Loved, loved everything about it! Our server was so pleasant and efficient. Great martini in the Martini Bar first.
Everything was OK except for my black beans they were not cooked completely through they were hard and crunchy on the inside and I’ve had that many many times before so I know what they’re supposed to be like but these were deafly not cooked long enough.
Celebrating 3 birthdays...brought my family up to “experience” La Posada and fine dining. Excellent food, service and lodging. We’ll be back!
Always Wonderful and Always will be. Celebrated Wedding Anniversaries, and stayed just because its a good place to be.
The Turquoise Room is wonderful. It had been highly recommended to us. I included a stay at La Posada Hotel on a recent trip, primarily so we could try this restaurant. The hotel and dining room are magnificent and worth the trip!
Had a wonderful Breakfast at the Turquoise Room. Try the Boilerman...it's a great dish from the past that hit all the points for a true comfort food breakfast.
Dinner at the Turquoise Room is something to look forward to and does not disappoint. We had elk empanadas; I had bison short ribs with the recommended wine - both were excellent and new to me. The double chocolate soufflé cannot be skipped. We also had an outstanding breakfast. The corn salsa on the Corn Maiden egg dish was wonderful as were the bran muffins. One test we have for a restaurant is the quality of the coffee. Often an excellent meal is diminished by poor coffee - their coffee was top notch! The service was excellent as well. The servers were knowlegable, friendly - but not overly so - and attentive. Thank you for a wonderful culinary experience!
We were staying overnight in the La Posada Hotel in Winslow. Had a reservation for Dinner in the Turquoise Room. What a wonderful experience...from greeting to finish. Our server was great at recommending dishes and even informed us about the Double Chocolate Grand Marnier Dessert...it was incredible. All of our dishes were prepared to our liking and presentation was beautiful. This is a must if you are in the Winslow area. Not to be missed.
We loved the menu selection. The lamb platter was excellent. The lamb was the tastiest I have ever had - cooked perfectly and was local, and the type of lamb was unique. The polenta was also delicious. My husband enjoyed the elk very much too. I wish we had room for the specialty dessert. The view of the passing trains and the heritage of the hotel contributed to making it a memorable experience. And the service was outstanding - not stuffy but warm, enthusiastic and very professional. We visited as part of our car trip from Phoenix and stayed at La Posada.
Fabulous ambiance, great service! Embrace the combination of an intriguing period in history with the innovative culinary experience. Never have I been disappointed after years of enjoying this lovely venue.
Another great dinner. Peppered steak for me was well prepared and not over cooked. Girlfriend had the Halibut. A seasonal offering that was pretty good. A gem in the high desert. With a respectable wine list and a capable bar staff that can competently make any cocktail you desire. Table service was prompt and efficient. I always make a point to dine here. Which is about 7-8 times a year.
Splendid meal well served and in a charming atmosphere.
Our compliments to the chef for bringing real finesse to the menu and some excellent touches to established dishes
Great food at a wonderful hotel. Highly recommend having dinner and spending a night.
Tolles Ambiente und sehr leckeres Essen in „the middle of nowhere“
Fabulous food, the best service in a beautiful historic building. All for a reasonable price. Highly recommend if you are in the area.
We had a wonderful dinner (it was our anniversary). Our waiter, Forrest White, was excellent and offered several suggestions, which we tried, and were not disappointed. We will definitely return.
This restaurant and the lodge(La Posada) it is located inside of was the last one built by the Fred Harvey company in 1930. It retains the ambience of a bygone era including attention to the details of a fine meal that really make a difference without charging an absurd price.
Poor service. slow. Food not hot.
What a treat. The meal was exceptional in a unique location. If we travel west again, it will definitely be a place we stop to enjoy
Food was good. We went for Easter Brunch. I had the Wild, Wild Chili with eggs. My husband had the seafood crepe. Both were tasty but I would have liked a bit more grits (it came with like a table spoon). We had the Apple Pie with ice cream and that was also tasty but appeared to have been warmed up in the microwave. The crust was soft/mushy.
Prices were reasonable and our server, Matthew, was great!
Had a super meal here as part of a roadtrip in the southwest. Only heard about it from tripadvisor, but so glad we did - it was one of the highlights of our trip. We had brunch (wonderful pancakes and a green chile potato cake) and wish we could have stayed for another meal!
