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CLOSED: The Big 3

  • Veg-friendly Veg-friendly
    ( 2 reviews )


Contact 707-938-9000

100 Boyes Blvd (at Sonoma Hwy), Sonoma, California, USA,

Serves meat, vegan options available. Restaurant at the Fairmont Mission Inn and Spa Hotel that's open to the public. Offers a separate 'lifestyle' menu that includes vegan, macrobiotic, raw and gluten free choices; has breakfast food. CONFIRMED CLOSED, APR 2016. Open Mon-Sun 7:00am-9:00pm.

Category: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, American, Macrobiotic, Non-veg

Reviews (2)

First Review by LotteDanish

So-so at best - Edit

Some Vegan options, including oatmeal & granola. They have organic soy mylk - a plus.
The granola was okay. I did not favor the tofu scramble, as it was oniony. Soy latte was okay. Could be sweeter (cinnamon & vanilla would be nice). The french fries are not Vegan as they go in a shared fryer. ;-(
Atmosphere is so so. Not on par with rest of hotel, that's for sure. Needs remodel. Furniture is old & gross. Needs to be re-upholstered. Booths are ugly.
Food does not feel fresh & organic.

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don't bother - Edit

Although Sonoma is lacking, don't bother going to the Big 3. The food is terrible, they have no vegan options but will leave the cheese of the salads. Portions are tiny, salads very plain and boring. They have no vegetable side dishes which tends to save me at most restaurants, so your only choice here is a very plan tiny boring salad.

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