Every time I vist from Denver I take my family here and we always have a great time. Food is wonderful, service is outstanding and good portions are served. Cocktails are potent and refreshing. Give Redz a try, you won't be disappointed.
I should have know something was up when we were the only guests in the restaurant but I chalked it up to people holiday shopping. The server was very friendly (probably because we were his only table) and informative. When our food came out it was ice cold. I ordered scallops over risotto and the risotto was cold probably because it was not made to order. My husband had ravioli filled with lobster which was very fishy. I do not recommend this restaurant as the food is not good and it is extremely over priced.
Generally I love this restaurant and this was my 3rd time visiting and I come for the food. This time was a disappointment. It is the holiday season and there was a large party in a private area and this thru off the norm. Setvice was very slow. And my favorite dish Lemon Chicken was not what it normally is. The lemon eas nonexistent and the sauce was not reduced. After a long work day I look forward to this dish but this time it was sad.
Pleasantly surprised to find such great quality food in a hotel. This is something you typically find in NY & Phila hotels. We enjoyed our food, drinks and dessert. Staff was very friendly and never felt like we had to leave. We hung out and chatted as long as we wanted.
We will definitely return.
Really enjoyed our dinner at the Redz bar. Karen took great care of us and we found that there is a nice group of regulars there. fun night!
Very good food and wine. They also have a kid's menu. It was very crowded and lively due to a high school reunion at the bar. Because of this, service was extremely slow. So what I thought would be a relaxing enjoyable dinner after a four-hour drive to the hotel turned out to be a long waiting process (with tired children) for the main meal. In addition, they chose to put my children and me in the main room near the bar rather than in the quiet more serene section away from the loudness. I did not know this until the next day for breakfast when I saw this better section.The hostess then tried to seat us in the same section.I said we wanted to sit in the nice section (which was much better than the night before). I think when they see you with young children they put you in the less preferable section.I really don't appreciate that they use this tactic I spent a good amount on Friday in addition to being a guest at the hotel.
The food was decent and the service was great. However, the prices for everything were well above where they should have been. I would expect these prices at a 4 star restaurant but not for a meal that felt more in line with a chain restaurant. To us, it felt that they were able to justify higher charges due to being attached to the hotel but the prices are not a representation of the food quality. Overall, it was good but not a great value at all.
At the end of a long day at work this was just what I needed. Calm and wonderful food. I had the lemon Chicken and it was perfectly executed. Most, flavorful, perfect vegetables. I will return for more! The restaurant is located at the Doubletree hotel.
We went to Redz with two friends based on the online menu and presence. Great visuals, a varied albeit small menu and we were looking forward to dinner. Kudos to the marketing team, they hooked our interest.
The space is intimate, cozy - small - but looks fine. Unfortunately, there has been nothing to dampen the sound in the small space so we had to listen to a very loud conversation three tables away for most of our dinner.
Dinner was forgettable and very overpriced.
The best course of the night was dessert - the cheesecake, chocolate cake and crème brulée tart were very good, and I suspect bought from a good purveyor.
Redz is described as an inspired, casual American eatery with a large menu - it is a casual eatery with a small menu that is not particularly inspired and it is very expensive for what you get both in food and ambiance.
Dinner for four with 2 cocktails and a bottle of wine was over $300. There are much better meals to be had in both South Jersey and Philadelphia for much less money and much higher quality.
My experience at Redz made me miss the former GG's who formerly occupied the space even more.
Our meal was fantastic. I had the lobster stuffed ravioli with crabmeat in a cream sauce and I savored each bite . My husband had the Tuna which was sushi grade and he devoured it & loved it. He had the seafood soup & I had the spinach salad with seasonal fruit and it was so tasty & refreshing. For dessert he had the pear tart & I had the chocolate mousse cake. Both outstanding! Our NEW favorite dining spot!! ❤️❤️👍