Sarellos is off the beaten trail and well worth the trip. We arrived at a typical North Dakota time of 6 pm -- one other family was there. By the time we left at 7:45, the place was filling up and a wine tasting had started in the private dining area. Our table of four (two adults, two teens) really enjoyed the Italian sausage and peppers as an appetizers, could have had two of these. The lobster ravioli was to die for, everyone tried and loved it. We also had the pork chop scaloppine at our table and not a drop was left on that plate. The bowtie provencale is a large serving, far more than could be finished at the table. Would have enjoyed a bit more of the lemon aioli on the walleye and missed a warm starch with it (served with chilled orzo salad). Perhaps our North Dakota meat and potato mentality is showing through? Desserts: oh yeh. We had three specialty desserts and we loved the chocolate mousse, loved the fruit tart with gelato and practically licked the plate for the pumpkin cheesecake.
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