Sweet Basil's Restaurant

We feature foods grown locally here in the triad. We believe in sustainable farming and strive to showcase the bountiful produce of North Carolina. Working with our farmers we are able to serve fresh, inspired menus.

Our menus currently feature Beef from Peterson Farms, Ostrich Tenderloin by Hilltop Farms, Uwharrie Farms Tomatoes, Coastal Fresh Caught Fish from The Shrimp Connection, Cheeses from Goat Lady Dairy and Strawberries from Cedar Hill Farms.

Outdoor dining is available on the private patio. A fantastic Wine list and live music will compliment your dinner.

Our decor features paintings by local artist Tracey Marshall and Pottery from South Elm Pottery. .

Listing last updated on Jul 31, 2008

Wine. Inspired. Food

Situated in an historic home near Quaker Village, Sweet Basil’s offers the best of what North Carolina has to offer. Impassioned by local farmers, our menus feature organic and sustainably farmed foods served in southern continental style. Our outdoor patio is a comfortable place to dine with friends and listen to live music. Fusing truly fresh ingredients with art and wine delivers a fine dining experience that one will not soon forget. Reservations recommended.




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Autumn Flavors

2008-11-07

The summer has come to a close and the falling leaves stir our desire for the comfort foods of Autumn.    Here are a few of our favorite October dishes being served this month at Sweet Basil's Restaurant Cornish Game Hens With Sausage and Cranberry Bread Pudding (serves six) 6 Cornish game hens 1 loaf white bread 3 pounds spicy pork sausage 4 cups dried cranberries 1 cup fennel 2 tablespoons fresh thyme 8 eggs 3 cups heavy cream Olive oil, salt and pepper Prepare and clean Cornish game hens.... [more]


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