Hyeholde Restaurant

★★★☆☆
  • 1516 Coraopolis Heights Rd

    Coraopolis, PA 15108

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  • 412-264-3116

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Hours
Sat 5pm-10pm

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I can't wait to go back to Hyeholde. It is expensive but for a special occasion, it will be well worth it. The place looks like a castle. The taste and presentation of the food is exceptional.

5
★★★★★

I can't wait to go back to Hyeholde. It is expensive but for a special occasion, it will be well worth it. The place looks like a castle. The taste and presentation of the food is exceptional.

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We took our family to here for Thanksgiving Dinner, The food was ok, but could have been much better. Our waitress was very pleasant but most times hard to locate. No one should have to find someone to refill a drink at any restaurant but especially at the price they charge. What ever happened to proper service? They provide better service at Eat and Park.

1
★★☆☆☆

We took our family to here for Thanksgiving Dinner, The food was ok, but could have been much better. Our waitress was very pleasant but most times hard to locate. No one should have to find someone to refill a drink at any restaurant but especially at the price they charge. What ever happened to proper service? They provide better service at Eat and Park.

Cons: Service

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This charming ?castle? makes you feel like you just walked into a more romantic era. After reading, some of the other reviews makes me want to say, I usually eat at the restaurant several times a year, and the food is good? but, not great. I always have a great evening out at the Hyeholde, and have always ordered something different each time of the ever-changing menu. The service, while not always impeccable, is always friendly and polite. I feel the staff goes out of their way to make you feel welcomed. Mainly I go for the atmosphere, which I think most will find enchanting and nostalgic. Overall, the experience at the Hyeholde is a pleasant one. I highly recommend the sherry bisque, and make room for dessert because the pastry chef is phenomenal.

2
★★★★☆

This charming ?castle? makes you feel like you just walked into a more romantic era. After reading, some of the other reviews makes me want to say, I usually eat at the restaurant several times a year, and the food is good? but, not great. I always have a great evening out at the Hyeholde, and have always ordered something different each time of the ever-changing menu. The service, while not always impeccable, is always friendly and polite. I feel the staff goes out of their way to make you feel welcomed. Mainly I go for the atmosphere, which I think most will find enchanting and nostalgic. Overall, the experience at the Hyeholde is a pleasant one. I highly recommend the sherry bisque, and make room for dessert because the pastry chef is phenomenal.

Pros: sherry bisque, desserts, atmosphere

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My husband and I recently went to the Hyeholde after celebrating an anniversary dinner after not having been there in years. It is a beautiful place...both rustic and elegant lending itself to a romantic dinner. We sat up high on a balcony area overlooking a room with a fireplace and beamed ceilings. The service was very good . Our dinners were both excellent. If you don't mind your food done med rare you should order the elk. ( which is the only way elk can be eaten without tasting "gamey.") It WAS NOT gamey! It was deliciously tender. My husband ordered the natural beef and it was perfectly seasoned and equally delicious. The sauces on both plates were seasonal and complemented them perfectly. The salads and soups were also very good and we shared the carrot cake for dessert. Yummy! You should definitely consider the Hyeholde for a special evening out.

2
★★★★☆

My husband and I recently went to the Hyeholde after celebrating an anniversary dinner after not having been there in years. It is a beautiful place...both rustic and elegant lending itself to a romantic dinner. We sat up high on a balcony area overlooking a room with a fireplace and beamed ceilings. The service was very good . Our dinners were both excellent. If you don't mind your food done med rare you should order the elk. ( which is the only way elk can be eaten without tasting "gamey.") It WAS NOT gamey! It was deliciously tender. My husband ordered the natural beef and it was perfectly seasoned and equally delicious. The sauces on both plates were seasonal and complemented them perfectly. The salads and soups were also very good and we shared the carrot cake for dessert. Yummy! You should definitely consider the Hyeholde for a special evening out.

Pros: romantic setting, great food

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My husband and I recently got married at The Hyeholde, and we could not have asked for a more perfect location or better service. The outdoor ceremony area is beautiful, and there are many places on the grounds for photos. The food was excellent and reasonably priced per person (maybe even less than a typical hotel reception, but much better quality). We've gotten tons of compliments from our guests on the food, the wait staff and the wedding overall. And their event coordinator, Jeff, was one step ahead of us at all times. If we had a question, he had an answer/solution before I finished my sentence. If you're looking for a beautiful and elegant setting for a wedding of 120 or less, The Hyeholde is the best option in Pittsburgh.

