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How a Master Chef Built a Michelin-Starred Taiwanese Restaurant in a Strip Mall — Mise En Place

 

Here’s another great video from the Eater Channel on YouTube. Check it out.

 

At Michelin-starred Kato in LA, chef Jon Yao creates dishes inspired by flavors from Los Angeles and Taiwan. The tiny restaurant, located in a strip mall, prides itself on having only one refrigerator in the entire establishment, meaning the chefs there have to start fresh for their 600 dishes every day.

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