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About 404 Kitchen
At The 404, Chef Matt Bolus offers a modern take on classical European cuisine with a menu influenced on available produce grown at local farms. Located in a shipping container, the restaurant is a uniquely quaint and casual fine dining venue.
We are unable to offer a children's menu.
Please call to reserve tables of 5 or more.
Nashville, TN 37203
American, Contemporary Southern
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Thursday 5:00pm-10:00pm
Friday & Saturday 5:00pm-11:00pm
Sunday 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Parking is available throughout the Gulch at street meters as well as pay lots.
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Wine
404 Kitchen Ratings and Reviews
It was our first time at 404 and our first time trying tri-tip and we could not have been more impressed with the restaurant and the food. The staff was very friendly and the food and flavor pairing the chef came up with were phenomenal. We wished there was a bit more of it, but that usually the case when the food is that good. Will definitely be back!
Overrated. We decided to eat here based on reviews. While the venue was interesting, the food was a disappointment. We ordered a salad with "burrata" cheese. The center was too solid and heavy; more like a cream cheese. We also ordered a farro dish for the table. It came out looking and tasting like couscous and tasting greasy. When we asked the waiter to confirm it was farro he indicated that the chef treated it differently to get that texture. The dish was a fail. I did order a cold shrimp salad that was described as a fatoush salad with shrimp. It was good....but it was a salad. Overall I would not recommend this restaurant.
We went for my birthday and enjoyed it. I had no idea what to expect so was pleasantly surprised. The restaurant was small, cozy, with just enough lighting, and delicious food! I have to say though, I would not recommend for groups of more than 3, unless they have a larger room hidden away that I didn't see, because it is tight quarters no matter where you sit. Our reservation was for 9pm and it was busy until we left at 11pm. Great food, kind and easy going servers, can't complain about our evening- we really enjoyed it.
We have been to 404 Kitchen multiple times and it has been consistently great. Small restaurant setting, not too loud but not uncomfortably quiet, with excellent wait staff/bartenders with educated recommendations. Would recommend to anyone for a great dining experience.
All our main dishes were over seasoned with salt. It was a very different experience than we had had at this restaurant a year ago. The first course was excellent, but the desert was good not great. Our waiter recommended a wine based off our desire for something Bordeaux like and he recommended something Merlot like despite our reservations. It was an expensive wine. Was an expensive meal and not worth it.
My sister and I enjoyed eating our first Nashville dinner here during our trip to the area. The cocktails were great! We shared the amazing salmon crudo, and a great green salad as appetizers. We split the chilled shrimp over a diced tomato/ zuchinni creation. For dessert we experienced caramelized white chocolate with peanuts and green olives. I am generally not a fan of green olives, but they worked in the sweet and savory dessert! Thanks for a great meal!
We have visited this restaurant before . Our son Attends Belmont University . We always enjoy the wine and food . The service people are outstanding I have severe allergies . I was able to enjoy dinner without fear of an allergic reaction . Our sever was caring and efficient . Thanks Sam !
Was in Nashville for the Great American Eclipse. Found 404 on the internet and decided to try. The reviews do not do this place justice. Total great experience. Food was unbelievably good. Scallop toast, pork and peaches stew and Whisky parfait for dessert. On issue was I was the Designated driver and could not tap into the huge list of whiskeys and bourbons. I am not sure when I will be back in Nashville again, but if I am I will visit again and get an Uber. This place would be at the top of the scale in any city in the US.
The food was fantastic! The chef knocked it out of the flavor park with both courses. The food is worth the money, but the dining experience isn't. We didn't love sitting at the bar having glasses washed 2 feet away from our food. Sitting at a table would've spared us that experience, but it still wouldn't have been on par with the food: tables are cramped and close together, the staff bustling about frenetically at your elbows in the tiny space.
We had a small meal due to having a late dinner so unfortunately didn't taste as much of the menu as we normally would. That said, the chicken that I ordered was delicious. I never order chicken at a restaurant but the waiter recommended it - and it was indeed worth it.
Cool space, great location. Only complaint is the acoustics of the container space is terrible with sound bouncing all over the place, making it super loud and difficult to fully enjoy.
Sat at the bar for dinner and drinks; at first wife was disappointed we didn't have a table, but the bartender was so amazing to watch work and to talk to that it made the experience much better than sitting at a table. We had amazing food, amazing drinks, and an amazing experience.
404 was a nice experience. The place is really small, I guess that is why they are moving. Maybe they won't put the wine racks in the Men's Restroom at the new location. Not sure if it will succeed at a much larger place. Everything is a little pretentious. Exotic beers, drinks and food. But that is sort of its appeals. The food was good, the service was great.
The location was very convenient for us, since we're were staying at The Thompson and then headed to. The Raman die a show. The fact that it is a small restaurant was appealing to us. The food was very good, except for my Swordfish, which I felt was very "fishy". The waitress offered to take this entree off our bill, which was was courteous. Nice wine list, and overall a great experience.
I loved the food. My girlfriend and I shared the rabbit and the monkfish. Both were excellent. Cocktails were good, but next time we'll probably drink at home to save money for the entrees. A little pricey, but delicious. One of the best meals I've had in Nashville.
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