Located one mile from downtown Healdsburg, this Michelin one star restaurant is on a Victorian estate at the heart of Sonoma’s wine country. Chef Jesse Mallgren takes full advantage of a wealth of local seasonal produce, whenever possible from our estate gardens. Choose the from an extensive a'la carte menu or the Chef's tasting menu.
We will be back. The food, the service, the setting...all were exemplary. I had the wagya and my husband had the halibut. Both superb. The squash blossom appetizer was excellent.
The setting, hospitality, wine, cuisine and cost all exceeded our expectations. We overlooked a beautiful garden, had amazing food and fairly priced high-end wines. The service was attentive and respectful of us as older diners. We'll be back, for sure!
Tasting menu with a wine pairing for our Honeymoon and everything was executed exceptionally well. Couldn’t have asked for a better evening.
Menu was very limited and pricey for what you got. Drinks were stingy and pricey.
Everything was wonderful. We all enjoyed the food and wine.
This is the second time we've been to Madrona Manor and again - the food has been absolutely delicious. The price for the tasting menu is very reasonable and it is sooo worth it! This place is a must visit on your trip to Healdsburg.
Delightful food and impeccable service! Always a treat.
One of the best meals. Ever.
We went for our Anniversary dinner; as always, service, food and ambience is excellent. Attention to all details is always present, from initial greeting to final service. We enjoyed the Wagyu entrée which was prepared perfectly, and enjoyed a chocolate dessert (below) that was a work of art.
Madrona Manor is set up on a hill, so arrive early to take a walk around the gardens and see the view. We did the early spring tasting menu, and all of the courses were excellent. They used edible flowers from the gardens in many of the dishes, and the flavor combinations were wonderful. The service was on point, they were helpful, but didn't rush us as we enjoyed dinner.
Madrona Manor is simply enchanting. The food, the ambiance and the experience was magical. We enjoyed the warm and professional service. The menu was creative and offered a good variety of starters and main entrees to suit dietary needs. Our favorites were the Wagyu tartare and the King Salmon. The flavors were refined, balanced but never boring. Definitely recommend this place for any special occasion.
Awesome experience. The right amount of casual and effortlessness. Great relative value as well. We got the pre fixe menu with wine pairing.
Overall was a nice romantic Anniversary outting. I am not sure if the enjoyment of our meal was tainted by the abundance of food and wine consumed prior to our dinner throughout the day... but out of the 4 dishes we had only the Salmon dish stood out the most. Truly by far one of the best Salmon dishes I have had. The scallop and mushroom pasta dishes both tasted good but just lacked a bit of bright flavor. I guess considering the formality and price for the meal I was expecting something a bit more. We did arrived early for our reservation and were offered to relax outside overlooking the beautiful property which was definitely needed & appreciated. The staff said they would send someone outside to take a drink order but no one came. So I went inside to ask for someone to take our order but still no one was sent. The Dinner service staff were all very friendly and attentive luckily. Overall I would still say though, the experience was a nice romantic evening spent with the hubby.
We had the tasting menu with the wine pairings. It was a fun (but expensive) dinner. Every course was delicious.
The best fried chicken in the county. Great value for a Wednesday night dinner.
We went to Madrona Manor to celebrate our 31st anniversary. The Inn holds a special place in our hearts as we were married there. It had been many years since we had dined there. The staff were so nice and everyone wished us Happy Anniversary on multiple occasions. The service could not have been better. The owner came out to chat with us and suggested the Wednesday three course dinner to encourage locals to the restaurant. Although we planned on having duck we ordered the special dinner and could not have been happier. The fried chicken (which I normally do not eat) was crunchy and greaseless and the salad was simple, refreshing and had a generous amount of lovely goat cheese. The dessert was beautiful and so very tasty. The staff thoughtfully brought it with candles. A truly beautiful spot to dine and the staff are to be commended on their attention to detail and friendliness. We will head there again for the three course meal--great value, great food, and great staff. Thanks Madrona Manor for helping us celebrate!
Delightful experience -food was exceptional
I have dined at Madrona Manor about 8 times. In the past, it has been so much fun to get the little surprises they give in between the courses. They used to give wonderful little tidbits to cleanse the pallet and homemade candies at the end of the meal and a little bag of Carmel corn to take home. There were no little surprises last night. The meal was very good but I missed the special Madrona Manor treats.
It was Valentines Day and our wedding anniversary. The service was lovely. The food, not exceptional, considering the prefix menu pricing. If you really wanted the Risotto it was an extra $45.00 ABOVE the $110.00 dinner menu! Did not make sense to show folks what they could have and then charge so much more money!
