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I like Kitchen Table because it's in Richmond, and Richmond is a fun little town to go to, or at any rate, I like Richmond. I like it because it's located in a very old farmhouse. The location isn't awesome, or at least it feels a bit odd because it's close to the highway and right on a main road, but when you're inside you never notice that. Another reason I like Kitchen Table is the food can be very good. I've pretty much always loved my savory dishes there. Very few times I've had less than very very good savory plates. The desserts have been consistently disappointing for me, which is surprising because I think one of the owners is a pastry chef (?) I may be off on that. The owners are in the process of selling the business. Or they are closing it. I'm not sure exactly what's going on. I will miss this restaurant. I didn't go there frequently, but when I did go out was always a special occasion. Always a treat. The room with the bar was my favorite. I've been told that the bar makes/made some fabulous drinks. If you have the time and can get a table before it closes you should definitely pay a visit. The braised meats are especially wonderful.
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Kitchen Table Richmond Vt

I like Kitchen Table because it's in Richmond, and Richmond is a fun little town to go to, or at any rate, I like Richmond.  I like it because it's located in a very old farmhouse.  The location isn't awesome, or at least it feels a bit odd because it's close to the highway and right on a main road, but when you're inside you never notice that.  Another reason I like Kitchen Table is the food can be very good.  I've pretty much always loved my savory dishes there.  Very few times I've had less than very very good savory plates.  The desserts have been consistently disappointing for me, which is surprising because I think one of the owners is a pastry chef (?)  I may be off on that.  The owners are in the process of selling the business.  Or they are closing it.  I'm not sure exactly what's going on.  I will miss this restaurant.  I didn't go there frequently, but when I did go out was always a special occasion.  Always a treat.  The room with the bar was my favorite.  I've been told that the bar makes/made some fabulous drinks.  If you have the time and can get a table before it closes you should definitely pay a visit.  The braised meats are especially wonderful.
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Kitchen Table Richmond Vt

The Kitchen Table Bistro was one of the most amazing meals that we have had in Vermont! Why didn't we think of this earlier? Eating a farm to table meal in Vermont! Which was one of the fine states where farm to table was happening everyday, long before “farm-to-table” ever became a movement! Food. OMG the food! We ordered the candy-striped beet with fried brussel sprouts salad, half of dozen of Malpeque oysters, steak tartare, roasted pork shoulder, apple-cider mussels, and chicken liver pate. The food was so delicious! I would order everything again, except for maybe the pork shoulder. That was a little dry. Location. The Kitchen Table Bistro (KTB) is located right by the highway in Richmond. In the dark, you don't even see the signs, so it looks like you are pulling up to someone's large house. We all asked each other if we were in the right place, but the 20 cars in the parking lot (and Google maps) confirmed that we were. Ambience The restaurant is located on the first floor. The Bistro has 3 small dining rooms and a large area for the bar. The restaurant is so charming, with wooden panels and sturdy wood dining tables and chairs. The waiter was wonderful, so polite and gave great beer recommendations. (Vermont beer is awesome!) Food. My favorites were the oysters and the chicken liver pate. The Malpeque oysters were these cold plump, briny oysters. My brother, who never had a raw oyster said 'That was really good!' Yes! It was amazing! Some of the best oysters that I've ever had. And the homemade champagne-mignonette was perfectly sour-sweet accompaniment. The homemade ketchup was a vinegared ketchup, and very good. I would use the homemade mignonette or eat the oysters on their own. The oysters didn't need any help being delicious. The chicken liver pate was smooth as silk and glided on my tongue. It was perfect with the mustard sauce or by itself. K closed his eyes to enjoy this wonderful mouthful. I wished we ordered two! One for me and one for my dining companions. The candy-striped beet were these perfectly tender roasted sweet white and red striped beet cubes. So good. And the fried brussel sprouts were very addictive. K, me and my brother kept helping ourselves to this dish until it was gone! The unami-sweet steak tartare was bright cherry-red and topped with a sunshine-yellow quail egg. The steak was a coarsely ground and tasted grass fed. It was so good. We all kept scooping the tartare on crispy bbq flavored chips and going 'MMMmmm!' The steak tartare came with a salad. A bonus was K got to try a Vermont delicacy: fiddleheads! And he liked it! The apple-cider mussels were perfectly plump and had the best sauce! We kept dipping the crispy toasted garlic bread into the sweet-savory cheesy sauce. Amazing amazing meal. The only reason that the food wasn't perfectly executed was due to the very dry all-day roasted pork shoulder. The polenta was velvety and the roasted baby turnips were so savory sweet! I was saddened by the dry beautifully rubbed pork. I will definitely be back to sample their ever changing seasonal menu! Thank you Kitchen Table Bistro!
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Kitchen Table Richmond Vt

The Kitchen Table Bistro was one of the most amazing meals that we have had in Vermont! Why didn't we think of this earlier? Eating a farm to table meal in Vermont! Which was one of the fine states where farm to table was happening everyday, long before “farm-to-table” ever became a movement! Food.OMG the food! We ordered the candy-striped beet with fried brussel sprouts salad, half of dozen of Malpeque oysters, steak tartare, roasted pork shoulder, apple-cider mussels, and chicken liver pate. The food was so delicious! I would order everything again, except for maybe the pork shoulder. That was a little dry. Location.The Kitchen Table Bistro (KTB) is located right by the highway in Richmond. In the dark, you don't even see the signs, so it looks like you are pulling up to someone's large house. We all asked each other if we were in the right place, but the 20 cars in the parking lot (and Google maps) confirmed that we were. AmbienceThe restaurant is located on the first floor. The Bistro has 3 small dining rooms and a large area for the bar. The restaurant is so charming, with wooden panels and sturdy wood dining tables and chairs. The waiter was wonderful, so polite and gave great beer recommendations. (Vermont beer is awesome!) Food.My favorites were the oysters and the chicken liver pate.The Malpeque oysters were these cold plump, briny oysters. My brother, who never had a raw oyster said 'That was really good!' Yes! It was amazing! Some of the best oysters that I've ever had. And the homemade champagne-mignonette was perfectly sour-sweet accompaniment. The homemade ketchup was a vinegared ketchup, and very good. I would use the homemade mignonette or eat the oysters on their own. The oysters didn't need any help being delicious. The chicken liver pate was smooth as silk and glided on my tongue. It was perfect with the mustard sauce or by itself. K closed his eyes to enjoy this wonderful mouthful. I wished we ordered two! One for me and one for my dining companions. The candy-striped beet were these perfectly tender roasted sweet white and red striped beet cubes. So good. And the fried brussel sprouts were very addictive. K, me and my brother kept helping ourselves to this dish until it was gone! The unami-sweet steak tartare was bright cherry-red and topped with a sunshine-yellow quail egg. The steak was a coarsely ground and tasted grass fed. It was so good. We all kept scooping the tartare on crispy bbq flavored chips and going 'MMMmmm!' The steak tartare came with a salad. A bonus was K got to try a Vermont delicacy: fiddleheads! And he liked it! The apple-cider mussels were perfectly plump and had the best sauce! We kept dipping the crispy toasted garlic bread into the sweet-savory cheesy sauce. Amazing amazing meal. The only reason that the food wasn't perfectly executed was due to the very dry all-day roasted pork shoulder. The polenta was velvety and the roasted baby turnips were so savory sweet! I was saddened by the dry beautifully rubbed pork.I will definitely be back to sample their ever changing seasonal menu! Thank you Kitchen Table Bistro!

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