Minneapolis-St. Paul and Upper Midwest Food Magazine // Feasting on the Bounty of the Upper Midwest
Andrew Zimmern writes that within 48 hours of D’Amico Cucina closing, it’s announced that D’Amico is taking over the food service at the Chambers Hotel.
wow, I didn’t see that coming.
D’Amicos takes over the Chambers kitchen. Best chef in the world replaced by airplane food. Join my facebook group “Foodies against D’Amicos” @ http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=95120574226&ref=nf
Airplane Food? Airplane Food?
Join my Facebook group, “Foodies against the over-opinionated and ill-informed.” The best chef in the world needs to occasionally visit his restaurant if it’s going to be the best restaurant in the world.
Airplane food, indeed. I don’t think you really know what you are talking about. Have you been on an airplane recently? If you are lucky enough to get food, it is a microwaved hamburger in plastic wrap. How can you possibly compare that to the amazing food that was coming out of the kitchen at Cucina?! I admit I never went to Chambers, so I cannot compare between the two. And I was, admittedly, an employee at Cucina, but having gone to many of the restaurants that have opened in the Twin Cities in the past few years, NONE of them have compared to the quality at D’Amico Cucina. It may have been one of the most expensive restaurants in the cities, but I’ve been to others just as pricey where I was not impressed at all with what I was served. I, for one, am looking forward to seeing what D’Amico does with the Chambers space. Judging by the number of loyal customers who flocked to see us in the last weeks we were open, and knowing Occhiato’s work, I think it will be a success.
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