Claremont in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Reservations. Discover best restaurants in Claremont with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4 based on 277 reviews
We had Sunday Brunch here while staying at the Inn during warmer weather & sat outside on the patio. The patio & views of the river were awesome! - right next to the water. The items available for brunch were excellent & our server was attentive. The restaurant atmosphere is very nice - you can see the water running underneath the restaurant from inside (see photo) ...really a neat place!
I would definitely recommend a visit to this restaurant!
4 based on 1 reviews
We all know Dunkin Donuts. This on, however, includes friendly, smiling, accommodating staff that is there to make your morning coffee or afternoon snack a pleasant experience and not just a "grab and go" moment.
4 based on 1 reviews
Service is very good with pleasant workers. Orders are usually accurate. Both DD's in Claremont have been totally remodeled and are comfortable and clean. Would go there more often if I would no gain so much weight.
4.5 based on 119 reviews
We've eaten here for lunch several times and it's always been a wonderful experience. Tonight we were here for dinner before a show at the Opera House. I called ahead for a table - which was a good move since the wait was 45+ minutes when we arrived. Staff was kind enough to take our reservation. We had a nice high table in the bar area. As I mentioned, it was a busy night and space was tight. The walls, covered with metal, are beautiful and add to the ambiance, but the sound just rang off of the smooth surface. We were frustrated by the noise and can usually handle LOUD music, etc. The service was friendly - our food was good - I had the fish tacos, he had the shrimp fajitas. Both had a nice heat with fresh flavors - including mango on the tacos! Note to self - don't go for dinner when there's a how in town.
4.5 based on 42 reviews
We are a small family owned business offering fresh, locally sourced sandwiches, salads, and soups. Gifford's ice cream is available after 3:00 pm. Vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free options are available.
Our small group of friends stopped here for lunch after checking out the bookstore next to Farro Deli. It was excellent. We sat around a table near the window, talked, relaxed and enjoyed our lunch. We never felt rushed. There is outside seating that was a popular place also.
The wrap that I got was fresh and delicious. I like the fact that I could get avocado, bean sprouts, baby spinach, tomato and smoked Turkey on a spinach wrap with a delicious dressing.
4 based on 107 reviews
With a large group. Ordered taco/nachos. Friendly waitress. All but three orders came out, last 3 orders came out 15 minutes after rest of group. Was told they got an order for 8 pizzas so our orders were delayed. Made me feel like our orders were unimportant. Great garlic knots. Won't go back. When a group orders together they should be served together.
4.5 based on 25 reviews
Wanting a late lunch but ended up having dinner as the server and kitchen was so accommodating , we ordered soups, scallops, clams and haddock . Loved the popovers , corn chowder was delicious , seafood was prepared perfectly . Server was friendly ,funny and awesome and talked us into homemade pie, chocolate and coconut cream which were some of the best I've ever tasted. We left with doggy bags and looked forward to enjoying leftovers . Prices were good , can't wait to return.
4.5 based on 16 reviews
This is one of a dew Ice Cream Places in town. They are located next to the river and have outside only eating with picnic tables. Ice cream is a little pricey, but they are good and do attract a large crowd.
4 based on 29 reviews
I have eaten here for lunch, this is the first time for dinner. We had eel avocado rolls, tuna avocado rolls,a spicy shrimp roll, yellowtail and masago. The eel was wonderful, slightly warm and tasty. The spicy shrimp was really spicy as was the green masago.
The only downside is they didn't seem to be able to make a proper pot of green tea. Oh and the hibachi tables are close to the dinner tables making the atmosphere a bit loud until they turned off the fans.
3.5 based on 41 reviews
Every Friday during the summer I go with a group of children from our camp. They (Imperial) always set up a space for us, and we are made to feel welcome. It is certainly family friendly, and the buffet layout allows kids to pick something from sight rather than from a menu. There are fresh Japanese dishes as well as the chines buffet items. And for the really traditional child (or adult) there are plenty of American menu items.
The food is not outstanding, that is not the purpose there. But good, well organized, family friendly food IS.
So, go and have a good time!
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