Cyrus Restaurant

★★★★☆
  • 421 Healdsburg Ave

    Healdsburg, CA 95448

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  • 707-433-3311

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I've dined at some of the best restaurants in the World.
That said, I've been looking forward to having dinner at Cyrus for at least 2 years. I went recently and was royally disappointed. I can't believe I'm writing this review because Cyrus is still better than 90% of the restaurants out there. However, given all of its hype and its price tag...it was a big disappointment. The Healdsburg location and the service staff are its best attributes. Cyrus however should stop offering reservations after 9pm when you can only have a 5 or 8-course meal. I wasn't seated until 10pm for my 9:30pm reservation; and no apology was given. By the 2nd course, I was ready to fall asleep in my plate and suffered through an endless string of 'just OK' dishes that ended at 1AM and totaled $400....it all seemed so criminal.

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★★☆☆☆

I've dined at some of the best restaurants in the World.
That said, I've been looking forward to having dinner at Cyrus for at least 2 years. I went recently and was royally disappointed. I can't believe I'm writing this review because Cyrus is still better than 90% of the restaurants out there. However, given all of its hype and its price tag...it was a big disappointment. The Healdsburg location and the service staff are its best attributes. Cyrus however should stop offering reservations after 9pm when you can only have a 5 or 8-course meal. I wasn't seated until 10pm for my 9:30pm reservation; and no apology was given. By the 2nd course, I was ready to fall asleep in my plate and suffered through an endless string of 'just OK' dishes that ended at 1AM and totaled $400....it all seemed so criminal.

Pros: Service, location, wagyu beef dish

Cons: Late reservation, narrow interior space, food just ok

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pretentious load of flavorless culinary gymnastics served without warmth

they are all about money and show with
75% of the dishes barely edible
even the bread was awful

who did they pay to give positive reviews of this place?

0
★☆☆☆☆

pretentious load of flavorless culinary gymnastics served without warmth

they are all about money and show with
75% of the dishes barely edible
even the bread was awful

who did they pay to give positive reviews of this place?

Cons: hi priced inept copy of the french laundry

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It's difficult for me to convey what a wonderful experience this was. The quality and creativity of the meal (7 course dinner + 4 extra courses) was exceptional, the service was IMPECCABLE, and although we spent a week's salary on a single meal, I would do it again in a heartbeat.

5
★★★★★

It's difficult for me to convey what a wonderful experience this was. The quality and creativity of the meal (7 course dinner + 4 extra courses) was exceptional, the service was IMPECCABLE, and although we spent a week's salary on a single meal, I would do it again in a heartbeat.

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Cyrus was simply HORRIBLE! Pretencious for no good reason - chintzy room, cheap suits on waiters, guests in flip-flops (!). We brought a beautiful Biale wine which staff failed to open w/out our requesting. Sommelier suggested cocktail "The Last Word" which truly was so for my tastebuds! Incredibly sweet, lime flavor after which I could not taste our Biale. DISGUSTING! 1st course: tasteless cold lobster w/ awful parsley oil sauce. Oh, forgot gratis slimey cucumber starter. WEIRD! 2nd course: GREAT foie gras. 3rd course: WORLD'S SALTIEST SAUCE over nice seared lamb (3 tiny slices) and, I swear, BUSH'S BAKED BEANS! UNBELIEVEABLE! Last, 3 minute desserts (thankfully), 1 of which was supposed to be blackberry bread pudding but looked/tasted like a cube of bland cheese. No flavor whatsoever!

All that for only $308 for 2 people. I WOULDN'T GO BACK IF THEY OFFERED ME A FREE MEAL!!!

0
★☆☆☆☆

Cyrus was simply HORRIBLE! Pretencious for no good reason - chintzy room, cheap suits on waiters, guests in flip-flops (!). We brought a beautiful Biale wine which staff failed to open w/out our requesting. Sommelier suggested cocktail "The Last Word" which truly was so for my tastebuds! Incredibly sweet, lime flavor after which I could not taste our Biale. DISGUSTING! 1st course: tasteless cold lobster w/ awful parsley oil sauce. Oh, forgot gratis slimey cucumber starter. WEIRD! 2nd course: GREAT foie gras. 3rd course: WORLD'S SALTIEST SAUCE over nice seared lamb (3 tiny slices) and, I swear, BUSH'S BAKED BEANS! UNBELIEVEABLE! Last, 3 minute desserts (thankfully), 1 of which was supposed to be blackberry bread pudding but looked/tasted like a cube of bland cheese. No flavor whatsoever!

