Second time here, salad bar is awesome all by itself, but the prime rib is also excellent. We'll be back!
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We came to listen to Anthony Hall, who was superb! Our food was tasty, well cooked, and on time. The brussel sprouts drizzled with maple syrup were really good. We will come again!
Enjoyed The Cellar. Friendly and nice service. Tasty and out of the ordinary appetisers. Enjoyed the burgers and porter.
We ate here twice...the steelhead salmon was to die for, had it both times. My friend had Paella..one of the best he has ever had !
Although the restaurant has great ambiance, the service and food are so-so. Either there was confusion about who was to service our table or the server was disinterested, but the whole experience seemed confused. We started with the Dungeness Crab Mac and Cheese which was bland. The Caesar salad was average, and the Duck Bolognese (which sounded so interesting) was... More
We had one night in Coeur d'Alene after golfing and selected The Cellar for dinner. We had a table in the front overlooking main street and really enjoyed the setting and the food. Our waiter was the perfect combination of attentive and personable.
1.Za'Atar Zucchini Fries: okay I am Israeli this was a joke where was the spice? I had to add salt. 2. Olives, where was the rosemary and other flavours 3. Roast pork I asked to sub out the fingerling potatoes I got a huge slop of "smoked" cheddar potatoes, no smoke flavour, the roasted fennel left off plate, the micro... More
Enjoyed the live blues band in the basement. Nice menu selection and food was simple and well prepared. Most impressive was the opportunity to sample many well chosen wines from economical to premium, in one, three or five ounce pours.
Food was good but the place seemed to be pretentious, Italian restaurants are best when there is that joyful feeling and a zest for life.
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