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About The Castle at Dunleith
The Castle is great combination of continental and southern cuisine utilizing daily fresh seafood and the best steaks on the market.
Natchez, MS 39120
Creole / Cajun / Southern
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Daily: 7:30am - 10:00am; Brunch: Sunday: 11:00am - 2:00pm; Lunch: Monday - Saturday: 11:00am - 2:00pm; Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 6:00pm - 9:00pm, Friday & Saturday: 6:00pm - 10:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Corporate, private and wedding catering offered with reception or seated dinners. Can accommodate 50-500 people with full-service capabilities.
Parking for 20 people close range and large parking lot for up to 80 additional cars. Valet parking available on special occasions and for private functions.
Private Party Facilities:
Private dining rooms accomodate up to 20 or less. Private parties in the pub available or rental of entire facility an option as well.
Private Party Contact:
Lyn Fortenbery: (601) 446-8500
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Indoor Smoking Area, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
The Castle at Dunleith Ratings and Reviews
The service was excellent! Unfortunately despite a fairly empty restaurant and reservations we were seated in a drafty area. The dinner menu is limited to 8 entrees. Upon arrival we were told that the restaurant did not have beef that day which eliminated 3 of the 8 entrees. The bread and whipped butter was excellent as was the tomato soup. The shrimp fettuccine seemed over cooked and my dinner companion felt that the macaroni and cheese was undercooked and the collard greens tasted odd. We were dissapointed in the food.
There are very few restaurants in Natchez with a good wine list. This is probably the best in that department. Superb steaks and cajun food, too. Downstairs bar scene was crowded (game night), but upstairs formal dining was quiet. Something good for everyone. Highly recommended.
Our meal on Thanksgiving Day at The Castle Restaurant was one of the top dining experiences of our lives, and we've traveled and eaten at hundreds of places. Every single dish was perfection, from the turkey and dressing, to the green bean casserole and sweet potato dish that was to die for!!! Our server was friendly and efficient and waited on us with a lovely smile throughout our long lunch. (It takes time to eat that much good food!) The cooks really knew how to fix a good old -fashioned homemade traditional southern Thanksgiving meal. They outdid themselves! And our table was beside a window overlooking the lovely grounds of Dunleith. The view, the food, the service--all was top notch. Thank you, Castle, for making our Thanksgiving a day to remember and cherish!
My husband and I had a 6:30 pm dinner reservation on Saturday evening. When we arrived the restaurant was empty....not one other customer was there. It’s a lovely place and our server William was very nice. Fried Green tomatoes were fine and my husband liked the Red fish entree okay. My ribeye was a bit over cooked but tasty. The Yukon mashed potatoes were so salty I couldn’t eat them. Overall this was a mediocre experience and we were traveling so hoping for a much better evening out. By the time we left there were 2 other tables (total of 6 people) having dinner ..... really? on a Saturday night?..
In the past this food has been excellent but this time temperature was off on each item. There were four of us and we each ordered different items. To start the soup was tasty but barely warm and each course after that was the same. We were disappointed but will give it another try as it has been so good on the past. Every place can have an off night and perhaps this was the problem
The staff is always friendly and helpful. The atmosphere is quant and I love the historical ambiance. The food is by far the best in town. I often visit the Sunday buffet. This is a good way to sample a little bit of everything. From veggies, to pastas, seafood, or a delicious breakfast. I will continue to visit and bring friends with me.
Incredible. The food is simply divine. They have a wide variety of cocktails and beer with many local draft choices too. The service was great and the pub downstairs is perfect for a night cap. On top of all the great, food, drinks, and atmosphere, you get a free tour of the antebellum home Dunleith with your receipt. And it's amazing too. Plus they have a hotel in the house! This place has it all!
Beautiful Restaurant in Historic Natchez, MS. Great wine list, food is superb. Had the duck it was wonderful and a Silver Oak Cabernet. Prices are very reasonable. Service is very good and timely. Would highly recommend the Creme Brûlée and coffee.
This was not our favorite experience. We found the place to be lovely, but not our kind of place. For one thing, the menu guarantees you will spend a lot of money to get a full meal. The salad and side dishes are not a part of the entree, and must be ordered--and paid for--separately. I ordered the crispy quail/waffles, not realizing that "crispy" meant "deep fried." The crust was too heavy and you could hardly taste the quail at all. The waffle was very good, but this was a celebration of my anniversary, so waffles are not my first thought for that.
We were offered a complimentary dessert and chose the creme brulee. Unfortunately, someone was a little to liberal with the blowtorch, and our creme was a little too bruleed.
I'm sorry, but we will not be back: there are too many other lovely restaurants in Natchez.
Simply put it's the best. White linen table cloth. Service is impeccable. The atmosphere is old English style.
You'll really like the buffet (right up there with the very best fried chicken I've ever eaten).
If you come to Natchez, or for that matter anywhere close, try the Castle Restaurant, I guarantee your gonna' be glad you did.
Wonderful steak but the lobster mac and cheese was flavorless, I don't think there was actually any lobster. Great wine selection. Our server was very nice young man, but our wine was not brought to the table until we were half way thru our salad. Management needs to train servers better and when someone buys $150 bottle of wine it should be on the table and open before food arrives!
While the menu is somewhat limited, the selections are balanced and feature locally-sourced ingredients when possible. Truly outstanding gumbo and tomato/basil soup to start. The redfish was well-crafted, perfectly-cooked. On a whim one of us tried the quail and waffles, but while the menu states "boneless" they're not. Having had quail before, should've opted for something else, hardly anything there. Great ambience, the restaurant is in a very old carriage house.
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