Date: 2009-01-21 03:15 am (UTC)
Tasting menus are generally designed to show off lots of stuff, usually at the chef's discretion. Most places I've been to have a preset tasting menu each night, occasionally not - for example, omakase. There's a regular a la carte menu if you want to order specific dishes. Places with fewer courses often have some choices within a given section of the menu, like multiple fish options, meat options, dessert options, etc. Once you get up into the 6-7 course range that generally disappears. Pretty much every place will switch out particular dishes if you can't eat something. [livejournal.com profile] garlikmongere doesn't eat pork, and I've never had a problem eating out with her - sometimes she ends up getting better dishes than I do.
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