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Coq Au Vin...Philo/Navarro CA - Printable Version

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Coq Au Vin...Philo/Navarro CA - Sunset - 04-23-2014 02:30 PM

This is absolutely the best representation of classic French Continental cuisine I've seen since I was in Nice. In fact it was so good, I immediately made reservations for the following night after the first bite. Meals come with a very generous pour of well paired local wine and an endless supply of hot out of the oven crusty French(of course) bread. And the proprietress...what a dear, sweet lady! Even though the place was packed both nights, she still had a way of making you feel appreciated. Like it's all for you...

Filet Mignon with pepper cream sauce.
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Boeuf Bourguignon
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Duck confit.
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I would have added pix of the excellent desserts, but they were destroyed before I could even get my phone out...


RE: Coq Au Vin...Philo/Navarro CA - Boomer - 04-23-2014 07:53 PM

Is that last one lamb? Just curious here.


RE: Coq Au Vin...Philo/Navarro CA - Sunset - 04-25-2014 01:10 PM

Duck leg/thigh...seasoned and allowed rest. Then slow roasted @ +/-200deg in duck fat for several hours then allowed to rest once again. Then popped in an oven @ 350deg or so to finish.Smile


RE: Coq Au Vin...Philo/Navarro CA - Boomer - 04-25-2014 07:52 PM

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Droooooll......


RE: Coq Au Vin...Philo/Navarro CA - Sunset - 11-14-2014 12:48 PM

Found myself on the Mendo coast once again.Big Grin Coq au Vin revisited...

That dear, sweet lady remembered me from 8mo ago, talk about making one feel special even though I know I'm not. I'm pleased to report this place is going strong with a dining room full of happy people! The quality of the meals and service are consistently outstanding! Monday night is "locals" night(a sharp operator always knows where his/her bread&butter comes from) and consists of soup or salad, choice of three succulent mains, never ending bowl of freshly baked french bread, and a HUGE pour of local wine...all for a discounted price of $23.00 USD.

Truly molten French Onion soup to start...
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I went with the roast pork loin in cream sauce(cream/calvados/chanterelles). It was sooooooo tender that it had to be a sous vide loin that was finished in the oven...
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If you're into classic French cuisine, I simply cannot recommend Coq au Vin highly enough.Smile