Big Sur Roadhouse is a mandatory stop for foodies traveling along the coast. Displaying an inviting décor using redwood and abstract paintings, the restaurant creates an intimate, modern and classic feel. The fireplace in the corner radiates warmth and friendliness.
The lunch menu is limited, so it you prefer a more elaborate dining experience, pay a visit at dinner. Although the menu is meat-heavy, vegetarians may find something that suits their palate. Big Sur Roadhouse has a neat selection of 8-10 wines by the glass, many bottles and a nice craft beer.
If you happen to drop by for lunch, try the sandwiches which include thinly sliced Diestel organic turkey served on honey whole wheat bread and topped with creole mustard marinated cabbage. Or bite into Hot Turkey Po'Boy which is turkey with marinated cabbage, beef debris and provolone on country grain baguette. The bread is crusty and wholesome and the house chips which are served with the sandwich are lightly seasoned and crisp.
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