Saturday Brunch: 10:00–3:00
Sunday Brunch: 10:00–3:00
The Waldorf chicken salad was terrible-a thin dry chicken breast with some lettuce with a tiny amount of minced apple, 8 walnuts and 3 grapes with the faintest amount of dressing which all in all made for a tasteless meal. I used to love to eat here but no more.
Food and service were terrific. I had a slight problem with my fish entree, and brought it to my waiter's attention. My meal was removed from our bill, even though I still enjoyed the meal and had plenty to eat.
Tasteless. Was a gift to my son in law for Father's Day ,no one,
2 adults 2 children enjoyed their food.
Food had excellent flavor and was delivered very fast. Very reasonable. Nice opportunity for a special occasion lunch.
Great setting. Interesting menu. Food is good. Quiet.
Long waits, Cocktail list non existent for lunch, and under cook your fish. 12:30 reservation seated at 12:55 too long then another 1 hour before food was served!
I had a polenta covered with various squashes,mushrooms, and kale, with a divine sauce. It was delicious and I would order it again.
Having had lunch once previously at Panorama for its convenience in visiting the St. Louis Art Museum, this visit was extremely disappointing. Of our four diners, one had an edible choice of eggplant. One had the burger, which was charred beyond recognition, with extremely greasy fries. Two chose the quiche. While the side of spring mix salad was OK, the quiche was burned hard on the crust and top, ingredients were unidentifiable, and the egg custard was rubbery. Since quiche is a regular feature of the menu, it's difficult to imagine that this is the norm. We did not return our food or request different dishes, as we saw other diners do, because we had a scheduled entry for the special exhibit at SLAM. Later in the afternoon, we ate cupcakes at the cafe in the museum. It appeared that the food served in the cafe might have been fresher and more edible than Panorama. Despite the convenience, next time we eat at the museum, we'll just try the cafe.
Our servers were attentive and working hard. The restaurant filled while we were there, thus increasing the sound volume. It is an attractive venue and convenient for SLAM visits. Again, we couldn't imagine that this is the quality of food preparation normally served at Panorama.
The room is lovely (especially since they've added some color with flowers on the tables), the service excellent, and it's nice and quiet.
But the food, sad to say, is not as good as it should be - or as it has been.
One member of our group told our waiter that her chicken was under-cooked, and they took it off her bill, which was gracious of them.
But given all of its other pluses, it's a shame the food doesn't measure up.
Great view, great service and eclectic food.
Eggplant napoleon with goat cheese was A+.
As a side, not chips but caramelized cauliflower with toasted almonds and honey.
Seasonal and local offerings prepared by a clever Chef.
Reservations recommended, especially for dinner or Sunday brunch.
We had a delicious lunch prior to seeing Sunken Treasures. Our waiter was attentive and pleasant. We will come again
Panorama is a great place to take a break before, after or between viewing exhibitions at the Saint Louis Art Museum. The food is delicious, the service is great, and the view of Forest Park is fabulous. The brioche rolls are not to be missed--and the restaurant shares the recipe on postcards at the reception desk!
I was recommended the restaurant and was a little disappointed.
I took my mom here for a birthday brunch. I highly recommend reservations as the wait would have been impossible without them. We were seated quickly, though I will say very very closely to other diners. If you are wanting privacy, this is not a good place for that.
We were there for brunch and had the Champagne Benedict with crabcakes. It was wonderful, good flavor, perfectly done eggs, and a nice amount of sauce.
Service was stellar, and the gentleman who waited on us, brought my mom a delicious cake for her special day. We'll be back.
I've eaten here many times because it's convenient and attractive, although the food is always disappointing. I couldn't even eat it this time - the frittata was overcooked, dry and tasteless. It also took forever to arrive. I won't be back unless major changes are made.
I always enjoy having brunch/lunch at Panorama. The food is good, and it's a lovely restaurant. Best of all, you can carry on a conversation without shouting. It's hard to find a restaurant these days that isn't very noisy. Our waiter was great.
Within the St. Louis Art Museum, fine dining atmosphere, yet priced fairly and plated appealingly. Good food.
