Treat your loved one to a romantic 4-course Valentine’s Dinner that includes a decadent visit to our Death By Chocolate Cave. Created by Executive Pastry Chef AJ Thalakkat, it’s an interactive twist on a perennial favourite! Indulge this Valentine’s Day for only $82/pp. 48-hrs cancellation required.
Wednesday, February 14, 2018
Loved the live music in the background, great service. A bit too good because it was a slow night. Had the sable fish. It was good, but I liked my sides better. Tasted the bison short ribs my friend had and that plate was huge and very tasty.
Beet salad to start was very large portion (good to share) and very fresh and delicious.
The service was excellent. We had cocktails from their special menu and their gimlet was perfectly done. We went on Saturday night and there was live music. Definitely a magical experience. You could feel the history of the place. The food was delicious, with a modern flair on classic dishes. I would absolutely recommend this dining experience to anyone, especially for a special occasion.
Our go to spot for lunch in Victoria. Love the menu at the Q. Something tasty for everyone! We also love the consistent exceptional service.
Lorne couldn’t have made our four year anniversary more special. What a great night!! Can’t speak higher of the service, ambiance and food. An unforgettable evening!
Sablefish dish is a must have. Waiter LOREN IS a delight and his recommendations are spot o n for both food .wine and beer.
I was visiting family from out-of-town and thought it would be a treat to take my family to an upscale restaurant within the Empress hotel. I made the reservation using OpenTable, and even so, we were not greeted for about 5 minutes while waiting at the service stand at the front of the restaurant. After being seated, it took another 10 minutes for the waitress to inquire about beverages, and by that time, the table that came in after us, already had their beverages served and orders taken. The hostess and waitress were very polite, but the service was rather inefficient.
Enjoyed a lovely New Year's Eve lunch with guest from out of town. We really enjoyed the menu and suggestions from our efficient server. Beautiful presentation, great timing for drinks and ordering and server was in no way an interruption, to our visit. Updated decor is wonderful and holiday decorations very tasteful and festive. Only comment I could make, is the chairs at the table need to be clean, I had to sit on a dirty one, because I did not want to make a fuss with my guests. Kind of disappointing for such a beautiful dining room. We enjoyed lovely coffee's and biscotti and lots of time to chat after our huge lunch.
We cannot say anything bad about our experience-we started at the Lounge which other than being seated near the glass wash station (only seats available) it was great! Terrific service and cocktails!
Dinner was amazing as was the service. My husband enjoyed the steak, best he’s ever had. I highly recommend the sablefish and creme caramel for dessert!
For the price the food was meh, not great. We started with the seafood tower for a lot of money, and we will say the smoked salmon was amazing and the oysters were great, kind of hard to screw up raw oysters. King crab legs?? More like baby tiny legs, smaller in size than dungeoness, the shrimp was meh and the poke had too much sesame oil. Finished with a rib eye and not only very charred but super thin cut. Again, a saving factor was the potatoes, super yummy; but not worth the money. Overall the restaurant is small and cramped, and if going to the Empress is a must, have drink in the bar or tea in the afternoon, skip the dinner and go to The Irish Times Pub, half the price and super yummy!!
The food was delicious, our server Andrew was knowledgeable and fun. We would go back and ask to be seated in his section. We loved every minute of our dinner there.