The Twisted Oak
Lunch Thurs-Fri 12pm-3pm (Last Seating 2:45)
Dinner Tues-Thurs 5:30pm-10pm
Dinner Fri-Sat 5:30pm-11pm
Dinner Sunday 5:30pm-9pm
Food was amazing Service was incredible. Staff was very friendly. The chef/owner even stopped at our table to talk for a few minutes. The meatballs were absolutely unbelievable!!
Inventive food, good service, pleasant setting with a modern yet vintage ambience. Portions are small though.
The food was superb. The service was very good. The noise level was migraine-inducing, and was from patrons yelling and screeching. I did speak to the manager who seemed unable or more likely, not empowered to do anything about it. It ruined what should have been a world-class meal at a fine dining establishment.
We throughly enjoyed our experience. We we a party of 4 and the other couple were very late due to traffic. Our wait staff informed us (when I inquired) that the table would not be needed for 2 hours. When our friends arrived almost one hour late we were told that the staffed "moved around some other reservations" and that our table would be free as long as we wanted.
The chick peas were deliciously crunchy, a perfect pair with my fresh margarita. We also had the grilled octopus, meatballs and roasted carrot and beet salad. All were perfect. For dinner we had salmon, pork chops and duck....again perfect.
We had a great dinner with great friends.
Planning to return many times!
lovely chef level restaurant. we were saving room for dinner at a nearby wedding so we couldnt have the dishes that features duck but the lighter optkons were all done masterfully. would def ome back
Still great as always ! Haven't been in several years and was pleased to note that it's busy and difficult to get a res.......now I know why
Food was delicious as always.
We enjoyed this restaurant so much, it’s worth the trip from the city. We joined friends there and loved the warm welcome, talented bartender and creative cuisine. It’s a must go!
Sister’s Birthday. It was wonderful
Food and service were excellent. Only negative comment is that the portions were a bit small (ie had soft shell crab entree and there was only one crab) but delicious. Will return.
The restaurant needs some updating including the decor, dishes( they were chipped) and noisy fan which was very annoying after an hour and actually hurt my ears.
The food was very fresh and good but the menu for lunch was extremely limited
We had a good time for Father's Day. We were surprised to know at the end that our 5-year-old son's meal, pasta with meatballs, was the most expensive plate on the bill... Otherwise, the food was delicious.
Portions rediculously small . Not cheap prices, felt taken advantage of
Some interesting choices, but it's difficult to select a full, balanced menu. Definitely get the duck lasagna. Cheap glassware for such an expensive wine list. DH and I liked it, but didn't love it.
I was shocked to receive an email during the meal from Open Table saying I would not get points for this meal. What gives?
Absolutely love this modern gem. Some of the best cocktails around, we come whenever we have a special occasion but would love to eat there every week. The dishes are creative, intricate yet ingredient forward and beautifully balanced. The emphasis on seasonal and house made ingredients makes for new takes on old favorites plus some new discoveries. Weekend brunch was very quiet which we appreciated for our group but I expect the nighttime scene is much more lively. Lovely industrial/rustic decor and very friendly and attentive staff. Highly recommend.
Dinner was a poor experience for my husband & myself. Wine list was very limited & overpriced. My pork shank was overcooked & dry with very little flavor. My husband's steak was tough. We asked to speak to the manager but he never came to the table. We did stop him as we left & he had an attitude relaying the fact that he did not care.It is not even worth trying again.
Divine farm to table cuisine, if you can find the cuisine. I’ve been to The Twisted Oak for brunch before and was thrilled. Dinner proved to be less enticing. We did small plates, and yes I’m well aware of the definition. However, our Octopus had 6-8 tiny pieces....and was mostly croutons. Crazy for the NYC pricing! Our beverage was divine: handcrafted with Huckleberry's..... that was the saving grace, if you prefer a liquid dinner.
"Where’s Waldo" has been replaced with “find the octopus”! Except I’m not laughing 😡.
