0The menu is simple, featuring zhou, a kind of porridge that the Chinese have been eating for thousands of years; and bing, a wheat flour-based flattened bread that's filled with things like pork and...
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$86+ (average dinner bill for 2 excluding alcohol)
Seasonal dining by the Ruins. Catch some Shakespeare then eat some fine fare.
Created to be the culinary expression of this estateâs unalterable vision -- that the touchstone of nourishment is beauty, and of beauty, nourishment -- Palladio has been cited time and again for surpassing all assumptions, with dining of arresting sympathy for the palate, the eye, and the spirit. Northern Italian in inspiration, yet creatively indebted to the most seasonal and local resources of the earth and sea, Palladio offers the handsomest gastronomic redemption there can be, of the promise only the finest food and wine can extend -- recalling one, recurringly, to the beauty of this world.