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We live in Big Sur, and we come here for lunch often. The food is fantastic! We always get the Fried Chicken Sandwhich, but everything on the menu is good. Beautiful views, fast service. This place gets BUSY, so don't expect your waitress to sit and chat and answer your millions of questions... thats not why you stopped anyways, go for the food and beautiful Big Sur views, and tip your waitress generously- they are running all day. Thanks Lucia! See you again soon
Beautiful view! Food came out fast, waitress was stressed and her vibe was felt. Beer was cold and fish and chips were just OK! A bit too oily for my liking. What got me was they charge for their internet with the $1.99 an hour more like for 5 minutes before it goes out. basically, if you open open more than 1 email your internet is OVER and you have to pay again. What a CROCK! I just paid good $$$ for your plate of mediocre fish and chips you might not want to charge your paying customers for the internet. Just saying.. 3 starts for the cold beer and view
Very overpriced food for the quality. We ordered the California sandwich and the avocado wasn't fresh and the deli turkey meat did not taste fresh. Lackluster service and no ambiance.
Drove from Bay Area, originally wanted to eat at Nepenthe. However they are not dog friendly, nor friendly to begin with. What a pleasant treat to pass by your place. Your view is gorgeous, and your waitress was so nice and sweet to me and my dog! Food was great too. Thank you for making our road trip that much better! Seriously!
An absolute must stay if you're planning on being in the Big Sur area! It's charm and location sell it but the service is absolutely wonderful! I stayed for one night and was getting in late. Despite being a small lodge, they made it so easy for me to have a late check-in. I was so grateful for that! Stayed in cabin #7 and it didn't disappoint. Waking up to that view was such a treat! Also the continental breakfast is incredible and I love the hours for the breakfast. 8-10am (actually do-able continental breakfast hours). All in all, splurge and stay here!
We stopped by and wanted to have a quick lunch but the lady was very mean to us. I didn't quite understand why, maybe because we have a Corgi with us? I asked her "Is dog allowed on the patio?" She walked by us, answered me without patience and without looking at me: "as long as other customers don't mind." and walked away directly. We were not being respected at all. So we decided to go. I feel like this little lunch place is just too arrogant. Maybe they think they are the only stop within several miles??? Suggestion: Don't waste your time eating there and ordering from a mean lady! Just grab a drink at the store is enough.
Awesome ocean views from Cottage#7 ! They have pretty decent sized , tidy rooms. Iron box/ stand were not provided, That was the only thing we missed during our stay here. Plenty of parking. They even have a store and restaurant just 0.1 mile from this place. They serve breakfast, lunch, dinner -They close pretty early, so check the timings before you go. They have a small hiking spot behind the cottages with beautiful sunset views. I would love to stay here again :)
On the edge of the world one can find absolute bliss. That place is Lucia, CA. A great place for lunching. An even better place for relaxing. Come here to the Edge Restaurant at Lucia for a day trip. Stop by the store for a snack. Even better, spend a few days at the Lodge. It will rock your world. :-)
Wow what a location...it's hidden gem! Did not expect good quality food here. But Food was awesome. Specially the veggie sandwich!!
Currently staying in one of their ocean view cottages...the view is amazing! The room is clean and comfortable. I tried the restaurant last night for dinner and was quickly disappointed. I was one of only 2 couples that were there, so it was nice to have some quite time by the indoor fireplace. I was struck as to how limited the menu was, but thought "Hey! They must make these dishes really well to have served them so often" I was mistaken again! The Alfredo linguini I had ordered came with an amazing (not in a good way) amount of parsley on top, diminishing the overall flavor of the Alfredo sauce, which I suspect was from a jar! For the prices that are changed, you would expect to get a decent meal here in Big Sur, but No Sir! That is not the case...(sigh) again (sigh)
After driving south from Carmel, I thought the road would never end. Finding this place was a huge relief. They have a wonderful restaurant inside, and a huge patio outside overlooking the ocean. We had some wonderful soup. The other items on menu all sounded good, but the soup was plenty enough to satisfy us as we continued our travels south.
We were driving down from Pacific Grove and had been rerouted through the mountains due to a section of Route 1 being closed due to the recent landslides in the area. We had been driving for 3 and half hours and were pretty hungry. We had stopped for lunch. It was empty besides two others who were also stopping for lunch. The waitress's name was Bree and she was attentive and very pleasant. I had the chicken sandwich, which was quite tasty but a bit pricy. But when it's the only restaurant for miles, I guess you have to deal with it. I did leave feeling full but not hating myself for eating too much. P.S they have a lovely view from the windows inside
We came not once but twice during the most recent road outage, riding the electric bikes to and fro from Big Sur Bakery. We stayed in two different units--comfortable and oh so quiet with the road all but closed. We took our dinners and breakfasts at the lodge and enjoyed the views, service and tasty meals too.
**This review is for the restaurant only** Stopped by here on our way between the parks without looking at any reviews. I was expecting boring, normal American cuisine but was pleasantly surprised by the artisan/gastropub vibe of our food. Got the Fish and Chips & Crispy Chicken Burger. Scenic views add to the relaxing atmosphere. Waitress was extremely friendly and seemed to know the area well. She was offering advice to several groups around us.
