Extremely disappointed. My husband and I were in town for the race and had eaten there and had a wonderful experience in 2011 so we thought we would plan a wonderful evening starting with a great dinner July 2013. We made reservations, arrived on time and had to wait to be seated. The dining room was only half full at this time. We ordered and then waited 1 hour for our food to be served. When it finally arrived 3 out of the 4 meals our party ordered were barely warm. The 4th plate was steaming. When the waitress finally came back and asked how our meal was I expressed my concern that my food had been under a heat lamp waiting on the 4th plate. The response from the waitress was that the kitchen could not have put it under a lamp because they had been waiting on us to order. WHAT?! We ordered and were sitting for an hour waiting on them. Could our waitress have not placed the order? We will never know and it really doesn t matter. The end result was a major disappointment. Not only in subpar meal but a subpar waitress and her response to a customer dissatisfaction. Had she responded differently maybe I wouldn t feel so bad. I think next time we are in town we will check out another eating establishment.
We went to Easter Brunch and to celebrate our mother s 75th birthday. We arrived early hoping to land a table a little earlier than our reservation. We called beforehand to try to move it up but could not. They sent us down to the 20th floor to wait and someone would come down to get us . 15 minutes after our reservation time, I called upstairs to see if someone forgot us and what do you know - yes they did. The food was cold and there were only about 8 items to choose from (one being mac and cheese and one being scalloped pototaoes that were not even done) - no bread except some mini bagels and danishes. They ran out of the best thing they had which was chicken fettucine alfredo and did not bring any more out. Salad was lame, egg station was fine except no hot sauce and no attempt to get any. Cocktail shrimp was good. At $40.00 per person, you should not forget anyone or run out of food. The server was the only thing that saved this place, he was very friendly. The guy at the front seemed arrogant and tried to give us some lame excuse for forgetting us. The main manager was very apologetic and did what was right. Maybe a romatic dinner would be better but do not waste your time/money on their Easter Buffet. Our Hilton Hotel had a much better breafast at $10.00 per person.
My husband and I went here for our anniversary. It was awful! I ordered filet mignon, which came only about an inch thick and was triangular shaped (obviously not a quality cut) when I bit into the first bite it was full of gristle. I thought I was going to be sick. I sent the plate back and refused a replacement dish (I wasn't hungry anymore). To add insult to injury they charged me half price, I had eaten 1 bite of steak and 2 bites of potatoes. I complained to the manager, who said that they could not remove it from my bill because they had already submitted the charge, but that they would credit the account and I would see that on my charge card when we got our bill. They never did credit my account. I will never go to the Eagles Nest again.
For a special occasion or a romantic evening this restaurant is breath taking and one of the cities best. The view of the city at night, the wait staff, and the food all compliment each other and come in the perfect package. Good job! Eagle’s Nest I will bring friends when I return.
My boyfriend and I recently dined at Eagle's Nest. The wait staff was friendly and attentive and the food was good. While it was a bit pricey, the overall experience was worth the money. There's no other restaurant in Indianapolis that revolves to give a great view of the city.
My husband and I go to his restaurant alot. We have never had a problem with the food, the service or anything else. The restaurant is clean, elegant, romantic, nice view of the city as the restaurant rotates. The motion isn't really noticeable. I believe it is the only restaurant in Indy that rotates. It's awesome!!!
When we had been dating for 2 years Jerry took me to the Eagle's Nest for dinner. It was very romantic and the view of Downtown Indy was so awesome. However I knew when my menu did not have any prices it was expensive. I had the Steak w/ Wild mushroom sauce I was in Heaven at first bite. I tried to get the Waiter to get me the recipe but he would not. Butthead! LOL
If you want to impress someone, than this is the place to take them. The food price is high, but you are also paying for the view. This is on top of the Hyatt hotel, and the restraunt spins. Making a revolution every 45 minutes or so. They have some excellent wine selections. The desert menue is one of the best! There food is not to bad, but not great.
Food was mediocre, but for the price, it was a complete rip off! The sevice was the worst I had ever experienced, and the staff was horrible. Hard stale rolls to start, the food took hours, couldn't get a drink refill, staff seemed overwhelmed, hurried, and unprofessional. And I was trying to impress some clients, I will never go back, even for a free meal. $350 for a dinner for 4, and we had no liquor. Should be a crime!
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