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About Winfield's - Hyatt Regency Greenwich
Winfield's offers a civilized dining affair nestled amidst a luxuriant four story atrium setting. With over 300 flowering plants year round, Winfield's is the ideal choice for a tranquil breakfast or dinner. Serving modern American cuisine with a seasonal menu.
Old Greenwich, CT 06870
Hours of Operation:
Mon–Sat 6:30 am–11:00 am
Sun 6:30 am–12:30 pm
Mon–Sat 11:00 am–3:00 pm
Fri, Sat 5:00 pm–10:00 pm
East Putnam Avenue and Laddin's Rock Road
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Valet service is complimentary.
Metro North - New Haven line, Old Greenwich stop.
Private Party Contact:
Melissa Rose: (203) 637-4407
Beer, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Winfield's - Hyatt Regency Greenwich Ratings and Reviews
Upon arriving we were told that they have been closed for the last 3 months and no longer serve brunch but they do serve a breakfast.
After of years of coming for brunch which was always very good, they offer a lame breakfast buffet.
I would have liked the curiosity of a call after driving over an hour to get there
A restaurant in the hotel is usually "questionable". Not a lot of choices in the menu. Although, we only ordered a few appetizers (Prawn, Margherita Pizza, Wings and Fries) they were all tasty. The service was friendly and attentive not rushed. It's spacious and ambiance was nice. I'm not sure if I'll go back but definitely worth trying.
Good service, nice people. Food just poor however. We were there for lunch, prawns greasy and had been grilled intact, shells, eyes and all, very difficult to eat with the sauce. Salad with grilled chicken just not a good mix or presentation. Chicken grilled to non edible state.
Clearly a chef who didn’t have a grasp of whatever cuisine they were trying to present.
We’ve been there for brunch and thought it good. This meal was anything but good and we won’t be back.
I love this place and it is the best Sunday brunch I have ever been to. The food options are incredible and varied and the champagne is endless.You are surrounded with Palm trees and running water falls and ponds and is very tropical which is great on a cold Fall or Winter day. I have heard rumor that they may not be open every Sunday because the crowd has fallen off. I think it is just that they are not marketing the spectacular Winfields Brunch properly because it would be very very sad to see this wonderful brunch experience end. Don't miss out.
The quality has deteriorated since I was there a few years ago.
There were fewer stations. ANd when I have a special brunch, I like pancakes and waffles, neither of which they had.
Took forever to get a bloody mary.
And when I made the reservation, they asked if it was a special occasion - it was a birthday. When I arrived, the hostess confirmed that it was for a special occasion....and just what did that mean? No birthday, or celebratory anything. I didn't expect a cake but why ask, if you plan to do nothing.
Before i left, the waitress mentioned that the brunch might be discontinued. GOOD IDEA!
Needs to offer more homemade fresh food at the buffet. Very generic and low quality for $20 a person. Get rid of the buffet and consider only menu ordering or family style meals.
Organic choices would be great.
Offer daily Tappas and Drink specials at a low price.
Great brunch with friends - mixed group of adults and kids - everyone was really well looked after. One of the kids decided he wanted another pancake just as the pancake stand was shutting down and staff opened it up again, just for him. Great service, as always!
I have been going to this brunch for almost 10 years. The food quality has gone down as has the flavor. The ambiance is not what is used to be. The place is over crowded. The dessert is 2 stars at most. I do not think my family and I will be back there as we were so disappointed.
For a $59.00 brunch, one would of expected everything to be first-rate...not so much here. Most of the chafing dish foods were not hot. The breakfast sausages were under cooked and did not get a response when pointed out. All the deserts were in direct sunlight and were sweating and soggy. We were also forgotten about when coffee was requested. Their bloody mary cocktails were not identified as to the different spice levels ordered, and couldn't be determined even after tasting them all(?). On a positive note, their omelet station was excellent. Their prime rib, pasta, and cocktail-shrimp stations were very good. They did keep quickly replenishing all the foods and it is a beautiful atrium to dine in. A return visit? I think not, with these conditions and prices.
This place was great! Very good service and the dining area is unique as its in the hotel with the high ceilings and loads of light coming through. The food was good! Flat Bread pizza Appetizers were great, but the shrimp in the shrimp pomadoro were small and a little overcooked, as they were rubbery. All else was very nice. The waiter we had was very kind and attentive!!! Well worth the visit! We would just ask that the shrimp be a little less cooked...but others in our party got chicken and steak and everything was well prepared! Great place to visit!
