I'm a fairly eclectic foodie, but trend toward healthier dishes, and love veggies and fish over everything else. (E.g., my favorite cuisine is high-end Japanese and sushi, although I dabble in Ethiopian veggie patters, and love a grilled fish, etc.)
I wear two hats, the snob hat, but also the open, culturally diverse hat, if you know what I mean. ;)
Anyway, I'll be in MSP for three evenings, and also have time for two lunches. I will be dining solo.
Off the top of my head, I was thinking La Belle Vie, since that seems to be the highest-rated restaurant, but do you think the chef would be okay modifying the tasting menu to no meat, and, would it be weird to go solo and just...read?
One other night I have for the Bachelor Farmer, since my guess was that that was the most regional. Good idea/bad idea?
One more night I'm totally open?
Two lunches, not a clue, but I'm feeling either vegan/vedge stuff, Ethiopian, and/or Vietnamese?
Thanks in advance!! Price is not an issue, although prices in MSP seem very reasonable in general anyway. I notice that there does not seem to be a Japanese-run sushi establishment, so I'm steering clear of that scene.
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