Very convenient meeting location for clients flying into MSP.
Fast, friendly service with good food.
All was quiet due to light customer load. Might be more noisy if it was busy, but not sure.
Only draw back was TSA security not available after 10:30am, so clients had to take shuttle to main airport entrance.
Great business meeting / dinner. I could also see a date night. Food had great flavor, and was elegant with the presentation
We enjoyed our dining experience overall, with a couple of caveats. First, we presented to La Voya at the time of our reservation and were told they were very busy. The only seating option was a high top table, and we said that would be fine. The hostess promptly walked us next door to the Bradstreet restaurant and seated us there! We didn’t make a fuss because we were hungry, tired and open to trying the Bradstreet too. The Bradstreet food and drink were above average for an airport hotel, but we were erroneously charged for an extra salad; despite our request the server did not remove it from our check. On the way out (a little over one hour later) we walked through the supposedly very busy La Voya and it was nearly empty.
Service was sub par, food overcooked
For the first time in all of my times here,disappointed in food and service. Steaks overcooked,roasted Brussels sprouts burnt when arrived table. Service was not up to normal standards. Very disappointed
Wow! The People are Wonderful, fantastic and truly knows the value of Customer Service. Oh! Please Forgive Me (Professional and Approachable, Waitress) whose name I have forgotten. She was beyond pleasant. And there is Ben, the Bartender who, made my wait for my friends unforgettably civil. Thank you all so much. My Guests loved the food and everything. These are very health conscious people. The gave high marks for the food and the people also.
Great food,superb service
Love this place
I was able to meet my daughter here when she was catching a connecting flight home from a business trip. The food was very good and our waiter was very helpful. Luckily we were not in a hurry as it took quite a long time to get our food.
Wonderful service, excellent food
This is one pot the most outstanding places to dine. Be it a layover at MSP or overnight at hotel. Always great food and service!@
Wonderful service and food~! Always a meal we look forward to!
Manhattans were excellent.
Salad w “lardon ” initially served without pancetta and egg was not soft to mix into what was old wilted greens. Manager was notified and corrected kitchen and server error with a better salad.
Restaurant is Next to sports bar in lobby so wasn’t as quiet as had hoped. Acoustics interesting as we could hear conversations at tables about 20’ away.
Quick service,always consistent food quality. Good service
Wonderful food and food
It is a good not great airport restaurant. Have a 6:00am flight go there. Not a destination restaurant. On a Friday night at 7:00pm they were out of the smoked trout appetizer. I switched to the steak Tartar which was a total salt bomb. I have not had that much sodium in single bite of beef ever. I did not finsish it. However, the mussels were great. The duck tasteful but not tender. The salmon was cooked perfectly. So typical airport mix of great and blah. Server was excellent and attentive.
The food, wine and staff were all amazing!
Nice quick food
OUTSTANDING service and food
The food was fabulous, our waitress was extremely nice. Great recommendations
Breakfast meeting and it was lovely. Very serene space to talk, great unobtrusive service and wonderful food.
We dined here on a snowy Sunday night and the restaurant was very understaffed. The one server did his very best in a difficult situation. That being said, the menu is limited but I ordered the Duck and my husband had the scallops. Both dishes were very enjoyable.
Secret little place,great food and service. Love the menu!
What a great little secret tucked into the MSP airport!! We went on recommendation of friends and are glad we did! Will always stay and eat here before a early flight.
We had very limited time between flights and our service was very slow and meal came out 5 minutes before we had to leave. Walleye cakes did not taste good - an herb in it didn’t taste good. They were extremely understaffed. The crab artichoke dip was very good but the toasted bread that were served with them had large holes in them so they weren’t very appropriate for floppy dip.
Pleasantly surprised, given the location. But food was really good although I would have preferred to see more typical French cuisine options (the previous version of the menu seemed more "French").
The charcuterie plate was really impressive in term of quality/flavors.
Service was great and the room very quiet.
I'll be back.
Really convenient for a meeting where guests have to catch a flight. The lobster bisque was delicious, with generous-sized chunks of lobster. Stylish, attractive surroundings.
At the recommendation of the lady at the front desk of the hotel,we had the duck breast, which was delicious. The prices are reasonable for what you would expect to pay at an upscale restaurant. The service was excellent. Being a very new establishment, it was not crowded at all and made for a very nice quiet atmosphere. We had trouble finding their regular parking area. We ended up parking in the valet area, which was fine with the hotel staff. An improvement to their directional signage would be a big improvement.
Good food. Nice ambiance. Friendly service.
Food and service was great. Great ambiance plus they validate parking too.
Overall, a very nice dinner. There were not many other diners, even on Saturday night, presumably this is a result of how recently opened the restaurant is. Our food was delicious--we shared the sauteed foie gras (local, from Au Bon Canard in Caladonia MN). We then had the Parisian gnocchi and the sea scallops; both dishes are available in half size portions, which was plenty for us, and we were glad not to have leftovers, since we were not headed home and thus leftovers would have gone to waste. Wine list was succinct, well priced, and interesting.
Service was good, perhaps a bit uneven. We were distracted by the wait staff hanging out and chatting in the area between the dining room and the kitchen; with not very many diners, they seemed a bit at loose ends. The music was an odd mix, some nice jazz, some bistro/cabaret type songs, but also some rather loud, more modern/rock songs that seemed out of synch with the otherwise elegant ambiance.
One real glitch--We spent the night at the hotel, with an early flight out the next morning. The Open Table listing indicates the restaurant opens at 6 am, but the sign at the restaurant says 6:30 am. The hotel front desk said 6 am. We checked with the restaurant staff, who assured us that the restaurant would open at 6 am. Unfortunately, at 6:10 am, the restaurant was dark and not yet open. Not wanting to risk a delay, we skipped breakfast, took an earlier shuttle to the airport, and grabbed breakfast there before our flight. Definitely less satisfying than a quiet, seated breakfast at La Voya.
My niece and her toddler and I went to La Voya duing restaurant week. Our meal was outstanding, and the staff was very accommodating and welcoming to our toddler. Not always the case in fine dining establishments. We both had the breast of duck and enjoyed it very much. I had a wonderful butter crunch lettuce salad with thinly sliced tart apples and shaved cheddar, and the lettuce was fresh and crisp with a great light dressing. My niece had creme brulee and I had the Frangipan crepe, and both were excellent. The size of the dessert was just right, not a huge serving at the end of a big meal, but a big enough serving to leave you satisfied.
We were 1st served. RAW Hamburger, had to send it back, then ordered warm cookies and milk, that took forever, and we were the only table in the place. Received cold cookies and the milk was sour. Actually curdling. Will not be going back.
What a great asset to the Twin Cities, to have a fantastic restaurant at the new airport hotel, the Intercontinental. It was not busy at all on a Friday night, but we had heard good things about the food and were excited to try it before our flight out early the next morning. We had the duck and the chicken, and honestly it was fantastic. Either would fit in perfectly at Spoon and Stable. Friendly service too.
Didn't like the burger. My friend did though. Undercooked, too sloppy, don't like mayo. Didn't really see anything else on the menu that looked appealing to me.
Went for breakfast - 5 other tables - server said they were “busy.” Metal table in our booth - LOUD
The restaurant was not open