El Dorado Kitchen

★★★★☆
  • 405 1st St W

    Sonoma, CA 95476

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Sun 9:30am-9pm, Mon-Sat 8am-11am

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Whenever I am in Wine Country this is a MUST. I have been for breakfast, lunch,dinner, or just dessert & drinks. The service is always friendly & warm. The food is always creative & fresh. I had the short rib. It was the HUGEST rib I have ever had, cooked so tenderly it just sweat moisture! The horseradish creme frache was mild & added just the right amoung to accent flavours. We asked for a veggie substitute(i dont particularly like glazed carrots, i will admit they are good though)& received braised broccoli which was superb. The pureed potatoes had me wishing for multiple servings of it. Our server was attentive and knew the menu well. He recomeneded the s'mores dessert that had us never wanting the messy camping style again. The ganache was rich, dark, chocolatey guilt & well worth it!! (Side point..... I have been here when the large fig tree in the courtyard bares its fruit & have had the FINEST fig desserts!!! ) I have tried other restaurants in the area & find myself always longing to find what new favorites I will find on their menu! Ed K.....I LOVE YOU!

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★★★★★

Whenever I am in Wine Country this is a MUST. I have been for breakfast, lunch,dinner, or just dessert & drinks. The service is always friendly & warm. The food is always creative & fresh. I had the short rib. It was the HUGEST rib I have ever had, cooked so tenderly it just sweat moisture! The horseradish creme frache was mild & added just the right amoung to accent flavours. We asked for a veggie substitute(i dont particularly like glazed carrots, i will admit they are good though)& received braised broccoli which was superb. The pureed potatoes had me wishing for multiple servings of it. Our server was attentive and knew the menu well. He recomeneded the s'mores dessert that had us never wanting the messy camping style again. The ganache was rich, dark, chocolatey guilt & well worth it!! (Side point..... I have been here when the large fig tree in the courtyard bares its fruit & have had the FINEST fig desserts!!! ) I have tried other restaurants in the area & find myself always longing to find what new favorites I will find on their menu! Ed K.....I LOVE YOU!

Pros: Downtown Sonoma, Outdoor dining

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This hotel is decent but the walls were very thin. Unfortunately this has an impact on our stay. We could hear every creak all the time. Next time we will pass on this spot and find someplace that has thicker walls.

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★★★☆☆

This hotel is decent but the walls were very thin. Unfortunately this has an impact on our stay. We could hear every creak all the time. Next time we will pass on this spot and find someplace that has thicker walls.

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While visiting Sonoma recently many folks referred us to the El Dorado. I honestly expected it to be better. The Petaluma Chicken and Short Ribs were just ok. The truffle fries are pretty addictive though and leave room for dessert because you will want them all.

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★★★☆☆

While visiting Sonoma recently many folks referred us to the El Dorado. I honestly expected it to be better. The Petaluma Chicken and Short Ribs were just ok. The truffle fries are pretty addictive though and leave room for dessert because you will want them all.

Pros: Truffle Fries, great dessert list, pretty room

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The food was fantastic. Lobster risotto was great. My boyfriend had the pork tenderloin, which he thought was the best food he'd ever put in his mouth. Great patio seating.

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★★★★★

The food was fantastic. Lobster risotto was great. My boyfriend had the pork tenderloin, which he thought was the best food he'd ever put in his mouth. Great patio seating.

Pros: patio, food

Cons: none

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El Dorado Kitchen seems to prefer its monogram, EDK, reflecting a sophisticated yet casual attitude that pervades the venue and menu. It's become a gathering place for those looking for fun cocktails and shared platters of olives, cheeses…

 

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