You should try Veil, where I work, at least for dessert!
PeterFri, 09 Nov 2007 02:57:10 +0000http://www.tastingmenu.com/2007/11/05/dine-around-seattle/#comment-3992Hi. I just wanted to say that I love the website here and I have a quick question as well. I arrived in Seattle last night actually and I just made my set of dinner reservations: Lampreia, Mistral, Lark (we’ll walk in), Cafe Juanita and Harvest Vine. I wanted to try Nishino but my father does not want to have that style of cuisine. Should I swap my reservations for a place you think I am sorely missing? Thanks
danaTue, 06 Nov 2007 17:43:22 +0000http://www.tastingmenu.com/2007/11/05/dine-around-seattle/#comment-3982I agree. I never have room for dessert either. Although I do force myself to order it out of “professional curiosity”. It’s nearly impossible to serve people portions appropriate to what they can actually eat. There is a deep tie in this country between value and large portions, and restaurants must accomodate that perception for their diners.
TomTue, 06 Nov 2007 00:55:31 +0000http://www.tastingmenu.com/2007/11/05/dine-around-seattle/#comment-3978Here’s why my wife and I like the 25 for 25 promotions in the past – portion sizes! We like dessert, but at most restaurants, we never make it there unless we split an entree.
I know we’re in the minority, but we don’t mind having less if it means we don’t waste food, or over stuff ourselves.