Redd Wood Restaurant Review, Yountville
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6755 Washington St
Yountville, CA 94599
Why did we dine here? – Redd Wood is the sister restaurant to Michelin-starred Redd in foodie heaven, Yountville. We love Redd, so we were just waiting for our next visit to this area for an opportunity to dine here. Redd is one of those top notch places that falls below the radar of many folks. This restaurant is located in the northern part of Yountville, not far from the French Laundry.
As the restaurant puts it, “Redd Wood’s menu showcases regionally inspired seasonal cuisine with wine country influences.”
They serve Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.
Insider Tip – Order a salad, pasta, and pizza.
Cuisine – American
Location – Yountville, California
Opened – 2012
Service – Redd Wood had reasonable service, with servers new the menu, the food came fast, and our needs were met quickly.
Verdict – Redd Wood fulfilled our high expectations. The pastas were impressive, rivaling the best places in San Francisco. The pizza was decent, while the soup and salad that we ordered surpassed our high standards. Redd Wood for lunch, Redd for dinner anyone? After a meal, take a walk down the road to see The French Laundry garden.
Redd Wood Signature Dishes – Pizza, pappardelle, Pork Chop.
Redd Wood’s Menu changes all the time. There are significant changes at dinnertime, so you may want to try this restaurant for both lunch and dinner!
Redd Wood Food Picks:
Seasonal Bellini – citrus sorbet, prosecco ($10) was a nice start on such an hot summers day.
Warm olives ($5) were actually hot and plentiful. A must for olive fans.
romaine, anchovy, lemon, garlic, crouton. ($11) looked beautiful, and tasted even better. Fresh, balanced, cutting-edge.
Chilled corn soup, basil pesto ($9) an excellent summer soup. Thick but not too creamy. Robust corn flavor.
Bucatini, tomato, guanciale, black pepper. ($15) was a thick egg-less spaghetti noodle style dish with strong flavors that were almost a tad bit salty.
Pappardelle, rabbit, savoy cabbage, parmesan. ($18) is there reference pasta. Freshly made, excellent noodles along with a stellar ragu. Flour and water beware!
Pizza – prosciutto, arugula, parmesan, black pepper. ($14) had an excellent crust, but a slightly soft center. Ingredients were top notch and the charring not excessive.
OK: (Order if you like this dish)
Pans: (We would not reorder these dishes)
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