As a vegetarian, there are some parts of the country where it gets a little tricky to find a restaurant with more than one vegetarian entree (besides salad). And, since vegetables taste better with great herbs and spices, that makes it even trickier. But, on urbanspoon I found recommendations for this little hole in the wall place that got really good reviews by the overwhelming majority of folks who ate there, and since I would be spending a week in a really small town in Minnesota with very limited choices for me, I looked forward to one final good meal for a few days. I was not disappointed. You almost miss the place (the sign is small and overshadowed by a computer store sign) but it is warm and cozy inside. They even plugged in the electric fireplace for me to help me thaw out a bit. The tea is wonderful (black chai with orange and cinnamon I think- I couldn't get a straight answer on the name brand so i think they mix it themselves) and the mung bean appetizer with rito (flatbread) bread was great ( definitely have it with the green chutney- adds a really nice punch but not one that will knock you out. I had the multiple vegetable dish entree with rito (rice would have been equally as nice) and it was delicious! The seasonings had melded well with each other and the veggies and it was really good on the flatbread. The baklava was served warm and was delectable. I must say it was a very tasty and satisfying meal to leave the 'big city' on as I headed to rural America for the week! (they have no alcohol and several of the dishes are halal- fyi)
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