Tucked away in the historic Railroad Square District, The Pullman Kitchen elevates farm-fresh produce and meats to artful Cal-Mediterranean cuisine. Savor seasonal dishes that showcase "the true flavor of the local ingredients" and keep the ever-changing menu delightfully surprising:
• $15 for $30 to spend on food and drink at weekday lunch
• Dine at this Santa Rosa restaurant Monday through Friday, 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
• Local wines complement fish, pork, squash blossoms, and other Sonoma goods
"The food here is incredibly fresh and delicious -- and thoughtfully prepared. The dining room is small and intimate with an open kitchen. The kitchen staff is remarkably in synch with each other. ... I wanted to try all of the appetizers, they sounded so great. ... And save room for dessert!" - OpenTable Reviewer
"It Will Only Get Better and Better"
This is what other foodies anticipate from chef Darren McRonald's inspired creations that make the bounty of the Sonoma area sing. His California- and Mediterranean-inspired restaurant is a "breath of new life" according to Inside Scoop SF -- which also reports that you shouldn't get too attached to one particular dish, as the menu will likely be different next time you go. What's hot in the kitchen now? Flaky Alaskan halibut with tender marble potatoes, roasted red onions, and pea shoots brought straight from the garden to Pullman. And we love the unexpected squash blossoms stuffed with smoked mozzarella, ricotta, and mortadella.
PAID VALUE DOES NOT EXPIRE
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON October 1, 2014
The Pullman Kitchen
$30 to Spend on Farm-to-Table New American Cuisine and Local Wines from a Seasonal Menu
- from $15