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Seabar is Still Serving Top Notch Food
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Seabar is Still Serving Top Notch Food

Seabar is still primarily a sushi restaurant and while we went crazy on raw fish on our first visit, on this recent trip we decided to order some of their more elaborate/non traditional sushi rolls and try something from the kitchen. We ordered the Miso Caramel Crab Roll (above, $11) and their Lobster Roll ($14). Both were fantastic but for completely opposite reasons. The Lobster Roll had avocado, cucumber and large pieces of lobster in a soy wrap. The flavors in the roll were fresh, clean and light, I probably could have eaten two rolls myself. The Miso Caramel Crab Roll was a different but equally as good experience. This sushi roll is tempura fried and filled with crab, caramel, mushroom and cream cheese topped with a thick caramel sauce. Still warm and with a nice outer crunch from the tempura, the combination of salty caramel sauce and cream cheese was heaven. This is one of Alli’s favorite dishes and it isn’t hard to agree with her. I highly recommend it but you may want to go light on the rest of your meal when you order it.

Since they put in the kitchen and started offering a new menu, I’ve been dying to try Bourdain’s Last Meal (above, $17) . This three course dish is actually an appetizer, offering Pork Belly, Foie Gras Torchon and Bone Marrow on one plate. It was our first time trying bone marrow and while I had only heard great things from my fellow foodie friends, I wasn’t so sure what to expect. It lived up to the hype and was pretty much the best butter I’ve ever had in my entire life. Honestly, that best way to describe it is “meat flavored butter.” The foie gras was rich and creamy, a little too intense for Alli but I gladly devoured the rest.

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