1. Paul Qui, chef/owner of Qui in Austin The worst advice I’ve ever given and the best advice I’ve ever received are the same: Keep your head down and work. Sometimes questions need to be asked and the chef is not always right. 2. Ray Tang, chef/owner of the Presidio Social Club in San Francisco One constant piece of advice that I get is from guests, family members and friends is to open a restaurant closer to where they live. While that’s very nice and endearing, ...
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