All that for only $308 for 2 people. I WOULDN'T GO BACK IF THEY OFFERED ME A FREE MEAL!!!

Pros: Great for emptying your bank account

Cons: Mostly horrible, ridiculous food; our waiter was excellent but the rest were IDIOTS

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This was one of the worst experiences I have ever had. To begin with we were not told of a dress code. As wine country tourists, we were dressed nicely but casually; shorts, summer trendy filp flops, nice shirts, etc. We were told that we could not dine in shorts or our expensive flip flops. We then wanted to cancel our reservation as our hotel was 30 minutes away but we were told that we would have to pay a $250 fine! Have you ever heard of such a thing?! So the four of us hurried back to our hotel and made it back for dinner. We chose the wine paired dinner and began with champagne and caviar, the only good thing.

The menu was disgusting and poorly thought out. The three first courses were all sesame oil based and tasted the same. The three following courses were foie gras, kobe beef, and pork that was in fact a chunk of fat in mayo. All of us were grossed out by the degree of fatty foods served to us by then and only the foie gras was somewhat good. The wines paired with the meals were nothing special and we never got the Wow! effect we usually get from paired menus. Never did any of the multiple waiters ask us if we were enjoying our food and some courses were served without explanation or introduction

Then came the $1200 bill for a mediocre meal and we regretted not taking the $250 fine. I have dined at many other restaurants of the sort such as Le toque, The Herbfarm Restaurant, and others in the US and Canada and this was by far the most expensive and the worst. Lesser star restaurants surpass Cyrus easily.

I think people just feel they should write a good review to justify what this place charges for a poor showing. I would have been happy to pay $1200 if I walked out feeling like a million bucks but I left feeling like a loser that had been conned and manipulated.

If you can avoid this place, you should.

0
★☆☆☆☆

This was one of the worst experiences I have ever had. To begin with we were not told of a dress code. As wine country tourists, we were dressed nicely but casually; shorts, summer trendy filp flops, nice shirts, etc. We were told that we could not dine in shorts or our expensive flip flops. We then wanted to cancel our reservation as our hotel was 30 minutes away but we were told that we would have to pay a $250 fine! Have you ever heard of such a thing?! So the four of us hurried back to our hotel and made it back for dinner. We chose the wine paired dinner and began with champagne and caviar, the only good thing.

The menu was disgusting and poorly thought out. The three first courses were all sesame oil based and tasted the same. The three following courses were foie gras, kobe beef, and pork that was in fact a chunk of fat in mayo. All of us were grossed out by the degree of fatty foods served to us by then and only the foie gras was somewhat good. The wines paired with the meals were nothing special and we never got the Wow! effect we usually get from paired menus. Never did any of the multiple waiters ask us if we were enjoying our food and some courses were served without explanation or introduction

Then came the $1200 bill for a mediocre meal and we regretted not taking the $250 fine. I have dined at many other restaurants of the sort such as Le toque, The Herbfarm Restaurant, and others in the US and Canada and this was by far the most expensive and the worst. Lesser star restaurants surpass Cyrus easily.

I think people just feel they should write a good review to justify what this place charges for a poor showing. I would have been happy to pay $1200 if I walked out feeling like a million bucks but I left feeling like a loser that had been conned and manipulated.

If you can avoid this place, you should.

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Without a doubt this was the best food, service and ambience my wife and I have experienced. Without a reservation we expected to have drinks and a couple of dishes at the bar. Thanks to a last minute cancellation a table was available. From the moment we were seated until the end of the meal 3 hours later we felt completely taken care of. The service, though formal and attentive, was never intrusive. The servers demonstrated their knowledge of the dishes, their ingredients, the preparation, etc. in a throughly unpretentious manner. At the beginning of the meal they inquired about any food allergies or particular ingredients we would want to avoid.
We had the seven course chef's tasting menu that was so beautiful and delicious that words really can't do justice to. Though quite pricey, we felt we received a tremendous value for what we had. It was simply a memorable experience that we will savor for years to come. I couldn't recommend it more highly. We hope to dine at the French Laundry early next year, I cannot imagine Cyrus can be outdone. I look forward to them trying.

