Citysearch Editorial Review. Nestled in the dramatic Marin headlands lies a cluster of off-white buildings with red tile roofs. Once home to Fort Baker, the compound today houses the luxury hotel of Cavallo Point and this equally sophisticated eatery. Luxurious fireplaces now warm the four dining spaces (once the barracks of enlisted men), while the views of the Bay Bridge and San Francisco need no embellishment. Nearly all the Michelin-starred kitchen's menu items are Nor Cal-sourced, with shout-outs given to each farmer, rancher or forager. The cuisine itself, an inventive mélange of artful and decadent, includes baby red abalone with suckling pig confit, Drakes Bay oyster bisque, or foie gras-stuffed rabbit with creamy chantrelles and prosciutto.
Murray's is a dissapointment. We went for lunch on December 31st. We had called numerous times to make reservations for New Years eve dinner but could not get anyone to give us info. They would tell us to call back so after several weeks we decided to have lunch instead. The service was fair at best, our server did not have a clue on wine selection. The food was average and did not leave any lasting impression as one would think from a Michelin rated restaurant. The view and setting are wonderful. I would not recommend dining there and will not return for an encore. Footnote. I emailed the management to let them know my experience and they did not even acknowledge my email. Obviously they don't care.
Editorial Review. Beautifully presented, fresh, local fare is the mission behind this Sausalito destination.
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