From the outside, Tilth looks like an old green house. From the outside, you wouldn't know that Tilth is a leader in the farm-to-table movement. From the outside, you wouldn't know that Chef Maria Hines has been honored by both the James Beard Foundation and Food & Wine Magazine.
But will you experience all this greatness inside of Tilth?
Like all the food at Tilth, condiments are natural and certified organic.
We had to ask for a lot of things...including simple service. After we were seated, we were ignored for a very long time, while servers attended to other parties who arrived long after we did. Needless to say, this did not please us.
Mini duck burgers, fingerling chips, housemade ketchup, hot mustard ($18).
Meaty and juicy and seriously adorable.
Dungeness crab omelet, corn, tarragon, crème fraiche ($15).
Certainly fresh and of great quality but lacking oomph. Hence the request for Tabasco.
Side of bourbon vanilla French toast, apple marmalade, almond, orange bread ($5).
Perfect mini dessert to end this brunch. Literally the sweetest part of our meal.
I'd been looking forward to Tilth ever since I read about it, but our experience was such a letdown because of poor service. Objectively, the food is mostly delightful. But I have to give a thumbs down because we didn't leave happy.