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The atmosphere was fun. The service was a bit slow and unenthusiastic. But most importantly, my food was not good. I ordered a pasta dish, and the noodles were not properly cooked and the actually sauce tasted like the boiled water my noodles had barely cooked in. However, my girlfriend said her food was delicious, so maybe it was just my personal meal.
Small portions, overpriced, almost no flavor to any of the dishes. The cassoulet was cold and tasted like it had been just warmed up after having sat around for a while. The pastor was flavorless and in a broth-like soup. Very overpriced for the quality and the portion size. Will not be back.
I really liked the location and ambiance of ninetwentyfive, but while the food was good it wasn't great. I probably won't be back, but maybe that's just my taste. We also went on a Monday so maybe that's the day the main kitchen crew takes off?
The farmer's salad was very bitter and had huge pieces of thistles/wild lettuce, with ok-ish cherry tomatoes, unseasoned large chunks of chicken and an odd dressing. The mushroom pasta was a great idea and sauce but the filled pasta was overworked, thick, and hard. Good idea but they need to practice making the filled pasta because it's currently close to inedible... The pork chop was the most disappointing - there was more fat and bone than meat! The chop looked ~8-10oz and after cutting it up it was maybe 4oz of meat. The polenta served with it desperately needed some milk or even water - it looked like scrambled egg with hard grains of corn meal it in. I wouldn't be surprised if they make it weekly, it was stale and chunky and way too firm.
The bison tenderloin was delicious! And the cocktails were cute, seasonal and unique.
Enjoyed a nice meal during Restaurant week on Sunday evening. Our server was great! The herb and fennel porchetta was very flavorful and perfectly prepared. The carrot cavatelli was more a soup than an entree and although it was good would not order it again. Overall very good meal. We will come here again.
Wonderful food, service and ambience. We’ll definitely return!
Wonderful staff . Chef Lenny amazing chef .
Overall pleasant experience. Would go back again. Seemed a bit pricy for portion sizes. Friday night and they were out of several beers on draft.
We tried it again after a disastrous wedding experience. The server was excellent. The food was fine but not great like it has been advertised.
The walleye was fresh and delicious.
Ninetwentyfive is Wayzata's hidden gem. Great and easy indoor free parking, fabulous decor, service is as good as anywhere in Wayzata, the menu is creative and very importantly, ever changing and last, the quality is fantastic. We have been here 5+ times, each has never had one issue and each has been fantastic in quality. We would recommend to everyone, be it Happy Hour (fantastic) or a romantic "foodie" quiet dinner. Also, the only location nearby with music - Thursdays only.
Try this and you will go back often.
Very limited menu. Non interesting items to chose from. Lovely restaurant and bar.
Nice venue but food was of low quality. Soup came out less than even warm. I had a zucchini spaghetti entree and it was small and not tasty. Overall the group I was with was unimpressed with this restaurant.
Best meal of the year so far. Fresh ingredients beautifully and deliciously prepared. Service was good. Visit and conversation with Chef Russo was an bonus. Hope the location, off the main flow of DT Wayzata, doesn't hurt this amazing destination.
Trout was under cooked and rice sauce overly salty. My last visit.
Food was expensive and only OK. Service was decent. I would not dine here again.
Lovely new restaurant. Very good server. Three out of four of us had excellent food.
Her salad was poor. Looked liked weeds with nothing on it. Could not eat it. Her pasta
was also poor, no flavor. Would we come back? Yes. Be careful what you order. Ask for
suggestions. They are usually right.
Good restaurant, I would definitely recommend for dinner.
We went for my wife's birthday on a Sunday evening. It was relatively quiet and very pleasant. The food was all expertly prepared and creative. Service (by Any) was excellant. I would recommend to anyone.
The staff was very friendly and accommodating. We got moved quietly and promptly when complaining about a noisy child. Once they realized it was our anniversary they gave us complimentary champagne to bring back our room.
Service has finally gotten better with new chef and changes that have been made - nice menu and were pleased with service from host stand to wait staff!
We really enjoyed 925. Lenny Russo stopped by our table and talked us through the menu, which was a great add to our evening! It was a fabulous venue for having a great conversation. Very inviting. Food was excellent. Definitely try to corn and wild rice appetizer.
Did not meet expectations.
Excellent chef - very creative. Service was excellent!
Fabulous meal. The hand made pasta was incredible
Lenny Russo of Heartland fame (and others) has done a remarkable job of bring local midwest fare to a beautiful setting in the Landing Hotel in Wayzata
This was our first time there. Our food was outstanding and our server was very nice and was able to answer our questions and gave us his opinion when he was asked. We will be going back k there again.
Last night, I had the best meal that I have ever had in Minnesota. I have been dining at Chef Lenny Russo's restaurants for 30 years ever since he opened Heartland Restaurant to pioneer Midwest Regional Cuisine at Heartland Restaurant in St. Paul. He moved; I followed. Wayzata, despite some of its wealthy citizens, has until recently not been (ahem) a food destination. No longer.
