Wild Coast Restaurant & Sushi Bar
Thinking globally, eating locally. Offering fresh and organic farm-to-table dinners
using recipes from around the world creatively crafted with locally grown ingredients.
NIGHTLY SEATINGS in the restaurant 6PM – 8:30PM
LUNCH 12 – 2PM daily
SUSHI BAR 4:30PM – 8PM (OPEN March 2 – Dec 3, 2016)
Closed Monday/Tuesday nights & Thanksgiving & Christmas Days.
Reservations taken up to 7 days in advance or at time of check-in. 805 927 2390
We harvest a large portion of the salad greens and vegetables right from our own garden. Restaurant compost is also enjoyed by the two dozen chickens. Guests enjoy the farm fresh chicken eggs baked into desserts and other entrees.
Chef Serge is originally from Monaco where he attended Culinary School in Nice, France.
He worked in several hotels and restaurants on the French Riviera and Israel and then later, after immigrating to the U.S., worked alongside Jacques Gonthier “Premier Ouvrier de France” “France’s best Chef of the year” at La Reserve in Scottsdale, AZ. He was later part of the culinary team to open the “Pointe Resort at Tapatio Cliffs” in Phoenix.
Drawing from experience at the Scandia Restaurant in Beverly Hills, Cano’s Restaurant in Newport Beach and several restaurants in the San Francisco area such as Julius’s Castle, Nick’s Lighthouse, and the “Family Club and Family Farm” south of San Francisco he honed his skills and passion.
When he was Executive Chef at the Gold Hill Hotel in Nevada City he had a chance meeting with John Handy, owner of Treebones. The two kept in touch for several years and after meeting Corinne, the family, and the rest of the Treebones community – it became apparent that Serge was meant to be the Chef of the WILD COAST restaurant. Welcome Serge! His cuisine is tantalizing, his passion – infectious, his goal – to satisfy. We hope you have the opportunity to meet him during your stay with us.
Our Sushi Chef Sarah is from Pennsylvania and holds a double degree in Restaurant Management and Art & Design. “Making sushi had always been what I would consider to be my dream job… amazingly the opportunity arose in a restaurant in Stroudsburg, PA where I was lucky enough to apprentice with a very Traditional Japanese Sushi Chef – here I found my passion and learned the craft. In 2013, I headed to California for a friend’s wedding. During that magical trip I found myself eating sushi in the middle of what seemed like nowhere at Treebones in Big Sur! When I arrived at Treebones I was in awe. I sat eating their sushi on the deck overlooking the ocean, dreaming of the day I could live and work in a place like this. Moments later I was introduced to Michael, one of the owners sons. Did he really just say “We are advertising for a new Sushi Chef? Did I hear that right?…Hi! My name is Sarah. I make sushi. I said with a smile. Three weeks later I drove across the country with as much of my life as I could fit in my car, ready to start a new chapter. Watching the sunset over the ocean as I make delicious, edible art, blending sushi with garden, is a dream come true. I feel so blessed to be here. I am so grateful for this life”.