We had the pricey ($94) tasting menu that included five fish courses (cold tuna belly, tilefish, halibut, salmon, and rockfish with pork belly) as well as a lavish dessert that included custard, cheesecake, and molten chocolate. Each fish course was perfectly cooked and had an exciting sauce and interesting accompaniments. The lemony sauce with the halibut was the group’s favorite; the jalapeno-laced sauce with the rockfish was too spicy for the ladies. The breads were so good that we asked for another set despite the large amount of food.
Service was excellent. The waiter was attentive, and he had two assistants who brought the courses so all of us were served simultaneously. When he noted that the ladies weren’t enjoying the rockfish, he offered to bring a substitute.
The wine list was very extensive, although I was a little disappointed by the 1er Chablis we had.
The ambience was not perfect. The bare-topped tables are close together and the room was loud. The seats were adequate at first, but seemed hard after 2 ½ hours.
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