The food is just perfect, a little bit on the expensive side but worth every penny. The service is truly five stars. Just matches the rest of the hotel. I loved it
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Great potential lost a classic original with no heart in its cuisine a reel pity. Asian beef salad special was a disaster no proper seasoning beef was brown over cooked and the smallest portion i have ever seen. Salmon salad also a poor quality. No...More
We heard that the restaurant is a bit overpriced. Nevertheless, we were planning to spend our evening there. We did not have a reservation and took a chance. When we got there, half the tables were empty and we asked if we can have dinner....More
The Grand Restaurant Pupp was somewhat of a disappointment. While the setting is nice, the food, wine and service were not up to our expectations. The asparagus soup and trio of pumpkin as entrees were OK but nothing special, and the chicken supreme as main...More
We stayed at the hotel and decided to dine in the Grand restaurant where the staff were very attentive, spoke many languages. The menu is excellent, the shrimp and scallop starter divine and the duck and lamb cooked to perfection. Good wine list which was...More
Huge chandeliers and very elegant. Allowed us to eat at the excellent buffet in the adjoining room when the choices there looked more interesting than the menu. Ate excellent octopus and black olives in tomato sauce, chicken and mushrooms, steak, lots of desserts.
Honestly, I was not expecting that from the PUPP. Been there with my family for dinner. Pretty much everything was terrible. Starting with the beef soup, which was disgusting. It tasted like it came from the box and had tons of salt, we gave it...More
So beautiful, mesmerizing! Not cheap but pretty good food by my standards. I am not a very picky eater but I liked meat and fish entrees. My husband is a picky eater, he thought it was just ok. The service was excellent!
Th service is quick and the food very good. We ate here a few times and really enjoyed every meal. Would defiantly go again