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K'ya Bistro Restaurant Review: Located inside the historic La Casa del Camino boutique hotel, this charming Laguna restaurant draws in locals with its lively Euro bistro vibe and reasonable price points. Its status as a hot-spot is further elevated by the eclectic cuisine from longtime chef Craig Connole. Breakfast offers up a mix of common fare (bagels, muffins, pancakes) and uncommon dishes (smoked salmon, Italian sausage frittata, duck hash scramble). The lunch and tapas-style dinner menu is more globally inspired. We suggest starting with the wild ahi poke and Thai-influenced fried calamari. The farmhouse salad with dates, grilled corn, bacon, goat cheese and cashews acts as a nice intermezzo. The wide range of inexpensive small plates encourages your entourage to indulge in several flavors, from lamb bolognese with gnocchi and lobster meatballs served atop truffle and bacon mashed potato, to spiced garlic shrimp with cannellini beans and the boneless Carolina-style pork ribs accompanied by cream corn. Desserts such as the indulgent brownie ice cream bars are also sharable. Most wines are available in four different pour levels, and the list features selections primarily from Napa Valley.