Hostess was doing a poor job seating folks, and they were hardly busy.
We had a few appetizers to share and everything was yummy. Certainly can’t beat the view out the window of the red rocks.
Enjoyed the ambiance. Very nice staff.
The surf and turf flat bread was delicious! Great patio and the view spectacular!
Beautiful setting, nestled in the middle of amazing views of the red rocks.
New Year’s Eve
Great food and service
The breathtaking, unbeatable view was the allure of this restaurant, and it did not disappoint. The street tacos were good, the avocado wedges were not. Drinks were above average but pricey.
The menu is a little limited and is more for lunch rather than dinner. The food is excellent and the view exceptional. The resort is out of the way but that adds to its charm. We had guacamole to start, a glass of wine and two beers with fish tacos and a BLT &T, finishing with a shared dessert. The bill was about $90 for the two of us.
Not very warm welcome
We asked for patio seating and were told no sun, no heaters
There were heaters and abundant sun just needed to push the staff to do it
Everything Ela was ok
We where amazing of the Resort but the food is NOT suitable for the Resort, Street Tacos was Bad Meat cold, tortillas cold we return the Dish then i Order a BLT bacon was cold and i can see the white fat just on the Bacon we have to eat it because we drove from phx just to have a special date and they surprise us with the 1 Star Food
Creative upscale menu and price at Enchantment Resort in Sedona, Arizona. Romantic, great ambiance and view. Good service. A bit pricy and food creativity great but a bit disappointing.
Wonderful view. Food was mediocre, but it was happy hour food. Wine was excellent.
We had a lovely table outside. Our waiter was prompt and very accommodating. It started to get chilly and he lined up two heaters around us. Wine selection was very good and food was delicious. Beautiful view as well. Just make sure you know the way out if not staying there. Roads are very dark and phone reception is limited.
Incredible setting and views! The food was good and the service great!
Generous portions of creative dishes with a southwestern flavor.
Great food, quiet noise level, and fantastic service
The menu was exceptional… From appetizers, to entrées, to dessert. My husband commented that the shrimp and grits entrée was the best meal he has ever had in his life. The view and environment is certainly worth traveling for, as well.
Good value bottle of wine ($55 pinot noir - forget the winery). My chimichanga was disappointing. It had both green and red sauce (fingernails on a blackboard), was half full of beans, and was hard to access having been placed at the bottom of a deep bowl. My guests were pleased with their meals and raved about the setting, of course.
When you’re paying $18 for guacamole and $16 for street tacos you expect a friendly and welcoming reception, pleasant and attentive service, and really tasty food. The entire experience fell well below expectations.
The hostess never broke a smile or welcomed us to the restaurant, but simply asked for our name and time of reservation. The waiter was difficult to flag down and seemed burdened by our existence. The menu and product description sounded very appetizing but were really poorly executed. One might have desired a larger portion if the food was any good... but the meager portions were more than enough.
I would never visit this restaurant again or recommend it to anyone.