Very surprised with the quality of food at dinner. I asked the waitress about the rack of lamb and she assured me it was the favorite. It had no flavor and the meat was far from tender and juicy, probably the worst I've tried. My...More
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My husband and I came here during our stay in Woodstock and were very impressed. The calamari was nice and crispy, and the green salad that came with both of our meals was delicious. I had the sesame salmon and it was so good -...More
It gives me no pleasure writing a bad review, but I think people in hopes of good dining, (not even fine), should know that this is not the place to go. I would at least like to say that we had THE most delightful waitress,...More
We visit Woodstock each January and a meal at the Prince and the Pauper has become a regular part of each visit. The ambiance of the restaurant, the friendliness of the staff, and the quality of the food keep us coming back year after year.
We like to eat at The Prince and the Pauper when we visit Woodstock. The food is very good and the prices are very reasonable. The decor is nice and the service is good. A very friendly environment with good food.
Family of four with a couple of food allergies and a picky kid, and the Prince and the Pauper totally delivered. Great wine list, TREMENDOUS service and just the warmest place to hang on a cold Vermont night. I had a prime rib special and...More
Our experience at the Prince and the Pauper was wonderful in every way. The service, the food, the atmosphere exceeded our expectations. We spent 5 days in Woodstock and this was by far the best food we had during our visit.
Excellent food. Nice quiet romantic spot. The food was delicious, try the calamari or the mussels.. wonderful! We had the duck and the lamb chop, both were excellent. Must visit if you are in the area.
We recently had dinner at the Prince & the Pauper during our stay in Woodstock and the experience was underwhelming at best. I had expected the ambiance to be more upscale, but was willing to overlook that given we were in a rural area of...More