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People Talk: What’s your favorite El Dorado Hills dining spot?

Jonna Keledjian, El Dorado Hills "I've never had a bad meal at Sienna. I had the grilled skirt steak last week and it was outstanding."
Jonna Keledjian, El Dorado Hills "I've never had a bad meal at Sienna. I had the grilled skirt steak last week and it was outstanding."

Jonna Keledjian, El Dorado Hills “I’ve never had a bad meal at Sienna. I had the grilled skirt steak last week and it was outstanding.”

Shawn Hall, Cameron Park “€œMy wife and I like the sushi place over by CVS (Sushi Kuma). They have great specials. We just get the standard stuff like the rainbow rolls.”

Gretta Goose, El Dorado Hills “€œThat’€™s easy. Village Green Park, by the library. It has everything a goose could want, plenty of water, grass and lots of little kids to terrorize.”

Karly Worrell, Sacramento “I don’t eat here that much, but I love the eggrolls at Nugget. Mama Ann’s pizza slices are also really good.”

Deirdre Fawn, El Dorado Hill “This time of year, it’s all good. My favorite? Probably that hillside above the rock. Those guys with the bows and arrows seem friendly, but I try keep an eye on them.”

 

 

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