San Diego's East Village is quickly becoming one of the premier dining destinations in the city, and Table No. 10 may just be the best in show. Heck, based upon our experience, it's one of the top spots in all of America's Finest City. Embracing the historic industrial charm of the area with an exciting bi-level design and complementing the ambiance with elevated culinary techniques and artful presentation, the eatery is as approachable as fine dining can get, offering elegant and beautifully prepared dishes that don't come with a side of pretense.
From the small plates, we began with the torched hamachi ($16), served with house-made sriracha, bonito broth, shaved radish and a shiso-yuzu 'caviar'. The dish was light and playful, a perfect mix of sweetness and spice to start the meal.
TABLE NO. 10
369 10th Ave, East Village
5:30pm to 2am Tuesday through Sunday
Dinner served until 10:00 p.m