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About Siena Tuscan Steakhouse
Located inside the beautiful Ambassador Wichita, is the upscale, Italian-style steakhouse, Siena Tuscan Steakhouse. Executive Chef Josh Rathbun is passionate about local sourcing, fresh ingredients and innovative dish preparation. Siena offers an ambiance that will make you forget you are in Kansas. Join Siena for breakfast, lunch, dinner or weekend brunch. And while you are there, stay the night and see the gorgeous Ambassador Hotel.
Siena is located downtown Wichita, open 365 days a year. Serving breakfast, lunch, dinner and weekend brunch. Enjoy Happy Hour Monday - Friday. Siena can accommodate most dietary needs. All guests of Siena can enjoy complimentary valet-service.
Wichita, KS 67202
Italian, Steakhouse, Contemporary Italian
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday:6:00am -11:00am, Saturday & Sunday: 6:30am - 11:00am
Lunch: Monday - Sunday 11:00am - 4:00pm.
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday 4:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday & Saturday 4:00pm - 11:00pm
All Holiday Reservations Must Be Made By Phone
Douglas and Broadway
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Live Music Friday Night
On-site and off-site catering available.
City owned parking garage that is complimentary to guests dining in our restaurant.
Private Party Facilities:
The Ambassador Hotel Wichita’s exceptional venue accommodates every manner of celebration or event – from business programs to wedding receptions - the Ambassador Wichita is the perfect choice for any occasion.
Private Party Contact:
Robert Hartung - Sales Account Manager or Andee Hi: (316) 719-7102
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Siena Tuscan Steakhouse Ratings and Reviews
This restaurant is at the top of my list to go to for any occasion. It is a little pricy but well worth it (food was excellent). We went for Brother & Sister Birthdays (80 & 70th) - with children, grandchildren, nephews - I have to say it was one of the best family outings in a very very long time. Thank you for making it easy. We will Be back.
We went before a concert at the Orpheum. The service was excellent. Our server made great wine suggestions to pair with dinner. The grilled octopus was delicious as was the braised rabbit. I really love that they have small bite desserts! It's nice to have a little sweet without a huge commitment. The menu had a wide variety of options. We will go back!
What restaurants used to be. You remember, when you had some scratch, and wanted to take someone special out to a really nice dinner without guessing whether it would be a pleasurable experience without any hassles? You know, back when servers used to earn their 20 or 25 percent, instead of how these days you practically have to serve yourself. Eating out has sort of become like gambling these days. You have to choose carefully, go through a handful of bad experiences, waste a lot of money, and then stumble into a place that resembles a restaurant and hope to get lucky. Sometimes you hit the jackpot. Siena is the jack pot. Don't waste your time anywhere else if you are looking for a sure thing for your dining experience. I took a date, we both got whatever we wanted, and made it out of there for $80 including the tip. It felt like we had been to the food spa. It was different from anything I have ever experienced.
In a word, Superb. The tasting menu, while expensive by Wichita standards, is much less costly than comparable dining in Europe. The service is excellent. Our server, Kyle, is knowledgeable, personable, professional and added great value to our experience. The timing of the courses was perfect, his explanations of the processes/ingredients was succinct and helpful. When we first arrived there was a large group that was quiet rude and loud, but they left and the ambiance was vastly improved by their exit. Excellent place for special occasions or just a fun night out. The 2 hours we were there flew by, and was a memorable experience. We will definitely return.
We were celebrating a first-anniversary lunch, and our meal was fabulous in every way. The wine was excellent, the food (salad, entrees, foccacia, dessert, and coffee) couldn't have been better, and Brandon provided impeccable and attentive service. It's a gorgeous "clubby" venue in downtown Wichita. Quite a find!
Absolutely one of the best....if not the best in Wichita. I have now been twice. I was hopeful that my second visit would live up to the first....and it was even better! Amazing food and excellent service. They have a great wine selection. It is also connected to the Ambassador, which is a very nice hotel. I definitely give this place my 5 star rating. I can't wait to go back again!
My four friends and I went to the restaurant to celebrate a friend coming home from overseas. The hostess barely spoke to us. We were seated and our waitress came to the table. She asked if we had ever been to Siena before in which we replied that we had not. She huffed and told us that the steaks were good and that she would be back after we had a chance to look at the menu. We wanted to purchase a bottle of wine but she never asked us if we wanted anything to drink. My friend tried to ask her but she ignored her and walked away. We sat there for another 5 mins and decided that our money would be better spent elsewhere, so we left. I won't be going back.
We stayed in the hotel adjacent to the restaurant, but chose to eat there based on reviews and the menu, not the location and convenience. Due to a convention of lawyers in town, all tables were booked, but we were seated at the bar (they gave us prior warning) with excellent service and the full menu. We dined on steak (Yes it's beef country) and a rabbit dish with pasta. Both excellent. Also a highly respectable wine list. Our first visit to Wichita...en route to the eclipse in Nebraska, this provided proof of creative and excellent dining available in the midwest.
I took my girlfriend here for what to her was just supposed to be a very nice date night. I wanted it to be very special for us since it was going to be the night I proposed to her down by the river after our dinner. They worked flawlessly with me to provide an excellent corner table with a table cloth and rose folded napkins. They even made sure to have the flowers I gave them to place on the table in a perfect spot next to the wine I had requested be chilled for our arrival. The service was outstanding from the sitting, to the menu reading, all the way through dinner, and finally even the manager coming to shake my hand and tell us thank you for coming to the establishment. I proposed after dinner and she said yes! We will always be able to look back and remember this great experience to our engagement evening! Thank you to all the staff and management that made this such a memorable event!
Siena Tuscan is a nice restaurant if you want to have quiet conversation in a very pleasant atmosphere. The food is always good and the service has always been excellent. Cost is slightly above average for Wichita dining but average or below-average for a high-end Hotel restaurant.
Our experience was just so-so. We all ordered steak, whucj is fairly expensive at Siena and also their "specialty." Everyone ordered medium rare. However, they all came out much closer to medium. No big deal at Texas Roadhouse, but when you're paying $35 to $40 per steak, they have to get it right. For steak, there are better places in Wichita--Greystone or Newport to name two. The venue is very nice and the service was great. The food not so much.
Great ambience and nice variety of dining selections. This was our 2nd visit and found the food much improved over what it was over a year ago. The service on both occasions was a bit sketchy. We had to ask for a server to take our drink etc orders both times. Servers on both occasions were not very friendly and just somewhat disengaged.
The Wichita restaurant environment is a bit of a waste land. There's a good number of chain restaurants that put out ordinary food . Well this is a hotel restaurant it seems to carry its independence quite well in the stakes are very good . The menu is ambitious , and most of it is pulled off properly . While the wine list is not large it is well chosen, with the possible exception of white wines particularly from California .
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