The adage may be "the customer is always right," but there are times chefs would rather just agree to disagree. After all, when you're passionate enough about food to be cooking for a living, that means having plenty of opinions on the right and the wrong way to do things. Of course, when you're dependent on keeping restaurants guests happy, that often also requires keeping your opinions to yourself. That is, until we got chefs to share how they really feel about some of the offerings on their menus.
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