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 0x6010ed8> 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.]]> 98657554-dae3-11e1-9724-1231394043be Sun, 29 Apr 2012 08:07:17 GMT