We used to view this restaurant as our place to go as a treat. The last visit in April was a disappointment on all levels. Has there been a management change? My rib eye was not even close to supermarket quality. All grizzle. And what's the deal of piling the entree on top of mash potatoes? It makes the plate look like a garbage dump IMHO.
Posted: 8/02/2010 • Link to this review
A friend told us about this restaurant. It's a hidden gem in the East Cobb area. The food is great. Our 12 year old son loves the lobster ravoli. Upscale food, great atmosphere and servers who remember you and your favorite drink after a few visits! Don't forget dessert. The pastry chef is amazing!
Posted: 7/10/2008 • Last edited: 7/11/2008 • Link to this review
I love to go to Ritters because they are so accomodating and the food is so good. I like to get a vegetarian plate of whatever they are serving that night.
Posted: 5/19/2008 • Last edited: 5/29/2008 • Link to this review
Hubby and I needed a place for "Date Night"- the first time in forever with NO KIDS!!! We wanted good food and a nice atmosphere. One of my good friends suggested this place. The staff was so nice. The food was AWESOME. The desserts.....YUMMO!! You must have desserts- Ritters is known for their chocoalte chip cookies-they have nuts in them and we don't care for that but it was good. If you live in East Cobb, this place is a must! And you can make reservations. :)
Posted: 4/06/2008 • Link to this review
The made-from-scratch, hot buttery crackers are a nice change from bread as the hors d'oevres. The service is good although there is very little space to wait for a table. Wish they were open for weekend lunches. Wish I could eat their desserts every night! They continue to make me a custom-built vegetarian hot or cold plate (I just request that the chef pulls something together with whatever foods are available and out comes of beautiful, varied, and scrumptious plate)
Posted: 11/05/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
This establishment has great atmosphere. It's quaint but a good place to meet a friend for a happy hour cocktail. I've had 3 entrees and have been satisfied but not impressed. Although the food is okay, it's about the best East Cobb has to offer. Also, don't order the burger; It's way too thick to eat without a fork and knife.
Posted: 10/16/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
This East Cobb eatery is a family-owned gem tucked into a small strip shopping center. It is a wonderful place for lunch and dinner, with a varied menu. The chef is the owner and his wife makes the most heavenly desserts---the Ritter Cookie is a must-try, especially served hot with ice cream on the side. The staff is friendly and helpful and the ambience is cozy and upscale, without being pretentious or cold. Dress is casual or better, depending upon your occasion. It is a perfect place to meet a friend for drinks or a meal, and a great spot for parties. Well worth the drive.
Posted: 2/13/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
One of the owners is an ex-pastry chef, so the desserts are unbelievably varied, well-presented and yummy. We took the German contingent of our family there and they loved the Fish and Chips. I always ask for a cooked vegetable plate, low-oil, with a bit of soysauce and am nearly always pleased with the portobello/asparagus/spinach/etc concoctions the chefs make up. We go there regularly and try to be early (6pm?) to avoid the waits, esp in bad weather since there is minimal waiting space indoors.
Posted: 1/07/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
One of my favorite places to eat. The menu is large and the service very good. Their soups are a treat as well as their salads and sandwiches. I always look forward to going here.
Posted: 3/14/2006 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review