I have never seen so artfully prepared vegetable dishes. I am a life long omnivore who often dodged vegetables in the past because they were flavorless, overcooked replicas of what would come out of my garden. But I was truly amazed at the artistry of making vegetables taste as good as a meat dish. I'm not only complimenting th flavor profiles which were nuanced and unique, but the sculpting and colors made you forget that there was no meat or fish in the preparations. I had the Spicy Cha Cha which were "shrimp" shaped crescents of white yam, breaded and fried, and mixed with stir fried onions, celery, peppers, and a flavor filled sauce. The texture was firm like shrimp when I bit into one. But the true marvel was the thin orange colored layer surrounding the white "flesh", just under the breading. It was as if the preparer was trying to make "imitation" shrimp as close to the original as possible. I hate to call this "imitation" shrimp. There were no shortcuts or lazy preparation here. It was better than some shrimp that I've had. My wife is a vegan, so having alternatives to most restaurants while on vacation is quite a luxury. But honestly, all of the vegetarian/vegan restaurants we visited in CT, NY, MA, RI, and vacation destinations on the east and west coasts haven't come as close to converting this omnivore to eliminating meat from his diet. Loving Hut makes me pause and start to believe that a good meal of vegetables can be as good alone without the meat or fish.
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