Wow what a cozy stay along the highway. It doesn't get anymore beautiful than this. Old fashioned lodge and very friendly staff
We decided to stay at Lucia Lodge after reading reviews about this place right on the edge of the cliff with glorious views. Because room #10 was available, we snagged it. In all honesty, I'm not sure I'd recommend staying here if room #10 isn't available because the views are so so worth ita and that extra privacy is great. Check in was interesting, as it takes place in their convenience store. We got our key and drove our to our room. Room #10 is really large, with a queen bed, leather sofa, leather armchair, desk, and coffee table. There's also a closet and a small bathroom with just a shower. There are several windows, which we promptly opened to take advantage of the breeze and the sound of the ocean below. We unpacked our stuff, found our binoculars, and went to the cliff's edge, where we happily spotted seals all evening. We took the trail up to the top (which is a pretty vertical hike) and also enjoyed the views from there (although note - in June, you cannot see the sun go down from here as its blocked by trees). And that's pretty much it. We alternated between taking in views above our cabin and below, counting the seals and watching them. Had we not had binoculars I think we would have been really bored. Wifi was sloooooooooooowwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww, which was frustrating. We walked to dinner (we had considered driving to Treebones for sushi, but due to the road closures, didn't want to take a chance getting stuck). Opera blared as we entered the dining room (it was Orff's Carmina Burana, which I love, but isn't exactly the best music for a seaside dinner...) and we seated ourselves by the window to look out at the water. Truly amazing views! We were 1 of 3 tables (although to be fair, we went rather late; we were the last table seated). Our waitress was super friendly and informative. We had some wine and got the house salad (very good!) and the fettucine with blackened chicken (yum!). We enjoyed our dinner, which was very homey and satisfying. If staying here, I would recommend bringing a cooler. They do have ice so you can stock up on that, but if you have a cooler, you can at least bring wine/beer and sandwiches to eat while overlooking the water from your room (which is what our neighbors did). They do provide wine glasses and a cork screw in the room. We spent the evening reading and just prepping for the next day. I slept pretty okay, but kept getting hot under the down comforter and then getting cold since its so chilly in central CA in June. In the morning, there was no view at all. We were literally in the clouds. We walked to get our continental breakfast, which was coffee, tea, toast, oatmeal, yogurt, hard boiled eggs, and fruit. Pretty standard and okay. This time, we were only 1 of 2 in the dining room, which was a misfortune for us as the other table decided to get into a horrible fight with each other despite us being a few tables over. Awkward! Oh well. All in all, I'm glad we drove down to Lucia Lodge and had a relaxing evening watching the ocean and the seals. However, I think I would have been happier to stay one more night in Big Sur proper at Glen Oaks or an extra night in Carmel.
A little surprise in big sir the best food fish and chip were the best service was wonderful and very good at checking with us in any needs
We stopped here for lunch yesterday (Friday 2/12) at about 12:30. You can sit where you like, so we sat at one of 2 empty tables. The waitress came over and told us a bunch of people had just come in, so she might not get to us for a while. No problem, we said. We looked over the menu. $17.95 for a sandwich. More than Disneyland. Well, this is the only place on Highway 1 for miles and miles, so we decided to deal with it. People left, stuff got cleared, more people were seated. Fifteen minutes or so in, my husband got up and gave a chair to an older couple who were trying to sit at a small empty table that only had one chair. Then the waitress came over and took the order of the older couple. My husband and I looked at each other. The couple wasn't even ready to order and had just opened their menus. We'd been seated for far longer and we hadn't even gotten to ask for drinks. We left and went to the Whale Watcher's Inn about 7 miles south.
Let me start this review by saying that I did not stay at this motel/hotel/cabins. I simply want to review the management. My friend and I were driving down the 1 during a heavy downpour and fog when we hit a massive boulder that totally destroyed our rim. With our runningflats we managed to limp to this spot. We had no service. Anywhere. So when we pulled up to this place we thought we were saved! Well we park the car and go into the shop around 5.30pm and explain that our car is un-drivable (car didn't come with a spare from the factory, thus the running flats) and if we could possibly use the phone to contact the appropriate people, tow truck, family etc. older lady at the register, instead of having what I thought was going to be the normal humane response of "oh of course, hope you guys are ok" instead refused to give us the phone. She said we could use the internet for a fee.. since in her words "they pay around $80/mo for internet and it's very expensive" I thought to myself, that's actually cheaper than what I pay per month, but I restrained myself. ok fine we paid for it, we still couldn't make calls cause the Internet was that bad. We ask for the phone again, she still hesitated and said that it's just for emergencies, we explained that it was and if they didn't help us we would still be there the next morning in the same exact situation. So, reluctantly, she hands over the phone. My friends makes the call to his insurance who asked for the phone number which she refused to give us. In short mngmt is just so mean and doesn't want to help stranded people because in their words "there are too many people who get stranded here" I will never stay at someone's business who doesn't have a shred of human decency
We dine here often when we drive through Big Sur, mainly because there's no other place to eat for miles. The outdoor patio is beautiful with a spectacular view of the ocean and mountains. The service is great and you can linger here for a while as we did, ordering drinks and sketching the coastline. They also allowed us to charge our camera inside while we ate. I usually get a vegetarian sandwich here and the ingredients are always fresh and great.
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