2
★★★★★

My husband and I recently got married at The Hyeholde, and we could not have asked for a more perfect location or better service. The outdoor ceremony area is beautiful, and there are many places on the grounds for photos. The food was excellent and reasonably priced per person (maybe even less than a typical hotel reception, but much better quality). We've gotten tons of compliments from our guests on the food, the wait staff and the wedding overall. And their event coordinator, Jeff, was one step ahead of us at all times. If we had a question, he had an answer/solution before I finished my sentence. If you're looking for a beautiful and elegant setting for a wedding of 120 or less, The Hyeholde is the best option in Pittsburgh.

Pros: Excellent food, service, setting for a wedding

Cons: None

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Put Hyeholde at the very top of your list of places to go to.The food is the best in Pittsburgh hands down.Just sit and soak it in.My wife and I travel alot, and this matches the food in great restaurant towns.The local chicken was the best I have had.My wife had the Halibut with peas and mushrooms.She can't stop talking about it.The care the chef takes in every detail comes across in the food.We sat in the garden.You must request a seat overlooking the chefs picking fresh herbs before you very eyes.Where else can you see that.Kelly was our server.She was outstanding.Warm, friendly,and she also knew every detail of the food down to the garnish.Our nite ended with a tour of the kitchen in full swing.If you want to see art being made,request a tour and see the action.

2
★★★★★

Put Hyeholde at the very top of your list of places to go to.The food is the best in Pittsburgh hands down.Just sit and soak it in.My wife and I travel alot, and this matches the food in great restaurant towns.The local chicken was the best I have had.My wife had the Halibut with peas and mushrooms.She can't stop talking about it.The care the chef takes in every detail comes across in the food.We sat in the garden.You must request a seat overlooking the chefs picking fresh herbs before you very eyes.Where else can you see that.Kelly was our server.She was outstanding.Warm, friendly,and she also knew every detail of the food down to the garnish.Our nite ended with a tour of the kitchen in full swing.If you want to see art being made,request a tour and see the action.

Pros: Food,ambience,service

Cons: none

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Upon arriving, we were greeted by a well-mannered valet, who ran around the car to open the car door for me before I had the opportunity to do so myself. We entered the castle-and it really does look like one! We had a reservation and were seated immediately at our table, which we were told was the hostess' favorite seat in the house (probably because it was the closest to the stairs). After receiving our drinks, we realized that it would have been nicer to have been given a quick tour of the place before being seated, but I am sure that had we had asked, we probably would have been granted that wish. Huge exposed wooden beams, beautiful tapestries, and surprisingly comfortable period chairs, and that is just the ambience!

The food was excellent! The sherry bisque was not at all like the other reviewers' Cambell's soup remarks. It was just the right size and delicious. The first course oysters were great! The intermezzo- a bite of passion fruit pound cake with a surprising sprig of rosemary-divine! The first course-lobster in a rosemary and dill butter sauce-heaven! My husband had elk, and he said that it was delicious-more tender than filet mignon, but not as thick as it. A flavorful grapefruit salad followed. We ordered dessert, even though we were getting full, but hey, we were celebrating Valentine's Day! We had the Tropical Alaska- what a spectacular presentation! Delicious too! Portions were small, but we were perfectly full in the end, and were very happy that we were able to taste so many different flavors!

In the end, the bill wasn't terrible. We didn't have to take out a home-equity mortgage to pay for this dinner either- the total bill came to just about $160, and that included wine and cocktails. We tipped very well because the service was phenomenal-they timed everything so perfectly! Overall it was a truly fabulous experience, and we would definitely do it again! (FYI-we weren't the only ones under 60!)

2
★★★★★

Upon arriving, we were greeted by a well-mannered valet, who ran around the car to open the car door for me before I had the opportunity to do so myself. We entered the castle-and it really does look like one! We had a reservation and were seated immediately at our table, which we were told was the hostess' favorite seat in the house (probably because it was the closest to the stairs). After receiving our drinks, we realized that it would have been nicer to have been given a quick tour of the place before being seated, but I am sure that had we had asked, we probably would have been granted that wish. Huge exposed wooden beams, beautiful tapestries, and surprisingly comfortable period chairs, and that is just the ambience!

The food was excellent! The sherry bisque was not at all like the other reviewers' Cambell's soup remarks. It was just the right size and delicious. The first course oysters were great! The intermezzo- a bite of passion fruit pound cake with a surprising sprig of rosemary-divine! The first course-lobster in a rosemary and dill butter sauce-heaven! My husband had elk, and he said that it was delicious-more tender than filet mignon, but not as thick as it. A flavorful grapefruit salad followed. We ordered dessert, even though we were getting full, but hey, we were celebrating Valentine's Day! We had the Tropical Alaska- what a spectacular presentation! Delicious too! Portions were small, but we were perfectly full in the end, and were very happy that we were able to taste so many different flavors!

In the end, the bill wasn't terrible. We didn't have to take out a home-equity mortgage to pay for this dinner either- the total bill came to just about $160, and that included wine and cocktails. We tipped very well because the service was phenomenal-they timed everything so perfectly! Overall it was a truly fabulous experience, and we would definitely do it again! (FYI-we weren't the only ones under 60!)

