We weren't really sure what to expect, as sometimes teaching facilities are hit and miss. This one nailed it, big time! There were 4 of us, one gluten-free, and we were seated promptly and by "front-of-the-house" students who were bending over backwards to make sure we had everything we wanted. The food was simply wonderful. Truly. The salads came from the kitchen quickly, and were not just beautiful, but delicious. The cold beet salad with pecans, arugula and orange vinaigrette was delightful, as was the Michigan salad, with mixed artisan greens, bacon, dried cherries, and blueberry vinaigrette - light, refreshing, a perfect introduction. The star of the show, however, was definitely the roasted salmon with chili butter, and warm quinoa with pico de gallo. Cooked perfectly, each bite was blissful, with just a hint of heat from the chili on the back of the palate. Really, really outstanding. Well done, students! There's a large monitor where you may clearly watch how the kitchen is working, how your food is being prepared, and the care of preparation the students are learning. Absolutely worth the trip!
There are limited hours during the summer, and I'm not certain what the hours are during the "school" year, so check first if you are going to be in the area. The menu is constantly changing, so check the website for what is current. You will not be disappointed. Extremely reasonable prices for exceptional dishes.
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