Grand Hotel Restaurant: Minot Restaurant Update

Minot Restaurants: Critiques and Reviews

By  JAN ASHBY

 

1505 N. Broadway

MINOT  ND  58703

(800) 735-4493

I found that the Primo Grand Restaurant in Minot has some decent reviews, so I decided to go and check it out myself.  For me, any excuse to go out to dinner (smiles)..  minot restaurants reviewer

 

Hours of operation are Monday through Saturday from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Sunday brunch is from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.  The dinner on Sunday is 3 p.m. – 9 p.m.  Btw, this restaurant can handle wedding receptions.  There is one young lady (I found on  TripAdvisor)  who chose food service for both the wedding reception, and a BUFFET the following morning.

 

This is a LARGE restaurant, and the seating is booths and table/chair combos.  Tablecloths are used, as well as fancy water glasses.  If you desire a cocktail before dinner, you can be served right at your table.

 

My review is as follows:

Nice ambience.  I had no complaints with the service, or the portions.  Our server (a very friendly Phillipina woman) was attentive to our needs.  She brought out some bread immediately – and with it, some freshly-squeezed herbs to dip the fancy bread in.  Dee-lightful !

                                                                                                scrambled-eggs 

For my entree, I chose a breakfast option.  To be specific, bacon/scrambled eggs and hash browns; the hash browns were cooked to perfection.  They were browned, but not overdone.  I enjoyed my bacon, as it was of high quality.

My companion had the Prime Rib. He ordered it “medium rare”, and the chef did a bang-up job.  It was delicious (yes, of course I had a bite)!  Lawrence (my dining companion) had garlic mashed potatoes, as it accompanied the entree.  Scrumptious, he said.

The portions were so generous that I managed to have some food at the end – which I took up to my room at the Grand Hotel, and placed in the mini-frig. 

Oh, one thing I left out – the Laphroaig scotch I ordered had a wonderful, smoky essence to it.  In case you don’t know, Laphroaig is a 10-year old single malt whiskey. In fact, the Grand Hotel Restaurant offers several scotches.

 

>> If you would care to read more about Primo Grand menu,  just visit the link contained herein.

 

 

SPECIFIC TIMES FOR DINING     menu-primo-grand

Breakfast is available from 7 am to 3 pm.  Lunch is available from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m., daily.  Dinner is available from 3 p.m. – 10 p.m Mon. – Sat. and from 3 p.m. – 9 p.m. Sunday.

 

 

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