Chef Jay Lacuesta must have been channeling his inner Henry David Thoreau when he created a unique starter plate to share. If you want to "live deep and suck all the marrow out of life" you better get over to Twenty Eight Restaurant in Irvine and order the Uni & Bone Marrow Toast.


 It's a whole new take of surf and turf when you spoon out the marrow and blend it on top of the Santa Barbara Uni and toasted country loaf, garnished with micro greens.

Chef Lacuesta's goal is to make the menu approachable and fun by presenting familiar tastes in unique ways. Chef has a solid win with his new menu.

Lacuesta has debuted other standout dishes, including a 24-ounce Kurobuta pork shoulder and a 40-ounce, dry-aged, bone-in rib-eye. Some of the larger plates are served family-style for sharing, so gather your co-workers, family and friends for a taste experience you'll truly enjoy.