The shrimp bisque was good. The beet salad was ok. Small place in a little walks shop area. Good waitress. But not a must see. Not for kids.
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Good place to have lunch. The food was OK, good pasta, hamburger and soup. Service is OK. There are a small option of Salt LAke beers. Small wine list
The place was empty and felt cold. In fact, the whole town felt like a ghost town! Server was nice, but too chatty and loud for us. Food was not as tasty as we expected and octopus was overcooked! Great wine list. I may try...More
Came first on a rainy weekend night when there wasn't much available in Carmel. Food and wine were surprisingly extraordinary. Have gone back since with the same experience. Highly recommend!
Basil is an elegant restaurant with especially wonderfully prepared and spiced food. Many delicious starters and entrees. It has a lovely outdoor patio. that is delightful when the weather is good. In fact, I don't think I've ever eaten inside ! The casual atmosphere is...More
the food was pricey and wonderful. the service was impeccable. The ingrediants were fresh and organic. and artfully displayed. the desserts expecailly the chocoalte cake and apple tart were EXCEPTIONAL
We took a quick 4-night trip to Carmel and this was the best overall meal of the entire trip, which included a meal at Sierra Mar. The food was fresh and flavorful and very accommodating of vegetarians. The weather turned cold the night of our...More
Tried to eat here in the afternoon, given the good reviews. We were a large group with 4 adults and 4 kids, but the restaurant was empty and there was plenty of space. After standing there for 20 minutes and getting nothing but rude glances...More
When visiting Carmel every year, we always have lunch at Basil's. This year we not only had a great lunch we had a great hostess and server, Sherri. Our lunch was very good. We had the Salmon BLT and the Basil hamburger! Plus the Ollalllieberry...More
Grabbed dinner on our last night in Carmel with my boyfriend. We sat outside in December, but they give soft, cozy blankets to guests so you don't freeze. Carmel is a sleepy little town, so even on a Saturday night, we watched all the businesses...More