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Rogue’s Manor At Sweet Spring in Eureka Springs, AR

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Rating: 2.85

Address: 124 Spring St, Eureka Springs, AR, 72632

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    Comments (20):

    1. David M.
    Cozy bed and breakfast, bar and restaurant under one roof.
    One of the best places for dinner in Eureka.
    A great selection of steak, seafood and vegetarian dishes.
    The filet mignon and bonsai noddles were excellent.
    The bar area is rightfully named 'Hideaway Lounge', but hardly a hole-in-the-wall. Good spirits and a repectable wine list make this bar a step above most in the area.

    05/10/07 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    2. Caleb M.
    My wife and I dined here during a weekend getaway.  One of the best dining experiences of my life.  Being from La, I was skeptical of ordering pan fried oysters in N. Arkansas.  I was not disappointed.  The batter was very light and didn't overpower the flavor of the fresh oysters.  The dish came w/ horseradish-sour cream mashed potatoes and wax beans; both of which were outstanding.  Wife had a fillet that was equally impressive.  The best part of the evening was our server.  He had an uncanny knack for appearing just before we needed him and leaving us in solitude when we didn't.  We have talked often about making a return trip to Eureka Springs if only to dine here again.

    22/11/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    3. S G.
    We had oysters that tasted funny and the food was not hot. Too expensive for the type service you get.  Bar looked nice but did not try it on this visit.

    06/11/09 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    4. Klent H.
    I came across the Rougue's Manor by accident while looking for a dinner spot. The atmosphere was nice and had an old world coziness about it. I was hoping to be seated in the pirate grotto but was instead seated in what must have once been a small grill area. I know this because the exhaust hood, grill back splash, and sewer connections were still in place and visible.

    The waiter was nice, but seemed baffled when asked about some of the menu selections.  I settled for a seafood casserole with mashed potatoes and vegetables.

    The dish presentation was nice but I noticed right way that I had received wild rice instead of mash potatoes. Rather than send the dish back I decided to eat the rice. The casserole was nice, but it seemed the chief was trying to disguise a mediocre dish with heavy cream and cheese. The dish cost $29 which is not bad for a nice seafood dish, but this dish as served was worth about $17. It was heavy on the cream, cheese, and light on the seafood.

    Overall a nice place with descent, if not over priced food.

    23/09/08 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    5. Lisa M.
    AWFUL EXPERIENCE!!!!!!! I ordered the lobster and steak. I ordered the steak medium well. What I got was tough lobster and my steak was bloody. I sent the steak back and it returned still bloody. Sent it back a second time and believe it or not it was still bloody!!! I really don't think it is that hard to cook a new York strip to medium well but apparently it is for this cook. I told the waitress that I could not eat it and she said that's okay and took the steak. When I got the bill low and behold they charged me $80.00 for something I could not eat!!! I told the waitress that I didn't think I should have to pay full price for something that I could not eat. They didn't even offer a $10.00 discount. You know what they did? They called the police. The police came and told us that we would be arrested if we did not pay our $181.24 bill! Do not go to ROGUES MANOR!!!!!!!!!!! Really had a great time in Eureka Springs until going to Rogues Manor.

    19/02/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    6. Regina M.
    Oysters were very large but not served on the shell. Overall the meal was good.

    12/05/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    7. John F.
    Went for the oysters which were good. That is the only positive thing about our dinner.  I ordered the seafood casserole for $29. This dish was bad in so many ways.  It had a flour texture to the sauce , a lump of cheese in the middle  and minimal seafood (2 shrimp, one scallop, and little pieces of salmon  that looked to be left over from fillets). It was also lukewarm at best.  The rice was undercooked and still hard. Unfortunately my wife is the type that is embarrassed to complain so she would not let me send it  back.  Once again liked the oysters  even at the price but the rest of the $100 meal was wasted money.  I know it is not fair to not have said something at the time but there is no way that a lukewarm plate of seafood served at room temp with uncooked rice should have ever made it to any table.

    05/05/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    8. DRR C.
    Overall it is a very cool place.  Interesting decor with a very well-worn, timeless feel to it.  My fiance and I arrived around 5:15 PM on a Saturday (to beat the rush), and the server gave us a table right next to a gas fireplace (made for a romantic evening!).

    I had the pork tenderloin, which was very good.  The salads were very fresh and the house dressings were both very good.  My fiance had the bonzai chicken, which she really liked.  The service was very prompt and attentive.  The food was a little on the pricey side, but not particularly overpriced.  It is the kind of place you go for a romantic evening, not somewhere to save money.  We'll be back in the future.

