The answer is... Dickey's Barbeque Pit.
Ha, ew. (Although the aforementioned is allegedly a real, non-imaginary restaurant in Eden Prairie.) The answer is Kona.
11997 Singletree Ln
Eden Prairie, MN 55344
Forget the trendy mood-lighting, cruise ship ambience, and fancy meat. Kona is special because it's got a vegan/vegetarian/gluten-free menu. Just request one from your server when you sit down, throw the V-word in your order, and you'll be all set.
If you're interested in edamame, you'll face a difficult decision. Do you want traditional or angry style? Traditional is $4.50, angry is a buck more. All I can tell you is... listen to your heart.
Talia got a Vegetarian Roll with asparagus, avocado, cucumber, sprouts, and yamagobo (pickled burdock root, as if I know what that is) for $6.25. It was super fresh, right down to the just-made rice. Delish.
It came with more than 2 pieces, don't worry.
Then I got this awesome thing. OMG. It was incredible. Look.
Pan-Asian Noodles: udon, tofu, veggies, and black bean garlic sauce. Oh, it was so good! The sauce had a kick to it, the noodles were perfect, the vegetables were crisp and wonderful. Flavor abounds. The tofu tasted amazing, what with all the spices encrusted into the breading.
I ate the whole thing! As this is unusual for me, Mom called me a pig. Then I think she called me skinny. I felt honored. I love you too, Mom.