I asked if they could provide a copy of what I was to have and the wines, and the person serving me said, sure thing. Well, they reneged. I got nothing at the end. Hmmm...#10 to #22? Something is happening, and it's not good. Thus, the best I can do is show you what I had.
This dish had you placing these items unto the toasted seaweed, except that the seaweed toast was too large and it was hard to eat.
The abalone in seaweed soup was quite good. Somehow, Junsik was able to coax that half-dried quality into the taste...only a tad, but better than anywhere else.
Also, too, the octopus had that half-dried taste and was excellent.
This was supposed to be the highlight lobster dish, but, as I'm allergic to this crustacean, they replaced it with a nothing swordfish combo, which was a real disappointment.
The crispy skin red snapper might have been the highlight delight, with an arugula-like vegetable with a kim chee essence.
The Korean wagyu in kalbi style was okay, but nothing close to Japanese beef. Note across the way that lady.
She had nothing alcoholic and kept looking at two smartphones, but this is the kind of fantasy that sometimes escalates into something. The sherbert and dessert were excellent, with a cappuccino.
The price was just about half that of Pierre Gagnaire, but, frankly, I might never come back.
Out of nowhere, there is now a 135 MPH Hurricane Seymour in the East Pacific: