With diners increasingly demanding novel food and novel experiences, chefs are adapting a Japanese technique of total submission to the kitchen's whim
With discerning diners in search of constant novelty, the a la carte menu might seem a bit boring. You go to a restaurant and order their signature dishes. But then what? One way to deal with that problem of choice is Omakase, the Japanese concept of letting the chef decide what you should eat. Thus doing away with choice altogether.
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