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East End Kitchen
Posted by Sarah on 09/20/2011
I came here with my daughter and her boyfriend last Saturday and had the most beautiful brunch experience of my life. The red wine eggs were lovely and balanced with a delicious sauce. The lost bread was the most decadent French toast I have ever tasted and the biscuits and gravy came with this amazing rolled chicken breast with mushrooms, delightful. Great value ,great food! Our server was eloquent and warm. Thank you so much.
Posted by Hampton Diner on 09/10/2011
Overpriced, understaffed, huge waste of money and time. Our friends who enjoyed a meal at this restaurant a few weeks previous, made an 8 pm reservation, Saturday Sept.3rd.We arrived together at 7:55 pm and were told by the manager the table we requested had a 6:00PM reservation that vacated at 7:30PM and she refused to hold the table for our 8:00 reservation.No apologies or offers to placate us, as civilized diners we sat at an uncomfertable table next to the ladies room. Service was as poor as possible, portions were ridiculously small at incredably huge prices.At one point when my tasteless $38.00 steak was brought to me, I requested a sharp knife and was told they ran out! On the positive side, the other meals- Pork with peaches,Snapper in paper were tasty and the desserts although small were very good. My question is- no owner or true manager was available that night-not a great impression going forward. I certainly do not recommend this disappointing experience to anyone else.
Posted by Clermont Old Folks home on 09/09/2011
we like it but it is expensive and with very inexperienced servers who deliver poor service.
Posted by EastEnder on 09/05/2011
While the food is fairly good (even if duck ordered medium well came out seared, i.e. raw on the inside) the prices are excessive. In particular, a $10 glass of gruener weltliner contained no more than 2-3 ounces. I am surprised that other reviewers have commented favorable on the setting-- the fact that the tables are almost as close to each other as the local diner makes it unappealing to me. While the restaurant has promise, quite a few adjustments need to be made.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/30/2011
even with a reservation the hostess seated us on the right side of the dining room in the back facing the door where the food comes out. got moved and watched as three other couples asked to be moved from the same table- when we sat down the restantant was empty- the manager was not nice about it and the servers are very inexperienced- and left us sitting for 30 minutes before we got a desert menu. althought the food is good- probably will not return . no need for that kind of treatment
Posted by Anounymous on 08/16/2011
Food was cold and not good. Service was poor with poorly trained staff. Hostesses were mean. We live around the corner and will starve before we go back.
Posted by Steve on 08/05/2011
We tried East End Kitchen for the first time the other night. The atmosphere/decor is very cool and the food is great (recommendations: watermelon and goat cheese salad; pork and peaches entree). A welcomed new addition!