Our first visit to this winery for food. We were pleasantly surprised by the ambiance of the outdoor seating. Our servers were attentive and charming. Our brunch order arrive in good time and was hot and delicious. My choice of bananas foster was plentiful and the bacon was crisp and slightly smoked. Just perfect. The chilaquiles included pinto beans not refried beans, a nice touch.
We will be back.
The sea bass was served in 3 mini pieces. Use a whole cut of the fish. My prime rib was cooked medium rather than medium rare...it tasted like yesterday’s dinner and like it was warmed up rather than fresh. Our cappuccino tasted burned and not fresh. Our first time out to Temecula to South Coast winery. Very disappointing...
The food was delicious, but the service was absolutely terrible from the moment we walked in until the moment we left. We decided to try this restaurant from a gift card we received and sadly we will not be back. Maybe have a review with your team on the value of customer service! Thank you!
Disappointed that they no longer serve alcohol. Only beer and wine.
Excellent food and service. A very pleasant time.
Ambiance was good.
Food is ok, salty.
Romanza red was not offered in the wine selection.
We went here for Valentines dinner and the food was very bland and they only allowed three types of wine with the meal for $125.00 each. The portions were small and it was not worth $250.00 for two people.
Amazing place for Valentines Day!
The entire experience at South Coast Winery was excellent and would highly recommend for romantic couples as a get-away. The facility is awesome, and the accommodations in the villas are superb. The hot water takes some time to heat up, and The Valentine's Day fixed Menu meal was delicious, however, I believe the price for the Dinner was very overpriced. I would definitely stay there again.
A very nice setting, a resort, wine tasting, and a nice restaurant. The chicken is safe.
Two of us ordered the "Seabass", found out that it was not from South America, but locally caught ,and was terrible. Seabass goes under many names You want to make sure it is the "Chilean Seabass" or "Patagonia Toothfish".
For a restaurant that is a winery I would have thought the waiter would have made sure the red wine was chilled. That did not happen either.
In the end a very disappointed foursome.