I am curious how others would respond to this recipe. We went to dinner last night at a Greek restaurant, where I ordered the grilled halibut. I asked for sauce on the side. The delicious fresh halibut was seasoned with cayenne pepper (quite generously), white pepper, oregano, garlic, and lemon. All I could taste was the cayenne and white peppers. In fact, my mouth was burning. The fish was seasoned unevenly too - so some parts were more seasoned than others. The lovely fish was so overpowered. I was quite surprised by this recipe (and frankly disappointed).
I couldn't eat it. The restaurant didn't want to take it off the check. They could prepare a fresh unseasoned piece for me but wanted to charge me for a full, second dinner, with all the sides.
I'd already had lots of appetizers and two glasses of wine, so I said no thanks. Seemed a bit unfair to me.
I would have appreciated being told when I ordered that the grilled halibut was seasoned in that unexpected way (unexpected by me at least!)