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La Toque
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The Westin Verasa Napa 1314 McKinstry St Napa, CA 94559
1314 McKinstry StreetUSCaliforniaNapa94559
(707) 257-5157latoque.com
$$$$RestaurantToday 5:30 – 9:30 pm
Monday 5:30 – 9:30 pmTuesday 5:30 – 9:30 pmWednesday 5:30 – 9:30 pmThursday 5:30 – 9:30 pmFriday 5:30 – 9:30 pmSaturday 5:30 – 9:30 pmSunday 5:30 – 9:30 pm
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Destination place serving New French cuisine in refined surroundings within the Westin Verasa hotel.- Google
"Love that Ken Frank creativity and hospitality, still a winner."
"Flawless fine dining experience."
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Garrett Coleman
a week ago
Everything was great until it was time for dessert. 45 min later we get it after I point it out, but only after we waited another 15 min. for cheese, pre-made dessert cake, and the only thing they had to cook was a very small funnel cake. To make it worse they never apologize. interesting note another couple we met at a wine tour stated they had their meal have the long pause before their hen course.
califcamper
6 months ago
So the chef is soooo happy to put goose liver back on the menu, a very cruel way to treat an animal, like these filthy rich sad souls need to make more money, kinda shows who your eating around while there, I personally couldn't be near humans like this. I will either go to a cruelty free restaurant or if I'm gonna eat animal, at least buy cruelty free meat, grab a bottle of wine and go home to enjoy....I can't contribute to this place anymore.
Morgan S
8 months ago
Not worth the money, get into French Laundry if you can for a TRUE "gourmet" experience. La Toque allows people to wear flip flops, jeans, and t-shirts and has a "hotel restaurant" feel to it. Very expensive, $150+/person, but short on the experience...
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Johann Naylor
3 years ago
Apparently known as the mini French Laundry La toque is certainly in the same class, except the portions are American French not French. The food is excellent and the service is almost completely impeccable with very minor and occasional infractions: I noticed 2 approaches from the wrong side and an asynchronous dish delivery in a party of four diners eating four courses each. The red meat was prepared exactly properly, of fine cuts, including a mild lamb and tender antelope, with the carpaccio being notably exceptional in a fantastic group. The sea food dishes: Lobster linguini - very good-, the squid ink scallop -masterful- , and himachi -excellent- were all of exceptional quality fish. The Sommelier was able to formulate a rare and novel, but very excellent cocktail on request to vague taste guidelines, and offer helpful suggestions to wine taste requests to fit within the half bottle list as well as curb side education on up and coming wine regions. I am constantly disappointed by Sommelier service but was very pleased here by the red headed female Sommelier whose name I regretfully cannot recall. I would certainly revisit La toque and rank it easily in my top ten fine dining experiences at #3.
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S Azar-Mehr
3 months ago
Excellent prefix meal with perfectly ballanced wine pairing(s) in a suffisticated Los Angeles like highend environment.
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Tony Gentilcore
7 months ago
Flawless fine dining experience. I love a meal where I learn at least one new ingredient. Tonight's surprise was matsutake!
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Forrest Huisman
3 years ago
The youthful yet knowledgeable staff made every effort to make our experience memorable. The kitchen is consistent with timing and quality, while the portions are perfectly balanced and adventurous. The modest-contemporary interior is comfortable and clean, with an emphasis on local, in-season ingredient sourcing that inspires me to revisit during times other than wine harvest and crush.
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Ross Monro
2 years ago
Excellent. Every course was delicious with superb accompanying wines that were very well matched. Quail may have been the best but all were great. Great service a really enjoyable experience

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