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Horseradish Grill

American Restaurant

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brunch • trout • biscuits • fried chicken

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  • Photo of Atlanta Net
    3 years ago
    Traditional favorites like the shrimp and grits or trout are a good choice, but for a change of pace, go for the venison meatloaf or fish special of the evening.
  • Photo of Barbara S
    3 months ago
    My favorite lunchtime restaurant.This is a great little restaurant with lots of charm. The food is very fresh. The staff is excellent. Outside seating is great, weather permitting. Love their trout and the pear salad.
  • Photo of A TripAdvisor Member
    We live in the neighborhood so it's convenient and good! They close too early in my opinion, but sure make great martinis! The food is always good and servers friendly!:)
  • Photo of Richard P
    4 months ago
    I will start by saying that, until recently, my girlfriend and I loved this place and went there fairly often. It was our "Go To" place for birthdays, taking friends from out of town, etc. After a couple of recent mediocre meals and Saturday night's unimpressive experience, we have decided to scratch Horseradish off our list. I'll skip the other experiences and just relate Saturday night's dinner. First of all, it was a dear friend taking us out for my girlfriend's birthday, so we had to pretend that everything was wonderful. It wasn't. We arrived early and there was no crowd, so we were seated right away and the waiter seemed pretty nice. My girlfriend had the duck and said it was undercooked and not very good. The side dish of sweet potato fries looked like an afterthought and the portion size was embarrassingly small. I had a steak which was decent, but not very hot. (the HRG steak sauce was great!) My entre came with "shoe string potatoes" and they were more of a decoration than a side dish. They were cold. I didn't care for the spinach side that was listed on the menu so I asked for the Four Cheese Macaroni and Cheese instead. They charged us for the substitution and it wasn't even particularly hot. (Personally, I think a substitution charge is ridiculous. It's just petty, especially when you're paying $30.00+ for an entre.) If we had been there on our own I would have sent it back. My girlfriend, who will normally accept just about anything, said she would have sent her under-cooked duck back, too. The waiter disappeared for most of the meal, so even if we had wanted to send the food back we couldn't have. He just disappeared. (Unfortunately, this seems to be a trend at HRG.) When I needed a refill on my tea I had to flag down someone else. (The restaurant was NOT crowded at the time.) The meal for 3 was over $100.00, and for that price we could have had better food at Longhorn....twice. I really hate to give them a bad rating, but Saturday night was not a good experience, and, as noted, our last couple of visits there were not great, either. Maybe we've just been unlucky recently because we have had some great meals there in the past, but it seems to be going downhill and not worth the time and trouble to go there. So sad.
  • Photo of SSAI25
    4 months ago
    We have always enjoyed dinner at this restaurant - this was our first lunch experience which disappointed. Outside it was in the 80's ~ inside the restaurant was freezing. We asked the staff to adjust the AC temperature however even after a slight adjustment to the AC and changing tables it remained too cold to feel comfortable. We ordered our meals - one order was the fried chicken which disappointed. The chicken was difficult to drive a knife through. Tough on the outside, & just ok flavor. The accompanying vegetable arrived several minutes later with an apology. At that point I was halfway through the meal. Difficult to overlook this experience and it remained too cold to even partially enjoy the experience of dining at one of our favorite restaurants. Not sure we will hurry back for more anytime soon...
  • Photo of Kay M
    5 months ago
    A friend of mine suggested this place because some friends of hers got engaged here, and it wasn't in the highly trafficked areas of Atlanta. I got there several minutes before my friend, so I had a glass of very good rose' at the bar. It's a nice bar with an extensive wine list and many good bourbons and vodkas, among other liquors. We were seated next to a window in a well lit dining room, and our server was very attentive. My only real comment was that the menu was totally unimaginative. I was hoping for something a little creative, but it looked like every other basic menu: pork chop, salmon, duck breast, chopped salad, wedge salad, Caesar salad. Blahhhhh. My grouper was cooked to perfection, but it was supposed to have a crab succotash under it. It was basically corn and red peppers. My friend had pecan-crusted trout. She was not that happy with it but didn't want to rock the boat. She ate most of it but was disappointed. I imagine this place has loyal followers who live or work near it. I probably would not go out of my way to return here. Free valet.
  • Photo of 994Catlover
    7 months ago
    We just celebrated our grandson's graduation from high school with a meal at The Horseradish Grill. It has a warm, welcoming atmosphere in a place that looks like a rustic country home. It is located across the street from Chastain Park and an area full of lovely homes. We had a wonderful meal that was served quickly. Everything was so well organized during the meal. We watched the efficiency of the wait staff and were amazed at how well everything went. Appetizers, pimento cheese grit fritters and Calamari were ordered , which were delicious. Angel biscuits with sweet pecan butter were also very good. The fried chicken, trout, scallops, and shrimp were great meals. Then two desserts were ordered , the fresh homemade pecan pie and the Kentucky Oatmeal Spice Cake topped with homemade caramel ice cream which we all shared. The pecan pie was marvelous as was the spice cake. I highly recommend these two desserts. You won't be disappointed. It was a very pleasant experience with fabulous food. Don't miss it.
  • Photo of et7351
