not. Gone is the fabulous desert cart and the many desert choices that went with it. Also, there are too many items on the menu that include an up-charge. We also miss the table side student entree selections. This was our first visit in one and one-half years. We will not be returning any time soon.
My husband and I had dinner with two other couples on a weeknight. Reservations were for 6:15, and there were about 3 tables taken when we arrived. Somebody offered to open our wine bottles right away. We were not in a big hurry, but we waited at least half hour for bread to come out, and another 15 minutes for the waitress to takeout order. We were there an hour and a half before the appetizers came out, (they were delicious.) I realize that students prepare the food to order, but I feel that they could do a better job getting soup and salad out as they should be pre made. I would definitely recommend trying this place as the food was very good.but you should be prepared for a long night. It was 9:35 before we were done eating.
WE had an outstanding luncheon with our close friends. The food was delicious and the service was excellent. Best kept secret in the Lehigh Valley.
My most recent visit to Hampton Winds did not live up to the expectations I had from dining there in the past. The waitress was very friendly, and my party of three was promptly seated. The dining room was very chilly all evening even though we were adjacent to the fireplace. From start to finish our meal took 2.5 hours, though there were only two other parties in the restaurant that evening. We were informed there was no beef special (or any beef entrée) available. Bread selection did not seem fresh and was served cool. The appetizers were excellent. Soup was only lukewarm, though the taste was good. Salads had frozen/partially thawed cubed vegetables and one was missing nuts listed on the menu. Dinner was just "ok"... nothing to rave about here. Overcooked pork schnitzel, under-buttered spaetzle and unseasoned cabbage. Meh. Hands down our favorite part of past visits, the rolling out of dessert cart, is no longer offered here. Instead you receive a menu with pretty common choices. While our desserts were edible, all three in our party felt they were overwhelmingly sweet and lacking balance but mostly nothing special. In my years of visiting here, it seems the price has increased while quality and selection has decreased. The waitress was a gem and incredibly patient (we had a spill early in the meal which she handled with grace) but all three in my party agree that the food did not live up to previous expectations.
Our dinner was fantastic. It had been sever years since my last visit, and it was even better than I remembered. The service was great, and the food was all delicious. Everything was the perfect temperature and looked so appetizing. We took home half of our entrees and our dessert, because it was so much food. Love the BYOB option as well. I recommend this restaurant to many people. A very nice night out.
The food was excellent, the servers were eager to please, and the quiet ambience was perfect and conducive for conversation.
This was my second time at HW. It was fantastic. I will say the lobster bisque although wonderful flavor was very salty. Other than that we were very very happy.
We have been dining at Hampton Winds for years, and unfortunately this last visit was not one of the better visits. The service was great...but the food was just okay and we truly missed having the students share the varied desserts that they prepared by showcasing them on the dessert cart!
Everything was excellent. The food and the service was outstanding. We will be back soon!
We celebrated a birthday and they made it special for my sister. The only thing was I ask for a table near the fireplace when I booked over a week ago and they mixed the table request. Over all we were still satisfied
The food was amazing and the entire evening was well priced.
Everything was wonderful. Ambiance, quality of food and service all excellent. Will definitely be back.
Was a lovely time. Food choice were abundant and delicious! Service was great. We will definately be back.
We've wanted to try Hampton Winds for awhile after always hearing about how good it was and we were not disappointed. The menu is developed by the chef with certain student creations. All food is prepared by the students. To me, it's like fine dining at casual dining prices. A five-course meal costs $40. You will not go away hungry.
My friend and I love to celebrate our husbands mutual birthday here. Been many times and always have wonderful food and a fantastic time.
So you need to check on this. We made reservations which was as surprise as we know you usually need to call weeks in advance.. so to see it in OT was a surprise. The bigger surprise was that we arrived with friends, wine and expectations of another great meal. Surprise.... they aren’t open.
UPDATE - app when live while students were on break. Ate there last week. Awesome as always.
Many heartfelt apologies! We are new to Open Table. The college is closed. The restaurant will re-open on 1/17. Please forgive us as we educate ourselves regarding the use of Open Table. Overall, we do expect this to be an enhancement to our customers AND our students! We hope that you will give us another chance and reschedule - keeping in mind that booking at LEAST 24 hours ahead is best in this academic setting. Please do not hesitate to call (610) 861-4549 with any questions or concerns.