Millenium Round 2 in San Francisco, California

Well, Ben and I finally made it back to Millennium for the second time after having tried restaurants of a similar par in New York (Pure and Candle 79) aaaaaand we still like it! Still love it, actually. This time we decided to splurge on the 5 course chef’s tasting menu ($72/person) AND opted to do the wine pairing (an additional $28/person) since we had such a good experience with the tasting menu at Pure. I would definitely recommend the tasting menu and I think it’s well worth the money. It’s nice to go and pick what you want from the menu and get a big portion of it, but it’s also super fun to get to try a bunch of different things, be surprised, and make a whole experience out of it. As far as the wine pairing goes, I wasn’t blown away by it since I’m not a huge wine fan or connoisseur–but Ben thought that it improved his taste buds and all that so he really enjoyed it.

Anyway, here’s what we ate! I tried to get descriptions of some things from their website but their menu changes so much I couldn’t find everything.

Whole wheat bread with a garbanzo bean and thyme spread
Black Bean Torte
whole wheat tortilla, caramelized plantains, smoky black bean puree, pumpkin-habanero papazul,
cashew “sour cream”, cara cara salad
Crusted Oyster Mushrooms
rice flour and coriander seed dredge, radish salad with kaffir lime
and pickled ginger vinaigrette
Some kind of salad with asparagus and sunflower seed sprouts
Millys Wilted Spinach and Bitter Greens Salad
heirloom apples, smoked tofu, ume marinated red cabbage, red onions,
ginger-red miso vinaigrette, sesame-chile Togarashi
Some kind of curry with sauteed bok choy and other vegetables including mushrooms, toasted edamame, broiled tofu
Pumpkin Seed and Cornmeal Crusted Portobello Mushroom
masa arepa, yellow eye bean and corn hominy stew with coconut
and aji chile, sauteed greens, nopales and Cara Cara orange ceviche with
avocado, chimichurri sauce
Maple-Black Pepper Glazed Smoked Tempeh
olive oil mashed potatoes with horseradish, sauteed spring onion,
asparagus and baby carrots, dijon-dill cashew cream, grilled lemon,
parsley and radish salad
After dinner coffee

Chocolate Almond Midnight
almond cashew crust, mocha chocolate filling, raspberry sauce, white chocolate mousse
Sweet Ending
assorted house-made cookies and truffles
Tropical Crème Brûlée
pineapple crème brûlée, macadamia nuts, and other stuff…
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