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March 2015
Restaurant Magazine;Mar2015, Issue 247, p52
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The article discusses the effect of front-of-house cooking theatrics in restaurants to attract more customers. It highlights the Wood Stone oven as the centrepiece of the open kitchen at Goan-Portuguese eatery Assado by chef Cyrus Todiwala. It also emphasizes that theatrics can add value to dining experience about the food and the place, according to Steve Loughton, equipment managing director at foodservice equipment manufacturer Jestic Foodservice Equipment.


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