Ted's marinated sirloin, baked potato, salad with blue cheese dressing and a good glass of Zin. Fine, in one of Montrose's landmarks.
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My husband and I enjoyed dinner at Ted's during our short visit to Montrose. I had the marinated sirloin, which was prepared to a perfect medium rare, and he had the stuffed salmon. Not only was the food truly great, the service was friendly and...More
We have found Ted's to be one of the best restaurants in Montrose to eat........Great food and friendly staff......!! A little more expensive than the average in our small town but, occasional special dates are worth the expense.
Based on the advice of tripadvisor, we tried Ted's for dinner and the advice could not have been any better. Good food is one thing but being made to feel appreciated as a customer is rare anymore. Ted personally sat us at our table and...More
Fabulous blackened steak and salad! Surprisingly a decent wine list, I had the Malbec from Argentina. Walking distance from hi way 50 roadside motels , could use a lighted sign but I found it. What this steakhouse has is super customer service!! you will not...More
Ted's restaurant has the best Ranch in town! There soup's are awesome also. The wait staff are professional and your food comes out on time.
This man knows how to operate a customer focused restaurant!! Didn’t get met at the door by Ted as I had been briefed by my driver from the Holiday Inn but before my drink showed up he came by my table to welcome me. I...More
Never had anything on the menu that disappointed me. The specials are always good. The service is excellent. Recommend reservations during peak times in the Summer. Ted is the owner and usually checks on how things are going.
We have been traveling for 10 days and stopped in Montrose for the night. We read reviews on Trip advisor and were were not disappointed. It isn't real fancy on the outside, but wait to you sit down. Excellent service Our server was Idania and...More
My wife and I ate here during a stay in Montrose. The parking was crowded, but we found a spot and walking toward the building were invited to come in through a door which opened into the kitchen. An older man, obviously the owner, told...More