It was a special occasion for us....we save for these special events. We mostly felt taken. We had one slice Hama I for appetizer, soup, meat/salmon entree and a marginal desert and one glass of wine with dinner that we shared, the total bill was $330.00! Really?
Belated Christmas present for the fam. The Manor is magnificent! Well worth the drive. Everything about the experience was first rate, even the reminiscing we did about sneaking in the mysterious, abandoned Madrona Manor back in the '60s. And thru the bathroom window no less!
We first came here about a year ago and were so impressed with the menu, the service, just outstanding. We decided to spend NYE here this year and the food was delicious, but the service seemed a bit lax and was not the same. Not sure if it was because it was NYE. We were also told there would be Jazz playing starting at 8pm. We sat down less than an hour later and only heard one jazz song. The musicians seemed like they left or went on a long break and after, they played songs like "Brown Eyed Girl". It was unfortunate because my boyfriend loves Jazz and we were excited to experience some jazz for the special occasion, but was let down. I would recommend this place highly, but not for a holiday. We did have good time and enjoyed the food, but I think the regular menu is much more worth it. The regular menu had some amazing dishes using really cool techniques. The menu we had last week was great, but nothing exciting or amazing like our first experience.
Perfect location for New Year’s Eve. The food was delicious. Really enjoyed the crab risotto, and the ahi. Yum!
Great new year!!!
I wanted to like this restaurant better than I did.
You can either order a prix fixe menu with wine pairings or ala carte. We did the prix fixe/pairings. Two of the five dishes were excellent. On the others, we felt that they were trying too hard and that either not all the flavors blended or the wine pairing was just so/so. Service was fast per perfunctory.
The Christmas dinner with 12th Night Carolers was a rare treat. Such a wonderful way to spend Christmas Day! Everything was beautiful, tasty and memorable!
Second year in a row... Third to come! We loved it!!
We come to the Madrona Manor every December for the Dickens dinner which is outstanding. The ambiance and festive setting are great for the holidays. The restaurant is made up of small discrete dining rooms that take up the first floor of this charming Victorian B&B set up on a hill overlooking wine country. This makes for a cozy and relatively quiet experience/ The 12th Night singing group is a delight to listen to and they mix old world holiday songs for the Dickens dinners that take place in December. The food and wine pairing are well matched and portions well sized for 5 course dinner. Suggest come early for drinks on the enclosed porch. Service is very attentive and visits from the owners during the meal add a nice touch and provide history. A dinner here will definitely put you in the holiday mood.
Outstanding food and service. Can’t believe this is just 1 Michelin star. Can’t wait to go again.
We had a lovely evening. The food was exceptional. We will certainly return and recommend it to our friends. The manor is beautiful (altho a bit over the top in terms of Christmas decor. )
We went for the 2017 Thanksgiving prix fixe menu and were very excited. The service and ambiance were excellent, the food however was mediocre. The turkey leg was dry and the pumpkin risotto (like much of the night's food) was bland and uninteresting.
Overall it was a disappointment to pay top prices for merely OK food.
Good service, nice ambience, food was so-so for a Michelin star restaurant
Spectacular place to see with history. Beautiful place. However food is only "Fair".
Not accommodating for vegetarian eaters, no non-meat protein options.
We have eaten here several times now and have never been disappointed. The wine & food pairing course option is the best & the Chefs extras make you feel very special.
Dusty, dated, and not very tasty. Bread was AWFUL to start meal. Salmon was overcooked. Pasta was tasteless. Atmosphere was beautiful around the restaurant – outside – but inside felt like he funeral home.
The ambiance was lovely but on a 104 degree day they did not have adequate air conditioning or ventilation, nor did they serve outside. The tasting menu turned out to be a much better value than the a la carte because they apparently serve the same size plates for both. Since we ordered a la carte, the portions were minute and and looked silly (tiny foie gras serving with 2/3 plate empty) for a high end restaurant, taking away from it's one star michelin value. Also the lack of an "amuse bouche" (free small starter) and a plate of "friandises"(sweets) at the end made them look even more stingy. We have eaten at 3 star michelin restaurants in France and they were more generous.
One of our top spots worldwide. Consistently outstanding. Creative menu, excellent service, beautiful setting. An under appreciated gem.
Tasting menu with wine pairing was underwhelming for $500. Service was marginal, at best. Hard to believe this is a Michelin star restaurant. Will not be back.