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About The Ritz-Carlton Grill
The attentive staff of The Grill invites you to a truly unique dining experience where traditional elegance is paired with contemporary flair. The Grill's mahogany walls are hung with chic, modern paintings inspire a casual, elegant ambiance while the Italian marble fireplace gives a charming glow.
Explore rare wines from every continent or craft beers from around the corner as you indulge your palette with seasonally-inspired cuisine. Whether your evening out is for business or pleasure, a romantic idyll or gathering with friends, The Grill's welcoming ambiance, superb cuisine and attentive service will make a lasting impression.
Clayton, MO 63105
Hours of Operation:
Wednesday - Saturday: 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
(314) 863-6300 ext. 433
Valet, Street & Hotel Parking available.
Chef Melissa Lee
Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Wine
The Ritz-Carlton Grill Ratings and Reviews
We celebrated our 50th anniversary at the Ritz Carlton Grill. The evening was quite lovely. Our server was attentive without being obtrusive. We both ordered the filet, served in a salt block. The steaks were prepared as ordered and using the hot salt block to further sear and season was great. The side of asparagus was just just right.
Our desserts completed a wonderful dinner evening and we certainly return.
Once again our dinner at The Grill was outstanding. We got a groupon that said a $186 dinner was $100 which was great and we didn’t feel like we were going on the cheap. I had the Halibut which was outstanding and my wife had the filet which didn’t feel small even at 6oz.
The dinner came with a bottle of wine, salad and an outstanding dessert. And the service was awesome.
This is an underrated experience in St.Louis.
The food was very good but the service was awful. The waitress was not friendly, wouldn't look us in the eye, and was very soft spoken. She brought us bread and drinks and then we sat for about 20 minutes, not really sure if she was our server or not, she never introduced herself. It was very far below our expectation at the Rtiz.
Had not dined here in a number of years. The weight staff and hostess where professional, polite and friendly - everything one expects from Ritz-Carlton service. Unfortunately, the place was dead. I could see this being more active during the week and for earlier dinners, still, it was shockingly quite at 7:30pm on a Saturday. The lobby bar and Cigar Club were plenty active but The Grill was less than "happening", even for the older demographic which tends to be more comfortable with this price point. The food was good, though far from inspired. I can appreciate a simple menu but The Grill's menu was more uninspired than brief. Admittedly, I don't tend to have dinner when traveling and staying at other Ritz-Carltons (usually just breakfasts and lunches), so perhaps there just ins't much focus on providing an exciting dinner option; that being said, at the prices charged, a more inventive menu with more exciting options and better wine selection would still seem appropriate for the venue. I always appreciate Ritz-Carlton service and professionalism, but I think The Grill needs a complete overhaul in terms of menu, decor and general focus. Perhaps an expanded menu with some updated dishes that would help draw in more customers. Then again, maybe that's just not a concern. As for me, I don't see a reason to return to The Grill anytime soon.
The food portion of our evening was excellent. The Cesar salad contained just right amount of anchovy in the dressing. Our filet entree was prepared as ordered and was tender and flavorful. Our issues were with service. Twice water was spilled on the table, once by the bus boy and once by the server. No apology and no clean up. Second, our completed salad bowls remained too long on the table before being removed. For the most part service was just OK but totally indifferent. This is the Ritz Carlton and they should do better. Overall my wife and I had a nice evening but it should have been a great evening.
The Grill was closed for the evening so we ended up in the dining room. The staff was wonderful and the chef walked around and made recommendations... then came back as we were finishing up our meal for more pleasant conversation. It was a great meal: impeccably prepared and graciously served.
Arrived at 6:50; at 8:30 still waiting for main course. We asked for the meal to be bagged and 30 minutes later had the to-go bag.
The reservation was for the Grill Room, but all Valentines Day diners were combined into the room where breakfast and lunch are served. Staff was inadequate once we got through the Maitre D phase. We were pouring our own wine and waiting for an ice bucket.
The soup was ok; the appetizer fair, but not what was expected, with duck a'la orange a plate of shoe string potatoes, a bite of duck meat, and fried egg roll type tubes filled with something. Very heavy and ordinary. The oysters Rockefeller, minced scallops and crab cake were good, but served warm on a hot plate.
When we opened the carry out at hone, we realized that the waitress did not ask, and we had not mentioned how we wished to have the beef tenderloin or lamb rack prepared. Both were rare, just seared. We gave up without trying it. The promised dark chocolate dessert looked like a milk chocolate cookie with a scoop of a fruity mousse on top.
The forced menu price fix was first mentioned in a phone call a couple days before. Very expensive, disappointing anniversary and valentines meal.
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