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Everything was superb. The food was wonderfully prepared, delicious, beautifully served and creative. I mean, who thinks about using a mushroom to make ice cream. As it was explained, the candy cap mushroom tends to be used in desserts as it has a sweet taste. In this case the mushroom imparts maple flavor since it grows by maple trees (I checked this online and that's a food fact).
My only gripe was over some service flaws. After I arrived back home and wanted to check something from the menu, I looked it up online. I was surprised to see they offer a Winter Prix Fixe menu for $29.95. There was NO insert in the menu or anywhere that alerted my party to this dinner option. Nor did our server alert us to this option. Nor did any other server offer this option, since I was able to overhear the servers at the two nearby tables discussing the dinner specials (which does have an insert in the menu). I would have ordered the same thing (since what I saw online didn't grab me) but that should be my informed choice.
Additionally, our regular server told us that we could call upon another server if she was away since she was assigned to double duty at the restaurant and at another site on the premises. Therefore, at dessert time another server shared the dessert items verbally. She told us of the numerous, individual ice cream and sorbet choices as well as a creme brulee and fruit crumble. As our regular server came back we asked her to review the ice creams. She also saw we were not handed the printed dessert menu, which had other choices we were not informed of as well as an opportunity to order a flight of 4 ice cream/sorbet combinations so we could sample a variety (which we ended up ordering).
Another server, I observed, touched food with her bare hands.
The service was impeccable! Ann Marie and Rachel were fabulous! Attentive, but not overbearing. The food was more than delicious , it was also creatively plated.
This review is for DINNER. (I also reviewed their Sunday brunch, which, frankly, was bad.) Dinner at Henry's was fantastic. The drinks are interesting and strong, the wine menu has a broad range of types and price points, with some great local wineries and some great Napa wineries on there, and all the food we had was fantastic. We tried the smoked trout appetizer - everyone loved it. We ordered for entrees the lamb chops, short ribs, and lobster ravioli and everything was great. The entree portions are gigantic... so even though they're expensive, you seem to be getting a lot for your money. My lobster ravioli could have used a little more flavor or maybe Parmesan offered, but overall we enjoyed our dinner. We also had some dessert - I had to try the sweet black garlic ice cream. It was very interesting and tasty actually. My friends split the berry crumble and enjoyed it. We would eat dinner here again.
Beautiful place. Great food!
This review is specifically for SUNDAY BRUNCH (we also ate dinner at Henry's the same day and it was very good - see separate review). First, the cocktails at brunch were lovely. Second, the truffle/parmesan fries were spectacular. But third - our entrees were really quite bad. I had the chicken and waffles ("best in hudson valley"??) and the chicken was over seasoned, overcooked and greasy, and the breading slid off the second I used a knife and tasted over floured. It was difficult to eat and didn't taste good. The waffles were sort of undercooked and the mix of them and the chicken - blech. The kitchen also forgot the Sriracha glaze completely. My friend tasted the chicken and thought I was being generous in calling it "not very good," she thought it was bad. Another friend had the burger -- which sounded great on the menu -- but it arrived like a blackened slab of meat on a bun. The kitchen forgot to put on the condiments (jalapeño jam), and my friend was very disappointed overall with the flavor and texture of the burger. It seems odd for a farm to table restaurant to have a subpar burger... our other friend had the fish wrap and overall it was the best of the 3 dishes but she didn't love it and didn't finish it. There were a bunch of large parties surrounding us so service was very slow and it took over an hour for our entrees to come out. Even if the large parties made the kitchen slower, it's not an excuse for bad food and bad execution, and expo forgetting sauces etc. I would not recommend this restaurant for BRUNCH.
Best part of our weekend there. Room was so-so, Spa was a non factor. The restaurant and the animals were great.
FYI - the lone staff person at the Sunday morning breakfast buffet should be replaced with someone from the evening restaurant staff. Her negativity ruined an otherwise nice morning.
We have been here at least a dozen times and with each time the service and food seem to have declined. Our waiter was taking care of too many tables and did not have time to treat us properly - or the rest of his customers. My 16 ounce ny strip have a huge tendon down the center. Or mussels appetizer was 10 mussels, way too few for the price. Salad was good as usual.
We probably will be back in the hopes this once glorious restaurant will improve to where it once was.
the place was okay overall. it took a long while to serve the food to tables, and it's not very worthy for a long drive if you're not around the corner. fair service, fair food, fair decoration... just like a local get together place instead of a fancy restaurant for a date or so.
