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Jehangir Mehta

  1. Coming Soon
    Details on Jehangir Mehta’s Graffiti MeHe hopes to offer private dining and custom menus.
  2. Leftovers
    Celebrate Cider Week NY; Marcus Samuelsson’s Harlem ItineraryPlus: Pinterest food-lovers stay sharp, and more in today’s leftovers.
  3. Empire Building
    Jehangir Mehta Takes On Downtown BrooklynHe joins the BK hotel-restaurant trend.
  4. Quote of the Day
    But How Do You Really Feel?Jesús Nuñez: not happy about his restaurant’s name change.
  5. Lawsuits
    Jehangir Mehta on Winning the Graffit/Graffiti Dispute: ‘I Hope PeopleMeanwhile, Jesús Nuñez says he’s still confused over the whole thing.
  6. Lawsuits
    The Graffiti-Graffit Complaint: Mehta Wants to Smash Nuñez’s PlatesA look at Jehangir Mehta’s already infamous complaint against Jesús Nuñez.
  7. Lawsuits
    Graffiti Says Graffit Suit Is ‘Simply About the Similarity in theA rep says, “Jehangir does not pretend to have invented ‘pop rock cuisine.’”
  8. Lawsuits
    Jesús Nuñez on Lawsuit: ‘I Didn’t Know Graffiti ExistedAnd Pop Rocks have been used as an ingredient for over a decade! Duh.
  9. Lawsuits
    Jehangir Mehta of Graffiti Sues Jesús Nuñez of Graffit: He Took My PopIt’s the craziest molecular-gastronomy slapdown since Marcel vs. Wylie.
  10. Openings
    First Look at Mehtaphor, Jehangir Mehta’s Small-Plates Spot in the DuaneThe Graffiti chef will serve Asian-accented dishes like garlic-cumin crab pizza and shrimp kebabs.
  11. Openings
    Rising in Fall: Jehangir Mehta’s Mehtaphor and Eric Hara’s AstoriaThe Oak Room’s chef looks to Queens.
  12. Openings
    Fall Fusion: ‘Hinglish’ and ‘Mex‘Q’ Concepts onPlus, Jehangir Mehta of ‘Next Iron Chef’ plans a Graffiti spinoff.
  13. T.V Land
    Eric Greenspan Warns The Next Iron Chef’s Jehangir Mehta About PushingChef Eric Greenspan sums up the remaining competition and his experience in The Next Iron Chef.
  14. TV Land
    New Yorker Nate Appleman Will Compete to Be Next Iron ChefA clue into what sort of restaurant the San Francisco transplant might open here?
  15. Slideshow
    Can Pranna Be the Sapa of the Flatiron District?Chef Chai Trivedi took his inspiration from a six-month motorcycle odyssey across Southern Asia.
  16. NewsFeed
    ‘Forbes’ Eyes Tomorrow’s Celebrity ChefsWho will be the next overexposed chef to dictate American cuisine?
  17. Mediavore
    Chefs Disappoint Their Parents; Cooking With 99 Cent–Store FoodChefs let their parents down, Seamus Mullen will pull your iPod, and Eric Ripert comes up with a menu using ingredients from a 99-cent store.
  18. Mediavore
    Per Se Raises Prices; Shill for Whole Foods, Win FoodYou’re going to regret not going to Per Se the last time you had a chunk of change to burn: Thomas Keller’s luxe restaurant has raised prices for both the regular and vegetarian menus to $275 for nine courses. [Bottomless Dish/Citysearch] Violence continues in the Flatiron club district, as two men were arrested for stabbing a patron and a bouncer at Club Spy after a fight erupted in the VIP room. [NYP] As part of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s Green the Capitol project, the cafeterias are getting a locavore makeover, with the goal to sell as much locally grown, organic food as possible. [WP]
  19. Back of the House
    Inside the Troubled Russian Tea Room; Meyer and Others on Media ScrutinyThe fullest account yet of the debacle that is the new Russian Tea Room. Gary Robins comes out looking far more sinned against than sinning, and the owner comes out looking like a jerk. [NYP] A blue-ribbon panel including Mario Batali, Bill Telepan, and Danny Meyer study the question of whether it’s possible to open a restaurant under the radar. The near unanimous answer is no. Will Goldfarb suggests one way: “Do it in Queens.” [Snack] Pichet Ong formerly of Spice Market is the first of the hot pastry chefs to open his own restaurant, the eponymous P*ong. Rivals Sam Mason and Jehangir Mehta (formerly of Aix) are close behind. [NYS] Related: The Launch [Grub Street]