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My husband and I started our meal with the best onion rings we’ve ever eaten. Then we shared the Berry Hill Salad which was delicious and followed up with the superbly flavored artichoke pasta. Service was friendly and quick. Highly recommend!
We had a lovely Sunday lunch at Berry Hill Bistro in Paso Robles The place was nicely decorated for the Christmas holidays. I enjoyed a cup of pea soup and then had their Berry Hill salad with ahi. There is an additional charge for adding...a protein choice.
My husband enjoyed his sandwich and onion rings. He also enjoyed a glass of wine.
Service was very good.More
We had come directly fromviewing the Light show and thsi place was recommended by the frontdesk staff at our hotel. The menu is a little limited for dinner but we all found something to order. We started with an Italian wedding soup which was served...hot and was really tasty, warming our cold bones from being outside for the light exhibit. I ordered the salmon while the others selected the ribs. My salmon was good, but seemed rather small for an entree, only a little over 2 inches by 6 inches in size. The others enjoyed their ribs. Overall, it was a good choice for an informal dinner meal and reasonably priced. Give it a try.More
Had a great birthday celebration at Berryhill. We particularly loved the appetizer menu including fried pickles. Great feature is no corkage fee if you bring in a bottle of local wine, then $15 for the second. We brought two. Can’t wait to return.
We were looking for somewhere reasonably priced to eat and came across this nice little place. It was quite busy with a good mix of families and couples. The staff were very friendly. The menu was not extensive but suited us and we had Fish...and Chips and Chicken Masala with a bottle of the Penman Cabernet, which was reasonably priced compared to the cost of wine in other establishments in town. We knew they were busy but it took a long time for us to be served. Our server came over to apologise for the delay and after we got our food, she came over again to apologise. I don't mind waiting as long as they keep me informed and this was what she did. The food was good and well cooked although I though the masala sauce was a bit thin.More
Friendly staff, with an attempt at some creative food, but not too many choices. Standard salads and sandwiches although the Duck Salad meat was tender. They were trying, but overall it was disappointing.