    7 months ago
    Food was great. Even though the restaurant was crowded we were seated quickly. Our waiter was very efficient.
  • Photo of Mauri S
    7 months ago
    We made a reservation but still had to wait for our table because the restaurant was packed on Saturday night. The appetizers were enough for a meal: we split the "wedge salad" which was loaded with bacon and extras. The fried green tomatoes were also excellent and certainly lets you know you are in the South! Our little group enjoyed the fish, the pork and a seasonal roasted vegetable plate. All thoroughly tasty. It was a bit noisy and busy for an intimate conversation, so don't go there on a Saturday night if that's what you want.
  • Photo of TravelerD2016
    7 months ago
    Okay so this is my second review of Horseradish Grill because they deserve it. I was here last year with a coworker. I had to return to Atlanta a year later and there was no way I wasn't having dinner here at least once during this week. Our server last year was Brittany. I asked if she was around and she came by to say hello. She actually remembered and asked about my coworker. Just goes to show what an awesome place with awesome staff this is. Daniel was my server this time and he gets accolades too. I enjoyed the halibut special. No disappointment there. Nice glass of white wine. Those delicious biscuits with the honey butter and preserves. I tried to pace myself so I could enjoy everything. For dessert I just couldn't do something different so I had the oatmeal spice cake again. If you are in the ATL you MUST come here for a special treat from start to finish. Way to go Horseradish Grill.
  • Photo of richard0822
    8 months ago
    Excellent menu and the food was fantastic. Monday night 1/2 price all bottles of wine, great selection. Lamb was cooked perfect. Deserts are huge.
  • Photo of Sherry O
    8 months ago
    I hadn't been in a long while. A couple of friends and I decided to go on a whim. We didn't have reservations and seemed to get attitude for that even though the middle of the restaurant was empty. There was no room at the bar so we asked for a table. She crab soup was great. My friends got the fried green tomatoes and calamari and said they were good. My menu had several squashed bugs on it and the several things flying around which you would expect if you were outside. We decided to only have appetizers and drinks. Overall we enjoyed it but the server wasn't exactly in top of it. He kept forgetting the biscuits. Charged the wrong meal to 2 credit cards. Michael at the valet stand was great. Think it will be a while before I go back.
  • Photo of GAHighRoller
    10 months ago
    We went with a group for a birthday dinner. The place has a great atmosphere. My food we OK, not great. I had a Caesar Salad and the special flounder entree. The salad was good, I thought the fish was very dry and not well seasoned. Wife had the trout which looked much better. Maybe the best part was the chocolate cake that came for our friend having the birthday. It was extremely good. I probably didn't order well, I just did not think that the special was very special.
  • Photo of rpgrodzicki
    10 months ago
    We sat for 50 minutes and our order never arrived, excuses did come but no food, staff was indifferent to our plight, manager was completely unconcerned. Can't comment on the food, never saw it!
  • Photo of mary4394
    10 months ago
    I was visiting Atlanta and took my son and his fiancé to The Horseradish Grill. I had eaten here years ago, and they had never been. It is a pretty secluded and quiet restaurant away from the hustle and bustle of Atlanta. Our server, Britney, started us out with angel biscuits with a sweet pecan butter and some type of jam. After that we shared the pimento cheese and grits fritters which were delicious. My son and his fiancé both had the chopped salad and I had the poached pear salad. For his entree my son had the blackened ribeye and his fiancé and I shared the lamb chops. Our food and service were wonderful.
  • Photo of KDeegs423
    10 months ago
    Our waiter, Brandt, was great - attentive, friendly and accurate! Food was fabulous, from grouper and trout to lamb chops and steak. Desserts were also very tasty, from the scrumptious homemade caramel ice cream to the creme brulee and red velvet cake (which was enormous!). Will definitely return!!
  • Photo of cmentonelli
    10 months ago
    Serving generations of locals great club style foods for lunch or dinner. Classic fish sandwhich is amazing
  • Photo of Sunny1967
    10 months ago
    Friends recently introduced us to this restaurant, and I can't wait to go back. The food and friendly service were excellent. The seasonal menu offers a variety of main dishes to please everyone. We ordered the mountain trout and the steak dish, and both were excellent. Be sure to make reservations ahead of time.
  • Photo of sladeatlanta
    a year ago
    A great venue for a special occasion or just a week night out, the Horseradish Grill never fails to please. The restaurant was here when we moved to the neighborhood 20+ years ago, and it's as good or better than ever. The mountain trout and fried chicken have long been their go-to specialties. The service here is very smooth and professional and the drinks are excellent as well.
  • Photo of rccampbelljr
    a year ago
    We booked a table via OpenTable and walked right in. The food, ambience, and staff are excellent. The music is a nod to the early 1900s, so it seems kind of old. However, that doesn't ruin the experience. There's complimentary valet, since parking is scarce. No need to order an appetizer, since they pass out biscuits. It can get pricey, but I don't mind paying since I always leave satisfied.
  • Photo of Dealmaker
    a year ago
    Our family enjoyed a Sunday Brunch at Horseradish Grill. This restaurant is in the Chastain Park area where on nice days you can dine in a very nice outdoor setting.The food is southern style and very good. The biscuits and homemade red raspberry jam are excellent. Very nice brunch menu and nice portions. It is nice to see proprietor Steve Alterman visible and making sure all goes well.

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