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Boasting an array of tapas and an extensive wine list, this Birmingham restaurant is known for pairing locally grown produce with the finest beef and fresh seafood.
Birmingham, AL 35226
Mediterranean, Tapas / Small Plates
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Daily: 6:30am - 11:00am
Dinner: Tuesday - Thursday: 5:30pm - 9:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 5:30pm - 10:00pm
Village Center Dr.
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Hotel parking lot for our guests.
Bar Dining, Beer, Farm to Table, Gluten-free Menu, Wine
Brock's Ratings and Reviews
we ate dinner at Brock's on our first night at the hotel. The food was not good. Dinner is way overpriced. The breakfast was acceptable but was very expensive for what they actually offer. We will stay at the hotel again so we can go to the spa, but we will not be eating at Brock's.
Me and my wife had dinner with my brother and his wife. I had the carbonara, which was tasty but a little salty. I also had the heirloom tomatoes with mozzarella balls and pesto...which was excellent. My wife and I shared the chocolate tart which was delicious. The service was good...not great. We had trouble understanding our waite...he looked japanese and had a strong accent. Also, we asked for water a couple of times before it was delivered. Overall a nice place for a date or for a group dinner with friends.
We ate there 3 nights in a row, and the menu was just large enough and the food good enough made that a success. The "it" factor, however, was the quality of service and down home personality of our waiter Nick, of whom we were fortunate to have each night.
Food prep was poor and uninspired at best. Presentation okay. Service very good. Nice piece of pork tenderloin cooked so well done I would have thought it was 1975. Someone tell the "chef" that great restaurants even good restaurants including many in the area ask for temp range on this cut of meat. Whole fish nice flavor but too many bones to deal with so not worth the effort. $250 for less than mediocre. J
Who would have thought, that a resort hotel, not a downtown location, would serve such a fantastic meal?
Not I----though now, I would.
Brock's was just spectacular
The food was unbeatable, the service not overbearing
The grouper and pork tenderloin the first night were perfect. We then cancelled the downtown reservation and returned for the second night-- the porterhouse steak for 2-unmatched
We usually eat at Brock's about once about month when we use the spa services at the hotel. The food is excellent!! We live in Birmingham with excellent farm to table options and we feel that Brock's is worth the drive!! House made pasta, fresh seafood, delicious flat breads and interesting vegetable options!! You can't go wrong!!
The staff is professional and attentive!!
Had a very nice time at Brock's celebrating my daughter's birthday with her! They put us in a great little curved booth. This was just perfect for the occasion. Cocktails were excellent! My daughter had a seafood pasta dish, which she enjoyed. I had a pheasant dish, which was tasty, but I probably would not order it again ($36 for very little meat!). We both had a dessert called Chocolate Elevation, which was actually a sampler of three different small chocolate desserts. They were pretty good, but not as tasty as they looked like they were going to be. Service was excellent, and so was the atmosphere!
Came for a romantic Valentine's evening meal with my wife. All lights were on full so ambience was like sitting in the dentist chair. Server talked like someone out of the ghetto kept referring to me as "yo". Appetizer took 45 min to come out and was wrong order when they came. Took 60 min to get wine and when it came they didn't have what we ordered so they presented the different option. Salad came out and it had grit like sand in it. My wife refused to eat it. No way lettuce was washed. The cauliflower soup had burnt flavour and nasty brown color to it. Desert had no flavor and was some kind of pear in a gelatin dish. The best part of it was the Gelato on top. Fish and rabbit entre's were actually good and the manager did her best to try to help by comping 1 meal. With dinner $100 per plate I expected a much better evening.
Can't say enough about how wonderful our evening was at Brock's!! From the atmosphere to the incredible food to the great customer service... everything was perfect and made for a wonderful memory for our family as we celebrated our daughter's college graduation!!
We chose Ross Bridge for a Labor Day staycation with our kids. It was fantastic! Brock's was very accommodating to our children. They provided a kids menu and cups with lids for their drinks. The kids enjoyed the bagpiper that came to play on the patio during dinner. The food/wine was great and came in a timely fashion.
We stayed at Ross Bridge for our wedding anniversary, and dined-in at Brock's. The half round booths are comfortable and as if made for a couple during a special occasion. Nick was an attentive waiter, with excellent suggestions for the entire meal, including the wine. Also, Nick was a gentleman throughout, even though we over stayed the restaurant closing time.
The food was wonderful; the carpaccio, the Fritto Mito, the entrées, all the way to the chocolate elevation dessert.
Would highly recommend it to locals and travelers alike.
We have eaten at Brock's multiple times as hotel guests. The ambiance is nice, the servers are personable and it is convenient but we wouldn't recommend it for the food.
We have tried several items on the menu and find it to be over-priced with mediocre food.
I recommend saving up for the fabulous breakfast buffet and try dinner elsewhere.
A wonderful, varied menu. The food was above expectations. Our server was well versed in each menu item and easily fielded our questions. I hesitate to even call her our "server" as she was more like a friend. She made us feel very comfortable and helped us with ordering. True service is hard to find even in upscale restaurants. And the support staff was equally attentive and helpful. Well worth the trip.
We made reservations for the special Valentine's Day dinner. It was a special five-course meal. The food was excellent, if somewhat "different" from our normal dining. Service was pleasant and attentive without being annoying.
My two complaints:
1. There were several open tables when we were seated. But we were seated next to the kitchen door. Even with a partition between us, we got an up close and personal play-by-play of the kitchen manager handling orders. At times it was hard to hear the background music playing over the sound system. But to add insult to injury, the couple who came in after us - with no reservation - got a much better table with a window view. The hostesses simply were not up to par.
2. It was much too expensive. The special menu was listed at $90 per person. By the time several drinks were added, our bill had ballooned to $270 before the tip. We heard other diners asking if they could see a regular menu.
While the atmosphere is very nice and the restaurant is relatively close to where we live, I am not sure I will return any time soon.
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