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Vegetarian Tasting Menu
Gwen Ashley Walters
March, 2013, Page 138
Photo by David Moore
Put this baby on your bucket list: a five-, six-, or seven-course vegetarian tasting menu created just for you that will blow you away. Carnivores got nothing over vegetarians at Posh, Arizona’s signature “improvisational” restaurant. Dazzling diners is chef/owner Joshua Hebert’s forte, whether they crave foie gras or dirt candy. Hebert cooks with the seasons, and since he creates different dishes based on guests’ requests, you never know what might end up on the plate.
Hebert, who once lived in Japan, often puts an Asian spin on his nouvelle American cuisine, so he might construct an artist’s palette of sake-braised endive with sweet, roasted lychees; cubes of glistening golden beets topped with gossamer slivers of white truffle; quenelles of creamy coconut milk “ricotta”; and baubles of tart cranberry gelee. He might craft an earthy, spicy, attention-grabbing plate starring tongue-tingling house-made kimchee hidden beneath bright green beans; braised baby turnips draped in lemongrass foam; and roasted Japanese eggplant topped with sesame, pickled ginger and yuzu-marinated soybeans – all accented with swirls of shockingly yellow butternut and sunchoke puree.
Let’s say you don’t like turnips. Or eggplant. No problem: The menu has a space to list your least favorite veggies. But we’re willing to bet that even if you don’t like a particular vegetable, Hebert can change your mind. Posh is all about taking your palate for a joy ride. Just hang on and go.
The five-course tasting menu starts at $60.
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