About The Restaurant at Alderbrook
Our location brings out the best in fresh local seafood, dry aged beef, world-class wines and waterfront views - making The Restaurant at Alderbrook a destination in itself.
The interior setting of The Restaurant at Alderbrook takes its inspiration from the outdoors with warm colors of chocolate brown and sage green representing the gardens and lawn of the resort. Floor-to-ceiling windows and multi-levels amplify views of the brilliant shore and snow-capped peaks of the Olympic Mountains.
The cuisine showcases local seafood harvested from Puget Sound and Hood Canal. After all, our shores are encrusted with oysters, our docks lined with mussels, and our sea teems with salmon.
Union, WA 98592
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 7:00am - 11:00am;
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 2:00pm;
Brunch: Saturday & Sunday: 7:00am - 2:30pm;
Happy Hour: Monday-Friday - 3:00pm - 6:00pm, Friday 9pm -midnight
Dinner: Monday - Sunday: 5:00pm - 9:00pm
Lounge Sunday - Thursday: 7:00am - 10:00pm
Friday and Saturday 7:00am - 12midnight
State Route 106
$31 to $50
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Live music in the lounge Friday nights 9pm to 11pm
Valet Parking Available
Private Party Facilities:
THE WINE ROOM
In addition to dedicated meeting space, Alderbrook Restaurant features a private dining room where up to 16 people can gather for a casual meeting over lunch or dinner. Rental fee applies.
Other Private rooms available for various sized groups. Please contact Liv Bourne at 360.898.2200 ext 5398
Private Party Contact:
Liv Bourne: (360) 898-2200 ext. 5398
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
The Restaurant at Alderbrook Ratings and Reviews
Great lunch! I had crab cakes and the baby kale salad which were both excellent! The only complaint was we had three children and they never brought their included drinks to us, which I did not recognize til the dinner was almost over so just let it go. And also they mixed up the dessert order giving us a maple cake instead of the creme brulee we ordered but they did let us keep it and took it off the bill, so that was nice! Other than those things the lunch was great!
We went all out & splurged on a four course meal for two, with wine pairings. The food and experience were more than worth it, with good service as well. The view of Hood Canal & Olympic Mountains is majestic. We also enjoyed a room service breakfast of eggs Benedict over crab cake, which was absolutely delicious.
Our waitress was great, food was great except the price on one of the dishes we ate was not worth the price tag. Even though all taste was great and to our liking. The wait in between dishes was a bit too long. Our experience was good we are definitely coming back & thinking on an overnight stay next time to enjoy the full resort amenities.
The service and atmosphere were great. There was a Valentine special offered that we overheard explained to the diners besides us after we ordered our food that our waitress never explained to us. Also, the menu was very limited that night so we felt there were not too many options to choose from. But the food was good and will definitely go back and recommend to our friends.
We enjoyed a nice meal tonight , celebrating a birthday and Valentine's Day. Door was very good overall but Caesar salad a bit of a disappointment. Hubby had the NY Steak and I the steelhead. Both were cooked to perfection. Wait person made it extra special. She was pure delight. Ambience unparalleled. All in all a nice evening out.
Staff very nice and personable. Food was excellent.
One negative comment - stayed in room 419(?) on 13 Feb 18. Drain in bathroom sink was partially clogged - drained slowly. Did bring this issue to staff at front desk at time of checkout. No other negative comments to share. Great Stay!
The Alderbrook Inn, a favorite resort for Corporate retreats, is a beauty on the Hood Canal with majestic views of the Olympic mountain range. Power and sail boaters can pull in and have a great meal and stay at a first class resort with three floors of lodging and a world-class restaurant. The happy hours each day from 3 to 6 pm offer generous discounts on food and drink in the bar area which is very large. Service cannot be beat by the local servers. This place is a good drive from Tacoma/Seattle and so is a destination place. We were staying in a resort one half mile away that does not have a restaurant so the Alderbrook was a wonderful place for meals when we didn't feel like cooking at our condo. We will be back.
