How I avoided this place for the past five years is a mystery to me! I love good diner food and this place rocks it…….
It always makes me wonder why restaurants do not take the time to train staff that the most important thing they can do when new or old customers come in is to greet them……..
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Entrance to Wild Goat Bistro
Restaurant names fascinate me and I like learning how a name is chosen. In this case, especially when the owner is a vegetarian and the name refers to meat…………
This is an update to my earlier post (12/18/11) and review.
On our most recent visit, Saturday, May 12 our dining experience was less than anticipated. Plainly stated it was disappointing and mediocre. The waiter was friendly and efficient but the food we ordered fell far below the mark for taste and appeal.
Perhaps it was an off night but, I wonder? The Salad Caprese we shared (tomatoes, Mozzarella and basil) needed a good sprinkle of sea salt before it left the kitchen; the Risotto Del Giorno (of the day) prawn, was bland and colorless; and the house-made lasagna came swimming in a thin and watery, bright scarlet sauce. Not up to their usual standards. Redemption came in the form of a Limoncello Frozen Parfait. Refreshing.
My original rating for this restaurant was 4-Stars. Something has definitely changed and for now I feel it’s 3-Stars only.
Just like the popular TV sitcom, Cheers – “Where everybody knows your name and they’re always glad you came” …..
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Two restaurants under the same roof with three chefs? An interesting concept that actually works…..
The only enjoyable portion of our meal were the hand-crafted Margaritas and the excellent house-made corn tortilla‘s made from organic masa in three varieties…….
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Small and tucked in a mini strip-mall off Hwy #116 right by the #101 freeway off-ramp and just before entering Cotati, this place is a little jewel …….
Tyler Florence‘s newest eatery is fast becoming a local watering hole, with eight craft beers on tap from California and beyond…..The menu is stylish for a tavern, with offerings of Organic Burrata, Tomales Bay Mussels and a Salmon BLT……