Last night Dana and I ate dinner at Mill Valley Kitchen in St.Louis Park. They offer Northern Californian cuisine and use fresh, local, and sustainably sourced ingredients to create their menu. I was looking for a restaurant with a nice atmosphere, with healthy and delicious food that wouldn’t throw my GI system off. Luckily, Mill Valley Kitchen had just what I was looking for.
I started dinner off with their raspberry lemonade from the natural refreshments menu and Dana ordered a glass of Cabernet Sauvignon.
I drank the whole thing and even ate the mint. Is that weird? Does anybody else do that?
For dinner we both ordered the Nantucket Day Boat Scallops…
They tasted as good as they looked. Cooked to perfection.
We also got a side of Sesame Carrots….insanely delicious. I WILL be making these at home.
and Brussels Sprouts with Lemon.
It was a lot of food and I was so happy to have had so many leftovers to take home with me for the next day because everything tasted so good! The food was cooked simply and with such fresh and flavorful ingredients. It’s exactly how I like to cook at home! The nutrition facts are listed on their menu and they have clearly marked gluten-free options too. I like that I could leave the restaurant feeling good about what I ate.
I would recommend Mill Valley Kitchen to anyone looking for a healthy and comfortable dining experience.
Since we were all dressed up from dinner, I took the opportunity to get a family photo once we got home. 🙂
The rest of the evening was spent with Moose. We went for a walk and then sat out on the back patio. The weather was absolutely perfect last night. It was the perfect way to end the night.