Farmhouse Inn & Restaurant in Forestville, California is a boutique bed and breakfast resort that also offers luxurious fine dining to the public. The restaurant is staffed by a Michelin starred chef and fifth-generation Sonoma farmers who work together to create a truly gourmet seasonal menu at Farmhouse Inn & Restaurant.
While the menu is always new at Farmhouse Inn & Restaurant, guests can often enjoy Thai spiced gazpacho or peach salad with a marcona almond pesto for a first course. Second courses include octopus, chanterelle mushrooms and clam marrow bone, followed by a third course of halibut, lamb, rabbit or seasonal vegetables. Desserts and wines are included on the prix fixe menu at Farmhouse Inn & Restaurant.
Hours of operation
Dinner Only. Thursday through Monday: closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays. First table is at 5:30 pm.
Outstanding food and excellent service. Every item ordered was prepared perfectly. Vegetables were especially fresh. Seasoning and ingredients were a bit edgy but not over-the-top experimental. Portions were small but not minscule tasting size. A wonderful meal from start to finish!
During our 8 day wine country visit each year, two meals are allocated to Farmhouse. Only Redd in Yountville also gets two days. Both of these restaurants have outstanding food and service. Although we only come once a year, staff at each place recognize and greet us. We love these restaurants and savor every bite.
Amazing food in cute environment. I had the best rabbit I've ever eaten. Could have done without the sake wine pairing, but otherwise the rest of the wine pairing were great. We will for sure go back next time we are in the area.
What a wonderful experience! The food delights your tastebuds! Each course was just delicious. I loved that the restaurant used locally grown fruit, vegetables and meats. Plan ahead - I made reservations 3 months in advance.
I have enjoyed many 1, 2 and 3 star dining experiences in Europe . This was way overpriced. Service was poor. They seem to be admiring their own naval. Plenty of more and less expensive alternatives in the Sonoma area.
What a disappointment... I'm not sure how it even has one Michelin star! The servers had a weird vibe about them. The interior design was disastrous. But the worst disappointment was the food. I had 3 kinds of meat. I couldn't even cut the lamb chop. It was a real drag for the price we paid. Most disappointing dinner of our trip to Napa. One saving grace was the peach salad..
Fancy food, superb service. Prices to match, so this is a special occasion, destination dining spot. We used Uber coming and returning to Healdsburg, which worked great for us. We didn't want to drive 11 miles in the dark after having wine!
2nd time to dine here. Service is polished, attentive and pleasant. Food is very well executed, presentation is lovely and portions are right side for the multi course meal. Opted for the wine pairings, which were educational in addition to tasting great.
The chocolate soufflé was out of this world. Worth the trip just for the dessert, the rest just ok. The wait staff hovered and seemed to be always looking for something to do. A great restaurant you don't notice the staff, yet you get impeccable service. This was not like that at all.