The chef will make Ethiopian tacos with injera bread on a $140 menu coming from Govind Armstrong's kitchen.
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In a rare visit, the massively famous ginger chef will cook two lunches in Santa Monica.
"We also had a sliced steak in the center and just all took what we wanted. And we drank one or two bottles of Vespa."
From Italian margaritas at Culina to food specials at Border Grill, you'll be a superhero if you're still standing by the end of Thursday night.
Plus: Wal-Mart tests out online store, food prices rise in Asia, and apparently Chinese food in D.C. sucks.