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Sea stars are more closely linked with sand dollars and sea urchins.
But Kenneth Sze, who now intently oversees the live sea urchins, Wagyu beef, and flaming salmon at his new Tuna Bar in Old City, says he was born to be in the restaurant business.
The first course Adrienne: Spoon bread, sea urchin, buttermilk dashi, ham, caviar and wheat tuile.
Pasta with sea urchin, tomato and grated tuna heart ($24) offers another aspect of this island.
Entrees include a bucatini pasta with Dungeness crab and sea urchin, a sea scallop dish with apple and fennel and pulpo (octopus) with balsamic, fennel, gnocchi and ink.
For this Bay Area decorator, who worked at the Wiseman Group and was a principal for Jay Jeffers prior to venturing out on her own, Mother Nature is also a fount of inspiration, from the shapes of trees to the hues of sea urchins.
Featured dishes are sea urchin with polenta and kelp; kanpachi with radish and citrus pulp; and chocolate cremeux with cocoa soil and mint.
Offerings could include Iberico char siu pork or dumplings with caviar, sea urchin, bay scallop, and trout roe.
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Definition of sea urchin for English Language Learners
: a small sea animal that lives on the ocean floor and is covered in sharp spines
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