2
★★★★★

Without a doubt this was the best food, service and ambience my wife and I have experienced. Without a reservation we expected to have drinks and a couple of dishes at the bar. Thanks to a last minute cancellation a table was available. From the moment we were seated until the end of the meal 3 hours later we felt completely taken care of. The service, though formal and attentive, was never intrusive. The servers demonstrated their knowledge of the dishes, their ingredients, the preparation, etc. in a throughly unpretentious manner. At the beginning of the meal they inquired about any food allergies or particular ingredients we would want to avoid.
We had the seven course chef's tasting menu that was so beautiful and delicious that words really can't do justice to. Though quite pricey, we felt we received a tremendous value for what we had. It was simply a memorable experience that we will savor for years to come. I couldn't recommend it more highly. We hope to dine at the French Laundry early next year, I cannot imagine Cyrus can be outdone. I look forward to them trying.

Pros: Everything

Cons: Nothing

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The cooking, service and ambiance of this place are all truly special. We live in Petaluma and go to Sooze for what we generally think is unsurpassed food and wine but then get reminded at places like Cyrus and La Folie (and Fleur de Lys etc) that Petaluma is in fact Small Town- if still Our Town. This is a special occasion restuarant, but truly, just going to Cyrus is occasion in and of itself. We always do the tasting menu and hold our breath and spring for one of the better bottles. Then we sell off our car and hitchhike home, me in my best shoes, with our takehome goodies, spent but happy. Desserts are to die for here.

2
★★★★★

The cooking, service and ambiance of this place are all truly special. We live in Petaluma and go to Sooze for what we generally think is unsurpassed food and wine but then get reminded at places like Cyrus and La Folie (and Fleur de Lys etc) that Petaluma is in fact Small Town- if still Our Town. This is a special occasion restuarant, but truly, just going to Cyrus is occasion in and of itself. We always do the tasting menu and hold our breath and spring for one of the better bottles. Then we sell off our car and hitchhike home, me in my best shoes, with our takehome goodies, spent but happy. Desserts are to die for here.

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Cyrus offered that perfect combination of making you feel at home yet giving you a fine dining experience to rival the best of them. We've eaten in highly-regarded restaurants all over the world, and this more than holds its own food-wise (and beats many of them). The portions were generous, given it was a tasting menu, and we loved the fact that you could truly create your own 3- 4- or 5-course tasting menu, which is quite rare in restaurants of this caliber. To go with this experience you'd expect stuffy service, no? Not here. The wait staff and sommelier were friendly, yet perfectly attentive. We were there using a package deal and were not treated differently in any way (we did order beyond what the package included). The extras, like truffles to take home with you, are a lovely touch. Finally, while it was pricey, it is less expensive than many restaurants of this level, and the course options allow you to control the price more than at some other places. We also noted that the wine list included some mid-priced options. Overall, it was a great experience and we look forward to returning.

2
★★★★★

Cyrus offered that perfect combination of making you feel at home yet giving you a fine dining experience to rival the best of them. We've eaten in highly-regarded restaurants all over the world, and this more than holds its own food-wise (and beats many of them). The portions were generous, given it was a tasting menu, and we loved the fact that you could truly create your own 3- 4- or 5-course tasting menu, which is quite rare in restaurants of this caliber. To go with this experience you'd expect stuffy service, no? Not here. The wait staff and sommelier were friendly, yet perfectly attentive. We were there using a package deal and were not treated differently in any way (we did order beyond what the package included). The extras, like truffles to take home with you, are a lovely touch. Finally, while it was pricey, it is less expensive than many restaurants of this level, and the course options allow you to control the price more than at some other places. We also noted that the wine list included some mid-priced options. Overall, it was a great experience and we look forward to returning.

Pros: Ability to create own tasting menu, quality of food, service

Cons: dining room could offer a bit more privacy/ambience per table

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Dining at Cyrus has to be at top of my list for the best dining experience, the food was impeccable; the service attentive and friendly; the ambience was elegant yet comfortable.

I highly recommend the 7 course meal truly experience the wide range of flavors, each course was different yet it came together with perfect execution. Even before we started with the tasting course, we were given canapes and amuse bouche to kick-start our palatte. My favorites include the seared foie gras ala pineapple baba au rhum, the slight bitterness of the foie gras tempered well with the sweetness of the pineapple and the rum. I also like their pen shell w/ matsutake mushroom, glass shrimp and pickled watermelon rind, dried scallop broth- the flavors were so good. I was blown away by their artisanal of cheese- we really liked the fact that he tailored the type of cheeses to our liking, bread and nuts were the perfect compliment. For my dessert, it was caramel soup with kettle corn sorbet and chocolate filigree, very decadent but a little on the sweet side for me but it was still delicious. And as for the wine list, it was like a novel- wonderful regional wines. I am blown away with Cyrus and hopefully I will get another opportunity to dine there again.

