I've eaten there three out of the last four nights. I'm hooked!
This too is for the self-proclaimed "Drizzt" and for whoever else out there gets uncomfortable when someone receives praise:
First of all, oh persecuted one, stop throwing the f#@king stones. Praise for Vendrinski does not disqualify any other chef from similar or even higher praise.
Compete with yourself not the people around you-that's my advice for people "in the business."
Secondly, a review is an opinion-therefore inherently biased...if you want to review Vendrinsky then do it but, please, accept that there are 5-6 billion other perspectives in the world and yours-however valid you may think it is, is merely one. Just a drop in the f^*king bucket...
And lastly, your Publix comment suggests that perhaps your relationship to the chef in question is not-so-impersonal. Maybe a little reflection/reflexion is in order.
I mean REALLY! Dungeons and FU(K!NG Dragons!
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