Possibly my beloved for how it looks and preferences is the “Elephant’s Memory,” a combination of smoky mezcal, earthy turmeric, spicy ginger and bitter lemon topped with an creative swirl of charcoal cappuccino art.
The focused menu has 3 sections, but in reality which is just an artifact of behavior. The total menu is a single that is created around fairly compact plates that concentration on one themes. Selling prices selection from $6 for “Brentwood” street corn on the cob covered in lime aioli and salty cotija cheese, or up to $25 for the most vibrantly coloured ceviche I have ever noticed — comprehensive of Gulf shrimp, blue crab and other seafoods in a slurry of pureed yellow tomatoes, creamy chunks of avocado and crispy cucumber.
For $22 there’s a bowl of crunchy-chewy corn chips and whipped avocado that serves as a reinvention of guacamole, topped with roasted seeds, nuts, savory goat cheese and sprinkled with a confection of vibrant edible bouquets. An aguachile involves a slender layer of Baja kampachi, sliced cucumbers, mint and serrano chilies that is vibrant and clean ($20), albeit much more of a taste than a food. The queso, produced making use of Cowgirl Creamery Mount Tam triple cream cheese, offers a gooey Napa Valley consider on a Mexican typical.
The taco alternatives involve a local beloved, the Sol First ($16) — two chewy comfortable tortillas filled with crispy-fried petrale sole, sweet and bitter cabbage, and moderate aioli. Two need to-attempts from this portion of the menu include things like the duck-mole tacos (stuffed with Liberty Farm’s duck gradual-cooked confit) with nutty, cocoa-infused mole sauce, pickled onions and sesame seeds ($18) and the al pastor, with Niman Ranch spit-roasted pork, guajillo chili marinade and charred pineapple ($15).