A bit pricey but very elegant at the same time very comfortable, not pretentious at all. Recommended for special occasions. My wife and I have dined there several times and have always had a wonderful meal.
The English Inn never disappoints. Quiet elegance with exceptionally prepared menu items leave one wondering where the time went. Each dish is prepared with evident attention to detail and delivered to your table with style and elegance. A dining experience as opposed just a meal. We highly recommend the English Inn.
This place is great, its classy, the patrons also were classy, and the price is fair for the level of service they provide. 10/10 would go back again. Wear some nice duds, I was the most underdressed one there in a sport coat and slacks.
Outstanding service, delightful pianist and artfully prepared delicious food - it really doesn’t get any better than this.
We have been coming to the English Inn for nearly 20 years. It is absolutely our favorite restaurant across the country. The English Inn's ambiance, service, and menu is far superior to most restaurants and is worth a two day trip to celebrate special occasions. Looking forward to our next visit to the English Inn ...
I took my wife to the English Inn for Valentine’s Day. It was our first visit, but it certainly will not be our last. The food was amazing, the service was second to none, it was wonderful experience to be able to have dinner with her someplace and not have to fight noise and be distracted by TVs on the wall. My only regret is that we hadn’t visited sooner.
Wonderful food, impeccable service in a very unique grand setting. Be sure to have a drink in the basement pub!
The menu is very limited. There is no chicken on the menu at all. So if you’re not a meat or seafood eater this is not the place for you. Food was wonderful and so was the service.
Four of us went to The English Inn for dinner to celebrate my birthday. Overall, I love this place, but I'd say this was not our best visit. This mansion has old world charm. It's very romantic in a classic way. Lots of wood, rich colors, something that reminds one of Europe. We were greeted upon entry. They took our coats and were promptly seated. Server was very polite, nice, but maybe a bit too formal for me. Otherwise, she was very attentive and knowledgeable. Wine, beer, and cocktail list is robust. Would have been nice to have menus prior to ordering our first round so we could see the craft cocktails and other options available besides wine by the glass and beer. Food here tends to offer many of the classics. The menu has always been consistently good with a nice mix of steaks, fish, poultry, lamb and fowl. My wife ordered the lobster stuffed walleye with lemon risotto, house salad and lobster bisque. Her meal was very good. I tried the French onion soup and would say that it was just OK, not worth the $7 I paid for it. Broth wasn't as rich as it should be. House salads were fresh and tasty. The dressing is very light so you may want to ask for extra if you're into that, but most of us liked it as is. The rest of us ordered filet mignon in varying preparations which were all cooked properly. Good quality cuts, tender and delicious. Presentation was nicely done all the way around. Food came out hot. Was paced nicely. We never felt rushed.
My only real drawbacks to the night were the portion sizes being a bit small for the price. The filet Oscar didn't exactly have a lot of crab and could have had more sauce. My friend ordered a Tito's and soda and it came out with tonic on two separate occasions. I noted that it was my birthday on the Open Table reservation but it was never recognized. I ordered crème brulee and I'd say I've had much better.
We had a nice time and good meal. Worth the trip, especially in the spring.