David Kinch: The tsar of terroir

David Kinch: The tsar of terroir

Manresa, one of the world's top restaurants, has staked its reputation on a farm. Chef/owner David Kinch explains his approach.

Over the last decade, David Kinch has attained rock star status among other chefs in awe of what he does at Manresa, his farm-to-table temple in Los Gatos, CA. The intimate French/modern Catalan-style spot outside of San Francisco perennially turns up on lists of the world’s 50 best restaurants, and for six consecutive years it has earned a two-star nod from the Michelin Guide. Kinch got his start working for Paul Prudhomme at Commander’s Palace, graduated from Johnson &

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