As we stopped in Paso Robles on our return journey North, my daughter and I were caught in an extreme heat wave that reached 113 degrees. We gave up pursuing wineries in the area, the heat took away our whole desire to go anywhere tasting 'red' wines.
We still needed a good dinner, though, and pacing around the main square, we peaked into Villa Creek and liked the atmosphere, the decor, and the friendly welcome we received. The menu was captivating and original (with Peruvian influence). We ordered: guacamole, a salad of just greens that was simply superb, and a savory sea bass cooked to perfection, we shared all dishes, and drank an excellent chilled white.
We were so enthusiastic that we returned the following night and this time ordered: tasty boquerones, the same fantastic salad of mixed greens, and an impeccable ahi tuna ceviche and drank another bottle of chilled white from their own vineyard.
The service was invariably professional and amicable. Discovering this restaurant was the highlight of our stay in Paso Robles.
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