Popular wisdom holds that this is the restaurant that kicked off the latest round in the fine dining craze in the North Bay. That may or may not be ... More
Popular wisdom holds that this is the restaurant that kicked off the latest round in the fine dining craze in the North Bay. That may or may not be true. What is a fact is that chef Cindy Pawlcyn, who went on to the Fog City Diner and The Buckeye Roadhouse, started here and her influence is still felt to this day with house specials such as a marinated flank steak that has a soupcon of Asia about it. The atmosphere, like the food, is upscale roadhouse with an airy dining room with walls that are almost entirely made of windows. The staff is lively and and efficient.
after making mustards a must stop for ten years in a row no more waiters rude and unprofesional.
By A Yahoo Contributor, 11/25/07
no apology no real interest in our experience
with this waitress. she has been there for
few years because we had her before and she that the reflection from was my ring was in
her eyes. it wasn't the fact maybe my ring was bothering her eyes but the way she said it.
6 years latter our luck she is still working
there and this time she is worse.
I was not going to say anything but my daugter who brought to napa for her 1st time
said something about what an attitude that
waiteress has. no more mustards for us. so
many new resturants . the lemon murange pie
did not even taste as good this last time.
My husband and I were in Napa Valley for the day only-we happened upon mustards without knowing anything about the restaurant. The food was absolutely delicious! The service was excellent! The raised garden beds outside of the restaurant were a nice touch!
We will definately be back!
We found the soup to lack taste. The green salad with bleu cheese also lack taste and had a strong fishy taste.
Our fish dish, Mahi Mahi was cooked well, but the sauce was so heavy that you couldn't taste anything else.
We were disappointed in the service. The waitress taking our order acted like she was doing us a favor by taking it. When our salad and soups were served, the waitress serving couldn't be anwser our questions about the mix up on our order and said we would have to wait for our waitress to come back and was very rude about.
Overall it wasn't good experience. We had a better meal and service at the hotel resturant in town.
After asking for a confirmation callback 48 hrs befor arrival you would think it was for a reason. Upon arrival the hostess did not bother to check when told and proceeded to sit us at a less desirable table where I would dine with a pillar next to me. When I asked to move she sat us at another table in even less desirable section. There was a nice table for two which I asked about but was ignored. Most all first class restaurants would have seated us here having made and confirmed reservations.
Food and other service was very good and reasonable but the hostess seemed unresponsive and unfriendly which reflected poorly on the restaurant.
My Daughter and I recently had lunch at Mustards. The food was good but over priced for what we received. My daughters fish on her seafood tostada was raw inside ( not auhi tuna) and my wild mushroom burger was so soggy it was mushy:( And to top off the service, after ate as we got up out of our chairs...a waiter come over to serve us the pre meal bread he forgot to serve earlier. I suggest trying one of the other great valley spots to eat instead of this one...
The place was packed for lunch and so we sat at the bar, amply entered by the attentive barkeep. I still remember that delicious pork chop; I swear that just writing this is making my mouth water. Truly delicious.
In my memory, I had the best meal ever at this restaurant. A friend and I did not have reservations that Saturday afternoon but were seated within about 45 minutes. I had the quail, she the salmon and both were fantastic. I will definitely go back!!!
The first time that I ate @ Mustards I had just moved to Oakville from the Lake Tahoe area. I was taken a-back by the prices and not really impressed. Consequently I explored other dining experiences. I revisited Mustards a month later and was floored by their "Three Greens Salad" and one of their pasta specials. Now I find myself salivating at the mere mention of the word "mustard". I am still exploring their menu and every night is a new adventure.
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