WILDWOOD STEAKHOUSE, MARLBORO, MA

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Founded in 1924 the name Wildwood has been synonymous with quality food, drink, atmosphere and service to its customers. It was then called the Wildwood Inn and in 1954 ownership passed to the Seymour family who added new life to the Wildwood with an expansion of the menu and of the restaurant itself and soon the Wildwood Steakhouse was born.

The Wildwood was completely renovated breathing new life again into the restaurant with a new value-driven menu. Naturally the Wildwood’s hallmark sirloin steak is still on the menu but with many new additions to please even the most delicate palate.

Check out Our Menu or stop in today for a martini and oysters from the raw bar or sit in our new dining area and experience some of our new menu selections and our famous steak, fresh fish selections, specialty dishes and more.

 

WILDWOOD STEAKHOUSE, MARLBORO, MA

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4 months ago

We took our friends to dinner last night after
Months of raving about the food.
Could not have been more disappointed and embarrassed.
First off our waitress was amazing and can’t fault her, she did her best.
We started the night with coconut shrimp which was way over cooked and hard. Our friend had the onion soup, took one bite and pushed it away, his wife and my husband tried it and they both said it was awful (odd taste). My girlfriend had the tiger shrimp
Cocktail which was so bad, we all tried and had to spit it out. Not sure if it went bad but it had a pickled taste to it.
Dinner came, three steaks I ordered medium our friend ordered medium well they were both blood red. My husband ordered a sirloin medium and it was overcooked with no pink at all and very tough.
The waitress did replace the onion soup with clam chowder which they said was good. She took off the shrimp cocktail and gave us a free dessert, the chocolate layer cake (always been my favorite), sad to say this was dry and almost stale tasting.
We did hear others complaining and we were told the kitchen was slammed. I don’t feel that should be an excuse for a restaurant of this caliber. My husband and I have been going here for years with our family and honestly have never had a bad experience.
So last night, bringing our friends was pretty embarrassing and very disappointing
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I’ve been going to the Wildwood since I was a child with my grandparents and now my kids go with me. Great food and drinks, friendly staff and atmosphere for the whole family.