And if you do, what's the appeal?
I recently had a deconstructed mole dish. The mole sauce was deconstructed, supposedly, into its component parts -- little pools of red, green, yellow and black puddles -- that are meant to be mixed together.
Now, the dish made for interesting visual appeal, but I was sort of ambivalent about the actual taste appeal of the dish -- or even the idea behind it.
What is it about deconstructing the dish and then asking the diner to, for lack of a better word, reconstruct it that makes a particular dish better or more appealing than just serving the dish without first deconstructing it?