Which makes it all the more impressive to me that some folks not only thrive in the kitchen but thrive in the kitchen on TV. Here's hoping that PM/Cha Chah/Suzy Wong's House of Yum chef-owner Arnold Myint falls into the latter category on the new season of Bravo's Top Chef — if I'm gonna have a pony in this race, I'd like to see 'im win.
I contacted Arnold at Cha Chah tonight, but all interviews need to be cleared with the press people. Ya know, like they do it in Hollywood — how fucking cool is that!!! Also, it's kinda awesome that Nashville is going to have an actual food-scene representative on national TV, as opposed to those squirrel eaters on Bizarre Foods that one time.
The new season of Top Chef starts Wed., June 16 at 8 p.m.