When Dinning Out have ever left it up to the Chef what Food will be Served to you?

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  • When Dinning Out have ever left it up to the Chef what Food will be Served to you?


Answer #1 | 14/12 2013 15:11
nope I'm a very picky eater could take that chance getting served food I don't like
Answer #2 | 14/12 2013 17:00
Yes, in Barcelona, and we got cuddle fish! Yuck, they looked like little round beings with antennae ..all squiggly. We let our friends eat them. They looked awful...I couldn't touch them!
Answer #3 | 14/12 2013 18:24
Only in a small Italian place where I knew the chef. He would say "Let me make something for you." It was always good. I wouldn't do that in a place where I didn't know the chef. His/her taste and mine might not coincide.
Answer #4 | 14/12 2013 19:55
yes but the owner knew me and my taste i would not let some choose my food for me that i didn't know
Answer #5 | 18/12 2013 13:19
In a very good sushi restaurant you can ask for "omikase," which means chef's choice.
Answer #6 | 15/12 2013 05:11
YES, I have done this at several local small "ethnic" restaurants, especially when this ethnic cuisine is unfamilar . We would set a price point, then asked for like $20 worth of whatever food the chef owner wished to prepare for us. The chef would typically only do this on a week day, not a busy weekend. One time we did this, we loved the meal, so we asked the waitress what we were eating, she had no idea, the chef made us meals not on his normal menu. We had to wait for him to visit our table to explain what we were eating. It is both fun and a tad scarey to just "trust' your local chef/owner, but we always felts we got a better value for our money, we always had food to take home.

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