Today I came across a review of Chachama Grill by Joanne Starkey from a few years back. She also has high praise for the restaurant, but seems to like it a little better than I do.
Where we have, apparently, a great divide in opinion is our view of the desserts. I was dumbfounded by this quote:
Dessert was the equal of any other course. My favorite was the chocolate mousse: not airy nor pudding-like but three dense, delicious scoops served in a martini glass.
I guess the mousse hasn't changed since then. But she liked the mousse dense? Gee, and here I was thinking the point of a mousse was, in fact, to have an airy texture. I guess I've spent all those hours whipping egg whites and heavy cream for nothing.