A favorite for any lover of the japanese steak house. The usual talented cheifs and great food. Downside: Small area so seating is limited. Stop by when your in the area
Good breakfast/brunch place, particularly if you enjoyed a little too much of River Street the night before. It's further from the river, so it doesn't get as many tourists, and it's a Savannah tradition, with plenty of locals. The portions are generous, and there's a great selection of traditional and local breakfast.
The chicken fingers (insert funny graphic of their logo with a rooster giving you the bird here) were farking amazing, sooo tasty, tender and juicy, amazing. I was on the hunt for some real good southern fired chicken and was not happy when they didnt have is listed verbatim on the menu, so went with the chicken fingers, dreading chicken 'like' substance. Man was it good, and not overpriced even for a waterfront joint, excellent lunch action,
The menu had several sandwich choices that sounded pretty good, but I bypassed those options for the shrimp and grits. The menu boasts that this dish is a Southern Living dish of the year or something along those lines.
We each ordered the spinach salad topped with Gorgonzola cheese, toasted pecans, currants, sauteed onions, and a delicious balsamic vinaigrette. A great touch. The waiter kept our drinks full and was very pleasant and non-hovering. For the types of places you'll find on River Street, this one is one of the better food establishments.
One of the better spots we tried in Savannah. Seemed a bit pricey for the quality of the food but if you're out for a nice night on the town, this is a very good place to go. I would have brought my wife here if she was with me. The restaurant is actually on multiple levels with the second floor being the kitchen so you have to take the elevator to get to the 3rd floor seating area.
This is the place in savannah to go for the best meal you can possibly get. Anything else is just wasting your time, trust me. There is also an incredible flower shop on the same block. I dont remember the name, but its out of this world. If you really want to impress someone, just get a beautiful arrangement from the shop and take them to dinner here.
The food was also extremely tasty --- I had scallops with apricots and veggie kabobs, and it was all very yummy. This was my first experience with Moroccan food, but it won't be my last!
Cafe Ambrosia ranks as the best cafe in Savannah in all categories - atmosphere, quality of coffee and food, location, and price. In the four days that I visited this fun city, I went to Cafe Ambrosia twice (and considering the number of other coffee establishments in the vicinity that says something!). Feel free to try all the others - but Cafe Ambrosia will be the one that you come back to.
The aps, mains, and deserts were fantastic; the only reason this review is 4 stars instead of 5 was the cost of the meal. My dining parter and myself were treated with a $100 gift certificate; a single drink and a couple courses each later and the certificate was history. It seemed a little pricey for the standard bistro fare, so although we enjoyed it we're holding our for another $100 gift certificate to show up before we make a reservation again.