Two well known Japanese chain restaurants open their doors in LA for the first time, via LA Times.
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Food and art have a very interesting relationship; many restaurants are known for their art and some are rated for it, via WSJ.
This review can’t begin without the kind of disclosure that reveals even more than I know to reveal. Kitchen Confidential annoyed me when I read it. I was grudging. The guy could write—this fucking hack cook. Annoying. He could really write. Not only was I jealous, but I also saw it as a danger. This guy was so compelling, so romantic in his portrayal of cooks, I worried for all the young cooks about to move into this world. There couldn’t possibly be a worse role model for young chefs than the author of Kitchen Confidential, and yet the hordes were following this piper gleefully and indiscriminately (would they too like to be selling their old paperbacks at 95th and Broadway in winter for heroin money?). Also his book was more successful by far than Read On »