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Wiltshire on Market Restaurant Review: One of the first restaurants to move into the now-trendy NuLu art gallery and restaurant district, Wiltshire on Market has expanded service from three to four days a week. The tiny dining room has only a handful of rustic wooden tables, so booking ahead is a must. There's nothing rustic about the menu, however, which changes each week based on availability of the mostly locally sourced ingredients. Start with the weekly charcuterie or cheese boards. A ceviche is often offered, too. Sharable dishes to sample between starters and entrées may include a flatbread pizza or steamed mussels prepared in a variety of broths. Entrées have offered a Kentucky bison hanger steak and smoked pork loin with seasonal braised greens. Vegetarians will be pleased with savory main plates built around chickpeas or other legumes and a bounty of vegetables. Among sweet endings, there could be fresh fruit cobblers and a dense bourbon espresso brownie. The short but notable wine list features moderately priced bottles chosen to bring out the flavors on the plates.