Pros: Valet, beautiful ambience, flavorful food, great service

Cons: dreary black uniforms the waitresses have to wear

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Upon approaching this cottage-castle, you can already begin to see that a meal at the Hyeholde is a true dining experience. The ambience, coupled with the friendly service, makes dining here less about the cuisine and more about the experience as a whole. Feel free to take your time; enjoy the scenery, the company, the food, and the drink. The setting alone is worth the trip, but it is the food that will bring you back.

2
★★★★★

Upon approaching this cottage-castle, you can already begin to see that a meal at the Hyeholde is a true dining experience. The ambience, coupled with the friendly service, makes dining here less about the cuisine and more about the experience as a whole. Feel free to take your time; enjoy the scenery, the company, the food, and the drink. The setting alone is worth the trip, but it is the food that will bring you back.

Pros: Beautiful setting, quality food

Cons: Small portions- make sure to order both 1st and 2nd courses!; pricey

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First of all, I have no idea what keeps this place open? It sure isn't Hyeholdes service, food or staff... a triple threat of disappointments in my opinion. Considering the age of the staff and the prices at Hyeholde, you should assume a much higher standard (although they did finally hire a talented Pastry Chef). I guess the thing that bothers me the most about this restaurant is the self-proclaimed Executive Chef Chris OBrien. To make a long story short, a friend of mine took cooking classes there for $240.00 and basically learned nothing more from this short egotistical prep cook than if you watched 30 Minute Meals on the Food network. If you want to experience dining at a much "higher standard" with a "respected" chef, I would suggest dining at Eleven in the Strip. In closing, if you must try the Hyeholde, just order dessert over the phone...

0
★☆☆☆☆

First of all, I have no idea what keeps this place open? It sure isn't Hyeholdes service, food or staff... a triple threat of disappointments in my opinion. Considering the age of the staff and the prices at Hyeholde, you should assume a much higher standard (although they did finally hire a talented Pastry Chef). I guess the thing that bothers me the most about this restaurant is the self-proclaimed Executive Chef Chris OBrien. To make a long story short, a friend of mine took cooking classes there for $240.00 and basically learned nothing more from this short egotistical prep cook than if you watched 30 Minute Meals on the Food network. If you want to experience dining at a much "higher standard" with a "respected" chef, I would suggest dining at Eleven in the Strip. In closing, if you must try the Hyeholde, just order dessert over the phone...

Pros: Romantic

Cons: Everything else

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Too big a deal about tomato bisque. Most anywhere, tomato bisque is Campbell's with a kick. I admit that the Sherry Bisque is nothing to brag about. Their food selections: well prepared and tasty. Not a place to go if you are in a festive or hyper mood. Young people are scared off by quiet- reserved atmosphere anywhere. BUT, high brow meals don't go with Olive Garden setting. Personally I can't take the noisy disorganized restaurants that most people wait in line for. You'll get personal, polite attention at the Hyeholde. Presentation is magazine-like and tasty as well. Portions too small for the high price you pay . I've never been disappointed with the quality of food. Desserts are excellent . What makes me think that the poor critiques are by people who also smear places like Helen's of 7 Springs or the Carlton Downtown.

2
★★★★☆

Too big a deal about tomato bisque. Most anywhere, tomato bisque is Campbell's with a kick. I admit that the Sherry Bisque is nothing to brag about. Their food selections: well prepared and tasty. Not a place to go if you are in a festive or hyper mood. Young people are scared off by quiet- reserved atmosphere anywhere. BUT, high brow meals don't go with Olive Garden setting. Personally I can't take the noisy disorganized restaurants that most people wait in line for. You'll get personal, polite attention at the Hyeholde. Presentation is magazine-like and tasty as well. Portions too small for the high price you pay . I've never been disappointed with the quality of food. Desserts are excellent . What makes me think that the poor critiques are by people who also smear places like Helen's of 7 Springs or the Carlton Downtown.

Pros: Meal uniqueness, quiet, Attentive service

Cons: Small portion, Too expensive

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The Hydholde Rest. is a very romantic place with excellent meals. We enjoyed everything - the salad, appatizers and main course. We left full and satisfied. A bit high on price, but for a special occasion - very worth the experience and cuisine. We highly recommend the restaurant.

2
★★★★★

The Hydholde Rest. is a very romantic place with excellent meals. We enjoyed everything - the salad, appatizers and main course. We left full and satisfied. A bit high on price, but for a special occasion - very worth the experience and cuisine. We highly recommend the restaurant.

