Restaurant Review: Regency Room at the Williamsburg Inn

Offering the finest regional cuisine in a classic, luxurious ambience. Whether dining in the Regency Room, Rockefeller Room, or the pleasant casual atmosphere of the Terrace Room, you will experience first-class food, beverage, and unparalleled hospitality.

Regency Room

The Williamsburg Inn’s renowned Regency Room offers a variety of culinary classics and seasonal dishes—including a dry-aged Angus filet of beef, sweet lobster bisque, and citrus-glazed scallops with herbed prawns. Complement your meal with the perfect wine from their award-winning wine list, and complete your meal with a seasonal soufflé or rich chocolate torte.

Breakfast is served daily
Sunday Jazz Brunch offered from noon to 2 p.m.
Dinner and dancing is offered on Friday and Saturday nights.

Breakfast Menu

Dinner Menu

Brunch Menu

Appropriate dress required: Jackets required for dinner. No sleeveless tee-shirts. No denim permitted, except at Breakfast.

Williamsburg Inn  300 E. Francis St. Williamsburg, VA   (757) 229-2141

Fodor’s Review:

This hotel restaurant is known for its elegance, attentive service, and quality cuisine. Among crystal chandeliers, Asian silk-screen prints, and full silver service, you can sample chateaubriand carved tableside, as well as rack of lamb, Dover sole, lobster bisque, and house-smoked and -cured salmon. It may almost seem as if you’re treated like royalty. A jacket and tie are required at dinner and optional at Sunday brunch.

SUGGESTION: Stay at 719 Graves Ordinary at the Kingsmill Resort & Spa in Williamsburg

TIP:  Click HERE to read what my friend, Meredith Hornsby, wrote about her experience at the Regency Room.  There is an audio clip with the Chef and Meredith that you can listen to HERE

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