In a postage-stamp-size open kitchen, the skillful chef turns out main courses that star on a small but worthwhile seasonal menu emphasizing local ingredients. Chicken, beef, pasta, and fish get deluxe treatment without fuss or fanfare—the daily roasted chicken and the risotto specials are always good. Butterscotch pudding is a homey signature dessert. The dining room is compact, but the friendly owner, always there to greet diners, maintains a particularly welcoming vibe.
Apr 19, 2007
My wife and I had an excellent meal, with wonderful service. If we return to Sonoma, it will be a definite choice for another visit.
Feb 20, 2007
We have dined here once for dinner while in the Sonoma area and it was very good. I had the Pot Roast that was without question the best pot roast I have ever had. They have a nice wine list also, I opted for a local Zin to go with the roast which was very good. Our service was attentive and efficient, we will return to Cafe La Haye again. :)