Wright's at the Biltmore
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Best brunch in town! It’s a great place for kids too. We love sitting outside and letting the kids run on the lawn and play games.
For many years now, we have enjoyed one of the best brunches in the Phoenix Valley. Yes, it is pricey but the food selection is exceptional and top quality. We never leave hungry or disappointed. THANK YOU to the incredible staff for making our experience even more enjoyable!
Had a good meal at Wright's. Would have given it a higher rating if you could eat the room! Good brussel sprout salad, nice scallop dish and beautifully presented chocolate torte for dessert. Service was a little spotty for a restaurant of this caliber.
Although I appreciate the food offerings, it would have been nice if there had more traditional breakfast options as well (eggs, bacon, etc). We had a party of 9 and this would have been nice... especially for children.
We thoroughly enjoyed our Sunday Brunch at Wright's at the Arizona Biltmore Hotel. Our entire experience was exceptional. we lingered on the Patio for several hours. The Buffet was spectacular. The shellfish - including fresh oysters were very plentiful and very, very fresh. And the sashimi and sushi were a delightful surprise. The filet mignons, being sliced by a chef was perfectly cooked - rare for our tastes - and also medium. We raved about the purple mashed potatoes that accompanied it. The fresh roasted vegetables, small plate salads and fresh baked breads were a arranged beautifully and delectable. The fresh fruit was a work of art. And the tiny desserts were an opportunity for us to nibble and try a few without adding much to our waistlines! William, our server and his aides could not have been more attentive. If you want to experience the ultimate in Sunday brunching, Wright's is the Right Place!! Sande Davidson
They couldn't have done a better job. Outstanding in every way.
Pedí un tenderloin $65 dlls !!! Malísimo !!!
Food and service we’re phenomenal! Highly recommend
In an earlier career, I worked as a Sous Chef for the Westin Chain, so I have some background. Our meal started off very well. Waiter was friendly and knowledgeable. He helped us pair a wine with out entrees. We did have a hiccup when the entree was served and the Lamb was severely under cooked. Waiter took it back to be corrected. After 20 mins, I requested the meal be boxed as my wife was already done eating. Things happen as we are human, it is how a place handles those misfortunes. The General Manager Ezra Saul came to our table and took full responsibility. He was even willing to pay the waiter the gratuity he earned for doing a good job. Normally this would have ended the relationship and I would never give them a second shot. But I felt they we genuine and everything else was so good. We truly enjoy fine dinning and will be coming back to have the meal we know they are capable of. Brian McKenna
Wrights doesn’t seem to be what it used to be. The service was slow like they didn’t have enough waiters. The food was good but nothing particularly memorable. There was no soup option. Twenty years ago, Wrights was one of the top restaurants in Arizona if not the Southwest. It has not kept with the competition. Lons is clearly superior for example. So is FnB.
Being a long-time fan of Frank Lloyd Wright, I enjoyed the decor of Wright's very much. Since it was Valentine's Day, there were crowds of diners and people lounging throughout the Biltmore lobby. The servers, however, were undaunted by the activity around them and continued to flawlessly execute the presentation of our lovely and delicious dinner. One of them even volunteered to take a picture of me and my husband, and it was one of the best pictures of us that I've seen in a long time. It was a memorable evening!
The Biltmore is a very special place. That coupled with excellent food and outstanding service made it a great experience.
We had a ladies’ brunch to celebrate a girlfriend’s bday and with a reservation for 15, they gave us a private room with easy access to buffet. Servers Tom and John were great and served each lady with great hospitality ! Valet was free and everyone was so helpful with a smile !
We all loved the place, the food spread was so beautiful!! Must go if you haven’t yet:)
Our dining experience was just as we would expect at the Biltmore... Exceptional!! Our server James was very knowledgeable and first class. His team that attended our table was just as experienced. Everything about the Wright's at the Biltmore is something not to be missed. The quiet private table to the chef introducing himself to us, to the food, made for a top notch evening. First Class!!!!
Vegetable plate was unattractive and average in taste, not worth the charge.
Pork chop large but tasteless and look anemic.
Lentils were not cooked enough but scallops were good.
Salads were good.
We have dined here before and what a disappointment this time. Not al all like our last dinner.
