After almost a decade of research and development, acclaimed German-born chef Guenter Seeger finally opened his eponymous restaurant in New York City earlier this month. Mr. Seeger had made a reputation for himself both in Europe and in Atlanta with his ability to create complex flavors out of just a few ingredients. His food was not always understood by his diners, but there was no doubt as to the talent and ingenuity reflected in each dish. At his new restaurant on Hudson Street, he is serving a prix fixe menu that consists of at least 10 courses, and costs $185; a wine pairing is also available for $130. The menu changes almost every day, based on what is available in the market that particular day.