10.9.2013 - I had the 3 course Tasting Menu. My fiancee splurged on the 5 course chef's selection with wine pairing.
My appetizer was grilled wild Spanish Octopus with Korean BBQ flavor. It was a tad too peppery for me. My main course was Roasted Duck Breast with wild rice, in a bed of Farro topped with pea shoots, chopped pecan and cherry relish. It was good. The duck was a tad salty to my liking though.
My fiancee had wild Fiji raw Albacore Tuna for appetizer. It was very delicate. His seared Main scallops garnished with Spanish chorizo and braised leeks was absolutely delicious. I couldn't stop "sampling" it. His Pork Belly "Teriyaki on crispy rice cake garnished with braised scallions and pickled apples was melt-in-the-mouth tender and flavorful. His main course was beef cured for 8 days? I took a bite just to taste, (not a big beef fan) but surprisingly impressed - it was wonderful, smoky crust on the outside, tender and juicy inside.
The final tab: $165.95 not including tips - pricey but it was for fine food, with attentive service and beautiful decor. Our server, Robert was very polished and articulate.
Bashan go all out elaborate in their food presentation - most courses come with fresh napkins on the charger. Check out my photos. Thumbs up to Bashan - 6 years now and going strong!
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