Mr. W and I discovered the coolest restaurant yesterday. S.Pellegrino water was sponsoring a prix-fixe menu with a lot of upscale restaurants, and I made reservations at a chic global fusion place called AIRe Global. It’s located in Costa Mesa, deeply and invisibly embedded in a plaza called The Camp on the corner of Bristol St. and Baker St.. The food is ama-a-a-a-zing. Alcohol is a bit pricey at $15+ per drink, but the food is a steal for the quality and presentation. We had melt-in-your-mouth tataki tacos (3 each of miniature flour hard-shell tacos filled with guacamole mousse and diced raw albacore tuna and ahi tuna) and a refreshing heirloom tomato salad (3 types of tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, lemon olive oil dressing, and some sort of a Japanese greens leaf that’s a cross between basil and mint) as appetizers, followed by entrees of sliced prime angus filet and Chilean seabass, then finished off with a Japanese donut-like dessert and a yogurt dessert. *drool* $35 a person. Unfortunately, yesterday was the last day for their prix-fixe faire, so you’ll have to pay full price. But lemme tell you, if you’re a food connosieur, it’s well worth it.