We love the booths for 2 when it is just my husband and I. We like the fact that you don't serve huge servings. The food is very good and very creative. The service is excellent.
Very delicious menu. High end for Boise. Superb wait-person, (female) Kelly. She knew all about the wine list, and how to pair them with the foods we ordered. Restaurant is on a busy street with a wall of windows, which adds to the wonderful quiet, yet busy ambiance. Best pasta dish I've had in a looong time. Menu range: $31-60. I got out of there w/ parpadelle, beet salad, and a beefeater G&T for about $40 including tip, not including $5.00 parking at city garage. (There is a hotel/restaurant parking garage I didn't use.) All in all, very nice experience on every sensory level. Will definitely return.
We loved the older restaurant for both lunch and dinner. This was an unfortunate disappointment.
second time I have been to Richards; this time for breakfast; servers had their dirty aprons on? the scone was not a scone but rather a biscuit shaped like a scone; presentation was lacking.
We went at noon on a Saturday and were surprised that only brunch items were offered. We wanted lunch. We ordered the most expensive brunch and left hungry because the portions are small.
Always love Richards. Time to shake up the menu a little though. But, I’ll be back.
I ordered the portobello plate. It was very good. Not too happy with the fingerling potatoes, they were very blah and not that good. No flavor to them. My husband had a salmon dish with pasta, just average. My personal opinion, probably will not go back. Trendy place, too loud and below standard food for the price. Our servers we exceptional.
We went here for our anniversary. The service was great - attentive, knowledgeable, and friendly. The food was great as well - the tomato basil soup is outstanding. We had the pork porterhouse and the prosciutto wrapped chicken - both were amazing!! We finished our meal with the chocolate hazelnut torte - super rich and heavenly!! We will be back.
Outstanding professional service;high quality ingredients in creative recipes; best food in town ; our new favorite
My wife and I spent a lovely Evening celebrating New Year’s Eve
We did the New Years Eve special which included 5 courses. We each had a different course and shared all.
Enjoyed 2/10 courses was all. =(
We both found the sherbet inedible as it contained WAY too much rosemary.
Several courses were just unappetizing.
Very bland flavors overall, nothing special and definitely wasn’t worth the $75 price tag per person.
Would not recommend at all, go to any number of other fine dining boise restaurants in town.