    17/02/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    9. R H.
    I've dined here twice, both time the entire party loved the selections they ordered.  Of you do or don't order an item because of price, go someplace else.  This is a great restaurant that serves pricey food thats worth every penny.  

    A true dining experience.

    13/05/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    10. Barry A.
    I have travelled to Eureka Springs a few times a year for over ten years for both business and pleasure.  Although nearly every visit to town has included an outrageously over-priced meal and drinks at Rogues Manor, the decline in the restaurant management and staff have gotten so unbearably bad that I have to say that the owners have finally lost a longtime patron.  I'll miss a few favorite dishes and the funky atmosphere, but not the way the wait staff insult and abuse the restaurant patrons - even in front of other patrons and fellow employees.  It's the sickest restaurant environment I've experienced in a long lifetime of dining in more than forty countries.  This condition obviously exists with at least the tacit approval of the owner who is usually present.  Recent visits have been especially unpleasant because of a particular waitress.  I would only consider returning if that waitress were no longer employed by the restaurant.  In short, it would be advisable to take your chances for a positive dining experience elsewhere.  The odds would be more in your favor.  If you haven't tried Local Flavor and Autumn Breese for dinner or Simply Scrumptious for lunch, you should.

    16/05/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    11. Aaron S.
    Our food was overcooked and overpriced. Kitchen was slow even though the restaurant was not crowded.

    25/01/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    12. Jason B.
    Filet Mignon with horseradish mashed potatoes and broccoli. The broccoli was amazing. The steak was not the best I've had but good. The mashed potatoes were good. I can understand why some people complained about cold food. Steaks are supposed to rest, but not at the expense of a hot meal. Mine was slightly warm. It didn't bother me that much. The atmosphere was nice. I did think that the service was a little slow, and it was overpriced for what we had.  My wife and I had both had the filet. Mine was bone in and they charged me $20 more just for the bone!  With two plates, no appetizer, and a bottle of wine it was over $200 with tip. Yelp should adjust the dollar signs for this place $$$$$

    09/11/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    13. Bob E.
    The WORST meal I have ever been served.  If I could give a negative star rating I would.
    Would not eat here again on a bet!  Read on to learn why this place is so bad.

    Lets begin with the food.  For starters, the bread (which Rogue's Manor used to be known for), was old, stale, and hard as a rock.  Detestable!  I have had croutons that were softer!  The House Salad was a boring collection of Ice Berg lettuce with a single chunk of cucumber and a cherry tomato.  It appeared to be reasonably fresh, but the salad bar you find at the Western Sizzlin is light years better than this paltry bowl of rabbit food.  For appetizers, we had the Curried Seafood Chowder, which Rogue's Manor is also known for, and their Oysters Rogue-a-feller.  The Chowder was pretty close to what we had eaten there back when this place was decent.  It was OK.  The Oysters were a huge disappointment.  The waiter bragged on how great their oysters were.  They even have a banner on the building proclaiming that oysters are here.  I guess I should have been wary of oysters to begin with in NW Arkansas, but we went ahead and ordered them.  The oysters themselves were rubbery and chewy and had to be spit out.  And slapping swiss cheese on top of an oyster and throwing it in the broiler doesn't really count as a fine dish in my opinion.  My child could have created something much better.  But the bread, salad, and oysters pail in comparison to the poorest entree I have ever been served in my life.