2
★★★★★

Dining at Cyrus has to be at top of my list for the best dining experience, the food was impeccable; the service attentive and friendly; the ambience was elegant yet comfortable.

I highly recommend the 7 course meal truly experience the wide range of flavors, each course was different yet it came together with perfect execution. Even before we started with the tasting course, we were given canapes and amuse bouche to kick-start our palatte. My favorites include the seared foie gras ala pineapple baba au rhum, the slight bitterness of the foie gras tempered well with the sweetness of the pineapple and the rum. I also like their pen shell w/ matsutake mushroom, glass shrimp and pickled watermelon rind, dried scallop broth- the flavors were so good. I was blown away by their artisanal of cheese- we really liked the fact that he tailored the type of cheeses to our liking, bread and nuts were the perfect compliment. For my dessert, it was caramel soup with kettle corn sorbet and chocolate filigree, very decadent but a little on the sweet side for me but it was still delicious. And as for the wine list, it was like a novel- wonderful regional wines. I am blown away with Cyrus and hopefully I will get another opportunity to dine there again.

Pros: Food, Service, Ambience, Wine list

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I think GD lost a lot when Peyton left but fortunately the shifting of talents has resulted in a net benefit. As an act of faith ordered the red wine risotto. Fabulous. *ack of lamb, stunning. Only thing is the curry sauce on one of the dishes was a bit overdelicate, but I knew it would be going in. Great wine list, of course, without the stupid "we only serve Sonoma County wines" stupidity you encounter at a lot of Healdsburg restaurants.

God this is ridiculous- I'm trying to say something about the lamb but Citysearch says I'm using an "inappropriate word (starts with "R", rhymes with "BACK")! This is my last review.

2
★★★★★

I think GD lost a lot when Peyton left but fortunately the shifting of talents has resulted in a net benefit. As an act of faith ordered the red wine risotto. Fabulous. *ack of lamb, stunning. Only thing is the curry sauce on one of the dishes was a bit overdelicate, but I knew it would be going in. Great wine list, of course, without the stupid "we only serve Sonoma County wines" stupidity you encounter at a lot of Healdsburg restaurants.

God this is ridiculous- I'm trying to say something about the lamb but Citysearch says I'm using an "inappropriate word (starts with "R", rhymes with "BACK")! This is my last review.

Cons: None

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Last week we had the opportunity to dine at Cyrus while staying in Windsor, Ca. All I can say is that it was the most fantastic meal I have ever, and probably will ever have in my entire life. Being from the NY Metro area, I have dined at many expensive and highly rated restaurants but none come close to this. I felt like a celebrity!
We chose the 5 course selection with the 5 course wine pairing (why not go for it all!) and the food was exquisite!! We arrived at early and had a drink at the bar - I was slightly disappointed that the bartender did not know how to make a daquiri straight up and her specialty drinks were not to my liking but my vodka tonic was very good. Once we were seated, we all chose to sample some champagne and it was delightful!
The food choices are excellent - the fois gras was delicious! It was almost a dessert it was so delictable. The rissotto was pure heaven in my mouth and my sweetie's duck was out of this world. The scallop dish was amazing as was the thai lobster salad (which my sweetie had). The lamb - cooked to perfection - I just don't know how to describe how wonderful everything tasted. The wine was good, though a few times we "disagreed" with the pairing choice. The service was spectacular - they made you feel like you were the only dinners in the place! I loved all the extras! Appetisers, intermezzo, desserts - it was so special. My only quam was the dessert. I had the peanut butter cloud and I didn't care for it - I would rather have chosen the duck course.
This was not only a terrific meal but a wonderful experience as well. I HIGHLY recommend anyone who passes through this area to dine here - but be ready to pay. The bill was about $450 for the two of us - but that's not outrageous considering NYC prices and it was absolutley worth every bite! (and less $$$ than the equivalent French Laundry).