Despite the reservation was for Winfields, the restaurant was closed (it is the second time that they do this to me), so they seat you at the Gazebo, that is their Lobby Bar.
They should clarify this as it is misleading, the restaurant is closed after 6 pm, so you will end up in their lobby bar, with a different menu!
This is not good for a brand name such as Hyatt. There is nothing wrong with telling customers in advance that the restaurant is only open for breakfast and lunch.
French Onion soup was very good, NY Strip Steak was cooked perfectly, however, it was a bit chewy. I've dined here several times and was looking forward to the steak dinner. I was disappointed. Also, coffee is terrible. I would definitely recommend they invest in a premium expresso machine
The only issue I had was they need to update/maintain their current menu. We were disappoint that a particular meal that we specifically went their for was not longer on the posted menu.
I would strongly suggest that their Seafood Pomodora be put back on the menu
The hostess and waitstaff were very nice and the gazebo area is very pretty, though not where the dining room is, but the food was simply lacking. We had both dinner and breakfast buffet the next day- neither were remarkable and most items went unfinished as a result by both of us.
Selected this restaurant as we were staying at the hotel for New Year's Eve and didn't want to drive anywhere. Nice atmosphere in the atrium of the Hyatt Regency Greenwich hotel. Food was good - not spectacular - with a varied menu. Typical "hotel food" prices for this area. Service was good - waiters were very attentive. Huge portions - containers provided on request to take home leftovers. Would dine here again, but with so many great dining options in Greenwich and Stamford, ask for recommedations.
Service was so horrible that it couldn't make up for the wonderful atmosphere and slightly better than average food. The waiter literally refused to wait on us. Finally, another server came and helped us get drinks, etc. Horrible first waiter literally refilled both tables juice around us, and when another waiter pointed out that we needed juice...he rolled his eyes and said no. I honestly don't know what we did to receive this kind of treatment. We were celebrating my wife's birthday and the table next to us mentioned it was the husband's birthday too. The staff brought out cake and sang Happy Birthday to the nice gentlemen and then looked at my wife and said "We won't do that for you since it wouldn't be a surprise" and then walked off. Wow. We didn't really care to have them do anything special...but that comment threw us for a loop. After several snubs, we decided to just pay and leave. My husband waited for 10 minutes after asking for the check and then went to find someone again to get a check. He was told "we are too busy to help you right now. Just go sit and wait." Horrible. Also, they were only at half capacity in all honesty. Several more horrendous service examples. We ended up not paying and left. We spoke with a manager (after horrible waiter said one wasn't working). We didn't enjoy all the buffet had to offer as we just didn't feel welcome at all.
Went with the family to celebrate my husband's birthday & we were all very impressed with the food selections & the service. The view was spectacular and we all kept saying it felt like we were on vacation somewhere tropical. We will definitely come back in the near future.
We came to Winfield's not knowing what to expect. What you get is amazing surroundings in a tropical atrium that exists between the walls of the surrounding hotel. There is running water and tropical trees making you believe you are in a pseudo rain-forest. For surroundings, this cannot be beat.
The presentation was impeccable. The service was outstanding. However, the food was a little bit of a let down. The Cesar salad was good although you had to put it together yourself. If you made the effort to put all the pieces together, it was quite good. For 9 year old kids it was impossible however.
The wild mushroom cannelloni my children had was excellent. The pasta primavera was pretty good, but the spices were all at the bottom of the dish in the sauce. As long as it was mixed, it was also good. However the pan seared salmon was dry and not well seasoned. It is why the food receives an average rating
The brunch was without a doubt the best I have ever been to. All of the staff are very attentive to anything you need. If you like champagne then there is no greater value! From your typical breakfast including made to order omelets to a meat carving station, seafood and sushi and mega desserts. It is impossible to try everything and I tried! They even had a make your own bloody mary station. This is now my favorite place and reservations are suggested because it is popular.
Service was excellent. The french onion soup was good and the Ribeye Steak was cooked perfectly. My only complaint was the coffee. It tasted like cheap hotel room coffee. I usually stay away from espresso when I dine out ( I only get disappointed, even in some Italian Restaraunts), but I have to say, that coffee almost ruined my meal.
Also, I had a problem with a gift card that I was trying to use (Always happens when I use an Amex gift card), however, Charles, our Maitre D, promptly comped us drinks at the bar (even though it wasn't their fault). Overall it was a great night and they will see us again
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