Food was delicious! With a nice wine selection. Service was a bit slow though... but again, we were on vacation, so is nice to relax and enjoy!
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I have been going to El Dorado Kitchen, locally know as EDK, for several years. While enjoyable for dinner, it has emerged as my favorite nicer lunch spot in Sonoma. Located in an old hotel on Sonoma Plaza opposite The Girl and the Fig there...More
We could walk here from our place in downtown Sonoma. Good for fish, steaks, cocktails and wine. Nice upscale ambiance and open kitchen concept. The restaurant was is inside a hotel. Service seemed on point and everyone liked there apps, dishes and dessert.
We had a group dinner in a private room. On a cold night, the fire place was very nice. Due to the size of the group, we had a limited menu. The short ribs and the salmon were outstanding. The service was outstanding.
We visited the ElDorado Kitchen on the square in Sonoma early on a Sunday evening. We had been visiting wineries and one of the folks there recommended this spot. We arrived at 5:00pm as they opened and were immediately seated. It would probably be smart...More
We had a wonderful server (Jess) who suggested a wonderful bottle of Champagne for starters, (Isselee $131) and we shared the brussels sprouts and a couple orders of Burrata. Sadly the Salmon was farm raised although touted as wild caught ($30) but still delicious alongside...More
Food is farm to table and it was hard to decide what to have. The food was excellent and is highly recommended. Our waiter was courteous and attentive. Would definitely venture here again if we return to Sonoma.
This was our third visit to El Dorado kitchen during the past four years. Every time we eat there it’s always a delightful experience. The food is sensational and the service couldn’t be better. The seafood paella was out-of-this world carbonara was very tasty but...More
My husband and I, as well as another couple, joined in a gourmet wine and food tour and stopped in here. Located downstairs in the El Dorado Hotel. A long table of reclaimed wood from a bridge is the first thing you see before noticing...More