Le Bernardin is one for the record books. Our smoked salmon amuse-bouche was a great way to start off an excellent meal. Although my first course wasn't too good (sea urchin and bone marrow) it was probably too courageous to try two things whose textures I don't agree with very well. However, the star course more than made up for this, the blackened sea bass. It had just the right amount of crispy skin and decadent meat with a citrusy broth that was too good to be true! Definitely the best piece of fish I have ever had. I will no doubt return to this fine seafood establishment.