We visited Heartline Café on the second night of our two night stay in Sedona. I had chosen it based on the menu which I sawl in our hotel and recommendations of various guide books. While the ambiance was pleasant on the outside terrace, and the service was very good, I was a bit disappointed in the food. I ordered the pecan crusted trout which the waiter highly recommended and which I have come to understand to be their signature dish. I do not know whether given the late hour, the food had been left under a hot light for too long, but the flavor was gone and the fish was mushy. On the other hand, my companions at dinner raved about the butternut and pear soup. I also had the fish tacos which were tasty and actually were quite filling for an appetizer. I would like to think that we caught he kitchen on an off night and I would go back to try it again if I return to Sedona.
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