If you want a special-occasion vegan spot, this is your place. It serves a five-course tasting menu for $58 a head, and there’s only one 7pm seating per night (Wednesday to Sunday). At the beginning of dinner, the chef rings a ceremonial gong and gives a monologue about the menu and the purveyors and foragers who helped supply the ingredients. Then you’re off on your fancy vegetable journey. This all might sound like a bit much, but we promise, the food holds up - even for omnivores.
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