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2008_06_lamar.jpgOn Friday, we took a long look at the early plywood developments at Gaston Acurio's La Mar Cebicheria Peruana, but those interested in the culinary side of the operation should check out former LAT writer Barbara Hanson's experience at one of Acurio's South American machines: " four-hour tasting lunch was brilliant. Course after course of exquisite seafood. Peruvian standards such as tiradito, ceviche and causa rethought with Acurio's vision. Wines matched to each course from a selection of 360 labels, large enough to require two sommeliers.... Personally, I wish La Mar were coming to Los Angeles. After one taste of Acurio's food, I want more, much more." [Table Convo]

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