Pros: romantic, great food, great service

Cons: a bit pricey

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I really cannot believe that some people actually like this place! Everything, the food, service, the "so called" Chef and even the restaurant manager are downright pitiful. Please don't think that the age old saying "You get what you pay for" applies here. The food that they call "Fine Dining" is just stolen from any famous chef's cookbook and then "poorly" recreated and then presented to the customer as something original.
I would know because I trained at the Culinary Institute of America (CIA). I urge anyone that works hard for their money not to WASTE it here.

P.S. I noticed on their website that you can take cooking lessons from these short-order cooks for something like $225.00, What a JOKE!

0
★☆☆☆☆

I really cannot believe that some people actually like this place! Everything, the food, service, the "so called" Chef and even the restaurant manager are downright pitiful. Please don't think that the age old saying "You get what you pay for" applies here. The food that they call "Fine Dining" is just stolen from any famous chef's cookbook and then "poorly" recreated and then presented to the customer as something original.
I would know because I trained at the Culinary Institute of America (CIA). I urge anyone that works hard for their money not to WASTE it here.

P.S. I noticed on their website that you can take cooking lessons from these short-order cooks for something like $225.00, What a JOKE!

Pros: Romantic

Cons: The "so-called" Chef, Food, Price

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The Hyeholde, as most reviewers have commented, is vastly overpriced - with very average food.
The service is prompt and polite, however the ambience of the place is stuffy and very outdated.
Save your money and go elsewhere!

1
★★☆☆☆

The Hyeholde, as most reviewers have commented, is vastly overpriced - with very average food.
The service is prompt and polite, however the ambience of the place is stuffy and very outdated.
Save your money and go elsewhere!

Pros: nice exterior

Cons: expensive, average food

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This restaurant is extremely overrated! It is poorly managed from the dining room all the way back to the kitchen. Rumor is the famous "Sherry Bisque" is made of Campbell's tomato & split pea soup! They consistently cut corners, which isn't fair to a customer paying an average of $55.00 for a dinner that is less than fine dining. Spend your hard-earned money at a restaurant that truly cares about you.

0
★☆☆☆☆

This restaurant is extremely overrated! It is poorly managed from the dining room all the way back to the kitchen. Rumor is the famous "Sherry Bisque" is made of Campbell's tomato & split pea soup! They consistently cut corners, which isn't fair to a customer paying an average of $55.00 for a dinner that is less than fine dining. Spend your hard-earned money at a restaurant that truly cares about you.

Pros: Romantic, Fireplace, Lynda (The server)

Cons: Expensive, Bland Food, Parking Lot

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Best atmosphere around! However way overpriced for what you get. Food was great however, alittle more goes along way. Waitstaff connot be topped, efficient without being intrusive. Never felt rushed or a bother to the staff. Desserts, Desserts, Dessrts!

2
★★★★★

Best atmosphere around! However way overpriced for what you get. Food was great however, alittle more goes along way. Waitstaff connot be topped, efficient without being intrusive. Never felt rushed or a bother to the staff. Desserts, Desserts, Dessrts!

Pros: Atmosphere, waitstaff, food

Cons: EXPENSIVE

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Since changing owners the Hyeholde has gone downhill. The serving size is meager and the prices too high. They are getting by on the old reputation. The last time we ate there, we went to Montour Hts. afterward and had dinner.

0
★☆☆☆☆

Since changing owners the Hyeholde has gone downhill. The serving size is meager and the prices too high. They are getting by on the old reputation. The last time we ate there, we went to Montour Hts. afterward and had dinner.

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Have been there for lunch celebrations several times and I still feel confined at times. There is something to the old charm though the dress of the servers are somewhat from the olden times. The menu prices seem pricey though I must admit that the food there is great and would b ehard to find elsewhere. Service is excellent.

2
★★★★☆

Have been there for lunch celebrations several times and I still feel confined at times. There is something to the old charm though the dress of the servers are somewhat from the olden times. The menu prices seem pricey though I must admit that the food there is great and would b ehard to find elsewhere. Service is excellent.

Cons: Parking, Accessibility

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The vegetarian plate was wonderful! Creative and fresh, it utilized many of the fresh vegetables of the season.

2
★★★★★

The vegetarian plate was wonderful! Creative and fresh, it utilized many of the fresh vegetables of the season.

Pros: Quiet dining areas, Country-like setting

Cons: Expensive, Difficult to find

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The Hyeholde Restaurant is one of the most overrated, overpriced restaraunts in the city. If you are under the age of 60, you probably will not see, anyone else your age. My one word of advice, don't go there. You'll drop over $100 and wonder what you spent it on.

1
★★☆☆☆

The Hyeholde Restaurant is one of the most overrated, overpriced restaraunts in the city. If you are under the age of 60, you probably will not see, anyone else your age. My one word of advice, don't go there. You'll drop over $100 and wonder what you spent it on.

Pros: None

Cons: Location, Food, Value

 

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