Washington Crossing Inn
My husband and I were celebrating a special anniversary. We did let the restaurant know when making the reservation. I cannot even tell you our waitress’ name as she never shared it with us. Between appetizers and entrees, our plates were not cleared. No bread was brought to our table. Our food was brought out by other servers. One of our dishes was supposed to have cauliflower rice in place of mashed potato. We had to ask the busboy to rectify the mistake. All that been said about the shoddy service, our food was delicious. Juicy lamb chop appetizers followed by equally delicious entrees. Such a shame about the service.
Six of us went for high tea as a birthday celebration. WE were a little disappointed. The teas were awful, and felt the amount of food and quality for that price just was not there.
It was a very lovely dining experience. The food was delicious and the ambiance was just beautiful. We only had one minor problem with our order but it was quickly fixed and our waitress was so kind about the mix-up. The Inn is absolutely beautiful and just a wonderful place to go and enjoy the food and friends.
Amazing place, although the service was not up to the excellence one would expect as such a high-end establishment. Will still return.
The two meals my wife and I selected were not up to par. The glazed Pork Chop was under cooked and very fatty. The Prime Rib had minimum flavor, tough, and fatty. The two fish meals taken by our guests were outstanding' Thanks for small favors.
Exceptional quality for value. A quiet relaxing atmosphere.
I will come back to this place when the weather is warmer. The outside area really looked inviting. The inside is nice, the tables were a little tight. Menu was pretty good and the food was tasty, a little pricey and the place felt a little old lady like.
Food was great, very nice to dine outside. Service was excellent, we were a party of 6, no issues at all, everything was great
Excellent menu with good choices for Restaurant Week. And, large portions - which is not always the case with others in RW. Wonderful, fresh, large mussels. Perfectly done chicken schnitzel. And, with a balmy, warm night outside, you can't do any better.
Sunday brunch, the food choices, quality and preparation were all very good. The Inn is a unique place, beautiful old colonial Inn with great ambiance. Staff was friendly, helpful and cheerful. Actually I am always surprised their prices are so reasonable, 4 adults with a few extra beverages ordered had the buffet for less than $30 each. I only wish my stomach was bigger!!!
Food is always good and the environment is great. Upscale dining but reasonable for a party of four.
Our waiter, Hans, was exceptional. Kind, informative and professional and went out of his way to ensure we had a wonderful experience. Many thanks!
The food and the service was excellent. The old-world charm of the restaurant is very appealing. The wait staff were very pleasant and gave attention to assisting with the description of various items, but did not intrude on our meal. I would recommend this restaurant to anyone without reservation.
Great date night. Love the atmosphere at the George Washington Inn. The drinks were great and the food was excellent.
I went to high tea with a friend, wonderful overall experience, would go back....
This restaurant was amazing! the dessert was amazing as well, i had the lemon lava cake. it was great!!!
Garlic bread and vegetable dumplings were amazing. Filet Mignon was delicious. Service was good. No complaints! It is definitely on the pricier side but quality is worth it.
Seriously, the best burger. And tea time is a must!
We enjoyed our salad and sandwich and wine
The food is always very good and the service is generally outstanding. The waitstaff were most gracious as they allowed us to stay at our table for 3 hours
This is definitely where the old WASPY ladies who lunch go. There is no money like old money and this place is a throw-back to when America was classy. Lovely interiors and exteriors, famous American location. Lovely chargers at each table. Nothing is tacky every square inch is well appointed. Its a must go to place.
The food was amazingly good. A bit pricy, but totally worth it.
We were impressed with everything. Much nicer than I thought it was going to be. Tried to get in before but did not have reservations. Had reservations and they allowed us in early. Definitely want to return. Took friend’s from NC and they enjoyed also!! Fun night!
Went with wife and adult kids. Dinner was tremendous! Had dim sum sampler and it was very tasty. All meals were delicious. Although can’t really complain, as food and service was great, it was a little pricey. There was nothing to complain about.
We can always count on the Washington Crossing Inn for high quality food and service. The meal was top notch and the service was attentive without being too intrusive. The ambiance was cozy and elegant. On this chilly early spring evening, there were fires in every fireplace. It is a special place and we will continue to return.
