Awful!!! Waited over an hour before we got any food. Freezing!! Heard 5 other complaints about the temperature. All food so salty we could hardly eat it.
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Had lunch at the Castle. The food was very good, especially the bread prior to the meal. I had chicken fried steak and mashed potatoes, which were very good and the Mississippi Mud Pie for dessert, which was wish I could lick the plate delicious.
We visited the Castle restaurant with another couple during a weeknight. We had called for reservations, and our table was ready when we arrived. The service and food choices are all excellent, with a broad menu with many choices. All of our meals were excellent.
I have never been so blissfully miserable in my whole life. The Castle is tucked away behind The Dunleith estate. It a very relaxed but sophisticated dining experience. The staff is friendly and knowledgeable. We had the crab po boy for an appetizer. Fantastic! A...More
Dark, unattractive on a pleasant day. Mediocre food, and the service was unprofessional and all over the place. The sweet young server was trying but it was just sad. Seriously disappointing. Oh also, a couple of loud, obnoxious tables nearby that didn't help! probably not...More
i've had the pleasure of experiencing The Castle brunch on several visits to Natchez - this visit, as always, exceeds expectations. The Sunday brunch is a southern style buffet with breakfast and lunch selections. Everything we ate was delicious and most worth of a second...More
We went to the restaurant for brunch on Sunday, the service was exceptional...everyone was super nice and accommodating. The food was delicious! Southern fare at its best. It was a nice sized buffet, there were a lot of options but not so many that you...More
The Castle is Natchez's premier dining venu, especially for an evening meal. The Sunday brunch is buffet style, with regional dishes, fried chicken, rice/gravy, a green vegetable, and breakfast offerings: sausage/bacon, egg casserole, biscuits/ sausage gravy. Recently had a greasie omelet that was practically unedible....More
Made reservation for a group of ten adults. We were promptly seated and our server was really good and very friendly. The ambiance of the restaurant, and location on the grounds of Dunleith make this a really nice stop. Ten adults in our group, and...More