arth, land, terrain; the name 'Terreno' itself clearly sums up what Chef Shin Seung-hwan aims to deliver on a plate - the flavors that Mother Nature intended. In fact, he personally grows and harvests many of the herbs and vegetables he uses in his dishes. Shin's menu is also a reflection of all the years he spent living and traveling abroad, honing his skills and exposing his taste buds to world cuisines. Recommended dishes include the lobster paella and bacalao.
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