As usual, LA was a superb host and Kelvin a terrific server! We love coming here as the service and food are always splendid! We keep coming back for more!
And Derrick came over to our table to personally greet us. A nice extra touch. We are treated like family.
Chef Ivy comes up with wonderful new meals. Yea, Ivy!
So great. Attentive server and great prices for magnificent food!
Imaginative menu; very tasty and service was very good!
Our group of 7 really enjoyed the food and ambiance of Panorama. It is a perfect place to go when touring the Art Museum.
Perfect for Mother’s Day! Great service! Great food!
Took mother for Mother's Day--she had a wonderful time and the service and front of the house staff were so kind to her! Made it very special
We went for the Mother's Day brunch. Phenomenal. The food was fantastic and the service was excellent. We were even luckier and got a table by the window with an excellent view . Everyone in out party thoroughly enjoyed the experience. I would highly recommend Panorama.
Great place for lunch when visiting Art Museum. Food good, noise level acceptable, service unobtrusive, ambiance very attractive, including view of park, prices reasonable. I make this a mandatory stop when visiting museum
We had an excellent lunch here. Nice room with good views and comfortable seating. The bread and butter were delicious and a preview of what was to come. We loved the bone-in chicken breast with orzo and the smoked salmon on croissant with carmelized cauliflower. Everything was very tasty. Reasonably priced glasses of wine. We’ll be back the next time we visit the museum.
Best museum restaurant I have seen. Good food, good service and friendly staff.
very good service staff. manager was very attentive to our groups needs. it was a wonderful experience for our 18 folks who were out on a group outing for the special exhibit.
One plate was delivered late then incorrectly but dessert was offered complimentary because of oversight.
The food was excellent and the service by Kelvin even better. This was our second time to Panorama and we will return!
Indifferent service, diners next to us permitted to use table as office space with computers and loud phone calls, some food okay but other items dried out and obviously old, expensive for the fare. It was scheduled through you as a birthday lunch and the restaurant couldn't care less. Won't return. Very disappointed.
Open Table worked fine - I rather wish it hadn't and we had ended up eating elsewhere.
We enjoyed our birthday lunch immensely. Great food and beautiful view of the park!
When we walked in, we were greeted politely and timely. We were seated in a timely manner. The dining room was beautifully set up and the view was outstanding.
We were not greeted by a server for almost ten minutes, we ordered immediately once we were greeted.
The pimms cup was well made and tasty.
The frittata was generally tasteless, although the vinaigrette on the mixed greens was very tasty.
The Waldorf salad was not bad, although I did find a hair in the dish under the salad.
The appetizer we ordered was a fried potato or vegetable pancake, it was terrible - I ate only two bites.
Our server did check in to make sure the food was delivered, but never checked back to see if we were enjoying our dishes. Eventually my wife flagged down the gentleman who had seated us and asked for the check. I also informed him that we didn’t like the appetizer and he removed it from the bill.
Overall, the food was not good and the service even worse, I would not recommend this restaurant to anybody.
I have been to Panorama half-dozen times or so and it has gotten much better over the years. It was a real mess when it opened, but I think the chef/management have changed and now it is a very pleasant place for lunch or brunch. We had brunch there before viewing the Egyptian exhibit and it was also wonderful.
Went with friends for brunch and then the aegyptian sunken cities exhibit.
Panorama is our favorite Forest Park dining location. Phenomenal service (Derrick), amazing food, wonderful service. Every time is better than the last! Specials change almost daily; chef preference but we love the Prix Fixe is our favorite. The french toast comes in a close second and the Beignets are fresh and tasty. Looking out over forest park/fountains and people watching make this a great location.
Mediocre food and service on the day we stopped by the art museum. The duck entree for lunch was appetizer-sized and underwhelming on presentation and flavor. Water glasses were never re-filled.
For our friends birthday the waiter brought her a nice piece of tiramisu which was large enough to share.
This was a delightful experience. We were there to see the Sunken Cities exhibit so it was extra busy. The food was really good. We always enjoy our meal.
We all enjoyed ourselves and the food was wonderful with great service and a very kind hostess. We are excited to go back for another meal! Thank you!