Opinion

Wildflower Restaurant praised

We have eaten many times at the Wildflower Restaurant in the Honey Farm Inn but since Michael hired his new chef, Chris, we've increased our attendance there weekly.

The entrees are superior gourmet treats. Chris uses sauces and spices that enhance the flavors on the tongue to a mouth-watering experience. All the herbs are grown there, as well as the lavender he uses.

We tried their four-course, price-fixed menu last week and it was truly one of the best meals we've ever eaten anywhere in the world. The wine list is moderately priced, but needs a little help. Michael takes suggestions and recommendations well so we feel the addition of some good pinot noir and sauvignon blancs are on the way.

Three years ago we felt like the Wildflower Restaurant was our "one-karat diamond in the rough" find. Now we feel like it's our "25-karat diamond in the Valley" find. Make reservations, go early and linger as you savor this fine dining experience. Bon appetit! Guten appetit! Que aproveche!

Laura Smart Crowley

North Bend

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