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The District Line Restaurant

The District Line Restaurant
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Estimated average consumption of $12.21 - $24.42 per person. We offer 107 menus, including Yogurt, Fruit Smoothie, Hot & Cold Cereals, Mango Oatmeal, Seasonal Fruit, Granola Yogurt Parfait, Pancake Stack Ot Belgian Waffle and so on.
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The District Line Restaurant reviews

By D.R V. at 2016-08-12

Made a reservation 3 hours prior for 15. Sixteen showed up and all were accommodated. Reverse grauity...groups LESS than 8 have gratuity added but groups GREATER than 8 have no gratuity added. That's great. Service was top notch for our large came in less,than 15 minutes. If you get salad ask for dressing on the side. Salad was drowned in dressing...portions gigantic. I had roasted chicken salad...way too much food. Group all enjoyed their orders.
Conference hotel restaurant chosen...great idea from a team member.

By Lori R. at 2016-09-06

Four of us had breakfast here on Labor Day Monday. I loved my Eggs Benedict with Shaved Ham, but would have liked to have known that it came with Asparagus and Baked Tomato, along with Potatoes. Had I known that green was already included, I wouldn't have ordered the $6 side spinach. Although I will say that was some delicious garlicky spinach, and it went beautifully with the Benedict.

Husband and Son liked their Scrambled Eggs with Bacon and Potatoes and Toast Also.

The big disappointment was DIL's Belgian Waffle with Berries. She tried to eat it, but it was super dry and overcooked. Despite hating to complain, with it being a $14 waffle, she did say something, then waited awhile for a new one, only to have it cooked exactly the same way (dry and crispy). At this point, she gave in and ate it, but was not happy about it. You could tell by looking at it that it was overdone.

TIP: Be specific about what you want. We never got water, for instance. I ordered hot tea, and it was good. Was glad that one server noticed me wiping off black specks from the cup and handed me a cleaner cup.

NOTE: They had a buffet available for $24.95 also.

By Jane M. at 2016-11-16

Well, it's a hotel restaurant but sometimes after a flight I just don't have the fortitude to go out in the cold looking for something good. Nonetheless, expected this place to better than blah.

By Maile K. at 2016-06-24

Have eaten two meals here during a conference stay. Passable hotel cuisine. First day arrived about 6:55am and they opened at 7am. The hostess wasn't very helpful and seemed cranked that people were waiting to be seated. It was strange. Second time had lunch was great service and again, pretty standard hotel fare. Convenient to the show floor, or I would have stepped out and eaten somewhere else.

By Ernie D. at 2016-03-17

I come to the Hilton for a conference every year and inevitably end up eating at the restaurant downstairs. The food itself is fairly good, and the wait staff have always been extremely helpful and kind. However, my bill for a hamburger with tap water was $17. It's super pricey, but sometimes the convenience is what you are paying for as opposed to finding somewhere else to eat. If you have any other option to go to, I'd do that, but if you are running low on time or energy then this place is worth a shot.

By Jack N. at 2016-06-29

The breakfast buffet is amazing. The food is fresh and tastes amazing. I probably consumed 3,000 calories in 30 minutes, that's how good the breakfast was.

By David R. at 2015-06-20

Salmon was good, My son enjoyed his burger but I must say there is a need for customer service training here and in the bar

By Kelly M. at 2015-05-12

I just had the tortilla soup and it was served luke warm/ cold.....The staff was unresponsive and unwelcoming. I would recommend hitting up coffee bean right across the hall.

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