The Oaks Bar Grille
• Hours: 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday by Thursday. 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday to Sunday. Breakfast is served until noon.
• Where: 4105 N.W. Camas Meadows Drive, Camas.
• Contact: 360-833-2000, camasmeadows.com
• Health score: The Oaks Bar and Grille perceived a measure of 25 on May 23. Zero is a ideal score, and Clark County Public Health closes restaurants with a measure of 100 or higher. For information, call 360-397-8428
Why: The Oaks Bar Grille offers an disdainful dining knowledge off a beaten trail unaware a immaculately neat Camas Meadows Golf Club with mature oaks and soaring evergreen trees. The grill is open for breakfast, lunch and cooking 7 days a week. The menu, combined by Executive Chef Bill Reade, facilities disdainful selections to span with breeze beers and polished wines.
Atmosphere: The grill is clad in abounding timber tones with a noble presence. Lighting inside creates a comfortable glow, and a dilemma grate adds a hold of homeyness. Outdoor seating is some of a best around for a comfort and scenery. The deficiency of trade and city noises adds to a relaxed ambiance.
What we tried: I had a New York Balsamico, and my dining companions attempted a Camas Carver and a Untouchable Chipotle Chicken Wrap. To start a meal, we had a lettuce cups, and we finished a plate with a chocolate lava cake with ice cream and a flourless chocolate torte.
The lettuce cups, 3 in all, are done with butter root lettuce and filled with diced, cooking and grilled chicken, cabbage slaw and drizzled with a juicy honeyed chili peanut sauce. We found them only right to start a plate with their fresh, light character.
The New York Balsamico is a pasta plate with a New York frame beef atop. The pasta is churned with red onions, mushrooms, and a cavatappi and bleu cheese fondue. The beef is prepared with a balsamic rebate and is chargrilled. we found a pasta a must-try if we like bleu cheese. It was really well-spoken and not overly rich. The beef was a hit-and-miss knowledge with a tad too many chewy bites. Still, what was proposal was good. It had a poignant volume of burn on it, as well.
My dining companions enjoyed their selections. The Camas Carver is a French dip-style sandwich with shaved primary rib, gruyere, caramelized onions, roasted garlic and aioli. A side of au jus is served with it for dipping. The hang contains jack cheese, avocado, tomato, lettuce and chipotle aioli and grill salsa with a duck in a spinach wrap. My dining messenger favourite what a salsa brought to a differently customary ingredients.
Of a desserts, we elite a lava cake. we generally favourite a ice cream with it, that reminded me of ice milk.
Menu prominence over what we tried: The Kalbi Short Rib starters done from Angus beef brief ribs in Korean spices, shaft sugarine and toasted chili sounded tasty, as did a Bay Shrimp ceviche. Salads embody a Caesar and clout salad. The Bowl-In-One salad combines quinoa, pulled white chicken, red grapes, cucumber, artichoke, onion, spinach and a sugar and orange dressing. The Oaks tacos are done with shredded cabbage, pico de gallo, residence done cilantro jalapeño salsa with cod, chicken, steak, or salmon. The citrus hoisin salmon served with basmati rice and sesame boiled immature beans with citrus ponzu and maifun sounded intriguing. Pizzas embody a tasty Italian combination, and a Thai chicken. Omelets, eggs Benedict, buttermilk pancakes, a New York beef breakfast, biscuits and gravy, and a hasten are among a breakfast options.
Other observations: Outdoor seating has a fantastic perspective of a greens and is really peaceful. The use was veteran and a food was only what we approaching with a cost that reflects a whole experience.
Cost: Breakfast options operation from $8.50 to $16.50. Sides cost $2.50 to $4.50. Lunch and cooking starters are $9.50 to $13. Salads cost $10 to $14.50. A crater of soup is $5 and a play is $7. Pizzas are 10 inches and cost 13 to $15. Burgers and other options operation from $12.50 to $23. Happy Hour selections are $7 to $10.50. Pizzas during Happy Hour are $3 off. Wine ranges from $6 to $15 by a potion and $20 to $67 by a bottle.