Husband and I went to Napa for Sunday brunch on a whim. Surprisingly, we didn't have problem finding parking. There were still a few street parking available, as well as a couple of parking spots on a nearby parking lot. There was a small crowd by the entrance so I was worried that we might have to wait long to be seated. Fortunately, there was counter seating available, so we were seated right away. It took a few minutes before we were acknowledged and given the menu, but everything else was smooth sailing after that.
We ordered the Argentinian empanada, old-fashioned doughnut, chilaquiles, and fish tacos. We also got free cornbread with lavender honey butter as part of a promo. The chilaquiles is a must try! The fish tacos was excellent! The fish tasted so fresh. I didn't care much for the empanada nor the doughnut. The cornbread was moist and delicious. It went perfectly with the lavender honey butter. I thought the serving portions and prices were reasonable, the ambiance was casual, the service was pretty good.
We went back the following weekend and brought a friend with us. We didn't have any problem getting a table because it was already too late for lunch yet too early for dinner. She also enjoyed all the dishes we ordered. We got the empanada ($9) and fish tacos ($15) again. We also ordered seared ahi salad ($15), pork belly ($12), sole entree ($27), and a glass of red wine ($10). The pork belly was my favorite! I don't mind dining there again, but will probably stick to menu items less than $15 :)
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