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Restaurant offers two set menus (5 or 9 course), unless you’re seated at the bar. We did the 9 course, which was a lot of food, and were very impressed with each course. If you enjoy wine, the wine pairing is great. The wines are...More
Carrot sliders (and I hate carrots!) were delicious, creative and expertly executed. Mushroom pate was as good as a foie gras and the dessert just completely wowed me. A mushroom-based chocolate mousse shaped in a standing mushroom! I kept looking and tasting for mushroom but...More
This is one of the greatest restaurant experiences I have ever had! Fine dining vegetarian is hard to find, but I am so happy we did. We had the nine course meal with wine pairing, and were just awed by both the the wonderful tastes,...More
We are neither vegan nor vegetarian but we were enticed by an article I read once and it was a great experience save for one weird thing I might as well mention up front. We were about 15+ mins early for our booking so we...More
Delicious food, terrific service and ambiance, heaven for vegetarians. The only part we didn’t like was the deserts - too creative, too weird. We were left with mushroom aftertaste. Still, very much worth the experience.
Our party of 3 arrived at 12:00 for the Sunday Brunch (we made reservations weeks in advance) and were delighted from the start. The wait staff was courteous, knowledgeable and unobtrusive. The Brunch offered a choice of coffee/tea, a cocktail, a pastry and an entree....More
My wife surprised me with a visit to Dirt Candy Thanksgiving Weekend 2018. I had no expectations and was wowed by the dining experience. We both chose the larger set menu then spent two hours slowly enjoying every bite of our nine course dinner. They...More
Bursting with an amazing array of sights, sounds, and smells on every block, a visit to Chinatown feels like entering a different world. It’s a colorful spectacle that gets even more crowded on weekends, when families stream in to enjoy huge dim sum feasts and to stock up at the markets on Mott Street. To take a break from the buzz, grab something sweet from one of the many bakeries in the area and head to Columbus Park, where
many Chinatown residents exercise, play games, and chat the day away.
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Fair question, and something that the management does take into consideration. The new menu is designed to give you a mix of options that everyone can try and share. Both trips to Dirt Candy, we were concerned that we would... More
Fair question, and something that the management does take into consideration. The new menu is designed to give you a mix of options that everyone can try and share. Both trips to Dirt Candy, we were concerned that we would not feel full after the meal, however, keep in mind that the dishes contain oils and many contain dairy, meaning that you will feel satiated. And if you still feel like you need more, there are dozens of restaurants in the area where you can grab apps and snacks.