Highly overpriced for mediocre food. $6 for a can of Coke!!! The food was very bland, and I’m not a smoker and I don’t salt my food.
The food and service at the Oak Room was spectacular!
Restaurant Week selections were very satisfying and unique
quiet, Christmassy, well-prepared and served. yes, $ but its on Union Square itself in gorgeous hotel decked out for Chrisymas
This was my first time having Lunch at the Oak Room Restaurant. The menu was very nice and we had a great meal.
This lunch was for a special occasion. Perfect spot - classy, quiet and very good food. Service was great.
Went here for Easter Sunday brunch. The selections were very good with salads, seafood, traditional breakfast, omelet station, chicken, salmon and a carvery. We didn't have any of the meats from the carvery but they looked delicious. The place was very family friendly as there were a number of families with children in the place. It's located in the Westin St. Francis Hotel on Union Square. We had been expecting more of a crowd, especially with the tourist season starting up but it was not at all crowded and made for a quiet, pleasant meal. I haven't eaten in this restaurant in years but it was just as good as I remembered. If a tourist wants to have a quiet break and a good meal, I highly recommend this little gem.
THE OAK ROOM DOES NOT SERVE DINNER....ONLY BREAKFAST AND LUNCH. PLEASE DO NOT MAKE RESERVATIONS FOR DINNER AS WE DID AND FIND OUT THE RESTAURANT IS CLOSED FROM MID-AFTERNOON ON UNTIL THE NEXT MORNING!!!!
I am sorry that the Oak Room is planning to discontinue serving dinner. It is a quiet, attractive setting where I can have a good visit without having the conversation drowned out by loud noise. The food is steadily good. Service is fine. I would call it a good place for "gracious dining." None of the descriptions on your list above applies--and I suspect that is why dinner service is ending. Too bad.
Think slllllooooow. And then be prepared to wait. Patiently. Bring a book. And a flashlight. It's dark. And slow.
Like the restaurant that time forgot.
Breakfast is pretty excellent.
I was there the day of the immigrant walk out so the service was horrible! Not a good experience in any way. Food bad, service terrible, wait time over an hour. Management seemed to be clearing tables but had an angry attitude and made the experience even worse.
It was a very busy night in the city with Valentines and a conference was in the city - I was able to get a last minute reservation here, to my surprise it was fantastic, I ordered the short ribs and they we're perfect in every way, so much that I want to come back for that same dish ! Everything was great about this experience.
The service was disorganized and staff perfunctory. There appeared a lack of teamwork and connecting with customers. All staff were busy, but there appeared to be no systems in place for an efficient running of the restaurant. Food was quite good.
We were staying at the Westin and having just fought the Chinese New Year Parade traffic trying to get to the hotel didn't feel like going out. The restaurant is in house and convenient. Despite poor reviews regarding the service and food we found it OK. It wasn't a memorable experience in either a stellar or bad way. Everything in the city is expensive relative to what you can get in more suburban regions and this restaurant is no exception.
Food and ambiance was good. Service was abysmal! Had to wait for the table even though all the tables but 2 were open and we had a reso. Took 20 minutes to get a beverage. We had to ask for items we ordered. Check was delivered before they remembered to bring us dessert we had ordered! We had to point that out, too. Disappointing.