Napa >Food & Dining > Mustards Grill
7399 Saint Helena Hwy, Napa, CA | Directions 9455838.418326 -122.388397
Monday To Thursday From 11:30 AM To 09:00 PM Friday From 11:30 AM To 10:00 PM Saturday From 11:00 AM To 10:00 PM Sunday From 11:00 AM To 09:00 PM
User review by martinihater – 50$ for a TGI Fridays joint...
Ordered the BBQ Ribs and they were dry, charred and tasted awful. I ordered a bottle of beer and my waitress kindly poured it for me and then walked away as it spilled over. I was seated in the corner near the door and felt as though I was being avoided by my waitress who was much more focused on the older party of six who had ordered a bottle of wine. I could only force down one rib. The sly bus boy, who was surely taught to quickly clear insultingly uneaten food away, did his job perfectly. This place was awful, skip this one.
Blah, blah, blah... – My husband and I refer to Mustards as the TGI Fridays of Napa Valley. It's just average. Average food, average service, average drinks... After eating at some of the other places in Yountville, Mustards was a let down. Don't waste you time if you are in Napa Valley for a short time.
great food w/spectacular services – i recently visited napa valley for vacation,we went to all the different winery's it was spectacular. something my wife has never experienced being she never left the island of guam. we were taken to mustards grill for lunch, my cousin who lives in farfield mustards is her favorite rest. i really enjoyed the service and food, the next time i visit california i'll be back at mustard you can bet on that.
Mustards Grill? Yes!!! – The greatness of all great restaurants is shown in the details. If the chefs paid enough attention to the minor things, like side dishes, the main ingredient would never be sub-par. The pickled red cabbage that came with the pork chop was home made (not the canned stuff), and was the most delicious I had ever eaten. The simple dish of lemon and garlic chicken was unbelievably excellent. It looked like deep fry but it wasn't. The juices flowed right out when it's cut. Mustards Grill is a typical American restaurant, but some of their dishes, like fried calamari and seared ahi tuna, are more or less fusion, and they were also excellent.
An excellent experience! – Mustard's Grill was our first meal on our vacation to the Napa Valley. It came highly recommended by the hotel concierge.
It was by far the best meal we had in all of the Napa Valley and San Francisco. We ate at many nice restaurants, but the food here was by far the best.
All four of us had the Vietnamese Lettuce Wraps and the Mongolian Pork Chop.
This is the best place I've eaten in quite some time. The crowds there proved it.
A Napa Valley Favorite – It's no wonder this restaurant's cookbook just won a James Beard Award...Mustards is home to soulfully prepared, full-bodied and earthy food. The preparations are very straightforward and show off the best in local produce. Wines, as one might expect, are a strong point. And don't miss the legendary cheesecake when dessert rolls around.
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