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Sunday, April 1, 2018
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Great find. Excellent menu options that are fresh with culinary expertise. Plating and sides were also a refreshing change. A little pricey but worth the trip.
We recently enjoyed our second dinner at Twenty9. We enjoyed our entrees, but the menu is a bit limited if you have fairly basic tastes. The wedge salad was a stand-out;I'm definitely ordering that again next time! Our server was exceptional. The patio room decor is nice but could be more inviting/attractive for the price point of this establishment. Noise level, especially on a Friday evening, is high. For a quiet romantic dinner go elsewhere. The main dining room is great if you like to people-watch or watch TV while you dine. In summary, Twenty9 is absolutely worth a try to find out if it suits your needs or not.
We were there for lunch with two of our sons and their famiies - my sons thought we could have done better in choosing a restaurant!
We enjoyed our first restaurant experience at Twenty9. An early Sunday evening was the perfect setting for us to unwind from the week...and to prepare for the week. The scenic view was very soothing, and music (Motown Oldies) was great and not too loud.
Overall, we were very pleased.
Service was awful. Took forever to get our food and it was just sandwiches. It was not busy we were never apologized to or given anyreason for the delay. Food was good except for the lobster bisque.
We are always looking for outdoor dining in the summer.
The view from the deck is beautiful at sunset.
Highly recommended for any occasion!
Seafood Chowder was very good and my dining partner had a seafood pasta she enjoyed very much. I had a steak topped with crab imperial and unfortunately, the steak was undercooked and tough to cut. I believe I would try another entree the next time. 29 does not appear to be a steak place.
Though it sits in the midst of a corporate center, Twenty9 is wonderful! We dined for Valentine's Day and found their steaks to be excellent, their service superb and the back room (where we were seated) was only moderately noisy (the front area is definitely more noisy and the bar area looks busy and fun). We were also surprised to discover they have sushi, specialty mixed drinks, occasional live music and brunch. We will definitely dine there again.
Service was HORRIBLE. Reservation for 7pm, we were seated promptly with a bar menu but no dinner menu. It was 7:15 before our waiter took a drink order and 7:30 before we got menus. Drinks arrived @7:40 and our orders taken @ 7:45. Oysters were awesome but that was about it. We watched several table seated after us get their dinners and leave before we even got our meals. The table next to us was seated at 7:30, got their meals and on desert before we got our meals. They felt bad. Several tables having the same issues as us. Meal was not the best. Kept hearing how kitchen was backed up. Talked to Mgr who said she'd do something on the check but in the end we paid full price with nothing taken off. Very disappointing.
Could not have been worse....1 hour 50 minutes later waiting for food, service was poor, salad lacked dressing , soup was bland( brown sauce?) and had very little lobster(lobster bisque)....left before entree arrived. Not impressed!
This was our 2nd time to the restaurant, and enjoyed it as much as the 1st time. I had an 18oz bone in ribeye which was great, cook to medium rare perfection. Nice semi-buttery flavor, and a nice cut of meat, not fatty or gristley. My wife had the diver scallops, also cooked expertly. Scallops can easily be over or under cooked, but not here. The veggies and potatoes with the ribeye were seasoned very well, but the risotto with the scallops was not as flavorful as expected. It was still good however. The restaurant is a converted barn, and it was a very cold day outside. We were surpised how comfortably warm it was throughout the restaurant. The wait staff was extremely pleasant and friendly. We would come back again.
Very nice place for lunch in the Great Valley area. Considerable upgrade from the former boathouse, from a dining perspective. Creative menu selections and variety, good food, well presented - and very easy to carry a conversation.
Completely ridiculous seating situation and rude hostess. If reservations are required for any seating, then it should be stated up front. Plenty of open tables and open reservations, but the hostess directed us to wait at the bar until a table opened up, and never took our name. After 30 minutes, I made a reservation on OpenTable, and only because of that, were we seated within minutes. We noticed several other groups had the same issue, and were equally annoyed. Food was okay, but we won't be going back again.
We enjoyed our dinners at Twenty9; the food was flavorful and well-prepared. But we had just two small complaints: First our entrees were warm, but not hot. Second, we felt very rushed through our courses. My husband and I were still finishing our appetizers when they brought our main courses, and for such a nice place, you'd think they would have better timing.
We have been to the Twenty9 twice and it only seems to get better each time. The menu is creative, eclectic and simply outstanding; and the waitstaff is pleasant, professional and attentive. They were up-beat and cheery and even "got" all my bad jokes. Doesn't get any better! A "Bucket List entrée" for sure!
Tried Twenty9 for the first time on a Thursday evening. Our waitress was wonderful! (Props to Christy.) The food was pretty good, with the exception of the truffle mashed potatoes. In my opinion, truffle anything is strong, but that was overwhelming and not in a good way. My husband got the lamb chops and said they were tasty and cooked perfectly. I got the lobster mac and cheese, which was good, but very rich and had very little flavor. They sat us at a table in the bar area and it was pretty loud, but was a nice atmosphere! Our next visit, we try the steaks...
Went to Twenty9 for an early lunch (11AM) with 2 colleagues. Picked it based on the early opening that we needed. They offer a lunch buffet for $11.99 per person. My 2 colleagues picked the buffet and seemed to enjoy it. I had the fish taco - which was actually a fish wrap. Not bad but the fish was fried and there were multiple sauces on it which was too many conflicting flavors. I also had the French Onion Soup which was very good. Service was solid. The upstairs dining room is very classy and clean. I'll be checking it out for dinner one night soon.
