Absolutely spectacular food and service. The visiting chef was a delight. Great overall experience
The food and service was exceptional. Would highly recommend!
Great service and food, but WAY overpriced. We will not be back.
Excellent service. Both of our meals were delicious. Staff was incredible. Perfect mountain dining experience
Fantastic food and service.
Disappointing and not in alignment with the Ritz Carlton standards in any way. We ordered many items to share. As they say “ all show no go”. Not one dish was well executed. Not one. The plates even came out out of order. The server was very attentive so the kitchen was the source of a complete break down. We were married here 13 years ago and are annual “ regulars”. As good as Spago was, Wyld is a fail. We will not return. The valley has a plethora of great tables; this was a frustrating waste of an evening out. And average at best. It was our anniversary so cancelled a Beanos Cabin evening to give Wyld a try.
The restaurant is inside the ritz carlton at bachelors gulch.
It used to be a spago flagship.
The service is outstanding as one would expecr from ritz carlton.
The kids menu is very nice and reasonably priced.
The bar is decent.
I had an old fashion and my wife had a martini.
Both were done well by NYC standards
We had salads for appetizer
They were ok.
I jad salmon for main course. It was not wild caught, just farm raised. It tasted nothing special but the price was very expensive at 36$
My wife had the filet mignon
The presentation was very poor.
The filet arrived without any sides. It was slightly overcookwd and was 50$. Thats too expensive.
You can have steak at any top nyc steak house and dont have to pay 50 bucks
This was not worth it
So i dont recommend this restaurant for this value
we had a fantastic meal at WYLD, Chef Aaron and the sommlier put together a memorable meal! We will be back!
The table we were given was very odd for a party of five, we asked to be moved which they did to a much more comfortable table. Food was great, my filet was a wonderful piece of meat. Our service was very good without being overbearing. The restaurant really needs to up their game atmosphere and decor wise. It looks like a Marriot not a Ritz.
Ben, our waiter, was as good as it gets; experienced, attentive and knowledgable about wines. My lambchops were medium rare despite my asking for medium. The whipped potatoes accompanied were lackluster although my date's baked potato was very good. The tuna credo was fabulous and the avocado mousse both unusual and delightful. The decor is rustic and dated, consistent with many Ritz Carlton restaurants.
Our experience at WYLD was okay. Service from our server was horrendous! I would recommend eating at buffalos the other restaurant in the hotel much better selection and service.
The brunch offering is amazing! The choices are endless and the variety is unreal. They also have some great breakfast standards! We went they were having a 2 for 1 special, but I'd even consider going at full price for a special occasion!
Had a special birthday planned with family, and was notified by Brendan ( manager?) that Wyld would be closed the evening I had reserved. He went above and beyond providing us with a beautiful table in the great room at the Ritz, as well as multiple food menus to chose from, and finished the dinner with a lovely cake. Service and food were impeccable, we all thoroughly enjoyed the evening. I really appreciated the fact that Brendan cared enough to make sure we had a memorable eventing.
Well... it was a Sunday brunch buffet. So, yuck. That makes it hard for me to be objective because who on earth wants that? No idea til we got there that there was no menu service, the excellent bloody mary drinks ($) saved the day but barely. A pretty room and nice mountain-y feel but not that distinctive from similar others.
We had a great time for Sunday brunch. Daniel was a great and friendly waiter.