Online reservations at Reina can only be made directly on their website.
I wish more was offered, the food was great but not much on each dish. A little more could be offered like dinner rolls, salads, etc. two of the dishes that came out weren’t complete and had things missing on them. No excuse for that.
Brought a friend for a Christmas dinner/gift. We both had the crab cake special. We enjoyed our meal immensely and had a great visit. The staff were wonderful and it was a quiet, enjoyable evening.
No specific comments about this restaurant. It was a nice evening overall.
This restaurant is charming. There are several rooms 2 of which have red banquettes against the walls. It is a New York bistro type of feel. Service is excellent and so is the food. 2 of us has crabcake which arrived with small potatoes, coleslaw and broccoli. The 2 small crab cakes are served with a delicious sauce. Another member pf our party had pasta and shrimp. Absolutely no complaints. Will return soon.
Its good to see the return of the old Acacia menu at this restaurant. I loved the original restaurant and this is the first time I've been back in two years since they remodeled and tried to change the menu.
Once again Reina was PERFECT! Definitely our family's go to for special occasions/celebrations!
What a wonderful dinner celebrating a friend's birthday. Top notch in every way
Lunch for four $200. Couldn't use all of Gift Card? Scallops delicious but $28. for 3 medium scallops on puree sweet potato? Tea $3. Coffee 4oz. cup $5.00. Bottle of Reisling $36. In Germany a bottle of Reisling in a restaurant would be E7.00.
Portions not enough. Even with desert, we left hungry. Food was delicious just not enough for the main entree. Waiter was friendly and his service was good. He was a salesman who pushed menu items for extras.
Not sure I would consider Reina again only because there are so many other restaurants that are as delicious but a better value. Overall, we enjoyed the food and how it was prepared. But, we didn't think the experience at Reina was worth the expense.
Quite simply one of the best Sunday brunch options in Frederick. White tablecloths, super-professional service, high quality food from a curious and creative chef who rarely strays into exoticism, and lovable drink specials. Worth a trip.
This is a very nice-looking place that was recommended by a "know-it-all" friend. I expected a Latin-influenced menu since it is labeled as "Latin Bistro" somewhere in a magazine or internet and the name implies Latin food. The food is more generic American which is fine. My friend had the crab cakes (he liked them very much) and I had the lamb chop (a total MESS of overly-fatty lamb chop, slices of hard-as-leather pieces of lamb (?) and a mix of vegetables in the middle with 1,000 dressing). Very disappointing evening.