My husband and I ordered from the summer tasting menu, and we both thoroughly enjoyed each and every course and pairing. The Japanese Wagyu was the highlight for me, and was probably the best steak I've ever eaten.
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This one Michelin star restaurant will not leave you broke. Surprisingly reasonably priced for its category, especially for the appetizer dishes.The place itself is very charming, the food is very good: we loved the smoked egg, the pasta and the duck. The scallops crudo was...More
My wife and I decided to do the tasting menu with wine pairings our last night in Healdsburg. The setting on the back porch was beautiful. The staff and service was very good as well. Each course was explained as was the paired wine. While...More
We passed up some really good restaurants for a chance to eat at this Michelin Star restaurant, what a mistake!! Our party of four was seated at the "fully booked" restaurant in a room that was less than 1/4 occupied. we had accepted a later...More
My wife and I went to Madrona Manor for our 20th wedding anniversary, and it was just stunningly good. We had the tasting dinner, and it was about 17 courses, each more spectacular than the last. One of the best meals we've ever had. So...More
I had elevated hopes for this place based on the Michelin rating and online reviews. It felt like we had the 'B' team most of the evening. We had an 8:00pm reservation, and arrived 10 minutes early. We waited past our reservation time before we...More
We've eaten there several times over the years. They have a lovely outdoor patio, quiet with a nice view of their garden.The indoor rooms are lovely and quiet as well. We had items from the a la carte menue not their chef's tasting one. The...More
In Healdsburg on Christmas Day, my wife and I couldn't find a restaurant open for that day until we called Madrona Manor and found they were serving a special Dickens afternoon meal, a dinner rather than a lunch. We knew the cost was high but...More
This is a place to take your sweetheart and have a long romantic dinner for 2. The food is expertly prepared and served with care to ensure that you have an outstanding experience. Bring local wine (Healdsburg area) to avoid the corkage fee.
The setting is quaint, the service was a bit rough on the edges for a one star Michelin restaurant (and it was too slow), the food was interesting and good but we were not wowed (which is what we were expecting).