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About Tiller's Kitchen & Bar
Welcome to Tiller’s Kitchen and Bar, a contemporary Colorado kitchen where we think Colorado first in everything we do. At Tiller's you will find an approachable, unique menu that highlights the areas best farmers, artisans, and producers.
Westminster, CO 80021
Contemporary American, Bar / Lounge / Bottle Service, Farm-to-table
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 6:30 AM-11:00 AM, Saturday: 7:00 AM-11:00 AM Sunday: 7:00 AM-1:30 AM
Lunch: Daily: 11:00 AM- 2:00 PM
Dinner: Daily: 5:00 PM-10:00 PM
Church Ranch Blvd and W 103 Ave
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
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We have a private dining room that holds 8 people comfortably, but we can accommodate many party sizes in other parts of our restaurant. We would love to host your next event!
Tiller's Kitchen & Bar Ratings and Reviews
This restaurant is INSIDE the Marriott Hotel and was DEAD on a busy Saturday night at dinner hour. We had Buffalo Burger and fries. The food was good but the service was slow and there were only a couple of lonely travelers in there eating. Kind of a sad environment. It would probably be busier on weekdays. The prices were a little high.
We got our own drinks from the bar but that is what we chose to do from prior experiences, bar service was amazing. Unfortunately it was ok for the bar to know we were in the restaurant but getting our own drinks from the bar. We had to request to order from the server, had to call over the manager when our food did not arrive for an hour. Food was just ok. This is the regular experience at Tiller’s. Ok to mediocre food, slow and low quality service in the restaurant.
Went there for a nice dinner out with my wife on a Friday night, anticipating good things from the menu online and reviews. However, since it's in a hotel you're subject whatever the hotel needs are. Had to do a later reservation cuz I thought they were busy, but got there for an 8:30 reservation and we would have been the only ones in there, picking over the leftovers from the buffet bar. Would have appreciated some kind of notice that it wasn't normal dining service.
Went somewhere else.
Went for lunch on a Thursday. When I made the res on Open Table I didn't notice it was in a Marriot. Tables in bar were understaffed even though there were few people in the bar and restaurant. Ceasar salad had way too many croutons. High point was the availability of white anchovies for the salad.
WINE LIST PRICING IS THE HIGHEST MARKUP OF ANY RESTAURANT==RIPOFF!!!!
My wife and I enjoy a high quality wine or champagne when dining out. I am a wine enthusiast and collector. A bottle of Chandon Etoile sparkling wine was priced at $150 per bottle. In the liquor store the price is $25. THIS IS MARKED UP 600%!!! For a bottle of a low rated sparkling wine they want DOM PERIGON PRICES!!! Other wines on the list are marked up 400% to 500%. This is the highest marked up wine list I have ever seen including being more expensive than the restaurants in Aspen, Beaver Creek, Vail, Capital Grill, or even the Vail Marriott . On top of that, the wine list is a failure as it does not even give a full description of the wine i.e. vintage year, reserve, vineyard, etc. The the highest markup you can find on very marginal wine. GRADE F.
I had the duck and my wife the salmon. We would recommend this. The food we had was delivery hot to us. Good selection of beers that I ordered. Wife's martini average. Grade B+.
The server was slow and not attentive. Could not get drink reorders or water refills without having to track our server down. Grade C-.
It was a cold night and the temperature in the restaurant was cold. My knees ached from the cold air. Also, they have lousy dividing partition between tables and got to listen to loud voiced woman at a table behind us talk about the stock market and her investments. Restrooms were clean. Grade C.
Overall grade C-. Marriott should be ashamed of their wine list pricing.
I have eaten in this restaurant before and liked it, however it seems that the chef sometimes gets over enthusiastic with the salt. Anyway, this time I ordered the buffalo burger with sweet potato fries. The burger was absolutely impossible to bite because it was piled high with toppings. To me that made it completely impossible to enjoy a good bite. Personally I would've taken out one slice of tomato and the pancetta and I would've kept the delicious caramelized onions with just one slice of tomato and the arugula. The meat was okay but somehow dry, even though I ordered it medium.
The sweet potato fries were nice and crunchy but too salty for my taste.
Overall, an okay dinner.
Service was great!
Dinner was good but not necessarily memorable. My husband ordered the duck confit that came with a Parmesan risotto and some kind of vegetable hash. He really liked the risotto and hash but the duck was too salty for his taste. He also ordered a glass of the only Argentinian Malbec they had and absolutely loved it.
I ordered the salmon that came with a goat cheese risotto and wilted kale. My plate was overall good.
Finally we ordered the angel cake dessert that was really good. It was enough to share and the cake was light and not too sweet.
We were staying at this hotel for our anniversary weekend and when I booked the table I said it. However when we arrived for dinner nobody asked if it was a special occasion or even acknowledge it, which was really surprising to me.
Overall good but not sure if the experience would deserve to be repeat it.
