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We took house guests to Twenty6 on Sunday. We had reservations for 11:15 bur arrived a little early. No matter - we were given a wonderful table in the patio and had excellent service. This is the second time we have taken guests to Twenty6 and have had excellent food and wonderful service both times.
26 is a solid dinner restaurant, and it is the main breakfast and lunch restaurant at La Quinta
Resort, a very nice resort with a storied history of movie stars in residence and the like. Our food quality was really good. We had roast duck leg and dover sole. Both dishes can be recommended. Javier, our waiter, was excellent. His knowledge of the menu was thourough, and service throughout was of a high order. All in all, a very pleasant evening.
Excellent service. Excellent food. Excellent setting.
I would highly recommend this place for couples and family. First, I would like to say that the Mgr , chef and waiter were the best. They were very professional and friendly. It made my weekend a memorable one.
The food was awesome and the steak was cooked perfectly. The drink was great too.
Wonderful outdoor seating and excellent pasta! Service was excellent!
Really enjoyed our chicken salad over beans and quinoa. Delish
Love this place! Inside was loud so we ate outside. They were very busy, so food took a long time but everything was delicious.
This restaurant is the dinning workhorse of the La Quinta Resort. The only real breakfast alternative on the resort grounds - and the breakfast is good, with prices naturally matching its convenience. However, we had reserved seats for a New Year's dinner. The reservation was honored in a timely matter. The wine was on part with restaurants in the area - overpriced and of a so-so quality for most bottles in the $50-75/bottle range. The food was just OK for a a prix-fixe of $79/pps dinner. The appetizers (we had scallops with wild mushrooms) were good but what chef is compelled to put all that the on a bed of mashed potatoes? The fish was good but what's the story with an hard to define sauce? The fillet mignon was overcooked - again with lots of mashed potatoes topped with creme-frais of some sort. Desserts equally unexciting. Not bad for a $500 tap for four.....or is it? Enjoy your morning sun, skip the sunset.
Great night! Great food and service!
Horrible service. Very inattentive servers. Decent food.