Six Peaks Grille Restaurant Review, Squaw Valley
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Six Peaks Grille
Resort at squaw Creek
Olympic Valley, CA
Why did we dine here? – Six Peaks Grille is located at the Resort at Squaw Creek In Squaw Valley and focuses on sustainable, biodynamic produce and seafood. We were skiing nearby and decided to give this restaurant a try.
Plump Jack Café and this restaurant seemed to be the best bets around here. (Unless you want to drive to Moody’s in Truckee) The Squaw Valley Village was extremely crowded for the Fourth of July holiday, with most restaurants packed full.
Insider Tip – Make a reservation, a good place to go if the village is crowded. Alfresco dining if the weather allows.
Cuisine – American
Location – Squaw Valley USA
Service – Six Peaks Grille stuck us with a fairly new server, who tried to be friendly and helpful, but wasn’t very available.
Verdict – Six Peaks Restaurant has a beautiful view of the mountains and reasonable food, making it a no-brainer if you are stuck up here.
Six Peaks Grille’s Menu features a handful of starters, flat breads, typical American dishes, and à la carte steaks and seafood.
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Cucumber Mojito ($12) was strong and tall.
Organic Heirloom Tomatoes warm feta cheese, basil, sea salt, aged banyuls vinaigrette ($9) was a large salad with 2 kinds of tomatoes, some fun cheese tater tots, and a medium strength dressing.
Crudo Two Ways – yellow tail sashimi, nori aioli, hot chili powder, toasted sesame ahi tuna poke, tempura seabean, yuzu reduction ($16) was recommended by the server and proved to be very good. Slightly under salted, but quality fish.
Columbia River Sturgeon sun-choke, asparagus, wild oat veloute ($26) was an impressive fish, huge portion, perfectly cooked.
Kids spaghetti and meatballs ($10) included 3 huge meatballs with some very nice pasta. A healthy fruit cup and a excellent chocolate chip cookie rounded out the dish.
OK: (Order if you like this dish)
7oz Rib Eye ($16) with a port wine demi sauce comes à la carte. This steak looked pretty pedestrian, but tasted okay.
Whipped potatoes ($5) were excellent, not too buttery, perfectly balanced.
Asparagus ($5) were also just fine.
Pans: (We would not reorder these dishes)
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