    The special this evening was Prime Rib.  Forty dollars for a portion of prime rib with mashed potatoes and broccoli.  The mashed potatoes were good.  The broccoli had a good flavor but was way underdone, borderline raw.  But the prime rib . . . where to begin.  I should have known something was up when 15 minutes after I ordered my prime rib medium rare, the waiter came back and said "We don't have any medium rare prime rib this evening.  Now, we were at the restaurant at 5:30, so it is not like they ran out.  We were one of the very first diners there.  In any event, he went on to say they could do medium.   I guess I just assumed they had cooked the prime rib a little to long.  After all, there isn't much difference between a cool pink center and a hot pink center, so I told the waiter that "medium" would be fine.  I never suspected that they would be re-heating prime rib that had to be at least 3 days old!  After a terribly long wait, out came this curiously sad piece of meat, devoid of juice, dried out, and gray brown with just a hint of pink, with grill marks no less and it was barely warm at all.  I am telling you folks, it was LEFT OVERS.  After two bites, the second of which I spit out, I told the waiter I would like this taken off my ticket.  We had been there so long, I didn't know how long it would be before another entree would come out and my wife was finished with her sub par entree.  All the owner could say was, "It wasn't spoiled, I checked."  The fact that he had to check to see if it was spoiled or not, says it all.  And then, he wouldn't take it off the ticket.  Only half!  So I paid 20 dollars for the worst meal of my life.  The service was atrocious as well.  The waiter was borderline rude, and needs to find another line of work as people skills are not his forte.  The only thing this place has going is the atmosphere.  The sad thing is, I have dined at this place for close to 20 years, brought large groups and parties here, and have spent thousands of dollars here.  I admit I hadn't been in a couple of years because the last few times I had been, it had fallen off from where it used to be.  Well, its fall is complete.  It is the worst restaurant in Eureka Springs.  I could not give it a lower mark.  I will never eat here again, never spend a dime here again, never recommend this place to anyone.  IT IS THE WORST.  If you want to eat at a good restaurant in Eureka Springs, go to the Grand Taverne, Local Flavor, or the Cottage Inn.  They are all far superior than this ghost of a restaurant that once was Rogue's Manor.

    28/12/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    14. Alicia F.
    Everything was fantastic...from the top notch service to one of the best desserts we have had...everything was great! I was skeptical with the other reviews on here, but I'm really glad I went with my gut and tried it! The bonsai shrimp were delicious and so were the scallops. Nothing bad here! Only complaint is we went in late August and it was very hot at our table. Try the cheesecake!

    23/08/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    15. pren w.
    Our server was really nice and knowledgeable. Other than that it's bland run down and over priced. There was a non smoking section but it made no difference. That section was as smoky as the bar.

    24/05/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    16. Tiana F.
    Loved it. We started off with the fried oysters with a house made sauce and they were delicious. I ordered the seasonal special lightly battered walleye and it was really good. Best New York strip I have ever tasted. Melt in your mouth, yum! Me and my boyfriend went here to celebrate our anniversary and we could not have picked a better place! Gabe took care of us and he was AWESOME. Worth every penny, Will be back here again!

    09/02/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    17. Jeremy M.
    This is the worst place to eat. Over $200 for horrible service. Cold food and a tough steak!

    14/08/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    18. Dianna S.
    If you like your dining experience to have a little ambiance, then definitely check out Rogue's Manor.  This place is beautiful.  An old Victorian home furnished with decor of the period.  We sat in the Glass Room that overlooked their garden and street outside.  It was dimly lit and really quite romantic.  I just loved it.

    We had a wonderful server that was very friendly and made sure to check on us often (but not too much!).

    But most importantly: the FOOD!  I loved everything we got.  We started out with the Potted Montrachet, which was a goat cheese, sun-dried tomato and artichoke heart spread, toast points, and a very high quality balsamic.  Amazing.  Perfect start.  Definitely recommend this with two enthusiastic thumbs up.

    For entree, my husband had the Osso Bucco Pork Shank.  Of course I snuck a bite.  This was exceptionally tender with a really rich gravy and just oh so good.  I chose the Tarragon Chicken, which had this really lovely herbally white wine sauce.  It was on the lighter side of sauces, and was absolutely perfect.  We both chose the horseradish mashed potatoes for our side, which made me nervous because I'm not a horseradish fan.  But these were really good!  The flavor wasn't overwhelming by any means, and even though the taste was definitely of horseradish, I was oddly addicted to it.

    For dessert, we shared the vanilla creme brulee, which was delicious.  They had some other great choices (like chocolate terrine or bread pudding), but I feel the creme brulee was a nice light finish to our meal, and we left feeling satisfied and very happy.

    I would most definitely come back to Rogue's Manor to try something else on their menu.  Everything was prepared very well, and I have nothing to complain about whatsoever.  Made our weekend trip to Eureka Springs a successful one indeed.

    21/04/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    19. Tk A.
    Curry seafood chowder was great  I will order again vegetables only. The duck appetizer was very nice
    The chicken bonsai tooooo peanut type ruined the pasta

    25/10/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    20. Brandon F.
    Absolutely phenomenal food. They have a wine menu that you can't find at 5 star restaurants. We started off with Oysters Rockefeller and Smoked Salmon. Both amazing. The smoked salmon was so rich and full of flavor! I had bone in Filet and the Mrs had Fettuccine Alfredo with Scallops. Not an ounce of food left. I was a little concerned after seeing recent bad reviews but the service and food for us on a busy Friday night was phenomenal.

    13/02/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0