Thomas Hill Organics has a new offering that I want to share with all our friends – their “Raw Bar”.
One of our favorite restaurants in Paso Robles is Thomas Hill Organics, led by owner, Debbie Thomas. Debbie has a knack for creating food and experiences on the cutting edge of “cool”. Her new Raw Bar is just such an example. Score another hit for Thomas Hill Organics!
Offerings for fresh, raw seafood has always been hard to find in Paso Robles. Enter Thomas Hill Organics! Their new Raw Bar offers a top line experience to experience the ambience of the restaurant while also offering a raw bar experience with thoughtfully curated sakis.
O.K. – restaurants are in flux in SLO. Some wonderful ones have closed, new ones have opened and all this chaos keeps us on our toes. New to the scene is Thomas Hill Organics in SLO. We look for the best. It might be in an alleyway, perhaps in a well established restaurant. Whatever the environment, we seek to bring you our favorites in a rapidly changing environment.
Mom and I were looking forward to dining at the new iteration of our favorite Thomas Hill Organics in Paso Robles. Debbie Thomas’ new restaurant, Thomas Hill Organics Kitchen, is a much needed and delightful addition to the San Luis Obispo restaurant offering.
We’re happy they’re here! Located at the corner of Monterey and Chorro St. in San Luis Obispo, they are in the heart of downtown SLO. While most access the restaurant off Monterey Street, I suggest you park in the parking structure on Chorro and Palm and take the easy walkway to the restaurant (note: your first 60 minutes of parking are free!) Entering the restaurant you’ll find both outdoor and indoor seating – both are lovely. I dined there today with my mom and we both found inventive and delicious menu items. It was raining so we dined indoors and enjoyed a pot of mint tea while we chatted and waited for our lunch.
I selected the Sesame Crusted Ahi Tuna which was served with Edamame puree, soba noodle salad, carrot, radish, scallion, toasted nori, miso vinaigrette. It was delicious and filling. We had planned on sharing a single entree, but after tasting the dish mom ordered her own (which she graciously shared with me!) Delicious! Being too full for dessert, though it sounded wonderful, we ended our lunch with another pot of the mint tea.
We have “No Reservations” in sharing our recommendation of Thomas Hill Organics for lunch, dinner … or try their fire roasted pizzas. They have a full bar as well as serving wines from the Central Coast and elsewhere.