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  • The restaurant where you eat in silence
  • The restaurant where you eat in silence
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The restaurant where you eat in silence

Dinner at Eat in Brooklyn is no time to catch up on gossip. Or talk at all. Inspired by Buddhist monks, chef Nicholas Nauman is cooking his diners Silent Meals; "a way to understand intention and experience in eating – which is as profound a human activity as there is."

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