So it started as Burlap, and people wither loved or hated it (I think mostly hated it), so now it is Seersucker Del Mar. I personally didn’t hate Burlap, but I did leave after each meal with a significantly lighter pocket but not a very full tummy. And I always liked Seersucker. Any I think Top Chef Brian Malarkey is awfully talented. And I love the food at Seersucker so much more than Burlap.
Since there were three of us, we got to taste a large selection of plates, including the shishito peppers with ponzu sauce, beef tartare, tuna (with charred jalapeno, tomato and wakame), hamachi with capers, lemon and serrano, Malarkey’s signature marrow bone (with onion jam) and duck fat fries.
Would I go back to Seersucker Del Mar – absolutely!
12995 El Camino Real
Del Mar, CA 92130