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Lisa | Dec 8, 2005 05:07 PM

We went for dinner last week and must say this was a close runner up to Joel Robouchon for best meal. In fact, I liked their preparation of tuna tartare better.

There was a complementary starter of carrot ginger soup.

Then we split the tuna tartare. It was a very large portion even for two people. Came in a nice mound with egg on top and little piles of garlic, mint, pine nuts, and sesame oil around the edges. They mixed it all together for us and it came with toast points.

I had the Chilean seabass in a miso glaze with mushroom consumme. It was served on steamed bok choy. Absolutely delicious and again a generous sized portion. I was so full I couldn't even look at the dessert menu.

My dining companion had the surf and turf with steak and lobster. He said it was one of the best steaks he's ever had (way better than the one at Delmonico). It was not inexpensive, but very good food.

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