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Lord Griffin Apr 14, 2006 04:14 PM

So Im debating between staying in healdsburg to eat at Cyrus, or driving back to town with the folks to eat somewhere here. I havent really heard anything at all about cyrus. If i come back to town, do i go to Myth or Ame?

Were already hitting up aziza, zuni, oliveto, canteen, and pizzeria delfina. if not myth or ame, where?

thanks for the help!

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    Patty Apr 14, 2006 10:18 PM

    Cyrus is great!! I had a great meal at Cyrus last October. I like Ame but I have to say that Myth is the place, and I do agree you will not be able to get a reservation tonight. You need to book four weeks in advance.

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      eric Apr 14, 2006 07:13 PM

      If your parents are anything like mine, I think Cyrus would be the best fit. The room is elegant, service attentive, and food is fantastic. It is a truly fine experience. Ame is serene, the food is more minimalist, this would be my second choice. Myth is fun and has a great vibe, very bustly and noisy. The food is not unlike many good SF restaurants.

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        26th Apr 14, 2006 05:03 PM

        Ame
        Hands down.
        Although Myth has the sexier room, but if you call ahead to Ame and ask them for a bespoke dinner, you will receive an amazing meal.
        Pair it with wines and Myth gets left in the dust.

        Myth in Decemeber was excellent.
        Ame last month was incredible.

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          nooodles Apr 14, 2006 05:05 PM

          What is a bespoke dinner?

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            Robert Lauriston Apr 14, 2006 05:27 PM

            Kaiseki.

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              26th St Apr 15, 2006 11:49 AM

              Bespoke was their description of a customized tasting menu.

              I wanted a meal where you never see a menu and are served dishes that are generally not available to others- whether due to limited availabilty of ingrediants or incredibly laborious construction.

              All they needed to know was size and limitations (no red meat, etc).

              Very memorable meal.

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                lavendula Feb 2, 2008 08:44 AM

                Do you know if they would do a vegetarian tasting menu?

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              CH Addict Apr 14, 2006 08:22 PM

              If not Cyrus, then...

              AME,AME,AME!

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              TheDive Apr 14, 2006 04:42 PM

              We had an absolutely fabulous meal at Cyrus in January that rivals the experience at FL. The champagne and cheese services are spectacular (as I hear the caviar service is as well). Each course was creative and the service warm. I even liked the hokey "calling the chef" bit when we arrived! We had the tasting menu, with the caveat for me that I had to haev the caramel corn soup for dessert -- wow! I would go back to Cyrus in a heartbeat (although I'm having lunch at Ame on Monday).

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                Roger Apr 14, 2006 04:24 PM

                Myth is the place but I doubt you will get into the restaurant tonight. You could eat in the bar and watch the action which is great fun. The food is the best.

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                  Morton the Mousse Apr 14, 2006 04:22 PM

                  Not much about Cyrus on Chowhound. Here's an excellent report from the restaurant whore:

                  Link: http://www.meshsf.com/blogs/2005/09/y...

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