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  1. the room has only eight tables and yet i can barely hear hubby. there’s lots of wood and zero sound absorption. i just don’t understand how a three star michelin restaurant doesn’t have carpeting. it’s not like they can’t afford it. may 2017 review at the infatuation june 2018 sf chronicle review oh, but you’re not here to read my rants about the décor. some dishes worked such as dry-aged black cod served with meyer lemon, chard kimchi, preserved persimmon and herb/flower salad and dungeness crab ice cream with caviar, crab chicharrón and crab broth, and others were a complete miss (like a beet ceviche in which the grated root vegetable bordered on acrid due to being overwhelmed by vinegar) and a carrot taco with rutabaga and turnip purée that basically tasted like nothing. a fermented leek tart (leek custard, buckwheat sablèe, leek tempura) doubles as a cheese course and bridges savory and sweet. some of you who are purists might find yourself wishing for plain old cheese instead. i’m glad we went, but i don’t think we’ll be returning anytime soon.
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