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Wild Rooster Bistro

The story of the Wild Rooster Bistro is the story of three friends who were all raised in homes and families in Mexico where food was the center of life, where recipes were sources of pride to be honed and honored and passed on. The three of us had also worked in Sacramento-area restaurants for about two decades, and we had all learned enough about both the art and the business to be pretty sure we knew what the heck we were doing. We ch...

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About Wild Rooster Bistro

The story of the Wild Rooster Bistro is the story of three friends who were all raised in homes and families in Mexico where food was the center of life, where recipes were sources of pride to be honed and honored and passed on. The three of us had also worked in Sacramento-area restaurants for about two decades, and we had all learned enough about both the art and the business to be pretty sure we knew what the heck we were doing. We chose Fair Oaks because, well, it chose us. From the moment we officially became partners and opened our doors, we started meeting our "regulars" and getting to know the business owners and neighbors (including the wild chickens in the park) who have become our friends. Except for that one rooster...

Our menu is mostly Mexican recipes based on what our mothers cooked at home, along with a few special creations from the time we've spent living in California. The flavor is the key, of course - we come from the Land of Salsa. We love finding ways to preserve flavor while still making sure we are satisfying the equally important needs of our customers for healthy and nutritious choices. That's where our "Options are kind of our thing" saying on the menu comes from - vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options abound. Even if that's not usually what you go for, you might be pleasantly surprised by something like a chile Relleno that's full of flavor but baked, not fried. Think of it as a nice, thick slice of Mexico, with a little bit of California sprinkled on top.