Wow, what a great meal. Home runs all, except for the Sweet Potato Autumn roll which was a single at best.
The roll wasn't as good as it might have been if the carrots were sweeter or the other veggies came through. But they were't and it wasn't more than an ok dish. The the almond ginger was also not remarkable. I was just waiting for a flavor punch commensurate with the colors and anticipation build up. The workmanship might be worth the $11 but the taste profile wasn't. Our waitress did say that it is sometimes better than others.
|Wonderfully colorful but the flavor didn't match the technicolor.|
Seitan skewers were chared and richly deep bbq with a hint of sweet in the smoky flavor. The slaw was bright and crisp and worked nicely to counter the bbq sauce. The seitan was moist and almost "fatty" in a luscious sort of way. How do they DO that?
|Stouty dark beer. Ahhh|
The seitan marsala was a convert dish. Any meat eater would swear that vegan food was every bit as good as any with a dead animal ever was. On a bed of creamy mashed with just cooked until tender kale. Home run.
Lasagna was also percect except for the citrus vinegarette which was more like lemon sqeezed with some oil. The poblano dressing which our waitress brought was a delucious almost honey mustard which I'd recommend hands down instead. The layers had a creamy tofu ricotta cheese in addition to melted, stringy soy mozzarella. The layers of eggplant and zucchini with quinoa for a toothiness was perfect especially so when slathered in the tomato sauce which was also deliciously robust and hearty.
Dessert was insane. If the others were home runs this was a Grand Slam. A thick chocolate mousse redefining rich with a chocolate cookie crust. Decadent. Glad we split one.
|See, the coffee looks a little washed out, especially when viewed in the foreground of|
perfection in chocolate.
This is not an inexpensive place to eat. Aside from the first app I mentioned it was worth every penny though.