DAVID KINCH: The Tsar of Terroir

Rowe, Megan
August 2012
Restaurant Hospitality;Aug2012, Vol. 96 Issue 8, p34
Trade Publication
The article presents an interview with chef David Kinch. When asked about constant menu changes at his restaurant Manresa, Kinch replies that he has always wanted to improve little by little every year since opening the restaurant. He says some customers at Manresa take a look at the menu and decide on their orders in the lounge. He discusses his relationship with the grower Love Apple Farm.


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