We love the Inn, always have. Decided to go for Restaurant Week and it was wonderful. Full size portions of all three courses and a bonus of delicious toasted bread with three choices of topping...olive oil and olives, whipped butter and the best was roasted garlic cloves. All of it was yummy.
All of the food is absolutely delicious, the entire restaurant appeared to be impeccably clean, and the service provided from our waitress could not be beat
We had a great experience at the Inn. We had gone for my Mom's Birthday and we had a great time. Our waitress was very attentive and plates were cleared on a consistent basis. We had chosen the Sunday Buffet for this visit. It was a fairly long walk to get our food but it didn't disappoint. We will definitely be back for Afternoon Tea!
Great atmosphere, great phood, nice wine pours. Every dish was great, if you don't mind the price, which was $115 with two entrees, three drinks between two people.
Excellent food and service! I would highly recommend it to anyone.
My wife and I have eaten outside at the Washington Crossing Inn many times during the summer and have always enjoyed it. On a whim, we decided to try the inside while our daughter was home for her Spring break. The food was very good, as usual. The three of us shared the rock shrimp special appetizer and their signature salad. For dinner my daughter had the Filet Mignon, my wife had the Chicken Schnitzel, and I had the halibut. All were excellent, served hot, and the portions were good.
The restaurant itself was relatively "dead" that evening, so it was quiet and hard not to hear everyone else's conversations. This was not what we were expecting or looking for. Also, we found the interior to be a bit dated or stuffy. So, the ambiance was basically not to our liking.
However, if you are looking for a quiet, older, inn-type dining experience, then this is an excellent choice. And regardless of what you're looking for, the food and service are always very good. Personally however, we will stick to the outside on warm summer nights -- it's a lot more festive, and the food is still great.
Sunday Brunch.....We really enjoyed ourselves. Food was excellent. Our waitress was friendly, funny and very professional. A real asset to the Washington Crossing Inn. Ambience was very welcoming. Can't wait to go back.
This is a great place for any meal, we enjoyed a St Paddy's Brunch there recently, would have given 5 Stars if they only had some music. Food & Service is top shelf all the way.
Outstanding! Washington Crossing Inn is one of our favorite restaurants. The location, building, and atmosphere are excellent. The service has always been outstanding...from the bartender, to the wait staff, to the hostess. The food is delicious.
What a wonderful restaurant!
Atmosphere was lovely!
Excellent service and very reasonable!
Can't wait for my next visit!!
Perfect. Wonderful. Terrific. Great. What else? This place is a wonderful restaurant and I can’t wait to go back. Service was A+.
Nice dining experience for a family of four (2 teens). A bit on the pricey side but the food was good. Beet salad and green salad were excellent, crab avocado special appetizer were under seasoned, two steak/mashed potato dinners were v. good. Cooked to right temp, potatoes were nicely seasoned, asparagus nicely roasted. My son enjoyed the salmon. The pepper sauce was under seasoned and didn't have enough bite. Desserts were quite good - lemon molten cake, chocolate dome... well liked by both kids. Waitress was very attentive as was busser.
Wonderful traditional ambiance and fast friendly service. Bacon wrapped pork chop was mouth watering and the salads were crisp and delicious.
I had made reservations for brunch on Sunday. When we arrived, there were plenty of tables available to sit at. We were seated right next to the kitchen, next to a table of 7 and every table in the room was full. It was very loud and we could not hear ourselves talk to each other. Our waitress offered coffee to every other table except for ours. I had to flag her down in order to get coffee, twice. Other tables dishes were cleared from their tables, but not ours. While I was seated in the doorway of the kitchen, my chair was kicked by the staff, 6 times. Very annoying. There was also a major draft that hit me while I was sitting there. I am disappointed because the food and ambience are very nice. The staff treated us like we were not even there and there were plenty of other tables we could have been sat at.
The hostess sat us at a nice and warm spot near the fireplace and clearly went over the menu along with the evening's specials. Meagan took our orders promptly and confirmed with the chef that a special cut of meat was available that night. The entrees came out immediately after the fresh salads and were perfectly prepared.