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“Great dinner, presentation and company.”

The Historic Requa Inn
Ranked #1 of 9 Restaurants in Klamath
Price range: US$38 - US$40
Cuisines: American
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Dining options: Reservations
Description: This Bed and Breakfast is now open to the public for dinner and breakfast. They have a limited menu and seating time, but read the reviews and you'll see it is the best food in Klamath.
Reviewed 5 October 2013

Interesting local foods.
I'm not sure if it's just the time of year, button e flies and gnats that found their way into the dining room were bothersome, for both dinner and breakfast. I'm not sure how to recommend better control in a food serving area....

Thank FDA61
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Reviewed 25 September 2013

Stayed at the Inn while exploring the Redwoods nearby. Loved the room with it's view of the Klamath River and breakfast was really great. They have made to order breakfast with different specials each morning. One morning it was Toffee Pancakes and homemade sausage patty (oh, my!) and the next was Lemon Poppy Seed Pancakes (heavenly!).
We were really glad we made reservations for the dinner. Nice presentation, fresh ingredients and everything was really amazing!

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Thank babalooey_11
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Reviewed 15 September 2013 via mobile

We stayed at the requa inn recently when we visited the area to see the redwoods. Our room was lovely large and comfortable. We only sampled the breakfast that was very good indeed, well cooked and plenty of choices. We could not have the dinner as it is 4 courses and $45 per person. I have a condition which means I can't eat large portions and it would have been a waste of money. I did ask if we could just have the main course but they are not flexible on this and it was the 4 courses or nothing. It's a shame because there are no other decent places to eat in the vicinity and that first night I just ended up having fries in a local place. However they do make the meal option clear on their website. The closest places to eat are the next town which is 20 miles away and we had already driven far enough that day. The second night we were prepared to drive the 20 miles and had a very good meal at the good harvest cafe.

The inn is not on the same side of the road as the river and whilst we had a great view of the river the noise of the traffic was such that for 2 nights we stayed there both my husband and I got very little sleep. For a quiet place there was a lot of traffic be it cars whiz zing past until the early hours or boats revving past the inn as late as 3am!! This did spoil it for us and so If you do stay there I woud highly recommend foregoing the view and staying on the other side of the inn where it must be quieter.

Breakfast is served at 8 am which was too late for us to take advantage of it on the second day, they did however make us toast and coffee before we left at 7am which was great.

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Thank Tessygirl16
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Reviewed 9 September 2013 via mobile

The food was great, the view is great, overlooking the Klamath river! The service was excellent and the price was very reasonable! Wish we had stayed at the Inn for the night, that was reasonably priced as well!

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Thank John B
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Reviewed 25 August 2013

This is a review of the restaurant only. The set menu consisted of four courses. Maybe we ate there on an off night. It wasn't that the food was bad; it just wasn't anything special. It was hard to tell sometimes because the portions were so tiny that we barely got a taste of some items. For instance, there was supposed to be baby kale with one dish. That turned out to be one very small leaf about the size of your big toenail -- no kidding. The main course was pork shoulder with plums. The pork shoulder was a small chunk of pulled pork that was rather dry and not particularly flavorful. The four small roasted plums -- more the size of cherries -- from the inn's garden were fine, but not noteworthy. There was a tiny line of dipping sauce for the pork, but there was so little of it that we couldn't even tell what it tasted like. Really, the plates would have made very small appetizers in most restaurants. Fortunately, there were chocolate chip cookies in the lobby; we filled up on those as we left. I would say that they are trying very hard to be a trendy, upscale restaurant and not quite pulling it off. At $90 dollars for two, it was a major disappointment. We won't be giving it a second chance.

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