Service a little slow. Burger was not hot. Seemed like it was sitting around for a while. Soda was flat. Won't be back.
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Always delicious and cooked to order. Friendly atmosphere and great service. Too many steak fries, but they let you have all you can eat, and they had a dip for the onion rings that was also great with the fries, so try that sometime if...More
It’s possibly the worst service in Holland. My prediction for 2018 is that Red Robin will be the next franchise restaurant to fall to the wayside. Slow service, overpriced food. Bottomless fries if you have an extra half an hour to wait for the undercooked...More
Overall good. To keep the meal more affordable try the tavern style burger. Still plenty to eat and still get the unlimited fries. Server Bronson did a great job and was the reason for 4 stars. Overall meal was above average and consistent. Make sure...More
It was our first visit to a Red Robin and Ben was our amazing server. He was very patient when he answered our many questions and made some suggestions. We had the Chophouse burger, the Garden burger, and the Tavern burger all cooked exactly how...More
The restaurant was clean and the service was adequate. The food was typical of what I have come to expect from this food chain. We enjoyed a nice meal here, while touring Holland, MI.
I have been a Red Robin customer for many years. I have watched them change up their menus and also raise their prices from year to year. For me personally they now have themselves at a price point where I feel like I can get...More
Had lunch here today with a colleague! In the mood for those bottomless steak fries and I added a bacon cheeseburger with it! So mouthwatering delicious! Service by Amber was great and the manager came by after serving our food and checked on us as...More
We have had less than stellar experiences at other Red Robins, but this was close to our motel, so thought we would give it another try. The restaurant is very noisy, the menu is a book with many variations of hamburgers. I had to ask,...More