42 grams, which I went to recently, is a small BYOB (18 seats total) with a tasting menu with two seatings a night. The first seating is at the Chef's Counter, which overlooks the open kitchen and has eight seats. The second seating is at a communal table seating 10.
Mangalica, a Hungarian Pig sent to be finished in Spain like Spanish Iberico served with very fresh Cheese, Flax Crisp, and Siberian Pineapple Jam. We were given a spoon to eat this with and instructed to spoon the very soft cheese with some ham onto the flax crisp and eat it like cheese and crackers. The crisp was very delicate, so the operation was to break off a piece of the crisp, spoon the cheese and ham with some jam onto the crisp and bite carefully to prevent it from shattering. The cheese was very soft and tart, the ham was tender and flavorful, and the crisp was delicate. It was fantastic in it's simplicity.
Calamansi Juice. Because the shell was so thin and delicate, we were instructed to have it completely in our mouth before biting down because it would shatter and make a mess for the diners if they did not. Despite having said this, there were still some people that kept their moth open or tried to bite into it and had the sour juice dribble down their lips.