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Eater Interviews: Jay Rayner on No-Reservation Restaurants, Crusading Chefs, and the Gifts of the Recession

[Photo: Daniel Krieger] This is the concluding portion of an interview with Jay Rayner (see part one), in which the Observer restaurant critic rails against preciousness in food writing, talks about the dining scenes in London and New York,...
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