Nice little spot for lunch. Not Great food but nice enough for a casual bite to eat. It could be a little bit brighter for my taste. Unless you sit by the window which i always request to do if possible.
Miserable OwnerAnyone that gave this place more than 1 star and a positive review must not have come in contact with the older short-haired blonde woman! My first (and will be my only) experience with Remington's was not a pleasant one. From the moment me, my daughter, and my mom walked through the front door we were treated like we were an annoyance. How dare we attempt to patronize this establishment on a Tuesday night in December. It was surreal.....we left and went to Twigs up the street where we were greeted with a smile and had a great meal. If your in Tunkhannock looking for a place to eat and see Remington's keep driving!!
I am giving this a one star because their green beans were good. The steak was suppose to be medium rare but came out as well done. I told the waitress and her response was TO WALK AWAY! Soon after she picked up our plates and presented us with a $40 bill. It was so unbelievable. Would not recommend.
Excellent food at a reasonable price. While it's true that this is not a restaurant to choose for a thirty-minute power lunch, and its service is not up to NYC speeds, neither will you be rushed out the door. Rather, you can spend a very pleasant and relaxed time enjoying a great meal in a great atmosphere,
I don't want to put a one star but have no choice.We have gone a few times to give them a second chance, but with no prevail the place just sucks! They are very self centered, think that you are doing them the favor, no personality from owner who is the wife of the cook. Their attitude is just to make money, the food portions are ridiculous and the tall younger waitress is definitely in another world. uncurious, disrespectful and downright not business oriented.It is true about having the reviews on their web page,they do not. Don't waste your time money. Their are plenty of wonderful other resturanunts in Tunkhannock to patronize.