Open Table Top 10 in nation for service. AAA Five Diamond Awarded, Semifinalist for James Beard Award. Located in America's Farm to Fork Capital, The ... More
The Kitchen Restaurant
Open Table Top 10 in nation for service. AAA Five Diamond Awarded, Semifinalist for James Beard Award. Located in America's Farm to Fork Capital, The Kitchen Restaurant is the most unique and exhilarating dining experience in all of California. Our renowned 6-course Demonstration Dinners feature Chef Randall Selland preparing a creative and sumptuous feast for all your senses right before your very eyes. Our amazing seasonal menus are just the beginning of an evening of fine food, and entertainment found nowhere else. The Kitchen blends the innovative cuisine, engaging entertainment, award winning wine list and genuine hospitality that have continued to make it one of the most sought after reservations in the state. Dinners are $135.00 per person and are by reservation only with limited seating.
My husband got severe food poisoning now being investigated by the state and county. Beware! Several people got sick that night from the patio food. I expect this review to disappear again just like the last one I wrote. Not willing to keep this one on the books eh Kitchen? You've been sufficiently warned... let's see how long it lasts!
THIS PLACE IS SOMETHING ELSE. THE FOOD, SERVICE,IS A 10 THE EXPERIENCE IS A 20 ,, FROM THE CHEF,THE STAFF,THE OWNER,EVERYONE AT THIS JOINT IS GREAT ,,IT IS WAY MORE THAN A RESTAURANT THEY ACTUALLY FED OUR LIMO DRIVER (NO CHARGE),,A TOTAL EVENINGS ENTERTAINMENT,,A SPECIAL EVENT THAT YOU WILL LOOK REMEMBER,,,, HENRY
My first -- and last -- meal at The KIitchen was horrendous as well as ridiculously expensive (nearly $300 for two). The owner, a madman, yells and screams at his staff and customers, supposedly explaining the intricacies of fine cuisine. Although some individual items are well made and quality ingredients are used, they are mixed and presented in the craziest mish-mash ever. The place crawls with servers, yet they do very little serving, never anticipate a need, and often are nowhere to be found when you need them. Try to get an extra drink (of anything, even water) and you may die of thirst. Also, before the first bite of anything is served (even bread) you are forced to sit at a bare table for what seems like forever. The Kitchen gets raves, I know -- but only from people with too much money and too little taste.
If your a foodie, put this on your list of "must do's before I go".
By A Yahoo! Contributor, 2/27/07
When you think about it this is one of the reasons why we work so hard and try to get ahead ......
The Kitchen is the kind of place where you can go and be treated with respect along with an introduction to foods from around the world that you may have never thought to order.
An amazing show comes to life and the (5+hr) evening passes quite quickly.
This place should be on the top of the list for anyone who truly enjoys being treated well, loves to eat wonderful food & can relax in an entertaining ambiance.
I do feel for the person who wrote the poor review,as he/she could not see this experence for what it is,
a chance to enjoy life!
My wife and I have been to the Kitchen a number of times both alone and with a group of friends. I will say that my initial reacation was similar to the single negative review on this website. It's a lot of money, it's a long time to sit around, etc. In reality time flew by and though and believe me, what you get is well worth the price. A similar type of dining experience would cost you two to three times as much in any number of major metropolitan cities. And to top it off, you would leave those places feeling hungry. The Kitchen provides the opportunity to experience elegant food and service in a classy but friendly atmosphere. You will never leave hungry because it is the restaurants policy to give you seconds (or thirds) of any dish you like. They will accomodate the menu to compensate for individual tastes and allergies. True, five hours on its face does seem long, but when you are surrounded by friends or family and really is quite an experience. It is worth every penny and it really is a Sacramento hidden gem.
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