René Redzepi, the celebrated chef of the restaurant Noma in Copenhagen, gets complaints: "Of course [laughing], now that we have the Americans. We actually had one, probably six months back. Maybe he was from Texas... When the first dish arrived, he said, 'Wow, boy, you guys sure eat lightly over here.' And he said it with that fat accent. He left not happy, for sure. He wanted big portions and piles of food." [Globe and Mail]
Redzepi Gets Complaints from Americans
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