Hostess and waiter could’ve been nicer! Apps were better than entrees. We look forward to going back again
Amazing food with interesting flavor combinations. The cheese spread for the bread with the hint of nutmeg was a very enjoyable twist. The savory bread pudding is worth the trip.
Loved this restaurant -- Can't wait to go back! I have never written a review before
I've eaten here a few times - so consistent and delicious. Menu changes per the season and available ingredients. I love the chickpea starter - such a delicious crunchy snack. They will work around food aversions and are very friendly. The cocktails are a bit pricey, the wine list is excellent and also pricey, but, that's to be expected these days. We tend to graze our way thru the menu with a few small plates a few appetizers and maybe we share an entree. Haven't made a bad choice yet. I love the scallops and the risotto is awesome as well. You really can't go wrong and if you watch your bar tab the prices don't seem terrible by Westchester standards.
Delicious and different food! I am still dreaming about the chickpea and pepper appetizer!
Excellent food, very attentive service. Restaurant was a little loud but that's due to how popular it was.
Fresh and interesting. Enjoyed the cocktails and pickles and cheese appetizer. Dinner was excellent. Recommend.
My fiancé & I went here for the second time within the last 12 months. We enjoyed it even more the second time. The food was excellent & the service was excellent. I highly recommend Twisted Oak for anyone that enjoys an original, high quality menu & superb service. The fried chick peas are a must order...
Wonderful service. Dry accommodating. Particularly to a two year old. Delicious food.
Perfect - creative and delicious original dishes.
The Twisted Oak is a wonderful restaurant - the very nicest in this area and highly recommended.
Farm to table, or as they put it, root to table. The creative menu focuses on interesting combinations of seasonal ingredients.
A great place for pre-theatre dinner. All our meals and cocktails were excellent!
Farm to table is the theme here. The main courses are creative and very nicely done. There is no menu on the Web because the choices change daily ! (a monumental task, I would think).
The service is very attentive but not intrusive. The owner watches each table to be sure everyone is pleased.
I noted that the desserts, while very tempting, were all lactose laden. The owner admitted it was a problem, but that's what is coming "from the farm" right now. Once the fresh fruits and berries start appearing on the vine, the desserts would be leaning away from lactose and more toward the fruit varieties. Now THAT is farm to table.
Altogether, a very nice meal; I would recommend it highly.
Fantastic service and excellent dishes. This restaurant really gives a personal touch to make you feel special during your dining experience!
The dining room was terribly understaffed and service was slow. The chickpea appetizer was very good when it finally came. The wines were very good but also slow in coming. We ordered two main courses and a side dish that they called “complete” we ordered sunchokes that they brought before the main course. They were terrible and probably the saltiest thing I ever had. We sent it back.
The main courses were very good. My wife had scallops that were quite good but not very warm when delivered. My short ribs were prepared just right and were very good.
Management did try to make up for the delays and sunchokes by comping our appetizer and then giving us free coffee and a dessert that was good. All in all the meal was OK but somewhat pricey.
We frequent this setting on a regular basis. The chef is both creative and well aware that a regularly changing variety in their staple dishes is a great plus. Simply put, the ongoing menu coupled with daily specials makes for a memorable sitting. And, like everything in life, you can expect to open your wallet for the dining experience.
Always something unusual on the menu. Have never tried anything that disappointed me.
Great place to go
Delicious food prepared with care and imagination is a given here.
I have eaten here many times and love the food; however, I thought that the $85pp prix fixe Mother's Day menu was a little excessive. My son didn't want an appetizer or dessert, but there was a set menu, so we dealt with it. When the regular menu is available, I think the food is outstanding. I enjoy their local ingredients and think everything is very fresh. The mushroom risotto is earthy and hearty, and their halibut was light and healthy. The zeppoles are delicious, and the white chocolate "soup" with dark chocolate semifreddo was probably our favorite.
Excellent food, and amazing staff, just a little noisy for me, the chef/owner is very personabe, made it a point to meet & greet guests post dinner
Food is always delicious.