British food critic spares no feelings

Jay Raynor
Jay Rayner is a well-known (though not, perhaps, well-loved) dining critic in England, about to publish a book: My Dining Hell: Twenty Ways to Have a Lousy Night Out. In this Zagat interview he wastes no time in explaining, about other things, how to tell if a restaurant is likely to be dismal, what the difference is between U.S. and U.K. restaurant critics, how he was censored on Top Chef Masters, and phrases he wishes he'd never hear again. It's a fun read, enjoy!

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