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Robert's In Paso Robles

AmyMad Jun 19, 2012 01:38 PM

We are considering Robert's for one of our Paso Robles meals next month. Our other night is Il Cortile. We are sort of burned out on Bistro Laurent, and frankly found the noise level at Artisan overshadowed whatever was going on with the food. We always have lunch at Panolivo, and breakfast at Paso Robles Inn. So, has anyone been to Robert's recently? Love the look of the menu, but don't want to waste a whole night if the place does not live up to the potential suggested by the menu. Thanks.

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    glbtrtr RE: AmyMad Jun 19, 2012 02:37 PM

    In the Paso Robles updates, how also is "Mathew"s doing - is he still at the airport and did he not also open a place in town?

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      PolarBear RE: glbtrtr Jun 19, 2012 04:55 PM

      IIRC he did open a place in town that went belly up. We were wondering exactly the same thing about the original spot at the airport, had many excellent lunches there while passing through.

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        Bakersfield Hound RE: glbtrtr Jun 23, 2012 08:32 AM

        Sadly both are closed

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        goldangl95 RE: AmyMad Jun 19, 2012 02:47 PM

        Forgive me, if you thought of this and passed already - but what about Thomas Hill Organics?

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          AmyMad RE: goldangl95 Jun 19, 2012 08:37 PM

          In regards to Thomas Hill Organics, not a huge fan of the menu for dinner. I'm really just wanting to know about Robert's. Thanks.

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            chezmargie RE: AmyMad Aug 9, 2012 06:03 PM

            I went to Robert's on a Sunday night a couple of weeks ago and thought the food was awful. I know the Exec. Chef is probably off because it is a Sunday but still the food had a country club kinda feel. The specials felt like they were trying to get rid of items that they had in their kitchen and the server had no idea what he was doing. I do agree that you should give a place three tries so I am willing to go again however the first experience was not desirable. We just move from Napa and I use to be a chef before my children and my husband is a winemaker. I can be hard on restaurants! My husband went on another occasion and liked it...

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              dockhl RE: chezmargie Aug 10, 2012 07:34 AM

              Recently had lunch there .....first time back since I posted this shortly after it opened. (http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/761385


              Still unremarkable.

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