The meal started with a terrific rose champagne from a large cellar.
A small plate of perfectly pickled condiments followed. The white radish with a slice of carrot on top was my fav.
Lenny came out to explain that the geese for the foie gras were not force fed so I tried an amazing helping served on an extraordinary fried brown brad with a berry sauce and a plant found in many gardens anise hyssop. Wow! I grow it for pollinators--now it is food.
A small vegetable salad, some wine, gave a respite before the main course, a hen, potatoes, and a mushroom broth. The hen was perfectly roasted, falling off the bone and the juices filled the meat rather than being poured over them.
Desert was a strawberry shortcake with a surprise of a First Kiss apple (a new Arboretum cultivar) on the side.
Service was prompt and friendly. Each dish was fresh from the kitchen--not kept under a hot lamp. Slow dining does not mean that you have to wait for food; it means you linger over it, savor it, talk about it and celebrate it. Chef Russo is at the top of his game.
The desert was amazing the meals were lackluster. Three of us ordered the farmer's salad. It seemed healthy, but it didn't have much taste. Food just seemed more about visual presentation than taste.
In general a very nice experience. good drinks, great food.
Service is somewhat slow and inattentive on a Thursday night, early evening, although the waiter was very nice.
The live music was too loud and disruptive, making it difficult and unpleasant to visit with friends.
I would NOT return for this reason. (OR call ahead to be sure that a "quieter group" is providing the
Asked for a margarita was suggested something else, and I hated it.
Finally got my drink but it took a very long time to get it!
Waited a very time for our food.
We were there more than 4 hours due to the slow service.
The noise level was very hard to hear my friends.
Had to move all the way on the back room in order to hear.
Would I come back,I don't know.
I eat out alot in Wayzata.
6Smith, Gianni's, Cover, McCormick, Sushi Fix.
I think I will stick to these fabulous restaurants.
You can always be guaranteed great service, meal selections, run.
Our favorite place for lunch. The service is great, the new menu is a blast, lots of seasonal things and something for every appetite. A hidden gem of a place where you can hear each other talk and also enjoy great views.
We had high hopes for brunch. The menu looked great, but the execution was poor. Our Eggs Benedict came out over cooked. And our omelet was room temperature.
To be fair, they replaced them both very quickly and didn’t charge us for one dish and removed the tea from the bill as well, but then I had to ask twice to get more hot water for the tea, even when I took the cover off the tea pot as a signal. The dishes were just soso, not the quality’s you’d expect at this new, premier hotel restaurant. I expected a lot more from Executive Chef Lenny Russo.
Our server was clearly inexperienced. Barely attentive and running around in a literal sweat, trying hard, but not knowing how to make it work and look professional. Management could have done a lot more to fill the gaps. The best staff person was the busboy!
There was a human hair in our corn fritters. Upon sending it back the manager insisted it was a corn husk hair...it was not! Otherwise, service and bussing staff were lovely and attentive.
Excellent first dining experience and we will certainly return!! Chef Russo changes menu seasonally and we look forward to dining here again!!
Incredibly slow service, to a point it was comical.
Odd choices in new menu. We’d never seen pasta with a broth as a sauce unless as a soup.
Fried green tomatoes were excellent.
Overall very disappointing.
The ambience is nice. We sat outside on a gorgeous August evening. The menu was interesting and the food was very good although was a bit overpriced. Our waiter lacked experience and seemed "out of it." He poured wine into my husband's water glass!
menu is very selective and can be challenging. Too much reminder that it's in the midwest with items such as Bison. Chef needs to remember that restaurant is in Wayzata, MN, not somewhere else in the midwest. With the new chef, I'm going to be positive that kinks and menu are still being worked on. But staff wasn't very attentive so still need a lot of training to understand that appetizer plates need to be cleared immediately from table when entrees are served. Sat on our table too long.
Sometimes a hotel "gets it right" and hires a premier chef to delight their guests and the local community in their restaurant. This is the case with 925 located in the Hotel Landing in Wayzata. We were celebrating our anniversary and had a great evening. Every dish we tried including the dessert was delicious with great wine pairings available. We love that so many ingredients are locally and regionally sourced. Chef Lenny Russo (Heartland) "hits it out of the park.". Plenty of parking nearby as well as valet parking. We came by boat and parked at the public docks in Wayzata. Made a reservation for August 23, 2018 when they will have live jazz during dinner. We are delighted that the western suburbs in the Twin Cities is upping their superior culinary offerings. Welcome Chef Russo!
It seems as if the restaurant is trying to be a city-big hitter restaurant, without any thought to the actual dishes. Please, stop trying to hard. Create good food with a few on-trend touches, instead of trying to make 20 dishes hit every suburban-elegant cliché.
My partners Cuban was very good, my Walleye sandwich got kind of gooey smothered in the slaw
Thank you for bringing back some of the previous menu items like traditional hashbrowns they were wonderful . Would love to see blueberry pancakes with pistachios like used to have that was also wonderful overall experience for good .