2
★★★★★

Last week we had the opportunity to dine at Cyrus while staying in Windsor, Ca. All I can say is that it was the most fantastic meal I have ever, and probably will ever have in my entire life. Being from the NY Metro area, I have dined at many expensive and highly rated restaurants but none come close to this. I felt like a celebrity!
We chose the 5 course selection with the 5 course wine pairing (why not go for it all!) and the food was exquisite!! We arrived at early and had a drink at the bar - I was slightly disappointed that the bartender did not know how to make a daquiri straight up and her specialty drinks were not to my liking but my vodka tonic was very good. Once we were seated, we all chose to sample some champagne and it was delightful!
The food choices are excellent - the fois gras was delicious! It was almost a dessert it was so delictable. The rissotto was pure heaven in my mouth and my sweetie's duck was out of this world. The scallop dish was amazing as was the thai lobster salad (which my sweetie had). The lamb - cooked to perfection - I just don't know how to describe how wonderful everything tasted. The wine was good, though a few times we "disagreed" with the pairing choice. The service was spectacular - they made you feel like you were the only dinners in the place! I loved all the extras! Appetisers, intermezzo, desserts - it was so special. My only quam was the dessert. I had the peanut butter cloud and I didn't care for it - I would rather have chosen the duck course.
This was not only a terrific meal but a wonderful experience as well. I HIGHLY recommend anyone who passes through this area to dine here - but be ready to pay. The bill was about $450 for the two of us - but that's not outrageous considering NYC prices and it was absolutley worth every bite! (and less $$$ than the equivalent French Laundry).

Pros: Food, service, ambiance

Cons: Dessert

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Definitely one of the best new restaurants in California. And a dining experience at that. The menu definitely caters to both those looking for lighter dishes, or who instead may want to eat a multi course meal of many rich foods.

The service is very attentive and genuine. The wine list is great fun and if only those same cocktails could be found in San Francisco. A complete, very special, treat.

2
★★★★★

Definitely one of the best new restaurants in California. And a dining experience at that. The menu definitely caters to both those looking for lighter dishes, or who instead may want to eat a multi course meal of many rich foods.

The service is very attentive and genuine. The wine list is great fun and if only those same cocktails could be found in San Francisco. A complete, very special, treat.

Pros: Service, Varied menu, Wine list

Cons: Far from SF

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My friend and I went to Cyrus for dinner and it was amazing! However, the recent review in The Chronicle may have gone to the bartenders head. We were less than impressed with his service. That aside, the rest of our experience was fantastic. You have to love a restaurant that has a rolling cart with champagne and caviar. The "menage a foie" course was to die for. The gnocchi with sweetbreads and shaved black truffles was a little piece of heaven on a plate.

Overall a wonderful and memorable experience.

2
★★★★★

My friend and I went to Cyrus for dinner and it was amazing! However, the recent review in The Chronicle may have gone to the bartenders head. We were less than impressed with his service. That aside, the rest of our experience was fantastic. You have to love a restaurant that has a rolling cart with champagne and caviar. The "menage a foie" course was to die for. The gnocchi with sweetbreads and shaved black truffles was a little piece of heaven on a plate.

Overall a wonderful and memorable experience.

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After reading numerous glowing reviews we eagerly anticipated our dining experience at Cyrus. Unfortunately, the extremely attentive wait staff was unable to compensate for the mediocre food issued from the kitchen. We found ourselves horribly disappointed by the unwillingness or inability of the chef to accommodate dietary restrictions (we were told we should have let Chef know in advance). The caviar and cheese service were the only redeemable moments of the entire meal. All other courses were inexplicably prepared with elements unsuited to each other (e.g. bacon wrapped fish with leek frothe and duck jus) making most of the menu unsuitable for pescetarian diets. Cyrus has a long way to go to warrant the high accolades we give to restaurants such as Tetsuyas in Sydney, Providence in Hollywood or Capo and Valentino in Santa Monica.

0
★☆☆☆☆

After reading numerous glowing reviews we eagerly anticipated our dining experience at Cyrus. Unfortunately, the extremely attentive wait staff was unable to compensate for the mediocre food issued from the kitchen. We found ourselves horribly disappointed by the unwillingness or inability of the chef to accommodate dietary restrictions (we were told we should have let Chef know in advance). The caviar and cheese service were the only redeemable moments of the entire meal. All other courses were inexplicably prepared with elements unsuited to each other (e.g. bacon wrapped fish with leek frothe and duck jus) making most of the menu unsuitable for pescetarian diets. Cyrus has a long way to go to warrant the high accolades we give to restaurants such as Tetsuyas in Sydney, Providence in Hollywood or Capo and Valentino in Santa Monica.