I had a delicious dinner with some friends. The atmosphere was nice. The waitress was friendly and helpful, but the service was a little slow. If you like a crowded atmosphere, I think you need to go to Twenty9 during the week as its in a Corporate Center. We went on a weekend on a snowy night and it was perfect.
The food was a bit salty and the service was really slow. Took a really long time to order, get drinks but the food came out at a reasonable time. We did have a big party, but i think we were also her only table. Would probably go back, but wouldn't be a first choice.
This was our third visit to Twenty 9, we think the food is outstanding. We ordered the filet mignon special all three times and it was very tasty.We enjoy the atmosphere on the porch, nice and cozy.The music could have been a bit lower and the service was average. Our server could have been more attentive.Overall we really like the restaurant.
Our appetizers were delicious; we had the mussels and truffled spinach dip. Both very good, but the dip wasn't very hot. The scallop entree was good, but was somewhat unhappy with the short rib dish. I understand it is a 'fattier cut' of meat, but there was way too much fat for what I am used to. And unfortunately it wasn't nice and hot either. Even though, we enjoyed ourselves and I believe we will try the restaurant again.
The food was overpriced for the venue, quality and quantity.
Local favorite with active bar scene. Food better than average.
We went here for New Years Eve and although it was a very busy night for them, the food came out great, on time and we didn't feel rushed to turn the table over. We will be definitely coming back again!
We went for New Year's Eve dinner at 7.30pm. Live music started at 9 and was very good but so loud conversation was impossible. It could still have been a focus (ie not background music) at a slightly lower level as most people were still eating dinner at that point. It was the first time we had been, food was delicious, only reason I have given 4 stars is 2 salad appetizers were mostly leaves - a 'strawberry salad' has about 3/4 of 1 strawberry, same with the other 'bits' cheese/ walnuts etc. Otherwise everything was pretty perfect. Mains were outstanding. I had a couple of questions prior to dining which I asked via email and the customer service/ communication was excellent - first class, thorough and very fast. Overall I'd recommend 29
One of the very best places for food I have found in either the burbs or center city. Crowd tends toward the younger set (under 50) and gives the place energy. The main dining area is set off from the very large bar and other eating area and this works very well. In nice weather, there is a delightful area in which to eat outdoors. Great place to bring either your lover, your friend or your wife (hopefully she/he fits #1 and 2 as well).
Food was very good, however I did have to send my Filet back because it was over cooked the first time. They sent out a new one that was excellent. I had the Oysters (some of each offered) and Tuna & Crab Ceviche and thought that they were outstanding. A couple folks ordered the Lobster Mac & Cheese and it was very tasty. We were (1) of (3) tables in the whole place which was a bit odd, but considering it was the week between Christmas and NYE...it makes sense. We would go back.
This was our first visit to Twenty Nine. The menu was not extensive, but the food was prepared right, looked great, and tasted wonderful. It was pricier than we would normally spend on a typical Saturday night, but I would definitely go there for a special occasion. The waiter was very attentive too. It was a very pleasant experience.
Service was excellent but the food itself was not at the quality I'd expect for the price - Outback does better steaks while it probably wasn't an accident that the accompanying vegetables and potatoes for the Amish Chicken were hidden under the chicken itself.
While the food was good it's STILL a sport's bar. I would have never driven from Ardmore to a sports bar for dinner and we drive all over for nice restaurants. There was another function going on upstairs so we were put downstairs (yes we had reservations) at plastic tables (with tablecloths)with tv's all around with football games on and very loud people at the bar. Not what I would call fine dining (their word not mine). Will I go back? In a word, no.
Nothing particullarly memorable and basically a similar venue to their other location in Media. We were in a room that was divided by some moveable screens from a holiday party which was not to bad at first but then they moved the screens clooser to us as the party grew. By the end of dinner it was difficult to hear or carry on much of a conversation. Waiter was very nice and I felt bad as we blew out without coffee or dessert.
This restaurant has two section that are kind of isolated from each other, the bar that is at the entreance and the dinning room in the back. The noise level in the back is very low and great for romantic or business dinning. The food was great. I recommend all things on the menu.
Food was very good. Prime Rib Eggrolls, wedge of lettuce with Blue Cheese dressing were both very good. Dijon Crusted Lamb Porterhouse chops were outstanding. Prices were fair. Nice place to go to in and around Great Valley.
Thanksgiving buffet was delicious great food and perfect for us who did not want to deal with leftovers dishes and cooking.
This was our first visit to Twenty 9 and I must say, we really enjoyed it. The food was very good and our server was a delight. We will definitely return in the future. Thank you for making our first experience memorable!
Have been several times and had the worst service in a restaurant in years. I recognize that sometimes things go awry, but our server wasn't the least bit apologetic nor was the maitre d. Food was average at best but by no means did it make up for service which was just plain bad. The food came out slow and when it finally did come out it was wrong. My suggestion is to only go during the week when the kitchen and the wait staff can handle the reduced number of people at the restaurant.
Good food, especially seafood, and service. Lamentable loss from the menu due to limited demand of whole bronzino (Italian seabass) cleaned tableside.
The food was very salty and was from a table full of salt lovers. almost ineatable!
I would rate this restaurant as "good" but not great. Bar area could be nice for hanging out with a date or group. We were told the back room was more quiet and had a fireplace so we opted for that rather than a table set around the perimeter of the bar. The area was just okay as far as ambiance and the "fireplace" was a not-very-realistic elecric one! A huge party came in and the noise level was crazy loud. We would have been better off in the bar area. Food was good - found that the steak prices were way too high - in the $30s and tastewise not like a Sullivans! We'd go back to see what the bar food is like.
Great food! Menu was small but everyone was happy with salads and entree.