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Open now 17:00 - 20:30
$$$$ Price range per person $31-60
24 Elm St, Woodstock
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Woodstock, Vermont, USA

After watching Dana House, have a meal at Prince and the Pauper. The chef at this restaurant cooks good terrine, pate and smoked salmon. You will like its food, especially nicely cooked profiteroles, ice cream and cheesecakes. It's nice to order delicious marsala, beer or martinis. Great coffee is waiting for you at Prince and the Pauper.

This place is suitable for celebrating an anniversary, a wedding or a birthday party. A number of visitors consider the staff terrific. If you want to experience fabulous service, you should go to this spot. Prices are found attractive here. There is a cozy ambiance and homey decor at this restaurant. The average rating is 4.5 on Trip.

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Romantic atmosphere

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Quiet & elegant dinner. Very nice services, good food.
Get the experience here! Attentive service, cozy atmosphere, good drinks, good wine selection, and THE FILET! My God, the filet was incredible, I cut it with a fork! Great time here!
We are staying in Woodstock for a couple days and wanted a special dinner to celebrate my birthday and enjoy our time so far away from Texas. The Prince and the Pauper was one of the top rated fine dining restaurants in Woodstock so we attempted to make a reservation a few weeks ago. My husband was told it was fully booked for this weekend since last year because it is the Dartmouth graduation weekend. We got on the waiting list anyway. A few days later we were called and told someone cancelled so we could get in.  I was thinking this must be a fantastic place to get booked a year in advance. It was with great anticipation tonight that we drove over there for our dinner. We were seated in a cozy booth in the corner. I was fine sitting in a chair, however the extremely straight backed booth was not comfortable for Steve. We were promptly greeted by our server, Mo, who told us about the specials.  We ordered off the menu, prix fixe for Saturday night--$51 each for appetizer, salad and entree. We also ordered wine by the glass. I ordered the house smoked salmon served with Raifort sauce, capers and red onion.  After telling her I was sensitive to much salt, she brought the salmon with just a few capers due to their high salt content. The salmon was mildly smoked and seemed a bit lost with the cream cheese spread (was this the Raifort sauce?) and onion. The overly dry crostini did not add to the dish. It was too dry and chalky. I used the soft French bread we were served earlier instead. Steve's ravioli appetizer with smoked chicken and cheeses and a sunflower creamy pesto was steaming hot and perfectly seasoned, the only truly great dish of the night. Salads arrived and were standard spring mix with a vinaigrette and blue cheese. Nothing special here.  My entree of magret of duck with cassis sauce was pretty on the plate but uninspired to eat. The duck was warm, not hot, a little flabby, a little chewy, and served with a side of coldish wild rice pilaf that tasted as if it were warmed over. Very plain raw tasting green beans didn't help. The black currant cassis sauce was extremely sweet and covered the plate. Steve's veal chop was even worse. It was so chewy he had trouble cutting it with his serrated knife.  The Apple and leek topping was better than the chop, however the au gratin potatoes were quite good. He also had the raw green beans and didn't touch them. We shared creme brûlée for dessert and although the custard was spot on, the sugar was bitter. Some fresh fruit would have been welcome addition to the plain Jane creme brûlée. Overall, we applauded the server, Mo, for her kindness and honesty. The high price of almost $150 before tip seemed a lot to pay for inferior food. If I lived here I wouldn't be going back.
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24 Elm St, Woodstock, Vermont, USA
Booking No outdoor seating Сredit cards accepted Wheelchair accessible No delivery Wi-Fi No takeaway Parking No TV
Opening hours
SundaySun 17:00-20:30
MondayMon 17:00-20:30
TuesdayTue 17:00-20:30
WednesdayWed 17:00-20:30
ThursdayThu 17:00-20:30
FridayFri 17:00-21:00
SaturdaySat 17:00-21:00
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