Reviews on American food in Ferndale, California, United States. Ferndale is a city in Humboldt County, California, United States. Its population was 1,371 at the 2010 census, down from 1,382 at the 2000 census. The city contains dozens of well-preserved Victorian storefronts and homes. Ferndale is the northern gateway to California's Lost Coast and the city, which is sited on the edge of a wide plain near the mouth of the Eel River, is also located near the extensive preserves of Coast Redwood forests.
Things to do in Ferndale
4 based on 51 reviews
Fortuna's newest Steakhouse, seafood bar and grill. Open for dinner only. Full bar, cocktails, local beers on tap, domestic beers in the bottle, 30 different wines to choose from. Times Standard Choice Award winner for "Best Steak"
Portions are super large and always leave this place beyond full! No place serves soup, salad and bread with a meal anymore. not only does this place give you all of that- you get a antipasto plate and raviolis as an app as well! Drinks are pretty strong and tasty. Food can be a little salty. Weâve had the meatloaf and filet and ribeye and they all tasted over salted which was a bummer. Next time we had the chicken Wellington and the seafood plate that offered scampi, a pasta and friend shrimp and all of that was right! Just try to work on the saltiness of the meat and youâve got a great steak house.
4 based on 622 reviews
Weâre Eel River Brewing Company and weâve blazed a trail in the craft brew industry over the past twenty years. Continuing our unfailing commitment to quality, taste and consistency is our diverse offerings of excellent craft beer. Much like the tenacious
Reading trip advisor to prepare for this quick trip to the Redwoods this restaurant was rated highly for Fortuna.Must have been before current chef!On a positive note- the beer is excellent and the garden area and interior are quite nice. Very large parking area.Unfortunately the food is brutal. Totally overcooked and dry without any flavor.We arrived about noon, the counter at the bar pretty filled- appeared all were only drinking beer. Otherwise, there was one or two other couples who seemed to be finishing their meals. We ordered- one of their special burgers (blue cheese, pepper and bacon) which I ordered medium, and their fish and chips special. Three other groups then came in, including one of four that sat in the garden about 12:15. They looked at menus and then ordered. About 12:30 they were served and we still didn't have our meals. About 40 minutes after ordering my burger was brought out . Five minutes later my wife's fish and chips. I looked at the burger which was burned on the outside and ,when I bit into it, I found it to be more than well done and with absolutely no juices left so it was totally dry. My wife's fish and chips were clearly overcooked as well on the outside and she described the taste on "not fresh fish" and also very dry. These were both supposed to be their specials which makes you wonder if they were specials because they needed to unload old product.The waitress asked how everything was and I showed her the burger and said this doesn't look medium to me. She said no that is definitely overcooked and offered to bring another but since it took 40 minutes or more to get the first one we chose to not waste our afternoon waiting for a replacement. Condiments were limited to ketch-up which I don't use and regular golden's mustard out of an older plastic container. Given how dry the burger was I used some mustard which came out watery. I was a bit surprised nothing further was offered to make up for the food issue.
3 based on 39 reviews
After a long drive along the Lost Coast and now knowing what was coming up, we were so surprised and delighted to arrive at Ferndale CA. We were craving breakfast and there like the emerald city was the Ferndale Omelette Factory. Breakfast served all day! We had two amazing omelets and learned about the history of this wonderful little town. So glad our trip took us here!
5 based on 32 reviews
We stumbled into this place for lunch on SundayVery nice small restaurant atmosphere with very sweet and perky waitress, Stephanie who made our culinary experience even better with great smiley service.Our choices of lasagna and pork cutlet were fantastic. Very flavorful and beautifully presented with very generous portions. We will be back great experience all around.
4 based on 74 reviews
Hearty breakfast served in comfy old-fashioned setting - a local breakfast joint. Waitress was attentive. We ordered their linguica sausage; it was good. Also ordered omelettes and breakfast burritos. Simple menu selections. Food takes a while to arrive (need to hire another chef/cook). The portions were mighty. Limited drink selection to choose from; mainly basic coffee, hot chocolate, orange juice. Everyone leaves stuffed!
4 based on 299 reviews
Delicious Food for Everyone Located in the center of Ferndale, at Victorian Inn, VI Restaurant offers Pacific Northwest classics and innovative California cuisine. From our popular Smoked Salmon and Goat Cheese Ravioli to the mouth-watering Paella Portugu
Spending time in the Eureka area it is always challenging for us to find a truly great meal. As we visited Ferndale recently we stumbled upon a truly amazing Inn and Restaurant, the "Victoria Inn". The staff was amazing, the owner pleasant and helpful as well. We highly recommend the Victoria Inn. The soup was incredibly delicious as were our entrees, we will surely come again!
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