Pros: Wait Staff

Cons: Food

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Oustanding caviar tasting with champagne, condiments, mother of pearl spoons and delicious black choices ranging from Iranian, to Uruguayan, to CA Paddlefish.

Extraordinary Thai lobster dish, squab, lobster ravioli. Everything else was outstanding but the former blew me away. Amuse bouche were awesome! One mediocre dish was the snapper but my dinnermates loved it.

We were full by dessert time but the waiter was kind enough to bring a few complimentary treats so we wouldn't leave without tasting them. AWESOME! Also, we received a little box of treats to take home.

The service was impeccable. I wish this restaurant was in SF!!

2
★★★★★

Oustanding caviar tasting with champagne, condiments, mother of pearl spoons and delicious black choices ranging from Iranian, to Uruguayan, to CA Paddlefish.

Extraordinary Thai lobster dish, squab, lobster ravioli. Everything else was outstanding but the former blew me away. Amuse bouche were awesome! One mediocre dish was the snapper but my dinnermates loved it.

We were full by dessert time but the waiter was kind enough to bring a few complimentary treats so we wouldn't leave without tasting them. AWESOME! Also, we received a little box of treats to take home.

The service was impeccable. I wish this restaurant was in SF!!

Pros: extraordinary food, caviar course, impeccable service

Cons: too far from SF

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Several friends and I met up at Cyrus at 6:30 pm. We left 4 hours later, thoroughly impressed if not a little overstuffed. I had the 5-course prix fixe w/ wine pairings, and I couldn't have been happier: The coconut milk soup w/ lobster was fantastic, as was the terrine of foie gras. The duck confit was absolutely amazing -- the best I've ever had. I chose the pork loin w/ the black eyed peas as my main course, and it was excellent as well.

Desert, however, turned out to be a different story. I ordered the chocolate mousse, which was quite good, but which also came with two tiny leaves of candied sage. I bit down on what had to be the most foul tasting bit of garnish I have ever put in my mouth. I might as well have licked the sap off a pine tree! Nasty!

2
★★★★★

Several friends and I met up at Cyrus at 6:30 pm. We left 4 hours later, thoroughly impressed if not a little overstuffed. I had the 5-course prix fixe w/ wine pairings, and I couldn't have been happier: The coconut milk soup w/ lobster was fantastic, as was the terrine of foie gras. The duck confit was absolutely amazing -- the best I've ever had. I chose the pork loin w/ the black eyed peas as my main course, and it was excellent as well.

Desert, however, turned out to be a different story. I ordered the chocolate mousse, which was quite good, but which also came with two tiny leaves of candied sage. I bit down on what had to be the most foul tasting bit of garnish I have ever put in my mouth. I might as well have licked the sap off a pine tree! Nasty!

Pros: Food, Service, Wine

Cons: Location, Few vegetarian dishes

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After dining at Cyrus, my dining companions and I decided that if you have 20 meals like this, in a lifetime, you are very fortunate indeed - and we are no strangers to a fine dining experience.

We loved the menu organization. Every single course was more than outstanding. (We particularly raved over the chilled cucumber and avacado soup). The service could not have been any better - attentive, engaged and friendly, but not obtrusive. Even the "bus person" would have qualified as an outstanding waiter at any other restraunt.

The wine recommendations were perfect. And, we loved the little extra touches, like the pallate cleansing sorbets following some courses.

While the final bill was a little steep, we left feeling that we had received outstanding value for our dining dollar.

We are tough restraunt "critics," but loved Cyrus.

2
★★★★★

After dining at Cyrus, my dining companions and I decided that if you have 20 meals like this, in a lifetime, you are very fortunate indeed - and we are no strangers to a fine dining experience.

We loved the menu organization. Every single course was more than outstanding. (We particularly raved over the chilled cucumber and avacado soup). The service could not have been any better - attentive, engaged and friendly, but not obtrusive. Even the "bus person" would have qualified as an outstanding waiter at any other restraunt.

The wine recommendations were perfect. And, we loved the little extra touches, like the pallate cleansing sorbets following some courses.

While the final bill was a little steep, we left feeling that we had received outstanding value for our dining dollar.

We are tough restraunt "critics," but loved Cyrus.

 

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