Very lovely and elegant but not stuffy. Food was very good. Service via Courtney was top shelf. We’ll definitely return.
Overpriced restaurant . On a Sunday they could not make poached eggs for the Crab Benedict because they had run out of vinegar ? I sense that this was not true . Breakfast bar was not restocked after 10:00am. What about those of us who came to try out the Brunch? I live close by this hotel. I have been an Honors member for over 20 years but this was horrible. The Hampton Inn across the street is a better breakfast.
We ultimately had a wonderful time; the food is delicious. However the Open Table app was difficult to use for this reservation. When I selected my date and party size, I received a message that there were no options available. When I tried to call the phone number listed, it was a number to the wrong hotel (Hampton Inn). When we arrived the restaurant was completely empty! I definitely suggest working out the kinks to make this restaurant more accessible.
The food was delicious, and we truly enjoyed our meal. However, we wish our service was a bit more attentive. We had to search out our waitress to clear our plates, and although we had asked for more water, we never got it. And our waitress was not around to ask again.
Excellent food reasonable priced. Beautiful hotel parking next door
Harth in Green Hills is my new 'go to' restaurant!
For entrees, I suggest the Sea Bass, the Cattlemen's duo, or the Eggplant Parm!
Salads - the baby kale or spinach are both excellent but size/quality varies by the cook of the day.
Servers - very nice!
Bartender - makes it the way you like it!
Overall a beautiful venue with tables not crowded, comfortable chairs, and quiet!
Worse meal i have had with the worse service in 30 years in Nashville. The service was slow but the food was so bad you did not mind waiting for it.
Dinner was fantastic. Seabass with lobster and crab risotto as well as carrots and other side items. Stunning dish, absolutely delicious, and large portion. Waiter was professional but had a personality also. All the other people in my party were also very impressed with their dinner. Definitely give it a try if you are looking for a nice relaxed lovely meal in Greenhills.
Exceptional food seasoned and presented beautifully
This (new to us) restaurant is a real find. We had the "Roasted Sea Bass - Crab & Lobster Risotto - Saffron Asparagus - Carrots - Swiss Card - Beurre Blanc" and it was absolutely beyond wonderful. Our waitress, Amber, was a complete delight and management even spent the time to stop by for an intriguing conversation. We also checked out the rooftop bar which will definitely become a place we'll visit for a peaceful drink under the stars. Totally looking forward to our next visit!
Wait staff was unprofessional but they tried.
The duck salad looked like something that was pull from the garbage. I sent it back. I ordered a burger
Which was tasty but the fries and brussel
sprouts were under cooked and greasy.
Quiet, not crowded. Varied menu. I had the ham Panini with homemade potato chips. The ham was thick sliced not like lunchmeat. The cheese and other condiments on the sandwich were very tasty. The bread was excellent. The chips were fresh made, thin, and tasty.Much better than your average deli type sandwich. My companion had the corn and crab soup which was a huge bowl plenty for a meal, and very tasty. Full of flavor but not spicy hot. We were both very impressed.
Great meal and great value!!! Still working out the kinks with service, staff is very attentive and accommodating. Nice having quality restaurants in Green Hills!!
Server was new and un trained. Food was very very salty. Table was wobbly. Cocktail was not good. Asked for martini with small amt olive juice. It was not cold and very salty. Server brought our check without clearing our dishes. We got two different wine lists...I guess one was an older version.
Service was so poor! Food was inedible! I know this is a new restaurant but these employees were never trained! So embarrassing for our city!
Food was tasty. Service was atrocious however. Five tables were sat almost at one time with same waiter. It was apparently his second day working there & you could tell.
Harth is a new restaurant in the new Green Hills hotel. It's beautiful, has huge paintings of animals and great feel to it. Big open bar. Great drinks and the food was good too. My husband and I went for our usual Saturday date night and were surprised that it didn't have more people. The wait staff is very eager and friendly.
We went with our sister and brother, great sinning experience and food
The chicken was very dry and the Pasta Duet was lukewarm and did not seem freshly made. Pork chop and steak were good.
The sea bass was one of the top three meals I have ever eaten in a restaurant. I can't wait for my next special occasion so I have an excuse to order it again. I might just have to make up a reason to go. Yum! My husband's filet was moist and delicious as well.
beautiful place, still a bit new but they are working the bugs out
This is a very new restaurant and they clearly do not have all the kinks worked out. The food was OK, and was fairly priced. I think they need to work on execution as this could be a very good addition to the restaurant scene in Green Hills. The pizzas looked good and another diner was very positive about them.
Overall, we had an excellent experience dining at Harth. The four of us all ordered something different and everyone thoroughly enjoyed their meal. I will definitely be back.
The hotel needs to get the details right for lighting and wine and room temperature. Service was disjointed and very slow.
The food was beautiful and very good. Wine list needs help. Cocktails really need help and latte is way too expensive.
So it’s new and it’s a Hilton Hotel restaurant. That said...
The food was quite good, if heavy on the sauce and butter. Though it was two days after Valentine’s Day, the restaurant was still pushing a limited Valentine’s Day menu and didn’t seem to want to even show us the regular menu, which had the pizza, which is in the picture advertising the restaurant. Cocktails were more Hilton Garden Inn than Conrad Hotel.
The hotel is shimmering new, but the restaurant, with 25-foot ceilings and doors that allow the chill February wind to gust through the open room with every opening, has the ambience of a gymnasium, as if the tables could be cleared away at any moment to allow ballroom dancing.
I’m going to hold out hope that the opening kinks work out. The neighborhood could use a quiet, tasty spot and this could be it—if they raise the cocktail game and someone doesn’t lower the backboard first.