If the staff tried, they couldn't have done more things WRONG. It took 15 minutes to get a glass of juice, a long wait for our two omelets , and when they did come, one was not what was ordered, so additional wait. Simple things like cream for coffee seemed to be difficult for the staff. We've been to this restaurant previously and had decent service, so this might have been an "off dayt", but that's not my problem, it's theirs.
Went for a Sunday brunch with the family. Had been there before for Mother's Day and was very impressed. Normal Sunday brunch was the usual - eggs, omelets, bacon, oatmeal, etc... Nothing too fancy, but none the less the food was very good. Service as always was excellent. It would be a real challenge to find more a more polite and hospitable team than the Tiller's staff.
Wow, what a place! We've lived in the area for years and had never been here. The food is divine and the atmosphere was perfect the service was amazing, a tad slow but there was only one server. However, our server had an awesome attitude and made the whole experience wonderful. Definitely going back!
The food was overall good. We were probably one of 3 tables being served in the restaurant so it wasn't busy. Our waitress took a while to get our drinks and also messed up our order. She asked me two separate times what I ordered to clarify and I told her both times and when my food came out it still wasn't right. Good thing I am not vegetarian - a pork meal came out after I ordered gnocchi. I was hungry so I ate it and told them it was wrong. They comped our dessert but still charged us the more expensive price for the food I didn't order. Disappointing. The food tasted good but the service not so great. Probably won't be back.
We were looking for a nice restaurant on Christmas Day to celebrate our anniversary and discovered Tillers. It turned out to be a great place for this. The food was very good (the polenta was outstanding!), and the ambiance was pleasant. I really liked the fact that the acoustics were so good. Perhaps due to the high ceilings, it was not a noisy echo chamber like so many restaurants are these days. We could have a quiet conversation and hear each other easily. We had a very pleasant evening there.
Wanted something close by for dinner on Friday night and decided to give Tiller's a try. We ended up in the lounge area but it worked out great cuz we could watch the World Series game.
Nice atmosphere, friendly staff. I think she was alone for a while then they move other staff to assist, which is a good thing.
Food took a little while to get out but we weren't in any hurry. When it did come out it was well worth the wait. Ordered beef tenderloin and it was delish! Aspearagus cooked perfectly. NY strip was good too- not as good as the tenderloin. Blue cheese fries were on the cool side-didn't want to wait for hot replacement. They need to watch for that. Good drinks.
Worth the money and wait. Will return.
Restaurant was quiet and not busy. Bar was more lively but also not very busy. Service was excellent, as it should be when things are slower. Tomato basil soup was fresh, flavorful, excellent. Crab cake was very good overall, good flavors, only lacked some lumps of crab, which would improve the texture. Goat cheese rossoto was good but a touch undercooked, still better than being overcooked. Came out right temp. and satisfying to eat. Shared entree for a nice light meal, beverage, with good service. Another trip in near future is in order.
My husband and I had a date night at Tillers. We had the build-your-own burgers with fried egg--they were very good! We paid a few extra dollars for the sweet potato fries--they serve up a massive amount and are the best I've ever had! We've been here twice now, and had great service both times.
My daughter's boyfriend ordered a pizza with goat cheese and no mozzarella and when the pizza arrived with mozzarella, the waitress was very nice about sending it back and making sure the next one had none of the unwanted cheese. My daughter's turkey burger and fries were also quite good. My husband and I only had drinks because we'd eaten lunch earlier, but all in all, it was an easy and pleasant place to meet for lunch.
That this place is averaging 3.9 stars on OT boggles my mind. After the hostess tried to seat our party of three at a table set for six, we were then seated at a table that hadn't been specifically ready for our reservation, but I gave that a pass as the restaurant was nearly empty (note to self: that should've been our clue). Our overly conversational server (we really don't care one whit about your sister, nor do we want to hear work talk between you and the hostess) came by right away with water, took our drink orders, brought my guest her beverage and promised mine would be out next. Then came by a few minutes later to reiterate. And again. And. Again. In all, it took 25 minutes in an empty restaurant to get my drink, and although it wasn't made according to their menu's description, I didn't want to delay things further. Should it have been comp'd? Yes. Was it? No. As for the food…my guest's tenderloin (with two spears of asparagus) was served as she'd requested: very, very rare. Alas, so were her gratin potatoes. The "au jus" on the broiled strip steak (with a single cipollini onion) appeared and tasted exactly like the overly-salted "cabernet glacé" in my guest's meal, but it paled in comparison to the blue-cheese fries, which had hints of blue cheese desperately trying to shine through the salt. My boyfriend, who was raised to politely eat anything put before him and still does to this day, declared them inedible. Now add on the kicker: when I get home, there's an email waiting for me, sent while we were en route to the restaurant (and before our reservation time, for which we showed up early), confirming the cancellation of our reservation. Say what? OT graciously restored the dining points to my account, but what sort of system-gaming is Tiller's trying to play? Stay away from this place. Far, far away.