Saturday, April 10, 2010

L'Espalier Powerlunch Goes Vegan

Last Friday that Harvard Culinary Society organized a trip to one of Boston's finest restaurants L'Espalier for a mid-day power lunch. At only $24 a person, it was a deal that could not be beaten (want to take a girl on an impressive date? Try a fine dining restaurant for a weekday lunch; the deals are great and the service and food is still amazing).

The best part about going to a restaurant like L'Espalier, even with a meat-heavy prix fixe menu, is that they are usually always accommodating to special diets (you should call ahead of time to be sure).

The food was amazing, the service very fantastic, and all in a beautiful setting. I've attach some of the photos before of the special vegan lunch they prepared for me:

Curly endives with roasted red onions and a mustard vinaigrette dressing

Kale, red peppers, grated carrots stir-fried in spicy soy sauce topped with a grapefruit slice

Caramelized banana slices, fresh apple & tangerine slices, and blackberry sorbet with grapefruit and blood orange sauce

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