In alphabetical order: 1. Adriatica: Orzo and bread salad ($7) with arugula, tomato, feta, and kalamata olives in balsamic reduction. 2. Andaluca: Cabrales-crusted beef tenderloin

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Top 10 plates of 1999

In alphabetical order: 1. Adriatica: Orzo and bread salad ($7) with arugula, tomato, feta, and kalamata olives in balsamic reduction. 2. Andaluca: Cabrales-crusted beef tenderloin ($24.50) with Idiazabal cheese mashed potatoes and grilled pear in Marsala glaze. 3. Boat Street Caf鼯B>: Steamed salmon topped with green cr譥 frae ($13.50). 4. Brasa: Seared foie gras appetizer ($14.95) served with scallop, pear chutney, and peppercorn brioche. 5. Cascadia: The Oregon white truffle, potato, and wild mushroom "Kerry's Designer Soup in a Can" ($10.50). 6. Credenzia: The clam and pork cataplana appetizer ($9). 7. Earth & Ocean: Chilean sea bass in filo ($12) over potato risotto with Proven硬 salpicon and marinated portobello. 8. The Herb Farm: Pan-fried Mediterranean mussels on rosemary skewers with red pepper and garlic flan and a sweet corn sauce (part of a prix fixe dinner). 9. Monsoon: Seared Chilean sea bass in chiles and coriander ($16). 10. Villa Paradiso: Grilled prawns over drizzled greens and a cannellini bean puree ($11.95).

 
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