We enjoyed an outstanding lunch this weekend in Asheville at Rhubarb! Probably best meal we had on this trip. Sat outside to listen and listened to a kid playing drums- which were a bit too loud for our liking, but still very entertaining!! Will definitely come back again! Delicious!!!!
We sat on the patio and were able to enjoy the street musicians. The server was fun and made great food recommendations. Good experience overall!
Great food, service and ambiance!!
Food was good, but overpriced (i.e. 2 meatballs for $12). Some dishes were very salty. My pork belly and ribs were delicious but the collard greens were way too salty. Squash soup was excellent.
Hands down one of the best restaurant experiences I’ve had in Asheville. Incredible food. Impeccable service.
Great restaurant with a unique menu. The osso bucco was excellent!
The energy level in downtown Asheville on a Saturday night is mirrored on the interior of Rhubarb. This was our second time having dinner at Rhubarb. The menu is inventive and the food is good. We were seated at one of the four two-top tables on the perimeter of the open kitchen. They should have just made this a communal table since you are so close to your neighbors. This arrangement also presents difficulties for the server (and it also presented problems in communicating with him). Not the place for relaxing dinner and conversation.
Above average but not excellent. The flank streak (bravette) was tender but over salted . Service was great and they do their best to please. Duck confit was juicy. Good second choice if you can’t get into top choice restaurant .
Delicious brunch and lunch food!
Birthday weekend for my wife in Asheville! It was Saturday Brunch and it was just OK! Service was fine. My wife’s Toad in the Hole bread was burnt on the bottom. My Sweet potato breakfast bowl was fine, but nothing you’d expect for $12. The Breakfastish menu was too eclectic. $33 for brunch with 2 entree’s and coffee seemed excessive. Thought it was going to be fabulous. It wasn’t!
Easily one of my favorite Asheville restaurants. The menu is always so creative and perfect for the season. We also had an incredible Barolo wine that was very reasonably priced. Don't come to Asheville without trying this spot.
Everything was excellent. From the server, to the menu, which changes daily, was all superb. It's a little pricey, but all food items were impressive and good portions.
Great food with emphasis on fresh and local. Server was very helpful and the options were varied.
My husband and I had a fabulous meal at Rhubarb! The cocktails were amazing and we loved the food - try the lobster corn dogs and scallops if they are on the menu - so many super delicious choices at Rhubarb!
Best restaurant in NC if not the American South. Perfect blend of Asheville, French cooking, and American South.
Exceptional experience, Charles Emrick C.E.C.
Food was superb, Service was the best I’ve had in years!!
My only issue is we went on Valentines Day and it was never mention to me until we got there that It was a four course meal. Instead of the regular menu but even still I would highly recommend this establishment!
The food was so worth the wait!... It was Valentine's Day so if course it was a little crowded. Definitely will be back !
Food was amazing. I would highly recommend.
I had made a reservation at Rhubarb on Valentine's Day based on their regular menu. Upon arriving, we were informed that you had no option except the special Valentine's Day special dinner, of which we were never informed, which turned out to be astronomically expensive - would be expensive even in NY or Chicago, much less Asheville! It's probably no accident that the restaurant chose to not disclose the price of the Valentine's Day Special on the menu, a deceptive practice which is very disturbing. Had the price been listed I certainly would have walked out. Moreover, the options for vegetarians and vegans on this special menu were close to non-existent. The waitress checked with the kitchen and they came up with a substitution for some items. But for all the hype and outrageous price, the food wasn't even very good. The salad dressing was mediocre and the mushroom dish we both had was drenched in oil. The portions were ridiculously meager. And the bill: a whopping $165 for 2. All in all, an overhyped ripoff! We did truly feel exploited.