April 2nd, 2004


Yummy Dinner

Tuesday was a Mad Dinner of Decadence with justom (I should help people move more often when it turns into dinner!) Evoo advertises a seven-course tasting menu, which actually turned out to be nine things (I'm not sure which ones didn't count). Very good food, pleasant company, altogether a nice way to spend, hmm, it must have been close to four hours for dinner. Tasting menus do feel too luxurious to do very often, but they're a lot of fun.

"Hah, I'm going to go home and claim to Jerry I was on a date."
"It's people like you who are destroying the institution of marriage."
Solidarity for me with the gay marriage cause! Woo!

My original experience with evoo, many years ago, was "interesting tastes, which do not always go well together" - they seem to have grown up into interesting tastes which do go well together, which is much better. They still have hints of split personality, between Asian and Mediterranean, but any given dish manages to stay pretty coherent.

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