Service was a little slow tonight. Food was great though,
Fantastic food and great service! The fruit bruschetta was amazing!
Newer seasonal menu filled with wonderful dishes, knowledgeable and attentive staff is always first rate.
The happy hour was a great value and delicious!
Waitress wasn’t attentive but everyone else was wonderful!
The food was ok. I ordered the Hamtramck Eggs Benedict and the eggs weren’t poached very well (not in an oval and far over poached since the yolk was cooked through), my knife wasn’t sharp at all and I had to tear the bread, which was half burnt. It also needed more hollondaise sauce. The kielbasa was the only part that was right besides the potatoes.
My wife and I love this restaurant. The stand by’s are great and the specials are fabulous. Great wine selection and mixologist’s can hook you up with anything you could imagine.
Best French influenced food we’ve had in Michigan to date! (My partner is a proud native of France and a bit of a picky eater - this place checked all of his boxes for solid interpretations of his favorite meat delicacies.) The cheese and charcuterie plates and a big red bottle of Zin made for a perfect evening with a special visitor from out of town. Will return again soon for date night!
The food is really good and the service as well.
Fantastic menu! Nice French feel!
Charcuterie was amazing. Entrees were good but not fantastic. My husband’s $45 steak had a ton of gristle but he said the part that didn’t was delicious. My chicken was good but borderline dry. Snickerdoodle in a pan was not cooked all the way through. They took a dessert off for my husband’s birthday but that just meant we didn’t pay for the gross snickerdoodle. Not really worth the $ considering the other places you can go - unless you just come for the charcuterie and wine.
Good food, waiter was decent. Would have liked different dessert options. Everything was fresh and had good flavor, we were with vegetarians and they both found something on the menu. Great time. Love the cornbread too.
Fantastic meal and service. Flavorful properly seasoned meal. Elk carpaccio, carrot soup, braised short rib, and pork ravioli-all fantastic. Excellent and reasonable bottle of wine - Ona. We splurged on the sour cream doughnut- a bit dry- however the strawberry gelato and chocolate sauce-to die for!! Warm cozy atmosphere in the main dining room by the fireplace. A bit noisy due to several small kids crying! Hopping Happy hour- Can’t wait to go back.
We have been customers on and off at Toasted Oak throughout the years - and over the course of many chef changes. Overall, we really like this local place. We have always enjoyed the wine bar atmosphere, excellent selection to be purchased in-house, and beautiful charcuterie and cheese trays.
Our dinner on this occassion tasted wonderful, but compared to previous visits, we found the prices higher and the portions smaller.
My $8 farm salad was worth $5-6. My husband’s portion of mussels definitely seemed small, especially if it was to be shared.
And although I asked for cornbread and was delivered 2 mini loaves, what happened to the signature, best-I-ever-had, moist and delicious, cooked in a can cornbread??? You need to bring this back!
We ordered the mushroom risotto and cauliflower steak as entrees. Again, both delicious but small for entrees and didnt seem worth the price.
Good Food and ambiance in the restaurant. love the fact that you can buy bottle of wine to take or drink on site.
We were greeted with a complimentary “Champaign “ from Michigan. This sparkling wine was delicious!!!
The market board was very good then the liver pate arrived. The bread was grilled with heavy garlic & so much more delicious than the baguette slices & crackers. Salads are fantastic & my husband really enjoyed the steak frites. We will be back!!
Incredible food, this is Farm-to-table done right! The focus is on high-quality produce and meat, highlighting the flavors while adding a hint of something unique. A beautiful restaurant, the service was top-notch, very friendly staff, highly recommend for a date, birthday, get-together, anything. Love how they have the menu set-up as well. Had everything from the carrot soup to the short rib, nothing short of spectacular, well done!
Everything on the Brunch menu looked great. Hard to decide what to order. Even the chef in the group was very impressed. Delicious!
This restaurant is in the Renaissance Hotel. The food is actually very good and consistent with the positive food ratings that so many have contributed. I also found it to be a good value. The service however is terrible. The restaurant is very busy with hotel guests and seating is done from 2 entrances. We had to ask for utensils, refills, napkin, condiments....the bill. I would suggest visiting at off hours.
Had a very nice brunch here...good food and service. Will go back to try lunch and dinner, and will go back again for brunch. Portions are good size! Nice atmosphere.
Our waiter was terrific- knowledgable and quick. Food was unique and delicious. Many heathy options. Smaller menu but everything sounded great.
New chef is lame.
We've dined here before and had a great experience, but we're very disappointed with the new menu. Salads were over dressed and had an odd flavor. Service was fantastic, but the food left much to be desired.
My boyfriend I came for Valentine’s Day and it was absolutely amazing. Our server, Kaitlyn (sorry if I butchered your name), did a fabulous job
Fantastic restaurant. We had dinner for 20 people after our annual company planning meeting. Great wine selection and atmosphere for everyone to feel comfortable. The service and food were top notch. Chef Ken visited our table to make sure we enjoyed the new menu launch. Good job Toasted Oak. Our company will see you next year!
Steak was perfectly cooked but stringy and tough. Short rib was just okay. Was expecting more for the price. Drinks at the bar were a little pricey. Service was great. Loved the quiet candle lit dining room. Will try it again.
Perfect breakfast! Bread pudding is to die for!!!
Very good. I go every weekend and bring out-of-town guests when they are visiting.
This was the first time we went to this restaurant. We were seated immediately but it took our server 20 minutes to greet us. It was very loud so it was difficult to hear and the food was fair.
We frequent Toasted Oak and have NEVER been unhappy. The food quality is top shelf and the service is always friendly
Great restaurant. Highly recommend it
We were at the Toasted Oak for Sunday Brunch prior to heading for a matinee at the Fisher Theatre. It was a great spot and we will do this again.
Really fresh seasonal food and an exceptional selection of wine. Warm, comfortable atmosphere- I loved the fireplace! Our Waiter was charming and knowledgeable. Excellent dining experience.
The cheese board was fabulous and the duck was tasty, juicy and tender. Darrel made our experience wonderful.
Toasted Oak is a fun and unique restaurant. However the past two times I’ve been, th service has been very slow and the waiter came across like he wasn’t actively listening to us. We both had to repeat our orders more than a couple of times.
Left after waiting over 15 minutes without even being greeted by our waiter
The food was unique and excellent. The portion sizes were just right. The wine selection and the wine that we selected was good. The server was very helpful and knowledgeable and had a very pleasing personality.
Though the list of items on the menu was limited but, I understand this is very seasonal and keeps changing. But, the menu items were enough to chose from.
The seating by itself was good but the location where we were seating was not the best. It was right in the way to the lobby of the attached hotel and there was at times traffic passing by.
Was the first time here and found the food awesome and will definitely return again. But the prices do not make it a regular go to place.
First visit. Liked the menu options and made my selection nearly immediately. Couldn't spot it at first, but then realized the venue was the former location of the Novi Chophouse and it was inside the Baronette Renaissance. Our server was very accommodating and attentive. The "almost bottomless" mimosas were also a nice perk ($2 refills) with brunch. It was a little cool due to being near the glass and we changed tables, but can't blame the restaurant at all given the extended deep-freeze we've been going through. A "normal" winter day would probably have been just fine. The string-bulb lit patio looks nice for warmer weather.