St. Paul >Food & Dining > Kincaid's Fish Chop & Steak
380 St Peter St, St Paul, MN | Directions 5510244.945668 -93.095715
Monday To Friday From 11:00 AM To 10:00 PM Saturday To Sunday From 12:00 PM To 09:00 PM
Neighborhoods: Core, Downtown
One of my all time favorites, Try the primerib sliders – Happy hour menu is great, if to pricey, order within your means you'll be alright. They do have the prices on the menu last guy to review. Covers any budget, and you always impress your guests. Great place, I treat the staff with respect and I receive it back in return. So enjoy I love this place.
Worth the money – Even on a busy night, the wait was short and the service was great. The food was good and I enjoyed the atmosphere. I will be back.
A upscale version of Applebees – I just got back from Kincaids tonight and ate at around 9:35pm. The waiter came and took my drink order without recommending any wines and the odd thing about their menu's is that their on one big cardboard sheet of paper. There is no mention of beer on their drink menu, which is very odd, so I had to ask. He came back with a my beer, which was warm and also the ice water they serve had half ice cubes! He then took my main course order without recommending anything again! I told him the Kobe meatloaf, which comes with mashed potatos and sweet and sour cabbage. The ss cabbage was nice and the potatos were not bad either, but the meatloaf was very bland and I was never offered Ketchup. The bacon that is wrapped around the meatloaf was somewhat burned, I kid you not! The mushroom that are smotherd on top were out of a can! I did not ask if they were I know from being a chef and from eating them at a fast food place. How can they charge 17 dollars for kobe meatloaf and put canned mushrooms on top? I was so hungry when I arrived their that I ate most of it but did not touch the many mushrooms they served atop the meatloaf. The display on my plate looked like they piled everything atop each other. The server then came to me with my bill, while I was drinking my beer and relaxing and he never even asked if I wanted desert! This place is nothing but a overpriced Applebees. 6.50 for tap beers? Their wine is way overpriced and their service is awful! I will never eat here again! If you want fine dining then make sure their food is wonderful and priced right. It amazes me how many people like this place.
Ehhhh, it was okay – OKAY FOOD, A LITTLE OVERPRICED AND BAD SERVICE. they have a really good appetizer with brie and apples that is worth trying.
Horrible service – We were told great thnigs about this resteraunt - great food, great service, great atmosphere -
Our experience at this resteraunt was probably the most horrible experience my wife and freinds have ever had in a resteraunt - thanks to the horrible service. Our waitress was the most rude , sarcastic, condescending person I have ever come across in the service industry. As a business owner I have experienced many fine dining establishments in the twin cities area - most are spectacular in all areas - I would never visit this resteraunt again. Too many details - but the waitress was so rude and condescending that my wife left in tears. I do have to say that the managment was very apoligetic and took some resposibilty for the incident and their aweful employee, but we will never go back nor will we recommend this resteraunt to anyone.
A St. Paul favorite for its dependable service, inspired fare and clubby elegance. – In Short
Grab a cozy and comfy booth or a window table looking out on Landmark Center. The view inside isn't bad, with frosted glass above dark-wood booths, shiny brass, bar, sandstone and marble. You'll see Lawson employees, St. Paul movers and shakers, St. Paul wanna-be movers and shakers, and folks celebrating anniversaries and birthdays. The menu remains basically true to the original Bloomington Kincaid's--except for the specials, which allow the chef some creative sparkle.
Nice Place – The food here is great, the service is wonderful. Stay away from the Bloomington location, however. There is a nice menu variety and the wait staff actually makes you feel welcome. The creme brule is top shelf!
Amateur Hour – Kincaid's must have cast some spell on Twin Cities suburbanites. I can't think of another way to explain the love affair. Service is good, ambiance is "clubby" (dark wood and old people), and food is uninspired, although consistent and competently prepared. Not a good value. Definitely a hot spot for diners who eat out at a "fancy place" like twice a year. Save a few bucks and have caesar salad and broiled salmon at home.
LOOKING FOR GOOD SERVICE W/GOOD FOOD? – I frequent Kincaid's for lunch and always find their staff to be accomodating. I love that they have variety along with the basics. Where can you go to have a great peking duck, peppercorn steak, and or artichoke crab dip? Also, their burgers are excellent! It's not so expensive and excellent service! I highly recommend this place.
highly recommended – A friend and I ate here before a show at the Ordway and loved it! Crab/artichoke dip is to die for and the rest of our food was just as good. Excellent service, great food and the prices were an amazing.
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