Before you get to the menu, you first have to get through the manifesto.
It’s a binder of rules presented to diners at Mukilteo’s Grouchy Chef restaurant.
No shoveling food in your mouth like at some cheap eatery (or at home).
No blowing your nose or fixing your makeup at the table. No clinking crystal glasses. No shorts. No sandals. No personal requests. No frills. No substitutions.
Don’t like it?
Eat elsewhere, said Takayuki Masumoto, the chef with the curmudgeonly persona.
Interesting dining concept. I especially love that Chef Masumoto is doing four-course dinners for $15. Maybe if I get some time I will have to make a trip to Snohomish County.