Owner Naina is known for her culinary skills and internationally inspired menu ideas. Naina and Anand plan delectable menus together and create meals to wow their guests. Every breakfast is unusual and a cause for celebration!
A full breakfast is served every morning in Julian’s Hall. We stagger meal times to create more space. All in-house guests are invited to a complimentary dinner, only on Thursdays at 5:45 pm. This feature will be discontinued from 2023. For groups of 4 or more guests, we can arrange for a local chef to cater a dinner for you (1 week’s notice required).
Sample Breakfast Items
Swiss Bircher Muesli (apple, yogurt, raisins, honey, almond)
French style Mushrooms on a Muffin (creamy mushrooms, fried egg)
Mexican Sunflower (chorizo, potato, fried egg, salsa)
Kedgeree (basmati, smoked salmon, peas, cumin, egg, cilantro)
Indian Sausage Roll (puff pastry, cilantro, cumin, side salad)
Frittata (bell pepper, onion, cheese, potato)
Sample Thursday Dinners with Naina & Anand
(Thursday complimentary dinners end in Nov. 2022)
Beet Labneh Dip (raw grated beets, yogurt, lemon, garlic, veggie sticks, pita)
Chicken Tagine (chermoula, preserved lemon, couscous)
Cardamom-Rose-Pistachio Rice Pudding
Zorba in Walla Walla
Greek Salad (tomato, onion, greens, feta)
Moussaka (beef, tomato, eggplant, oregano, bechamel)
House-made Fresh Fruit Ice Cream
Thai Salad (carrot, cucumber, lime)
Red / Green Curry (chicken, eggplant, coconut milk, peas)
Coconut Ice Cream with Mango Puree
An impressive, locally-built steel fireplace welcomes you into Julian’s Hall, the dining room where daily breakfast and the complimentary Thursday dinner are served. The ceiling soars 30 feet above, where four old-style belt-driven fans rotate. The walls are adorned with pictures from our travels around the world. Large windows face East towards the Blue Mountains and our Pond and to the North to the courtyard. The tables are all local live-edge black walnut, and finished by a local craftsman. A closet on the far end contains board games, books and equipment if you bring back take-out food. The lighting is warm and inviting. A carved mango-wood door from Bali, converted into a barn door, separates the dining room from Ruby’s Kitchen, where delicious breakfasts are prepared for you.