(I'm a former Trillium Haven Farm CSA member and current Trillium Haven restaurant member) Now that you know my history, here's my experience. I've eaten at the restaurant for summer dinner, fall brunch, and winter dinner. The menu changes seasonally (maybe weekly, with what's available) and always with something for every eater: meat/potatoes, vegan, vegetarian, low fat, 'not-too-spicy', etc. The flatbread has THE BEST crust in the city; quibble about the toppings- the crust is divine; soft, tasty, just the right crunchy. The apps are varied and run the gamut of tastes; the hummus was just OK for me (companions raved), the whitefish pate was super (companions thought not fishy enough)- you get the picture. There are plenty of apps and cheese is well represented. The salads are perfect in any season- lots of greens, great seasonings, varied garnishes. Companion loved the kale caesar- I thought too fishy, but I'm not an anchovy fan. Beet salad great- I've ordered it and loved it each time. Main courses are inventively seasoned with fun side dishes- rabbit with side of ragu. Desserts are a 'usual portion'- probably small compared with the usual chain dessert- but the flavor goes on for days. (Peanut butter pie had companions sighing; the vegan rice pudding didn't have enough raisins for me.) The bar drinks were good- as reported by my companions. Brunch is super- lots of egg dishes as well as vegan offerings; cinnamon buns puffy, sticky, and large. Service has always been consistent and attentive; servers always begin by soliciting feedback for the course of our meal. Prices are higher than chain/non-local food ingredients; you get what you pay for. All in all, this is the authentic Farm-to-Table that grows what they serve and partner with West Michigan farms to provide what's in season. Always worth a visit. Not to everyone's liking, but not everyone likes to pay for local/seasonal fare.
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