Rachel our server was very pleasant and informative
food was very good. we had fried chicken w waffles w lemon whipped cream and bacon. Insane and flavorful. And meat pizza very good. Not overly exceptional. But very good cheese could have been more melted and seasoning somewhat bland
Drinks. Mnahttan. Blood orange Martini. Lavender something and watermelon margarita. Manhattan was good. Drinks certainly were potent and tasty. And plentiful. Which was awesome. Flavors were not all that amazing. Watermelon margarita was to sweet and not enough jalapeño or salt. Oh cherries in manhattan exceptional. Black garlic ice cream was over top Total bill 98 plus tip
food was wonderful, it was a perfect place for a friends birthday brunch
Food was too fussy unnecessarily so. Service was very average. Didn't get a farm to table vibe.
The smoked trout latkes appetizer was delicious, as was the cold sliced duck salad. And for dessert, we shared the ice cream flight of 4 flavors; our choice was: vanilla, chocolate, and banana poppy. All of their ice creams are home made on the premises; they are all creamy without being too rich. I was delighted with my choices!
We had mussels as an appetizer which were delicious. My chicken with polenta and spinach was also excellent. I highly recommend this wonderful restaurant which is located on the grounds of the Buttermilk Falls Inn & Spa in the Hudson Valley.
Went for my moms birthday. Food and drinks were delicious. It's wonderful to try locally sourced seasonal dishes. Also the property around the restaurant is beautiful.
Great place to go for a a special occasion or date.
The food was very good. However, the service on the night we were there was extremely slow. There were only two tables occupied, so they were not busy. It seemed like the staff was too busy socializing to be bothered with the customers.
A wonderful place for dinner. Food was very good and a good selection with fresh vegatables. Wonderful handcrafted coctails and an solid well-priced wine list.
Last year we had an amazing meal at Henry’s. So we were excited to celebrate my parents anniversary at Henry’s this year. I was disappointed with the food over all this year. My chicken was way over cooked and the polenta had no taste. Also my husbands fish was also over cooked. The Henry’s salad was great and the desserts were okay but I really wasn’t wowed at all. Our server was terrific even though she was so busy. It really wasn’t worth the 40 minute drive. Sorry we really thought it was much better a year ago.
It was likely an isolated incident, but our reservations were for 6 o'clock and our entree was served at 8:10 p.m.
Others nearby that were seated after us received their entree and even finished it before we got served.
The parking situation was a little bit unusual as well. They have a sign there for valet parking. All of the other nearby spots seem to be taken up in the only other available spaces to park on your own seem to be very far away and across a bridge on their campus. They had one valet parker. He would have to drive a car to that far away lot and then run back to get the next car creating a backlog of people waiting. If there were other parking options, there wasn't any obvious signage that I could see pointing it out.
The place is nice inside and you can tell that the proteins and the produce were fresh. Overall, I would say the food was solid, but not spectacular.
Perhaps I will give the place another shot to see if my so-so experience was just an anomaly. Other friendly patrons that sat near us and spoke with us did seem to like their meals.
Excellent service but quite a long wait for our food. 2.5 hour dinner which was worth it but a little longer then we anticipated
My wife and I have eaten at Henry's before, and our experience was no different: It was excellent. I want to start off by saying that my wife is on the Whole30 diet, but we wanted to see if Henry's could accommodate, and they could. She cannot have gluten, dairy (butter!!!), legumes, sugar. Henry's tackled it head-on, and our waitress, Annemarie, was amazing. She and chef made a plan to have a delicious steak and steamed veggies piled high for my wife, while I enjoyed the sriracha burger (it was the special of the night) with delicious hand-cut fries.
Annemarie alone was the key to our pleasant evening. She was helpful, and when we apologized for being such pains about the dietary needs, she said we were just being silly and that she would make sure it can all be accommodated.
Henry's is on the pricey side (I would say about $30-40 pp), but if you like good, homegrown, creative meals, it doesn't disappoint. The portion sizes are perfect, too. You should not go home hungry!
Nice cozy little place with great service and great fresh food
Had a wonderful dinner to celebrate our daughter’s 21st. Everything was terrific, as always
Went there for Lorraines birthday. Beautiful interior. Great food
Food scrumptious, wine superb and service excellent.
Excellent service, (our server, Kristina was personable and smart), coupled with very good farm-to-table cuisine, and tucked away in the woods.
Well worth the splurge on New Year's Day. What more can one say?
My husband and I had a delicious dinner on New Year's Eve. The atmosphere was cozy and romantic and we could not be any happier with the incredible service! Everyone went the extra mile! We enjoyed every bit of our meal and would highly recommend Henry's at the Farm to all.
Everything was perfect as always.
As always, a great time was had. The food was delicious. We had two strip steaks specials, a filet mignon and a double venison dish. My husband got the lobster tail appetizer which was large enough for three people to share. The Caeser salad is huge and really could be a meal itself. The s'mores dessert was a marshmallow lovers paradise!