The West Mountain Inn in Arlington, Vermont, serves absolutely delectable food on pretty Homer Laughlin "Seville" china.
The chef, Jeff Scott, got an A+++ from this guest! There wasn't a single thing I didn't love.
Everything is prepared with fresh, local and organic ingredients.
Mr. Scott sure does his alma mater, Johnson and Wales University in Rhode Island, proud with his gourmet meals.
The wood paneled dining room has green and white checked tablecloths with white cloths on top.
Writing will be limited in this post so you can enjoy the photos.
For an appetizer, I had absolutely delectable scallops with a maple sauce that had pieces of bacon in it.
Hubs had a mushroom with beets and chevre appetizer.
Our salads had a delicious maple dressing, too. How could it be otherwise? We were in Vermont!
Tiny servings of lemon sorbet helped cleanse the palate.
Hubs had a tasty pork dish.
I had chicken and artichokes served with melted brie cheese, glazed carrots, broccoli and potatoes.
One dessert served was peach and blueberry pie.
Also, a decadent peanut butter and chocolate tart.
It would be impossible to have dinners like this very often but once in awhile, while on an escape from reality, they are pretty special.
Want to see what's served for breakfast at the West Mountain Inn? Stay tuned for, yup, another post on another day this week!
p.s. Just want to note that no compensation of any kind was given for this post on the inn nor do I have any connection except for being a happy former guest!
WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE DISH TO ORDER WHEN YOU ARE OUT TO DINNER?