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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Restaurant du Soleil Restaurant Review: Following a shaky start and high expectations, the Conrad's Restaurant du Soleil is making a name for itself in service and cuisine. The charm and graciousness is there without stuffiness, enabling diners to unwind at breakfast, lunch or dinner. The club buffet at lunchtime, with an optional trip to the raw bar, has become a draw with hotel guests and downtown workers. While buffet items change daily, it's the European-style meats and cheeses that guests want for their designer sandwiches. The raw bar also is a starter with dinner guests or those dropping by for a glass of wine and a snack before the symphony. The short dinner menu is long on first-rate offerings prepared with locally produced ingredients. Order à la carte or select the three-course prix-fixe menu that gives a choice of appetizers, entrées and house-prepared desserts. Although the selections change often you can hope that the ahi is on the menu; grilled just enough to remove the chill, the petite medallions are accompanied by a mushroom salad. If your desire is for local flavor, the glazed pork chops with cauliflower cream will confirm why pork is a tradition in the Hoosier state.