MADCAP

Marin

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San Francisco Magazine

Three New Restaurants to Try Now

"In Siegel’s hands, herb-roasted chicken is an elevated bird arranged in a garden of bok choy, cherry tomatoes, and red-peppery romesco. The art-filled space has the feel of a cozy corner haunt, but a tasting menu underscores the kitchen’s high intentions." - Josh Sens & Luke Tsai/November 13, 2017

SF Chronicle

The best cooking in Marin? It's at the new Madcap in San Amselmo

"Siegel has proven time and again to be one of the best chefs in the Bay Area.  Siegel illustrates the difference between a competent chef and an inspired one. He intuitively balances ingredients and turns out dishes that excite but never overwhelm the senses." 

3 1/2 stars" - Michael Bauer/November 5, 2017

C magazine

A Chef for All Seasons

"Here, Siegel focuses on produce and what he considers the Bay Area’s “40 sea- sons,” as well as his signature nuanced, Japanese cooking style." - Michalene Busico/November 2017

Marin IJ

Michelin-starred chef Ron Siegel's Madcap a work of art

"What you'll find at Madcap is a harmonious alignment among three elements — space, food and service." - Leanne Battelle/October 24, 2017

Zagat

Eat This Now: 15 Fall Dishes to Try in the Bay Area
“Chef-owner Ron Siegel masterfully marries contemporary Californian cooking with classic Japanese ingredients and techniques at his Marin County solo debut…” - Trevor Felch/October 23, 2017

7x7 

A Kitchen of His Own: Chef Ron Siegel Seriously Owns it at Madcap
“…perhaps it's simply the inspiration and influence of a man who has dedicated the better part of his life to perfecting his craft. In either event, the end result is a kind of magic.” - Nick Czap/October 18, 2017

Marin Magazine

Madcap: A Sophisticated Story
“Upon entering Ron Siegel’s newest solo venture Madcap, I was immediately impressed with the finesse of it all. Vibe: Dark and intimate with vibrant art, the space looks like something you would stumble upon in SF’s Mission District rather than sleepy San Anselmo.” - Leela Lindner/October 2017

SFGATE

Ron Siegel to Open Madcap in Marin
"The menu is American and Japanese-influenced fare, with a focus on vegetables." - Justin Phillips/ April 24, 2017

Eater sf

Chef Ron Siegel to Open Solo Restaurant in Marin
"Siegel will be doing a completely new concept."  - Ellen Fort/April 20, 2017