At some restaurants, it's diners who take orders

01/7/2013 | Vanity Fair

Some celebrity chefs have turned fine-dining experiences into marathon multi-course tasting meals in which the patron has no say in what's on the plate, writes Corby Kummer. He details the rise of chefs including Charlie Trotter, who closed his famed Chicago restaurant last year, and Ferran Adria and Thomas Keller, whose experimental menus started with a desire "to startle and delight the diner."

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