April 2015 : Trillium Cafe, Mendocino

orange coast magazine

From the article “Beach Town Getaway: Mendocino” in Orange Coast Magazine:

“Mendocino business owners pride themselves on using locally sourced, sustainable, and organic ingredients, and the year-old Trillium Cafe and Inn is no exception. Attentive servers in an intimate dining room offer local Dungeness crab strudel ($18) and curried acorn squash.”

 Read the whole article here.

the wall street journal

A view from the deck at Trillium Cafe in MendocinoThe Wall Street Journal recently featured a wonderful tour of the Anderson Valley, and they included Trillium Cafe in their list of destinations.

“Cap the night with dinner at the Trillium Café (10390 Kasten St., trilliummendocino.com), a 20-table restaurant and three-room inn that occupies the ground floor of an old Victorian (doubles from $135 per night; trilliummendocino.com). Chef Daniel Martin-Dzul prides himself on sourcing produce, meats and seafood from the Mendocino County coast. Standout dishes include the local ling cod with white beans and kale ($25), and a house-made Cajun-spiced shellfish fettuccine ($28). The real star here, however, is dessert: If the baked Alaska special isn’t an option, try the salted caramel chocolate ganache tart ($9). Pair it with a local Port or sweet wine….”

Read the full article here.

los angeles magazine

Los Angeles Magazine featured Trillium in a recent guide to the best places to visit on the Mendocino coast. “Trillium Cafe makes a deliciously rich caramelized onion-and-goat cheese tart as well as Covelo Ranch melt-in-the-mouth braised short ribs.” Read the whole article here.