Open Hours: Lunch: 11:30a-2p M-Su, Dinner: 6p-10p M-Su, Brunch: 10a-2p Su
The dramatic, panoramic view of Big Sur is probably this restaurant's primary claim to fame, but the cuisine and wine list have also earned a ... More
The dramatic, panoramic view of Big Sur is probably this restaurant's primary claim to fame, but the cuisine and wine list have also earned a reputation among well-heeled travelers to the Monterey Peninsula. Dine on creative and contemporary dishes like Roasted Day Boat Sea Scallops or Grilled Colorado Rack of Lamb. Most of the vegetables and many seafood items are harvested just outside the hotel. The several-course prix fixe menu can be ordered with or without wine pairings. Needless to say, the ambience is elegant and exclusive; dress accordingly.
Locals just laugh at people who go one floor up to pay high prices, tiny portions, and at one time they tried to charge $20. for a window seat. The extreme bargain and value is the California Market in the same building.
Outdoor seating,friendly service, great food, views of the Pacific Ocean that will not stop. Valet parking and you tip the retriever of your car nicely. My favorite place to eat on the peninsula. You will not be disappointed.
Pretentious and preposturous. Somebody took a gorgeous spot overlooking the Pacific Ocean and ruined it with this restaurant. My first mistake was not ordering bottled water. I'm sure PE saved not expense importing Carmel Municipal Pool Water. The entree serving portions are best described as Anorexic. All served in a huge bowl, each offering looked like a meal only from 20,000 feet. I ordered the African prawns though I am not sure how you determine the heritage of a prawn. The three little muskateers either were in lost in the Sahara for a while or stolen from their mothers' as babies. At an average of $23 per entree, the butter sauce must have contained gold sprinkles. The beef offering something called seared beef tenderloin, was consumed after just two knife cuts. Beef it was, tender it was not. The cute little piece of meat would have made a nice cut on a shish kabob stick that and the lonely little onion that wound up next to it. Funny us, thinking we were going for dinner and stumbled into a supermarket tasting table. At more than $100 per person, I now have a new definition for "ripped off". See PE'd on ie Pacific Edge.
The location is incomparable, of course, but the ambience and service were outstanding -- felt like we were welcome and special guests in our host's dining room, not mere customers being served by a waiter. Each course chosen was beautifully presented, and equally delicious. Although the portions are presented as smaller, the end result was more food than we could consume, and we each had only 3 courses. Completely unsurpassed, and we will definitely return one day.
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