Mosu has arrived, the hotly-anticipated, fine dining, tasting menu-only restaurant from The French Laundry and Benu alum chef Sung Anh. The food, which Anh describes as "contemporary American, but very heavy Asian flavors, especially Chinese, Japanese and Korean," is an ambitious $195-per-person 12-course menu with esoteric dishes like sea moss and foie gras soup, which you can see in full here.
Anh designed the interior himself, with input from family and friends, and the result is a streamlined, unadorned space with a lot of blank space and cement. Nothing hangs on the walls surrounding the dark walnut wood tables and 18 gunmetal leather chairs spread across two floors, which are spaced to give guests maximum privacy. Open Tuesday through Saturday from 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., Mosu is now open and taking reservations here.