I was lucky enough to not only dine at La Caille, but also to stay in the lovely Cottage. My dinner was fantastic, from the first amuse bouche (Jerusalem artichoke) through the last bite of dessert (Bananas Foster - what a show), everything was delicious, and artfully presented.
I began with a pear salad (much larger than I expected), followed by another amuse bouche (Venison), Brussels Sprouts - on the stalk - how unique and delicious, and then my entree, locally raised Rack of Lamb (superb). The house-made raspberry sorbet intermezzo was stellar, so fresh. We shared the Bananas Foster, and Malin, our wonderful waiter, was so excited to prepare it for us. Even though he must have prepared this thousands of times (he's been there over 20 years), it felt as if it was still a thrill for him (as it was for us).
My friend had the lobster bisque to start, and then the filet mignon, which he said both were fantastic.
They have a nice assortment of mocktails, and the La Caille Seyval Blanc wine was smooth and delicious.
The cottage was a pleasant retreat in the woods. From the fireplace to the hot tub and the huge, 4-poster bed, it was such a treat to stay there. The furnishings are beautiful and homey, and the breakfast that they delivered was delicious (a huge basket of pastries, croissants and homemade granola. If you get the chance, spend the weekend!
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