The service is great even during peak hours. The wait staff appears to work well together. If you arrive early I would recommend sitting in the lounge/bar for a snack or some interesting drinks. Try the frickles! The fried sour pickles are delicious.
The tasting menu is a great option for exploring a wide variety of items on the menu. A wine pairing is offered with the tasting menu as is a beer pairing (if you ask for it).
Recently had dinner and had the tasting menu consisting of the following:
Salmon Tartar on baguette. Fresh but nothing unique. A good starter
Baby beet salad with goat cheese, arugula, fennel and walnut vinaigrette. The sweet yellow beets were a great contrast to the semi-bitter red beets
Seared Maryland Fluke with roasted eggplant, savoy spinach, yogurt and sour citronette. The fluke had little flavor but the dish was lifted by the citronette.
Beef flat iron with baked crespelle, swiss chard, maitake mushroom and truffle. The steak was tender and the mushrooms were very flavorful
Ricotta-poppy seed fritters with buttermilk sorbet, lemon curd, micro basil and toasted “fluff”. This should illegal it is so good. The fritters are crisp on the outside and tender and moist on the inside.
The four course tasting menu is $60, $88 with wine pairings (ask for beer pairing).
Parking can be an issue (as for all the restaurants in the area). We will return on a regular basis as Vermillion deserves all of the praise it receives.
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