Quality Inn & Suites
3361 Coach Lane
Cameron Park, CA 95682
Phone: (530) 677-2203
Fax: (530) 676-1422
3361 Coach Lane, Cameron Park, CA, US, 95682
- Phone: (530) 677-2203
- Fax: (530) 676-1422
Don't brush aside this Asian food eatery as a random, pretentious restaurant that serves spicy Indo-Pakistani food in the name of authentic Afghan food. The food offered at Bamiyan a real deal Afghan food, and has been in operation since 1989. The setup is ethnic with dark, wooden furnitures, original hand made carpets decorating the walls and shimmering chandeliers hanging from the ceiling. However, the real show-stealer is the variety of delicacies served here. Dishes like Chicken Shammi Kebabs, Pakawra Saprepared and Samosas are cooked extensively in traditional Afghani style, using fresh ingredients. Make sure you try their rice preparations, which are served with adequate seasonings. In the end, do not leave without tasting the special Afghan tea which are flavored with cardamom. Call ahead to know more.
If you want to impress your date or a group of business clients, or simply want to enjoy a dinner with your family in El Dorado Hills, then head to Sienna restaurant. This upscale, elegant eatery offers a casual dining experience where the contemporary American dishes are prepared and served under the watchful eyes of the connoisseur in the kitchen, Brian Hawkins. Be prepared for an onslaught of wood-fire baked pizzas, appetizers, salads and other numerous specialties, that are served with flair. The setup is spacious with three rooms for private dining, a garden terrace for alfresco dining and a chef's table for up to 10 diners. As you relax with your group inside the huge 3500-square feet (325-square meter) kitchen, watch the executive chef and his team as they dabble with fresh ingredients to serve a delightful four-course meal, paired with an excellent selection of exquisite Californian wine from the bar.
Taco Del Mar provides Mexican cuisine in a fun, fast and friendly environment.
The finest in Mexican cuisine is provided at this restaurant that was established in 1979 and offers a wide variety of Mexican dishes to please everyone, complemented by a variety of beer, frosty Margaritas, and tropical fruit drinks.
You can order several French or Mediterranean dishes, like Boeuf Bourguignon here, but this bistro is about crepes. Each and every one of its 35 different and delicious crepes is delivered to your table carefully crammed with filling, folded into a neat square and topped with a bow of cheese and ribbon of sauce. The menu offers vegetarian crepes, and your choice of buckwheat or whole-wheat crepes. The menu has a nice selection of wines, which blend well with the texture and flavors of the crepes.
One of the most romantic restaurants in El Dorado County, this restaurant is set in a historic 1853 mansion where seating in the main dining room is clustered around the original fireplace. Elaborate dishes and cutlery with an emphasis on local and seasonal ingredients, original flavor profiles, and exquisite presentation is paired with the wines of the Sierra Foothills at this restaurant.
Open daily for lunch and dinner, this restaurant offers a variety of gourmet pot pies, organic salads, soups, and desserts, all complemented with beer and local wines.
A humble building built in 1855 by Adam Lohry, has been transformed to house an elegant restaurant, Cafe Mahjaic. A brainchild of the loving couple, the Metropulos', this restaurant ensconces its guests in an amicable ambiance. A preparation that follows American recipes and blends in flavors from around the globe, results in tantalizing flavors that guests can feast upon. The menu changes regularly to celebrate the best offerings of the ever-changing seasons. Enjoy a leisurely stroll at Henningsen Lotus Park after your meal, which is a short walk down the road from this restaurant.
Scott's Seafood Grill & Bar is a neighborhood dining outlet that can be enjoyed by the entire family. Wonderful bounties from the sea are offered here. Begin your meal with crab cakes, fried calamari, prawn or crab cocktail. Follow it up with an entree of Ahi tuna, Alaskan halibut or the house special Scott's Cioppino. End you meal with a sinful dessert of cake, sorbet or gelato. They also offer a selection of chicken, steak and pork preparations for those who would like a change of palate.
Po' Boyz Bar & Grill is a local dining and drinking establishment that offers a relaxed ambiance. The friendly atmosphere here puts you to ease in an instant and the cheerful vibe catches up with you soon. Its owner, Brenda Taylor who grew up in New Orleans has tried to recreate the magic here in Folsom complete with Cajun and blues music. This restaurant-cum-bar offers great entertainment throughout the week that includes DJ sessions, stand-up comedy shows, theme nights, live music concerts and so forth. That's not it, it also features pool tables, Karaoke set-up, televisions, billiards tables, juke box that further add to the fun mood. All in all, Po' Boyz Bar & Grill is an ideal place to enjoy with friends and family.
Seafood lovers, your visit to Rancho Cordova would be incomplete if you miss out on a meal at the city's landmark lobster joint known as Rudy's Hideaway. Ever since it opened its doors in 1972, the chefs have charmed its visitors with an onslaught of scrumptious lobsters, the smoked Prime Rib, Clam Chowder and other variety of seafood and steaks. All of this paired with a selection of wine like Chardonnay or Sauvignon Blanc, sourced from Californian wineries, make this a treat to remember. The atmosphere is casual, and the serving staff make you feel at home with their friendly service. The restaurant is also open for banquet dining and private event, so call ahead or visit their website to know more.
To get your fill of authentic sushi dishes and everything else in Japanese food in the city of Rancho Cordova, head to the Samurai Sushi restaurant on Folsom Boulevard. Opened since 1998, this eatery has been delighting its diners with an array of Japanese delicacies, ranging from tantalizing teriyakis to tasty rolls and sashmis. And the flavor infused by the chef using freshest of ingredients is authentic and true to the Japanese cuisine, unlike what you'd get in some pretentious and wannabe sushi bars. Pair your selection of Tempura or Spicy Snow roll with a Merlot or Pinot Noir, and you cannot ask for a better Japanese treat. For those not fond of wine, can always walk into the cocktail bar, and gulp down a few mean mixes.