Crestview Hills in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Takeout. Discover best restaurants in Crestview Hills with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
4 based on 185 reviews
I visited here twice in February. The first time I ordered the Popeye spinach wrap. The sandwich was good, but there were two hairs and lint on my plate. I thought I would overlook that and visit again. This time I ordered the Kentucky Hot Brown and mashed potatoes. The hot brown was alright, but the potatoes were not only instant, they were cold. Sent them back. Sad to say I will not visit again.
3.5 based on 51 reviews
This restaurant is a very popular one in Northern Kentucky. Always crowded on a pretty day. We met another couple for happy hour and sat outside. The price was right and the service was attentive. Very good experience. Our only complaint was the Chicken wings . There was a sign saying " best wings in Northern Kentucky. you look at the menu,the wings are listed at Jumbo wings! And they looked amazing. In the picture!!!! We decided to get the large order to split it 4 ways. The wings were served and all four of us looked at the wings and then at each other and started laughing! They were so small they looked like pigeon wings! Far cry from the picture! More like mini wings than jumbo! LOL! We showed them to the manager just to see his reaction! We said "Sir,do these look like jumbo wings to you? " and with a straight face he said " yes those are our jumbo wings! They have jumbo listed on the box!" Oh well...what do you do! Hope they get a new supplier!
4.5 based on 16 reviews
The China Star is now one of most favorite Chinese restaurants. It is a small, cozy restaurant that is privately owned with the owners always present. The service is welcoming and friendly. The food is very good always prepared with fresh ingredients. The vegetable rolls are especially good and are a must try. The lunch menu is well planned and an excellent value. The dinner menu is much larger with several specialties. They have a steady takeout service as well. This is one of those small restaurants that is an excellent find.
4.5 based on 61 reviews
Wife and I came here with some good friends for a relaxing night out because we have all had a stressful week. So we took our time and just relaxed catching up on families and situations, and anything else we could possibly talk about. As always, the service is great here. You do not have just one server - any of the staff will give you fill ups on drinks or anything else you need. Pizza is the main dish - they do have other items on the menu, but the pizza is the best around, in my opinion. Have tried several of the specialty pizzas and the seasonal specials in the past. But tonight was half pep and half Bronx Bomber, all with extra cheese. Get a side salad, and you have a filling meal. We normally have left overs so we have a second lunch the next day. I like this place a lot.
4.5 based on 70 reviews
It's the first Indian restaurant we tried in this area and very much liked it. The food is good, ambiance is nice and service is quite quick.
We went with Paneer Pakoda as an appetizer followed by the Vegetarian Thali which included an appetizer (again!!!) of two pakodas, a papad and a batata vada, followed by the main thali/plate of two naans, two subzi/curry (Aloo Chole and Paneer Matar), white rice with peas, daal, raita and gulaab jaamun. Overall, the food was delicious - almost every item. The only problem we found was with sabzi. While Aloo Chole was short on salt, Paneer Matar had this weird sweet taste - completely uncharacteristic. However, the star was the appetizer that was delicious. Rice - very well cooked. Raita was quite creamy and the salt was lifting up the flavor. Gulaab Jamun was a perfect closure as it was delicious - quite coarse from inside but the sweet taste was absolutely brilliant.
Well lit and plenty of room with high ceiling giving quite a bit of air to breathe. Neat and clean restaurant.
Service was quite good. The gentleman attending us did not vanish into thin air after getting us seating, unlike what we have normally observed in other Indian restaurants in the US. However, he needs to get an idea of Indian spice level when he speaks out the scale. He said that HOT will be quite hot even by Indian standards, so we went for moderate HOT to be on the safe side. However, that level of spice in the curries and daal was minimal and we could have easily gone for a scale or two above.
A must visit restaurant if you want to get some quality Indian food.
4.5 based on 285 reviews
There are still restaurants that combine near perfect home style cooking with impeccable southern charm right here in northern Kentucky, (Thanks Carla for the superb service). From the fantastic (already raves about by others) fried chicken to the onion ring appetizer, to the soft fire in the fireplace, this was a perfect after Christmas afternoon.
4.5 based on 15 reviews
The daily selection of pastries may not be all that expansive, but whatever they're offering is bound to be scrumptious. Just the delicious smells of the shop are enough to keep one hovering over the counters looking at the all the goodies. We often buy a loaf of bread along with pastries... their bread is excellent!
4.5 based on 24 reviews
I drive by frequently when visiting family, but had never stopped until recently. Frankly, I was expecting the coffee to be better based on opinions of others. It was "okay" or "average" -- not on par with many personal comps. The atmosphere was nice; service was extremely courteous and all around a good experience. Coffee just needs to taste better.
Was it just a bad day? Not representative?
As I prefer not to rush to judgement I still voted 4 stars based on all factors and will be perfectly willing to write a more positive review if future visits indicate this visit was not the norm.
5 based on 53 reviews
Handcrafted for Five Generations Since 1870. Louis and Regina Graeter started handcrafting Graeter's Ice Cream in 1870. Today, generations later, we proudly remain family owned and operated. This is made possible thanks to you, our legion of loyal fans. For a century and a half, Graeter's has remained steadfast in our commitment to making ice cream in 2 gallon French Pots one batch at a time.
Graeter's is always terrific. In fact, we just sent two six packs of ice cream to our adult kids in New Hampshire. We indulged ourselves with sundaes. Worth every calorie! My only suggestion is that there should be more than just one table and four chairs inside. They've set up a number outside, but not everyone wants to bake in the summer heat.
4.5 based on 44 reviews
Growing up in Chicago I had access to good gyros. A Good gyros requires the meat be carved from a large roast. Imitators grill packaged slices. This place is the real McCoy. My personal preference is pita, meat and onion - since to me the cold tomato and sauce only makes the sandwich cold and sloppy. If you have never had one before, I recommend you get the tomatoes and sauce on the side so you can experiment. The serving of meat is large so I order an extra piece of pita bread, divide the meat and onions, and take a sandwich home to freeze. They microwave back to life just fine.
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