A Few Thoughts About Food
When we started cooking breakfasts at Seven Quails , little did we realize that we were creating our signature style and menu presentation. We love serving balanced courses of good carbohydrates, fresh vegetables, fresh fruits and organic eggs. We covet hormone and preservative free meats. French press coffee and a generous choice of herbal, caffeinated and decaffeinated teas with home-baked nibbles greet early risers.
Three-course breakfasts are rolled out, with a European-style table setting and the last course is a small sweet to bring closure to the service. We take great pleasure when our guests linger while exchanging plans for their day’s activities.
Menu planning is a must and all requests are taken with great respect be you a vegan, a vegetarian, or pork, lactose, gluten or sugar free.
This is a good place for a diet. This is a bad place for a diet.
What Our Guests Say About Our Food
As the saying goes:"One picture is worth a thousand words." So in the interest of brevity we are posting a few photos of some of our breakfast offerings as provided by our guests or the local photo talent as well as comments by guests as written in their Trip Advisor reviews.
"Ah yes the breakfast –Wow!!! This isn’t your normal bagels, buns and butter B&B breakfast. Oh no, this is a full blown gourmet feast for the eyes stomach and soul. It is custom designed for you based on your likes, dislikes allergies etc. that you give them before you arrive. Weather permitting; it’s served on their patio overlooking the Santa Lucia Mountain range. On a clear day Dave said you can see 60 miles–and I believe him. It is a spectacular way to begin your day. I guarantee this meal will get you through a round of golf, winery tours, a Hearst Castle visit or shopping."
George D., Baltimore, Maryland - Trip Advisor Review of August 3, 2012
"Their cooking is fantastic: 4-course breakfasts (unheard of at other B&Bs we've stayed in). Absolutely top- notch food and accommodating (any food-related issues are addressed and catered to in a generous and thoughtful way). Karina's baking is fabulous, not to mention some gooey chocolately treats that were to die for. Last day's fourth course was a tower of fruit, in a home-baked ginger snap bowl, drizzled with chocolate and decorated with a chocolate decorative topper - all homemade, and more a piece of art than food! Yummy."
Sarah G., Toronto, Canada - Trip Advisor Review of February 13, 2013
NOTE: In the interest of clarity, we ascribe the reference in the quotation above of a fourth course to the "Morning Coffee Bar Pre-breakfast Nibbles."
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