Six Test Kitchen, in Paso Robles, is a dining experience like no other, in the heart of Tin City. Expect to be impressed and thrilled, as each of the 14-courses are presented. The food and sophistication are astounding, even to the most experienced, well-traveled foodie.
A beautiful wood bar, wraps around a stainless-steel kitchen, where culinary magicians prepare an extraordinary, 14-course meal, composed of one-of-a-kind dishes, both visual art and taste sensations.
Best Fine Dining Experience in Paso Robles
Watching Chef Ricky Odbert choreograph dinner creations, reminded me of a mad scientist at work, whipping up masterpieces, a few feet away. It was a show in itself, watching Ricky’s team work in synchronized harmony. Each dish is placed in front of each guest in unison. Every moment is intense, exciting and your senses come alive with the anticipation of what’s next.
Food That Delights the Senses
I’ll give you a taste of the dishes that wowed us, but know that the menu continuously changes, as the seasons and local offerings avail. Everything about your night out at Six Test Kitchen is thrilling, and worth the price of admission.
Expect to pay about $200 per person and an extra $75 per person to add wine pairing for your guests.
Attention to Detail
The meticulous attention to detail by the team of chefs was awe-inspiring. To be that precise, with that level of attention, is remarkable and the proof is in the, well, in the cooking.
The opportunity to watch the chefs, as they are creating, only enhances the anticipation quotient.
The squid ink chicharrons with smoked cream, was a great twist on a classic chicharron. This was the first course we were served and all of us were amazed. After a few more amazing courses, there was one that caught the attention of most of us. We were served the ajo blanco, celery, almond, with green, strawberry cold soup. When many people think of soup, they think that it must be warm. Not in this case. This cold soup was delicious and refreshing.
This was a great segue into our main courses of the meal.
Dining in style and being treated like rock stars, is what you can be expect at Six Test Kitchen. If you’ve opted to include wine pairings with your 14-course exquisite dishes, your taste buds will do the happy dance.
Save Room for Delectable
Each of us was given this amazing looking tart with the most beautiful colors. This was a chicken liver pie, with rhubarb and elderflower. It was exceptional.
One of my most favorite desserts, was the wild fennel milkshake. This milkshake was not served in a glass, but on a stick.
At the end of the stick, was a white chocolate-coated sphere. We were instructed to place the stick in our mouths and pull them out fast. With all our eyebrows raised, Ricky insisted this was how you ate this dessert. This dessert just melted in your mouth and felt like you had just taken a drink out of a milkshake.
Our last dessert was a candy cap, a caramel wrapped in a bay leaf. The presentation of this dessert was amazing, satisfied the palate and offered a perfect amount of crunch.
We can’t stress enough how much you need to experience Six Test Kitchen. It will dazzle and delight you.
Contact Ricky@sixtestkitchen.com to make your reservation and express dietary restrictions. Guests can dine Tuesday through Saturday, by appointment only. Two seating times per evening are available for up to 12 guests. It is a true dining event, so allow 2-3 hours for your experience. Your dinner location, at 3075 Blue Rock Road, Unit B, in Paso Robles, California is an experience you’ll never forget. If you’re into fine red wine for the perfect pairing, check out Sokolin red wines.