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Wild Orchid Cafe
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200 Westgate Cir #104 Annapolis, MD 21401
200 Westgate Circle #104USMarylandAnnapolis21401
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Creative, seasonal American cuisine in chic, modern surroundings with full bar service & a lounge.- Google
"The food was good - butternut squash soup was amazing."
"I have been to Wild Orchid twice now."
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Jason Barrie
3 years ago
The food was good - butternut squash soup was amazing. Our waiter was very nice and the decor is beautiful. But the floor was filthy, like a Chuck-E-Cheese and when the hostess sat us down, there were crumbs on my seat and on the bench next to my wife's seat. Unacceptable for a $100 meal - we won't be back.
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Tom Casey
4 years ago
Best restaurant in Annapolis and we've been to them all! !!
A Google User
5 years ago
New location has parking but not the charm of the Eastport spot. Sever was too young to tell us about the wine. Fish was undercooked (IE raw in the middle- not translucent). Side dishes consisted of roasted cauliflower and additional portion of mashed cauliflower… did not get that. Disapolinted.
A Google User
5 years ago
The place is different from the old location, where the Cafe was just that - a converted house with wooden tables and chairs. This has about 10 times as many tables, where the predecessor restaurant only lasted a year or so. I think they took over all the furnishings but brought new glassware, silverware, etc. The padded banquette was more comfortable. No complaints - it seems to be settling down since moving from Eastport. Our party of 5 all reported they enjoyed the meal, though one commented that it isn't as special as the old place. The waitress was attentive and knowledgeable, though a little slow getting our first bottle of wine (probably had to fetch it from the cellar?) The Wild Orchid salad was still a standout, the rockfish was good as always, and my dessert, a taster of creme brulee, got raves from myself and the friend I shared it with.
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Brian O'Shea
2 years ago
Not very good food for the price. Our steak was overcooked and sides had too much salt.
A Google User
3 years ago
I have been to Wild Orchid twice now. The first time with a large group, and the second time as a small pair. Initially, the food was "okay". No one complained, actually everyone raved about how good everything had been. However, this second visit was pretty awful. We ordered the butternut squash soup and crab cakes....both had pieces of crab shelling in the food. Nasty! Our water glasses were dirty with old food particles stuck on the rim. And when ordered their self-proclaimed amazing dessert of red velvet cake, it was old and dry. The cake crumbled with the slightest touch and the icing was hard. Needless to say, they have a few issues they need to get worked out at the wild orchid. (Especially after we spent 120$ on a subpar meal).
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A Google User
2 years ago
one of the worst meals i have had in annapolis. the meal was served at room temperture. the rock fish was brown and dry as a bone a gentle in our party asked if he could have mashed potato instead of sweet the waited said it was already plated we hadn't even placed our order !!!!! i noticed he didn' t eat his meal. l called to complain but they never called me back.
A Google User
5 years ago
We had eaten here before and loved it. So we went back hoping for another good experience. What a horrible disappointment. The service was great and friendly the place has good atmosphere. But the food is awful. I had Osso Bucco. It may have been made a week previously. It was cooked beyond recognition old dead vegetables laid next to the overcooked meat. It sat atop a glop of something that resembled oatmeal but was supposed to be either polenta or risotto, you couldn't tell. My wife had Duck and it was dry and bland. Our salad looked like it came off a cafeteria line. The wine list was short and was populated by things you might find at a corner beer store. But the meal was expensive, close to $200 with dessert. Spare yourself, there are so many better choices. We were told they were relocating so as to be able to expand their catering service. The food could easily have been leftovers from a serving prepared earlier in the week. We ate at Addies in Rockville the next day and oh what a difference to eat where someone cares about their craft, and uses fresh ingredients.
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