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Orchids at Palm Court is an award-winning fine dining restaurant located in the National Historic Landmark Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza. Executive Chef Todd Kelly is the American Culinary Federation's 2011-2012 USA Chef of the Year, the highest honor given by the 50,000+ chef organization. “Top Cincinnati Restaurant” by Zagat (2011, 2012, 2013) and named "One of the Top 100 Restaurants in USA" and "One of the Top 100 for Best Service in USA" by OpenTable, 2011, 2012 & 2013; AAA 4 Diamond (2006-2012). Orchids offers a contemporary American menu that is seasonally updated with local ingredients. With breathtaking French Art Deco including two-story Romanesque murals, rare Brazilian rosewood,…
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The burger was blah! The soup (French onion) was blah as well.. cost a bomb.. disappointing.
Also, one of the reviews talked about a buffet-style meal. That is definitely not the case.
Try the Hyatt next door.
Brunch is one of the best ever, and on a separate day, the ten course fixed price menu wine matched tasting was amazing. Truly one of the best restaurant experiences I’ve had. The beautiful Brazilian hardwood adorning the walls is magnificent, just truly memorable all...More
For my 70th birthday I wanted a special celebration, not an ordinary dinner out at a chain restaurant. I searched for a fabulous restaurant in Cincinnati that featured chateaubriand with bearnaise sauce—-and found it on the menu at Orchids at Palm Court in the Cincinnati...More
We just had a wonderful dinner at Orchids. We have visited many times over the past ten years as our son lives in Cincinnati. As always, the food was wonderful as was our server, Tate. We had lamb, a strip steak, and smoked salmon. Plus,...More
Thank you Adomia for friendly professional service. Very nice and not crowded. Excellent choice of breakfast food. Not every thing in the world you could imagine but you certainly won’t good hungry. Quite and not rushed. Just a nice place for breakfast with or without...More
There 16 of us at two tables yet the service was so quiet and effective and personalized that it was an intimate dining experience. Each course was perfect. The grouper was my entree and it was delicious.
From the friendly face of Kelly upon arrival at valet, to the expert recommendations of our waiter, Solomon, and the superb wine pairings and conversation with our table captain, Joel, our 25th anniversary celebration was perfect. Orchids is a treasure!
Response from tjacobs101 | Reviewed this property |
While we were there, the patrons mostly wore business casual. There were many tables with the diners in suits and more upscale wear. Therefore, you would be comfortable in either depending on your taste and the occasion.