The Ambiguity of Authenticity http://www.chattanoogapulse.com/food-drink/sushi-biscuits/the-ambiguity-of-authenticity/ Authentic cuisine. That phrase gets thrown around as carelessly as “world famous,” “award winning,” and “I’ve never done this before,” but what does it really mean? What makes a dish authentic? en-us <function copyright at 0x64c65f0> Sun, 29 Apr 2012 08:07:17 GMT "Authentic"
To quickly recap why I did not enjoy my experience:

1) Their being out of ingredients to prepare at least four dishes.
2) The owner questioning my choice of dish, I really don't get this.
3) The surly and uncaring delivery of our food.
4) The grossly oversalted "curry" which ruined my taste buds for the evening.

Truely, I have no idea whether the food was "authentic", I am not in a position to make that call. I just had a bad experience and wrote about it. If I return I will be sure to try your beloved Massaman curry, if allowed to by the owner.]]>
http://www.chattanoogapulse.com/food-drink/sushi-biscuits/the-ambiguity-of-authenticity/ 98657554-dae3-11e1-9724-1231394043be Sun, 29 Apr 2012 08:07:17 GMT