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The Ritz-Carlton, Half Moon Bay 1 Miramontes Point Rd Half Moon Bay, CA 94019
1 Miramontes Point RoadUSCaliforniaHalf Moon Bay94019
$$$Restaurant, Fine Dining Restaurant
Fine Dining Restaurant
Seafood Restaurant
Today 6AM–12PM, 6–9PM
Saturday 6AM–12PM, 6–9PMSunday 11AM–3PM, 6–9PMMonday 6AM–12PM, 6–9PMTuesday 6AM–12PM, 6–9PMWednesday 6AM–12PM, 6–9PMThursday 6AM–12PM, 6–9PMFriday 6AM–12PM, 6–9PM
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An American menu & elaborate weekend brunch in a Ritz-Carlton dining room with Pacific views.- Google
"Uni lobster fettuccine starter was creamy and addictively tasty."
"Great Mother's Day brunch buffet, with all sorts of goodies."
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Kathryn Hering
in the last week
This place is gorgeous - views are amazing. The food, however, is extremely lacking. It tasted like they just salted everything, no other flavors. The spaghetti chittara was one dish we had that was very tasty - it was pretty much covered in melted butter. Melted butter always tastes amazing. Otherwise go to the Conservatory instead and get the mushroom ravioli - that was delish!
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3 months ago
Super friendly Great quality foods Tasty foods w nice view!! 1of my favorite brunch restaurant
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pvnaa s
5 months ago
Very very good place for relaxation and enjoyment and easily approachable spot in bay area in CA, USA.
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Monica Mui
2 months ago
Great service, excellent views, amazing food!
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Philip Saville
a month ago
The brunch menu is great. From Dim Sum, to Prime Rib. With raw oysters to cold meats and cheese. There are lots of items to taste and enjoy. They also have a wide variety of desserts including Gelato and Creme Brûlée. It is a fixe-prix menu with children being half price (I'm not sure at what age children are charged full price).
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Randy F.
11 months ago
Tip: Quite simply, the best brunch buffet in Northern California. You'll pay heavily for the gorgeous cliff views and upscale service but be rewarded by an impressive food selection including three varieties of caviar, shucked oysters and clam, hand peeled prawns and crab legs, prime rib, and much more. Reservations are mandatory for holidays, but are well worth the price of admission (approaching $100/person).
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Valerie Rodda
a year ago
I enjoy food. Plain and simple. It can be your average sandwich or it can be unpronounceable and unrecognizable to the human eye. Some may call it a being a "foodie" others may say that's a fancy way of calling yourself a fat ass. Doesn't matter how you word it I am always down to try new things as long as I get my grubs on. Sometimes in life you have to treat yourself and spending a $100 a head....(YIKES) for some gourmet buffet then I guess I'm down for the ride! On this Sunday Funday I found myself inside the Ritz. If you want to partake in some brunch they require some reservations. They give you a 2hr time frame and choose from 11:00 or 1:30. My party was seated in the back room which has large windows that let you take in the awesome ocean views. As I was walking towards the room I noticed how elegantly the desserts were individually perfectly placed upon the shelves. Navigating my way through the food stations I noticed how well done the food set up was, definitely a feast for the eyes. Set up in sections they had your sushi/sashimi (very limited selection) oysters, raw seafood that included snow crabs, green mussels, huge clams, shrimp and caviar. Bread selection which consists of muffins, croissants, rolls and flat bread. They had a limited selection of Dim Sum which I thought was slightly disappointing with mushy, oversteamed shrimp, chive dumplings and BBQ pork buns. Then they had the American brunch setup with eggs, applewood smoked bacon, sausages mini pancakes and waffles. They have a separate selection with fruit so you add those on if you want. So many things to list they also had chilled cucumber in shot glasses and a cured meat bar, Rack of Lamb with Fresh Mint Lamb Jus and a prime rib station. My favorite would hands down have to be the dessert selection. Lots of cakes including Devil's food cake, white chocolate macadamia nut cookies, coffee éclairs, vanilla shortbread, chocolate almond and pistachio macadamia biscotti, Individually made crepes, dark chocolate mousse, high quality hot chocolate, flan, several types of candy, Yes that's right I said candy and crème brulee. Service was on point as expected. Our server replaced my silverware several times and refilled my water and fresh squeezed orange juice as soon as it was halfway empty but some would say the glass would be half full. For $100 a plate it was nice to have scratched that off my bucket list. On another note I accidently uploaded my photos in the wrong section in the Ritz Carlton page. Whoops my bad.
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Michael Morales
a year ago
Hands down this is by far the best place to get a great view of the ocean, while enjoying dinner. Took my bestfriend out for her birthday, and the waitress was awesome in delivering a phinaminal WORLD CLASS service. I would highly recommend coming here for a birthday surprise.


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