Name: The Spice
Genre: French Fusion
Price Range: 36,000 – 80,000 KRW
Our Menu: 2 Prestige Courses (Lunch)
Total: 70,000 ish KRW
Memorable Item(s): The meal?
D: Sweetie, I have to tell you something. I mean, I don’t even know how to organize my thoughts. I mean, It just kind of happened. And, it’s been so long- do I even have to tell you about it? I know we have a full disclosure policy, so… here it goes. I went to The Spice without you. Okay, I spit it out. Not that I wanted to. I mean, it was SO good! Claire and I had such a wonderful time. There. I said it. And with that disclosure policy, I’ll have to show you some pictures.
Here’s the bread. Just as you remember it, probably.
This is the appetizer I got. I couldn’t have the Caprese that was supposed to have come out instead, so I asked for the salmon substitution. They were quite nice about it, actually. It wasn’t the best salmon I ever had… but the Mascarpone mousse was .. yum. Claire stuck with the Caprese salad, so I photographed it for you.
Doesn’t it look really good? I was definitely jealous- but you already know about my intolerance to tomatoes. So I stuck with the milder and less acidic things. Like their sweet potato bisque.
It was quite soothing. Creamy. Soft. Comforting and warm. Which was followed by a fish that was perfectly cooked.
There’s all that espuma that he likes to work with. But… that’s fine. Necessary distractions. Unlike…
I mean… what the hell was the pastry chef thinking?! This looks like an obstacle course for a family of ants! But… the chocolate.. sour cherries and raspberry jellies were flavorfully well combined. Looks can deceive. Quite well.
I didn’t have the heart to rate the place without you…양심은그레도나마있읍니다! so I snapped a shot of the tea we had instead.
I hope you’re not too angry about all of this.
But, all I have to say? A girl’s gotta eat, even when her man is 6K miles away!