Pricey for the quality of the food. They are trying to be more than they deliver. Very inconsistent service. Brunch is way overpriced! Same food on brunch every time we have gone. Desserts are bought from purveyor nothing made in house. Steaks are good but not great. Many other steakhouses in the area and Atlanta to choose from that have better service, food and prices!
Posted: 3/28/2009 • Link to this review
I've been here several times for special company lunches. They do a good job of catering to a large group. I find it overpriced for what you get. Not being a big steak eater, I find the menu limited. The seafood dishes and salad dishes I've had were only ok.
Posted: 7/09/2008 • Link to this review
Overall this is a place to go when you are on the company credit card. It really caters to this crowd. The waiter I had was very good, but tried to upsell everything. He is used to selling to the business people and probably does very well at it.
Posted: 6/30/2008 • Last edited: 7/06/2008 • Link to this review
Waitress could hardly speak English, very noisy, high priced ($6.25 for a draft beer? $40 for a steak?), food was decent but not outstanding for the price, had to ask for a bread basket. Wouldn't recommend it unless you got money to burn.
Posted: 1/04/2008 • Last edited: 1/23/2009 • Link to this review
Great service, great food. Price is definitely higher that other steak restaurant, but it's worth it. Great place for client take-out lunch or dinner. Great place for a romantic dinner between significant others. It definitely has the atmosphere to feel that you and your company are truely special.
Posted: 11/12/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
At first, you think "my lord...that's a lot of money to spend for a meal", but it's absolutely incredible! I have never seen so much food in all my life as their sunday brunch. EVERYTHING is here.
Posted: 11/07/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
If you are hungry on a Sunday morning, and feel like a brunch that will 1) not break the bank, 2) have plenty of variety and 3) taste delciious - then Ray's Killer Creek needs to be your next stop. Ray's Killer Creek has a bountiful Sunday Brunch that weighs in around $20 or so. There are your obligitory breakfast items (scrambled eggs, eggs benedict, bacon, sausage links, fantastic cheese grits, home fries, etc.) and an omelette station. There is also a wide array of lunch items (beef burgundy, panko-crusted chicken fingers, salmon, mac and cheese, etc.) a carving station, peel-and-eat shrimp, cheeses, among other items. To finish the meal, they feature several cakes and pies, as well as fruits and a chocolate fondue. Truthfully, there is so many items, I may be forgetting some. The service at Ray's Killer Creek is fantastic, and the food will leave you wanting to return every Sunday morning.
Posted: 11/06/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
I really like this place. The food is so good, especially the crab bisque! I also love the portabella stack. I would only go there for lunch because as you can see from the other reviews, it is very expensive! It's good to go there when you really want to indulge at lunch. Way to expensive for dinner unless a special occasion, like anniversary or something.
Posted: 10/11/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
I've been here for business dinners, mostly in private rooms, so from that perspective, the service was always very good and the private function rooms are nice (one has a deck by the creek). Food has always been very good. I would agree with a previous review that the main dining area seemed a bit loud. Although the steak here isn't bad, I'd pick Stoney River over Killer Creek if given a choice.
Posted: 9/28/2006 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review