‘Bizarre Foods’ host Andrew Zimmern apologizes for ‘insulting’ comments about Chinese restaurants

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“Weird Meals” host Andrew Zimmern is apologizing for his feedback about Chinese language eating places after he was criticized as culturally insensitive.

Zimmern simply opened his personal Chinese language restaurant, Fortunate Cricket, in Minnesota.

In this Thursday, July 20, 2017, file photo, Travel Channel's "Bizzare Foods" host Andrew Zimmern, a four-time James Beard award-winning chef, samples Taiwanese noodle soup and pork roll at Happy Stony Noodle in Elmhurst, Queens in New York.

On this Thursday, July 20, 2017, file picture, Journey Channel’s “Bizzare Meals” host Andrew Zimmern, a four-time James Beard award-winning chef, samples Taiwanese noodle soup and pork roll at Blissful Stony Noodle in Elmhurst, Queens in New York.
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Final week, Quick Firm posted an interview from the summer time wherein Zimmern says he was saving the souls of people that dine at “(expletive) eating places masquerading as Chinese language meals” within the Midwest.

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The Eater stated his remarks represented cultural elitism. The Washington Publish referred to as them insulting.

In an announcement to the Star Tribune, Zimmern admits his feedback sounded conceited. He took accountability and tried to make clear, saying many diners within the Twin Cities space eat Chinese language meals in malls, and he hopes to show them to the “greatness of Chinese language and Chinese language-American cuisines.”

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This story was initially printed by the Related Press.

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