I use Lark's in both Medford and Ashland. Thanks to our great server for making our meal!
We took our son and daughter-in-law out for dinner, and were happy with the experience. The wine list is very good. We needed a gluten-free option for one guest, and the kitchen was accommodating. I particularly enjoyed the brussels sprouts. When the pork chop arrived underdone, our waitperson whisked it back to the kitchen immediately for correction; we were not charged for that meal.
It was a delight to celebrate this day, special menu and exiting environment. Very much appreciated being greeted by other servers who we have experienced in previous visits. Felt special for them to come say hello and wish us s great meal and experience. We LOVE Larks!!!!
As usual and as expected my wife and I enjoyed our lunch at Larks. The staff were friendly and we were waited on quickly. We will recommend Larks to our friends from out of state when they come to visit.
Larks is quite beautifully appointed, the staff are lovely, considerate and friendly, the menu is creative and the food delicious. My recommendation: have a locals' special in the winter. It was quite pricy for one piece of fish, a cubed sweet potato with rosemary sprig - Could have included another veggie or a small side salad or cup of soup?? Delicious, but expensive.
Excellent food but I feel that for the price the diners should include a soup or salad.
As always, excellent service!! Food, ambiance, wine list...!!!!
Our dinner was wonderful; my spouse got the filet mignon and I had the cheese plate with charcuterie. We shared the salad special and a dessert special. All were excellent. We had a very nice wine, and the service was attentive without being overbearing. We were very happy with our meal. We charged the dinner to our room without any issues and everything was as it should be.
Soups, salads and steak was delicious. The meat loaf dry and disappointing . Service was outstanding as was the ambiance.
Living in Ashland, Oregon is a treat in itself; a small town brimming with culture often exceeding that of NYC, Chicago, Los Angeles, et al, with 4+ dining experiences paralleling the same! So when I say My dining experience at Lark’s, this evening, exceeded. all expectations, it should indeed be noted!
The squash in the pasta was uncooked. Hard as a rock. Very dissatisfied as I was expecting amazing from Larks.
Our server was delightful. Enjoyed my birthday dinner very much.
Always my favorite place to eat when visiting. Food is always fresh, delicious and consistent.
Lovely Ahi tuna. Every entree was much enjoyed and service was pleasant and just the slightest bit quirky in a fun way.
One of the best places in town. The food is always great and the staff is very friendly and attentive, plus they have a great bar right in the heart of town!
We ate here for New Year's Eve. Part of bonus special when staying at Ashland Springs Hotel. Atmosphere warm and comforting, but our table for two was smashed against a wall. Felt closed up and unable to really have a conversation since another couple was locked right next to us. Food is tasty, rich and my fish dinner was very salty so that's why I didn't give it a high rating. Price is very high for what you get. We were accidentally billed another amount to our room number even though we paid our bill in full at restaurant. It was a good thing we kept our receipt, so the hotel took off the extra charges from this restaurant. I recommend this restaurant if you want a generally nice dinner at an expensive price, but definitely save your receipt if staying at hotel.
Service was good food was Great! DON'T mind paying for what you get but this place was definitely over priced!
Tasty, server often read from his notes, not looking up at us. But he quickly fixed his mess up and all was good.
Our meal was fabulous. We are locals and love going to Larks for all kinds of occasions. Your eggs benedict were one of the best I have had. Other good news is we used our 10% off coupon. We also like Larks in Medford and Luna in Ashland Keep up the great job of bringing fine dining to our valley.
There are too many items on the menu you need to pick up to eat. I like to use my fork as often as possible so the choices are limited unless you want a salad. The fried chicken is good but I got a very small portion. When I saw a waiter bring the same dish with a much larger piece of chicken on it to another table, I complained and got them to fry me another piece. But I shouldn't have had to ask.