Sunday, April 4, 2010

In New York At Marea Restaurant

I began with ricci, simply sea urchin, topped with lardo and sea salt. The creamy urchin roe, fragrant with the smell of the sea, a mild iodine aroma, went so well together with the fat of the lardo.

The next dish was a crudo of fluke on a bed of a thin slice of lemon on a disk of cucumber, topped with a bit of thyme and Ligurian olive oil.

The following course was a very rich fusilli pasta with a sauce of tomato and bone marrow, with wine braised octopus. A wonderfully satisfying dish.

Dessert followed, layers of dark chocolate icing, dark chocolate ganache, pistachio cake, with sugar coated pistachios, pistachio ice cream and some yuzu compote.

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