We dined at Per Se last week and ordered the "Tasting of Vegetables" menu. But that is not what it turned out to be. It was fairly elaborate cuisine without meat or fish. There didn't seem to be any great effort to procure terrific vegetables and to show them off one at a time with what could seem like simple cuisine, but might actually be quite hard to do. My model for this would be Arpège in Paris. I imagine that Manresa and Ubuntu in the SF Bay area do it well. The Japanese know how to do it. My question is: Does any restaurant in NYC do this well?
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