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Robert's opened in June 2006 with the same mission that it has today: to take a fresh spin on farm-to-table Maine cuisine. Sourcing local ingredients has always been a strong part of Maine culture, and we are passionate about taking these values to the next level with innovative dishes and modern ambience. So yes, we are renowned for our lobster, baked and fried seafood, steaks, burgers and local craft beer, but we also strive to include New American elements to our menu with seasonal, local ingredients. Over the years, Robert's has grown to become a Maine institution, celebrating the evolving culinary landscape of the state. Most importantly, we strive to serve locals and visitors with food that is fresh, mindful and delicious!
Gluten Free Options
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Parking Available, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Free Wifi, Takeout, Reservations, Seating, Waitstaff, Television, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Wine and Beer, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Accepts Discover, Accepts Credit Cards
We shared the fish and chips and the husband had the Taste of Maine Beer Sampler platter which he throughly enjoyed. The service was friendly and attentive. They had some interesting gifts by the cash register - their own little gift shop.
I don't understand today's business model.. overcharge the guest, make them wait way too long, provide them with subpar service, offer low quality food.. then have the nerve to complain about a poor tip?
Some of the menu selection's alone are baffling.. hot blueberry sauce...More
This was our 3rd stop at Roberts in the last 3 years or so. Our first visit was in June of "06 and I believe they had just opened. We had a great lunch and loved the decor, we even got a tour of the...More
I ordered chicken with blueberries and it was not good at all. It smelled like a waffle which was is fine I guess, The meat could have been cooked more. The service is so-so because they seem stiff in the friendless area.
The best place to eat in the York area. We recently discovered this after seeing a review online. The first time we went was in June on a Thursday. On Thursdays the kids eat FREE and parents' entrees are under $10! Everyone is super nice...More
I thought it would be too pricey for us ( I think the young male maitre d' came off a little snooty) but when we sat down I felt very comfortable. The wait staff looked very professional in their long white aprons. I loved the...More
After reading some of the reviews we were reluctant to stop by at Robert's,, but we did anyway and were very happy we did.
WE had a excellent Valentine's dinner! Fast service, Delicious
clam chowdaw and our entrees were superb. The portions were
We stopped by yesterday after a recommendation from a shopkeeper. We were so glad we took her advice. The place had just the right vibe, casual and welcoming, focus on fresh food with local ingredients. Artwork by Maine artists. Impeccably clean, a fresh renovation that...More
I am a fan of Roberts's sister restaurant across the street, Bob Clam Hut. Robert's, however, did not live up the family name. The food was only okay and service was spotty.
I expected a more upscale experience; not paper napkins.
All 4 people in...More
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mlandgarte, Owner at Robert's Maine Grill, responded to this reviewResponded 24 March 2008
I apologize Robert's did not live up to your expectations. We are still fairly new but are aspiring to the same lofty standards that Bob's Clam Hut does. The concept is casual - paper napkins, kraft paper on the tables - but the...More
I got the lobster and chopped salad plate for $19 - that same dish would've had a $30 price tag in NYC, and the lobster was good, not chewy.
The clam chowder was excellent - wish I had a whole bowl instead of a cup....More