The Critics: The Washington Post's chief restaurant critic...


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The Washington Post's chief restaurant critic Tom Sietsema answers some oft-asked questions about his much-coveted job. He dines out "10 to 12 meals a week," and the only he's "declined in nearly 30 years of professional eating is food that's unsafe or appears to be, which still didn't stop me from checking out a recommended roadside stall in New Delhi where the onions for a dish of mutton were chopped on a rickety stool, and the meat was served on plates that bore traces of another meal." [WaPo][Image]

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