Chodorow presses on, despite spat with New York Times


Jeffrey ChodorowJeffrey Chodorow‘s  new London restaurant called Suka opens at the Sanderson Hotel today, replacing  Alain Ducasse’s Spoon restaurant. Chodorow has had no end of media attention of late, having been heavily criticised by Frank Bruni in the New York Times.   His response?   A full-page ad in the paper claiming that Bruni was out to get him… he’s even set up his own blog where he says he’ll follow in the reviewer’s footsteps and give his verdict on the restaurants he reviews.


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