Excellent service and delicious southwest breakfast! Some of the best coffee EVER!
This place was great, service, wine, food - all top notch in a wonderful space. Reasonable pricing too.
Our server, Kyle, was very pleasant and professional. He fully explained the variety of wonderful and unique dishes. We were able to try foods like bison and elk.
Beautiful historic dining room with period furnishings and a view of the railway. While the waitstaff, furnishings and view and music are all top-notch, the food was the shining star. Wonderful, interesting and quality ingredients served beautifully. Would highly recommend. This is no ordinary meal This is no ordinary place. We also had breakfast the next day and were surprised at how eclectic the menu was and how wonderful everything tasted. Would go back in a heartbeat.
We had a very attentive server who referred to us as "the gentleman" and "the ladies," and though I'm sure that's common practice at this establishment, made me feel very fancy and refined. The prickly pear margarita was the star of the dinner! It was a great special outing.
Every time my husband stay at La Posada we dine in The Turquoise Room. We plan on going elsewhere in town, but the food is so fantastic and unique we eat there every night. Every item on their menu is superb.
We had a wonderful evening at the Turquoise Room - the food was amazing and very interesting - not your run of the mill menu by any means. Our server was delightful and very helpful explaining the various menu items and pairing them with the appropriate wines, etc. The food was beautifully plated and excellent - over all a terrific experience. The La Posada is also amazing and worth the trip to look at the beautiful furnishings and architecture.
We have been big fans of The Turquoise Room for years. It never disappoints and it was true to form this time as well. We were celebrating a special occassion with my son and his girlfriend. It was very crowded for dinner, so the noise level was high, but it was jovial noise and we we part of it. Despite the huge crowd, our waitress was spot-on with service and accuracy. Despite the high end cuisine, dress is totally casual and there is no pretense. We will be back again and again I'm sure! Food always creative and impeccable, in season and locally sourced/
We had a great meal at the Turquoise room. Our server was Omar, he was excellent and the food was terrific. I don't know if we'll ever be back in the Winslow area, but if we are we will definitely return to the Turquoise room.
The turquoise room is an amazing place to visit for the incredible food, beautiful architecture and history and is perfect for people who like trains because a train passes literally every 5-10 minutes (but it's not loud in the restaurant at all). Dinner is a little more expensive but the steak was worth it! And breakfast is delicious and very reasonably priced for the high quality of food you get. Definitely come by if you're passing through Winslow!
This is one of the best restaurants in the state of Arizona. The food is amazing and the atmosphere is wonderful. Our waitress was professional and very attentive to our needs!! A must for anyone who likes exceptional food.
The service is very friendly. The food is okay. We stay at La Posada for a few days every year and eat at the hotel because its easy. The best tasting menu item is the soup. Its really great. Everything else is diner-esque. The fries are very greasy (some soaked and inedible), the prime rib is fat filled (one might expect, but half the 8oz?), the elk medallions were cold. Keep expectations on the mid to lower side and you'll be fine. The cocktails are tasty but skimpy. Its a convenient place while at the amazing La Posada Hotel.
Very good meal and overall experience. Enjoyed trying the different margaritas. The Piki bread with hummus was fun to try. Their signature soup was delicious. Both entrees of Classic Pepper steak and Chicken breast with tomatillo sauce and tamale were very good as well. Enjoyed the Double chocolate soufflé for two. They have a varied menu and looked like many tempting dishes to choose from. The hotel has a very interesting history as well and with the time to explore. We would highly recommend.
Incredible blend of flavors!
Great historic place to visit. Bison short ribs were great. Calamari not so much. Fish good, but it is all about the PLACE!
My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed our two meals at The Turquoise Room. We had dinner and breakfast the next morning there. It was delicious and the service was fantastic. I love the gluten free options and the local produce used.
Excellent food and service. Wild, Wild Game plate, Bison Short Ribs and Corn Chowder/Black Bean soup were fantastic. An extensive, well priced wine list.
Had road trip honeymoon. Everyone was nice, accommodating and it was a great experience!
The blue cheese salad was best ever as was the beyond good Vegetarian Platter! Same outstanding blue cheese was used in the stuffed martini olives. Yum! Excellent service by host & waitstaff. Thank you!