This is one of our top five restaurants anywhere and we travel a lot. We come here every Thursday for appetizers, The best anywhere especially if you like sea food. The view is the best, you look out over the Olympic Mountains majestic in the summer, snow caped in the winter. You just can not find another place like it.
Like everyone (I'm sure) we requested a window table when we made our 6.30pm reservation. Upon arrival our hostess informed us that there were other reservations arriving shortly, so she was unable to give us a window table (fair enough). Instead, we sat on the upper level overlooking the window tables, where I got to be quite chummy with a potted plant that kept tickling my head during dinner, and where my date and I could easily see that during our entire dinner there were never less than TWO free window tables, including one table that stayed open the entire time. Other than that, our food was decent (especially the pumpkin bisque), and our wait staff were quite attentive and friendly.
The staff was beyond outstanding and the setting is wonderful. The menu however is getting stale. It would be nice to see some new items to select from. All four of us had the open face crab sandwich, which we found disappointing. Rather than pieces of crab, it was more like tuna salad. The desert, an apple and pear tart with pomegranate seeds, was delicious and pleasing to the palate. Overall, we had a wonderful day of ambiance and fellowship.
Was looking forward to a great Brunch. Did not get what was expected. All three meals were cooked incorrectly and one was cooked incorrectly twice. This is a really high priced restaurant and for the money you would expect your food to be correct. 2 out of 3 meals were sent back to the kitchen. 1 Out of 3 was sent back twice. As a retired executive chef, I feel the food is marginal and over priced. The menu is too pretentious for this venue
We have dined at your restaurant a number of times for special occasions and for casual stop-by for lunches. We have never been disappointed with the food or the service.
The Thanksgiving dinner/buffet was outstanding. It included the traditional favorites, but also delightful surprises from your kitchen. Before we left the restaurant, I jokingly told my husband that I would be putting in my reservation for Thanksgiving next year before we left the premises. Thank you for a wonderful holiday experience.
This was my wife and my second visit. Our first experience was great and our second visit was better. We were celebrating our 13 year anniversary our second visit and Alderbrook Resort did not disappoint. The tasting menu was great. We both tried something different and shared eat plate with wine pairing. The service was great as well. I highly recommend a visit.
The dinner I had (chicken breast, asparagus & home fried potatoes) was delicious. I've noticed that the meals in general are a bit on the rich side, my friend had the risotto the night before and triggered a gallbladder attack. It is obvious that the dinners are prepared by a chef/sous chef and breakfast/lunch most likely by regular cooks. This reflects in the taste and presentation
We had been at the restaurant about a year ago and felt that it has gone downhill in the interim. The dishes were kind of flavorless, while at the same time having way too many ingredients. Nothing simple and tasty, just overly creative, such that you couldn't really taste what you were eating. Also, my halibut in a "chowder" which the server described as a light cream broth, was overcooked, and in a gloppy, thick cream sauce (with too many types of vegetables). The other dish was a duck confit, which, while much tastier, still had too many things going on, and was very oily. We know duck confit tends to be on the oilier side, but this again seemed over the top. Same issue with the oyster omelet in the morning (fried oyster omelet with a massive amount of hollandaise). And, oh yes, the lady at the next table over told us her homemade pasta dish was inedible and the server offered to take it off her bill. Again, the menu description of it just had too many things going on, which is why we had not ordered it ourselves. Good beet and hazelnut salad, however, and nice pours on the wine by the glass. It's a shame that it is not living up to its reputation and we hope it improves.
My husband and I like quiet restaurants and we had a 1:30pm reservation for lunch. It was very empty and very quiet on October 5th....maybe just our luck that day. My husband is hard of hearing so melodious music with low volume works the best for us. Our waitress was a pro and we received outstanding service with humorous moments that added to the service. Thanks for providing us with a wonderful Wedding Anniversary memory.
My husband and I were with our good friends celebrating her birthday. We had a special cake made and it was very good. Three of the four meals were seafood and they were fabulous! I mistakenly got risotto which was a gloppy mess, not like any risotto I have ever had or made. It wasn't bad it was just disappointing! Everything else was awesome including the staff.
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