“We tried three Italian restaurants there and thought that bringing a well-known name would help the restaurant grow,” China Grill Management VP Terry Zarikian tells us. “But we were wrong.” That’s why they hired Charles Ramseyer, a guy you’ve never heard of from Seattle. “He’ll be there every day,” Zarikian says. “He’s a real chef. Our restaurants are ingredient-driven, not celebrity driven.” Ramseyer is known — insofar as he is known at all! — for his unflashy treatment of fresh fish. Says Ronald Holden, a Seattle restaurant consultant who actually knows who this dude is: “You’re getting in Charles a guy who can run a huge kitchen at the city’s most popular seafood restaurant while respecting the raw materials. Seattle’s not a chef-driven town. Outside of Tom Douglas, there are no self-proclaimed celebrities.” Tom Douglas?