Golden Lamb

★★★★☆
  • 27 S Broadway St

    Lebanon, OH 45036

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  • 513-932-5065

About Golden Lamb

Hours
Sun 8am-8pm, Mon-Fri 11am-9pm, Sat 8am-11pm

Food

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If you're looking for a nice quiet place for a drink I would recommend the Black Horse Tavern. It's located in the back of the Inn and the atmosphere is great. They have live local music sometimes which makes for a great date night.

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If you're looking for a nice quiet place for a drink I would recommend the Black Horse Tavern. It's located in the back of the Inn and the atmosphere is great. They have live local music sometimes which makes for a great date night.

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In the mood for family style food in a historical building??? then check this out. It is a great place for a family dinner.The food is always great an a variety of sides for you and your family to choose from. It is a relaxed atmosphere, so don't be in a hurry. Relax and enjoy a tour of the historic rooms before you leave.

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In the mood for family style food in a historical building??? then check this out. It is a great place for a family dinner.The food is always great an a variety of sides for you and your family to choose from. It is a relaxed atmosphere, so don't be in a hurry. Relax and enjoy a tour of the historic rooms before you leave.

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After high expectations comes great disappointment. Took my wife and son there for dinner for the first time. Knew it was pricey, but understood that the service and food were worth it. WRONG!

It took the waitress 20 minutes after giving us the menus to come back and take our orders. Throughout the meal, we hardly even saw our waitress. I don't like a hovering waiter, but this was ridiculous. My son ordered the prime rib medium rare - I ordered the shrimp and scallop fettuccine and my wife ordered chicken oscar.

After waiting at least 45 minutes for our food, the waitress promptly disappeared again after dropping off our dishes - not to be seen again until we were nearly done eating. Prime rib arrived medium at best and close to medium well (not even a hint of pink in the center), though we ordered it medium rare (at 5:30pm!). No Au jus nor horseradish was delivered (contrary to what was clearly spelled out on the menu). My son was stuck either eating it as delivered, or physically getting up to locate our wayward waitress and risk twiddling our thumbs for another inordinate period to get a replacement cut . Since we wanted to dine together, he graciously ate the overcooked meat. $25 dollars for a 10 ounce cut of overcooked prime rib was hard to swallow. For that price you can get a 16 ounce cut of quality prime rib that is properly cooked at the "Outback". The fettuccine was quite good - and was the only highlight of the entire dining experience, but the chicken oscar had no flavor - the chef had undersourced the lemon in the sauce (if there was any lemon at all - we couldn't taste it), leaving the sauce bland, the crab was tasteless and soggy and most surely was canned crab meat; and the asparagus was woody and undercooked.

They advertise this as the "Oldest" restaurant in Ohio; and I must warn you that "The Golden Lamb" effectively reminds patrons that not everything gets better with age.

They should change the name of this restaurant from "The Golden Lamb" to the "Old 'n' Lame". Our dining experience proved that you don't always get what you pay for.

Our first visit to the Golden Lamb will definitely be our last.

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After high expectations comes great disappointment. Took my wife and son there for dinner for the first time. Knew it was pricey, but understood that the service and food were worth it. WRONG!

It took the waitress 20 minutes after giving us the menus to come back and take our orders. Throughout the meal, we hardly even saw our waitress. I don't like a hovering waiter, but this was ridiculous. My son ordered the prime rib medium rare - I ordered the shrimp and scallop fettuccine and my wife ordered chicken oscar.

After waiting at least 45 minutes for our food, the waitress promptly disappeared again after dropping off our dishes - not to be seen again until we were nearly done eating. Prime rib arrived medium at best and close to medium well (not even a hint of pink in the center), though we ordered it medium rare (at 5:30pm!). No Au jus nor horseradish was delivered (contrary to what was clearly spelled out on the menu). My son was stuck either eating it as delivered, or physically getting up to locate our wayward waitress and risk twiddling our thumbs for another inordinate period to get a replacement cut . Since we wanted to dine together, he graciously ate the overcooked meat. $25 dollars for a 10 ounce cut of overcooked prime rib was hard to swallow. For that price you can get a 16 ounce cut of quality prime rib that is properly cooked at the "Outback". The fettuccine was quite good - and was the only highlight of the entire dining experience, but the chicken oscar had no flavor - the chef had undersourced the lemon in the sauce (if there was any lemon at all - we couldn't taste it), leaving the sauce bland, the crab was tasteless and soggy and most surely was canned crab meat; and the asparagus was woody and undercooked.

They advertise this as the "Oldest" restaurant in Ohio; and I must warn you that "The Golden Lamb" effectively reminds patrons that not everything gets better with age.

They should change the name of this restaurant from "The Golden Lamb" to the "Old 'n' Lame". Our dining experience proved that you don't always get what you pay for.

Our first visit to the Golden Lamb will definitely be our last.

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We make it a point to stop at the Golden Lamb, whenever we travel. There food is the greatest. Never had a bad meal here. Have been coming here for years. Prime rib and turkey are the best.

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We make it a point to stop at the Golden Lamb, whenever we travel. There food is the greatest. Never had a bad meal here. Have been coming here for years. Prime rib and turkey are the best.

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Ohio's oldest inn housed in a four-story, Federal-style building in downtown Lebanon. Past guests include Charles Dickens and numerous presidents.

 

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