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18482 MacArthur Blvd Irvine, CA 92612
18482 Macarthur BoulevardUSCaliforniaIrvine92612
$$Restaurant, BarToday 5–9:30PM
Saturday 5–9:30PMSunday 5AM–9PMMonday 11:30AM–3PM, 5–9PMTuesday 11:30AM–3PM, 5–9PMWednesday 11:30AM–3PM, 5–9PMThursday 11:30AM–3PM, 5–9PMFriday 5–9:30PM
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Servers sport period costumes at this British house of prime rib with a historical atmosphere.- Google
"The prime rib was excellent,, as was the house cream corn and bread."
"Swimming in Ye Olde English atmosphere, this place really has great atmosphere."
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Jody B. Schade
a month ago
Someone needs to change this website and the hours of operation! There were about 6 of us outside yesterday wanting lunch. We went off of this website. I had called about Monday and the dingbat that answered the phone had no clue. Say's 11:30-3:30 open for lunch. The sign at the door say's 5-9pm. Very disappointed. Of course, NOW I see someone changed it. So, are they open Monday's 11:30-3:00 AND 5-9?
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Neil Gipson
3 months ago
This place is fantastic! My family and I have been going here for 20+ years and have never been disappointed. The Prime Rib is amazing, the cream corn is to die for and the interior is set to that of a rich old English manor house. When you make your reservations as to sit in the room with the fireplace. It's a large stone hearth fireplace that really adds to the ambiance. They also decorate for the holidays and it is simply amazing to behold!!
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Will Everly
3 months ago
I have been going to Gulliver's several times a year since 1993, if not before. Always the best experience possible. The prime rib was excellent,, as was the house cream corn and bread. -WE
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Javier Enriquez
2 months ago
Prime Rib here is great
Richard Kelly
2 months ago
I hate to enter anything negative about Gullivers since I have going to three of their locations since the mid 1970's. Everything has remained essentially the same. Great atmosphere and service. It had been a while since we dined there so we went last night. We both ordered the Prime Rib (Gullivers Cut) and we both found it to be a bit "chewy". Whatever happened to that melt in you mouth sensation. They still have that great creamed corn and triffle (although served a bit differently now) but still great. I told a couple of my friends in Newport Beach that I was going there for dinner and both of them said the Prime Rib is not a good as it use to be. They recommend the 5 Crowns Restaurant which I believe is/was owned by Lawrys. I have been there also and I agree it's fabulous. I do recommend the Duck and Rack of Lamb at Gullivers which I'll be back for but unfortunately no more Prime Rib. I am waiting for a call from the Manager of the restaurant to see if they have changed the sourcing of their prime and will update this comment with his response to be fair.
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Richard Wilcox
11 months ago
Walked in while looking for a place to have dinner after a seminar at the Atrium Hotel. We were greeted warmly and seated right away on a Friday night without reservations. My wife and I had great dinners. She had duck & I had the combo. Both were great. Will definitely return.
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Travis Coble
a year ago
A buddy and I stumbled upon this place by mistake (we had meant to go to the El Torito next door!). Little did I know you aren't an OC native until ypuve dined at Gulliver's. First thinls first: great steak; the prime rib melts in your mouth! Also, for the more adventurous I HIGHLY recommend the escargot (if you love sauteed mushrooms, you will definitely enjoy). So why only four stars? Honestly the ambiance is dated, to say the least... If you've ever wondered what an American interpretation of a traditional German roadhouse would be like, I think they nailed it. Also, avoid the spinach (odd, as I usually enjoy the stuff)!
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a year ago
Been to Gullivers over the years but this time was a dissapointment. My wife and I had steak and lobster. It was our anniversary dinner. The lobster was excellent and not overcooked like many places, but a little pricey for the size. She had filet and she liked it. I ordered the charbroiled ribeye charred rare but it was medium so I sent it back. The replacement came out within 5 minutes. Hmmm. Well it was rare but I swear they just cut a piece rare primerib and put the mushroom wine sauce on it. I regret I didn't call them out on that. It was prime rib and not a charbroiled steak. Charbroiling would have grill marks and crusted edges but it was prime rib. Guess we won't be back.
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