during my first visit to moscow, idaho, i was resigning myself to a week of meat and potatoes or variations thereof, when lo and behold, like a light from the firmaments above sangria grill came upon my radar. i am an aspiring vegan, black female, over 50, have traveled all over the world and eaten some of the finest cuisine. plus i love to cook at home and often compare what i eat in a restaurant to what i can pull off at home. was dining alone this time and just wanted a nice quiet corner to eat a couple of vegan appetizers, have a glass of wine (or 2) and read my book. i had not made reservations, just walked in right at 4:30 - their opening time.
ambience: welcoming, warmly enthusiastic from the hostess to the bartender to the chef.
wine list: extensive, varied and upscale. i had a nice tempranillo. and then a caipirinha with no ice. perfect.
music: nonintrusive, refined. quiet!
lighting: subdued, relaxing, lots of big windows letting in a filtered sunset.
menu: not as many vegetable offerings as i would have wanted, but the ones they DID have: oh boy! imaginative, spicy and a joy for my taste buds! i had the Peruvian spring rolls and the crunchy spinach salad. both were excellent and generous portions. spring rolls were so good, i asked for some to go so i could eat them later that night.
was sorry i had only one chance to enjoy eating there. will definitely go back upon my return.
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