Wright's remains a wonderful brunch experience. The food is well prepared: creative flavors, excellent presentation and nice portion sizes that don't fill you up and allow you to sample many different dishes. The service is attentive and professional: empty plates are constantly monitored and cleared, beverages kept full, etc. I look forward to a return visit.
We arrived for a 730 reservation early. Got seated on time after a cocktail. It was awful after that. Service was extraordinarily slow; we did not leave the dining room till 11pm. We weren’t even hungry when the food arrived. Expensive lobster appetizer was minute. Steaks were dry and unpleasant. We were visited by the chef and offered free desert for our inconvenience, but I don’t care for sweets and didn’t eat more than a few bites. We will not be back.
Food was excellent but limited selection. Ambiance was excellent and could easily hear conversation at our table.
Very good standard American food and gracious service.
We enjoyed a great brunch with wonderful friends. The service was excellent cannot wait to enjoy another meal there
We’ve been here for brunch many times over the past few years. But this was the best one so far!!
We celebrated a birthday at Wright’s and enjoyed the meal and service so much!
New Years Day Brunch
We spent NYE celebrating here and throughly enjoyed the 5 course wine paired meal. Service was excellent and the meal was delicious.
Just a bad experience all the way around. The New Year’s Eve prix fixed menu was horribly overpriced and inferior.
Very disappointed in the food and service. Would not recommend!!!
New Year’s Eve prix fix. Very nice presentation and a fair value considering the champagne, 3 wines, and Porto pairings. The hotel was beautiful and hopping!
A great location and ambience in the Biltmore; however, the food (5 course tasting menu) left much to be desired. Service was average.
Our waiter was outstanding. Skilled, genuine, friendly.
Just get the same attentive Waiter service we usually get at Wright's
Outstanding! One of the best meals I’ve ever eaten! Wine list is superb! Wait staff are excellent!
We had Christmas Day Dinner and it was Fantastic. The Biltmore is an amazing Place to have a Drink or Dinner.
One of the best meals I have had and the service was impeccable. Christmas Eve dinner!
Fabulous !delicious and a good value Grounds were beautiful. Daddy daughter date!
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Anniversary Brunch! Incredible food, wonderful service, awesome ambience! Great experience! ❤️
Wonderful dining experience. Service was excellent. The desert options were exceptional.
Wonderful, historic location. Our food was exquisite and the service was excellent.
The main reason I went to Wright’s is because I love the architecture of the Biltmore, one of the most beautiful hotels in the world! The food at Wright’s was good but not great.
Bread quality sets the pace for a meal and I was pretty underwhelmed with the white dinner rolls. Definitely not what I expected for a fine dining establishment. Earlier in the day, I ate lunch at Pane Bianco - now that’s some bread to write home about!!
My scallops were tasty (could have included 1-2 more) as well as the non-alcoholic spritzers from the bar we’re good. Also a few more vegetarian appetizers would round out the menu well.
Great service and overall a nice experience. So if Wright’s ups its bread quality, adds more veg-friendly appetizers and bumps the main course portion size up just a little, it could really become a designation restaurant. Especially in a space as beautiful as the Biltmore!
The food and service were terrific - as good as it gets.
The Sunday buffett, on Dec 15, was not a special event like a holiday. This was my first time to visit the Biltmore. I have enjoyed Holiday and Sunday buffets from Vegas to Tasmania and all over Europe: Hawaii, Bora bora, country clubs, cruises .... you name it and I've tried it with prices all over the board.
I'd say that $55 was certainly a fair price but I expected a $75-85 price and experience. The "prime rib" was really a strip and probably Choice. There was plenty of shrimp but they were $35 buffet shrimp, not the u/15s I'd expect from the Biltmore. There was less protein offered than "usual" but they made up for it with a wide pastry and dessert selection.
Though I may have had higher expectations, they have to stay open and satisfy the market that shows up. At least they had a Sunday buffet: The Phoenician did not. On a nice day you can dine outside.
The magic begins when you walk thru the halls - whatever season the decor reflects, the aroma of the Sunday buffet feast wafts through the corridors. Plan to take photos of the artfully displayed tables of food - everything is delicious and my only regret was not enough tummy room to try everything. The staff pampers you and the chefs honor you with the delightful presentation and culinary intrigue that is each dish. Yes I am a real person, who barely has words to express how awesome the brunch is. Take a peak in the gift shop for a wide aray of selections.