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As the signature culinary experience within The American Club and Kohler Resort, The Immigrant Restaurant aims to please you no matter what your age or dietary restriction might be. The à la carte menu designates low-calorie options with an SPA logo, and low-carb selections are noted with an LC.
Although chef Matthew Bauer’s prix-fixe tasting menu and many à la carte options do not accommodate children, vegetarians, vegans, or those with gluten- and lactose-intolerances and food allergies, the restaurant is willing to satisfy any special requests and even tailor a personalized menu of courses to cater to specific tastes and constraints. Because the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant stays consistently busy, we highly recommend that you call at least one week in advance to discuss your preferences, limitations and special dietary. Calling ahead also benefits families with fickle young eaters, as the kitchen can arrange to prepare anything from macaroni and cheese to steak and potatoes with a little extra notice.
If you’re unable to plan ahead, there are several options to suit pescetarians, including the pan-seared Tasmanian king salmon and miso-glazed Hawaiian ono, while vegetarians can indulge in the black truffle and asparagus risotto and the spring radish and mixed greens salad with sheep’s milk cheese. Guests abstaining from gluten can choose from items like the seared ahi tuna niçoise and New England lobster and orange-scented quinoa salad. Like we said, it’s best to let The Immigrant Restaurant know in advance to get the best meal for your dietary restrictions; that way, you’ll be able to fully enjoy what the Four-Star restaurant has to offer.