Cutty and Platty disagree about the future of the luxury meal.
Frank Bruni has only met Adam Platt once, but he thinks he'd like him.
Also in the magazine: a recipe for Pacific saury, Platt on Apiary, and a new dessert for the pumpkin-averse.
Our silly restaurant critic! How little he understands Japanese food, right?
It's not great news for Hundred Acres or Forge.
Plus openings, fava beans, and Gael Greene in this week's magazine.
Justice is served, with braised pistachios.
Everything you could possibly want to know about breakfast is in the magazine this week.
The final four chefs prepare for their trip to Puerto Rico, but does anyone even care anymore?
Plus: A bouquet of international openings, in this week's issue.
Dale and Lisa's tango of hatred truly terrified us on this week's 'Top Chef.'
Where to eat if you're allergic and whether to dine at South Gate in this week's magazine.
Last night's 'Top Chef' featured loathing and injustice of a sort so disturbing that only commiseration with Adam Platt could help.
Olana and Mia Dona reviewed, the Grand Sichuan man speaks, and Scott Conant returns with Scarpetta.
In one of the best 'Top Chef' episodes in recent memory, justice was served, and we and Adam Platt were very happy about it.
If fugu were safe to eat, would anybody even want to?
Platt goes on a fugu hunt in Japan, the Robs tell of a spate of Village openings, and Commerce gets reviewed in this week's issue.
Ko rides high, Terroir mixes it up, and dog biscuits and grilled cheese sandwiches get the haute treatment in this week's issue.