Other than the entrée choice, everything else at El Farallon is a prefix menu (they also have a vegetarian prefix menu). The first course was a delicious clam chowder that was the perfect start to the meal. After the soup, we enjoyed a delicious fried calamari as well as a seafood ceviche to cleanse the palate. After the prefix part of the meal, we were served our sea bass, red snapper, and shrimp. Everything was so delicious and the seafood was extremely fresh. We would highly recommend ordering the sea bass!
Our waiter paired our fish with a local Mexican chardonnay that we would highly recommend with the meal. After the main course, we were given a trio of chocolate desserts to end the night.
The cost of this entire experience is not for the faint of heart. With our champagne, cocktails, wine, and entire meal, we paid over $300 USD for the entire epicurean experience.