Fresh flowers and innovative cuisine that even the staff struggles to characterize are this attractive café's hallmarks. Local ingredients pepper the menu, giving a Sedona twist to Continental fare; favorites include pecan-crusted, Sedona-raised trout with Dijon sauce and chicken breast with pesto cream sauce. Appealing vegetarian plates are also available, and breakfast specialties (served until 3 pm) include lemon creme–stuffed French toast and crab Benedict. Lunch sandwiches and wraps can be ordered to go for a gourmet picnic in the red rocks. Desserts include a phenomenal crème brûlée and a marzipan-filled poached pear with caramel sauce.
Nov 20, 2010
We went here for lunch on Sunday while staying in Sedona. Our meal was delicious and we thought the restaurant had a very nice atmosphere. There was a nice outdoor area for dining but unfortunately it was too cold the day we were there!