There are 6 of us who, for several years, have gone to Lark Creek in July for the 1/2 price wine and wonderful food. We were amazed that the wine prices were outrageous now on the wine list. The waitress said, 'Well, it will be half price." We knew that but for a $33 bottle of Rombauer Chardonnay to be $89 on their wine list is unconscionable. We may not return.
Reserved a table for lunch to celebrate my friend's birthday, was pleasantly surprised by the personalized menu and nice booth location. The service was just right--attentive, responsive, light touch--my tea glass never got below half-empty. Very nice atmosphere and good food. Now I'm shocked to read online that the restaurant has closed today with no announcement! The place was full yesterday, a Thursday, and generally seems to be when I walk by. What's going on?
Very good service but mixed feelings on the food, some was really good, other just ok. Ambiance good too, i will return, worth another try...
We've been dining at Lark Creek for years. Excellent food and service. Reasonably priced. Public parking next door. One of our favorite go-to restaurants.
Great food, 1/2 price wine to boot!
Food was wonderful. Service was horrible. Luckily you go to a restaurant for great food and you'll have that here. Do not order your 2 year old a peanut butter and jelly sandwich though. It was the sloppiest sandwich for even an adult to try and eat with enough french fries to feed four adults.
I like this restaurant. It is easy to get to and the food is good but the servings are over-generous.
We went for lunch on a Sunday; this restaurant was not a good choice for Sunday lunch.
Menu very limited; had I know that I would have gone else where. I took out of town guests; it was very disappointing:(
Service and food was great!
Love the location, ambiance, and setting with indoor and outdoor seating. Food is always great. Usually have very good service, but on Saturday service was not great despite not looking completely full. Had entrée before my glass of wine finally arrived, and had to remind waitress twice for a beer my husband ordered which also came after entrée arrived. We would have had another round but didn't want to wait indefinitely again.
We usually love Lark Creek; however, the tamale pancake was filled with sub par chicken--dark meat, grissly, not up to the usual quality we have experienced at Lark Creek. Very disappointed.
We totally enjoyed our evening at Lark Creek in Walnut Creek, CA There were many food and wine options and we found the half priced wine an opportunity to try a wine we were not familiar with. It was a quiet Wednesday, allowing us to talk comfortably.
We will visit again soon.
"Lark Creek" (and sister restaurant "Yankee Pier" in nearby village of Lafayette) are my favorite go-to places when entertaining out-of-town guests. Such was the case again this time. Very good. Although, I must say the chicken in the curry chicken soup was so overcooked and dry as to be inedible. Never mind, I just pushed it aside and enjoyed the delicious broth. Mussels were excellent as always. My guest enjoyed her Reuben sandwich, and we both drank heartily of Jose's impeccable Bloody Marys.
We asked for a quiet area so we could talk and were accommodated well. The lunch choices were varied so everyone was pleased.
Sadly this restaurant has gone downhill and has a tired menu.