Monday, January 24, 2011


For over a year I have wanted to head out west of Sebastopol to a cool little restaurant (P30) that I had heard about.  Situated between Sebastopol and Freestone on Bodega Hwy, you have to be careful not to just drive past it.

As you enter the front door and look around I was afraid that there may not be a table for four available but as we went to the back room by the wood burning stove there was plenty of room.  The ambiance is very nice and just a bit shabby chic, with white paper and crayons on the tables.

The food was really great, a good size menu.  Their food is not fussy, with a leaning towards local produce and a homey feel.

Our first course split with their house greens and roasted beet salad.  The beet salad came with a citrus Chevre mousse that was beautiful.

For our entrees we covered the menus well, I enjoyed the petrale sole with brown butter spaghetti squash, the sole was sautéed perfectly and I really cannot believe how good the spaghetti squash was, the brown butter just made it light up!  Another had the cauliflower soup and all I can say is that there was not a speck left in the bowl, the chicken pot pie was delish and, of course, the fried chicken and waffles. This was new for our friend and he decided to try it.  A huge chicken breast sandwiched between two Belgium waffle wedges was a huge hit.

It had a nice ambiance and good service.

That evening we passed on desserts, but the menu looked great.

A bit of a destination but well worth it, we’ll be back


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