Located across the street from the Savannah River in the historic downtown district, Chart House is situated in the oldest masonry building in the ... More
Chart House Restaurant - Savannah
Located across the street from the Savannah River in the historic downtown district, Chart House is situated in the oldest masonry building in the state of Georgia. Combine the extraordinary setting with outstanding cuisine & it's not hard to see why the restaurant is a longtime favorite. Since 1961, Chart House has been dedicated to providing the ideal dining experience. With 30 historic, waterfront & showcase locations across the U.S., Chart House offers spectacular views & exceptional service that you're sure to enjoy. From fresh fish specialties to slow-roasted prime rib, our renowned chefs have tailored a menu to complement local cuisine while introducing a hint of the exotic. Choose from our famous entrees such as Macadamia Crusted Mahi, Pan Seared Scallops and Oscar Medallions. We also offer a daily selection of fresh fish, an extensive collection of fine wines & decadent desserts like our famous Hot Chocolate Lava Cake. Low country fare is also featured on our menu.
Phenomenol..... Amazing server who made this such a memorable experience.... Went back to the kitchen to take a picture of the Fried Green Tomatoes for us... Took excellent care of us.... The Executive Chef was kind enough to come out to our table to see how we enjoyed the meal... Food was delicious.... Fish n Chips, spinach salad, Fried Green Tomatoes, Chicken Romani, Mahi Mahi special with Georgia Peaches (Best fish dish ever!!!) Then we asked the server for two take out menus for our two sisters who couldn t join us.... He had the menus personalized telling them we wish they could have joined us!!!!! Wow!!!! Best dining experience of our vacation by far!!!!
Dinner started off by being seated at the wrong table, my son’s meal was wrong & the server said “oh” and walked off never making it right, the server placed my to-go-box (leftovers) in a used bag with someone else’s food on the outside of the bag. I made it clear that it was my husband’s birthday and he was about to deploy to Afghanistan so I wanted to make it special. The server did not even wish him a Happy Birthday, he also left the candle I brought in & handed him off the desert. Server was very rude to my husband & I (to an embarrassing point) even though we stayed very friendly with him trying to change his attitude. Nobody, even server never asked who the meal, appetizer, drinks, desert or after dinner coffee was. $186 later for 2 adults/1 kid & I was furious I wasted my husband’s bday celebration & money at the Chart House. I will never go again. GM said he was sorry afterwards but the damage was done. And nothing was even attempted to make it right. The blew it! But nobody seemed to care.
Don't go...we took a trip to Savannah for Memorial Day weekend, hoping for some good food and fun. At Chart House, we had poor service, below average food, dirty glasses, and just an overall disappointing experience. Not a good first impression, Savannah.
I've decided to try the restaurant after reading the reviews. Clam chowder soup was too salty, so the pilaf, which appeared to be reheated several times. The vegetables were undercooked. The overal food quality is average, but considering the price-poor
after reading reviews I set out for Chart House.
Cool building but very aggressive pushy service and not great food
plus NO LOCAL seafood! South Asian shrimp???!! right here in the heart of shrimp country USA.
I did order some North Carolina trout which was steelhead but I am not feeling well at this point after dinner.
That was one of the only fish from this country period on the menu.
The waiter pushed certain dishes to the point that I felt like I was at a car lot. We were harassed with a long description of a dessert which took 30 min to prepare right as we were served our entrees. The description ended with the question - shall I put that order in for you now then? which was how he ended each description of heavily recommended dishes.
sorry but it was poor service, no local selection of seafood in a port town and just not good.
It was however very expensive
Pink House was excellent by the way and didn't cost a lot more.
Really gourmet , inventive dishes, great service and local seafood.
We purposely by-passed this place on our first visit to Savannah because we knew it was a chain restaurant.....what a mistake! Without a doubt, our dinner there a few nights ago was the finest we've experienced in Savannah. The motif and ambiance blend perfectly along the river & our dinners were excellent.
The Chart House was one of the highlights of our trip.
I must say that if you find this food lacking in flavor, you have over-developed taste-buds or you really have no idea what you're talking about. Everything I've ever eaten at a Chart House has been delicious, including the medium rare New York strip I had at this restaraunt a week ago.
Average restaurant--after reading several reviews of the restaurant and visiting their website, I was expecting exceptional food & service. However, the food was lacking in flavor, and the service was nothing beyond average.
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