My husband and I visited Burlington, VT this week, and upon recommendation from a local friend, made the short (12 miles?) drive to Richmond for dinner at the excellent Kitchen Table restaurant.
The restaurant is located in a restored roadside home distinguished by the unusual, multi-color pattern running through its historic brick facade. Once inside, we were warmly greeted by the host and our waitress, the latter of whom attended us with perfect timing and grace throughout our stay.
On to the meal. The local and seasonally-inspired menu was diverse and imaginative. We began with a brightly flavored, velvety pea soup which had the added plus of NOT being creamed-based (therefore not too heavy or filling). Hubby's entrée was one of two evening specials, a tender and moist swordfish on shitake risotto that looked appetizing even to me, a 20-year vegetarian. My meal was completely customized by the chef based on my diet and flavor preferences. I've included a photo, and the sun shining in from our lovely window seat might as well have been radiating from my plate, because that is how heavenly it was! In fact, even after eating it and the large bowl of the aforementioned soup, the lightness of it all left me able to savor a few bites of a positively black little wedge of choco cake topped with a petite scoop of homemade vanilla cherry ice cream.
This is an excellent place for a special celebration. Hope you enjoy as much as we did.
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