Kanella has a 4-course $60 option for vegetarians:
Saganaki: Fried Cheese with ouzo, lemon, fennel salad and rustic bread
Tabuleh: Lebanese salad of parsley, tomatoes, mint, onion and bulgur wheat
Horiatiki: Village salad of chopped vegetables
Lahanodolmades: Cabbage leaves stuffed with rice, sultanas, pine nutes, feta and dill – braised in tomato sauce and garnished with Greek yogurt
Warm open apple tart served with vanilla cream and fresh caramel
Honey glazed poached pear with honey and thyme icecream
Chocolate marquise served with hazlenut icecream and chocolate sauce
Ekta’s upstairs dining room is now open. The fire-tongue that Indian gives you is always romantic.
Thoreau will be serving Valentine’s dinner.
And, what really matters, the chocolate nutmeg pots de creme from Vegetarian Times are smooth, light, and he begged me to make them again.