We then made our way to the back patio to sip 2006 Domaine Seguin Pouilly Fume while the first course was being prepared.
The third course shifted us to Korea with Maeun-tang, a fish and seafood spicy soup with mushrooms. No picture available, unfortunately. The soup was paired with a 2007 Les Champs des Plantes Pouilly Fume and a 2008 Fritsch Windspiel Riesling from Austria.
And last to satisfy our sweet tooth – Chinese inspired Mandarin orange ice cream with sesame brittle.
What an abundance of delicious food and flavors. I had never had a Korean dish before or Thai tea. The wine choices were well thought out, tasty, and refreshing. We took our time with dinner and conversed a great deal (I have to say that discussing the merits of Weird Al Yankovic was a low point, however).
Thank you B and G for a wonderful evening!