I really enjoyed the Tartara as well. For starters, it was a very prettily composed plate, with the pinkness of the raw beef and the golden egg yolk contrasting nicely with the bright green of the salad bed. While I would have preferred the meat to be a little more finely ground, its quality was still apparent, and the raw quail egg added a richness to the dish that helped tie the beef and the beets together. I gotta say, though, I didn't really taste any of the truffle, which is a shame. Mark also liked both salads, although he noted that the salad accompanying the Tartara was a little too similar to the Insalata del Posto for his liking.