Interactive Food Gives Eaters a Twist They Won’t Expect

Wednesday, March 14, 2018 | 8:16 pm

Mom always said not to play with your food. But we’re adults now, and there’s this new thing called interactive food, and that’s Chef Jeremy Zimmerman’s specialty. He’s the Chef from Pasadena’s own The Mixx Restaurant, and he’s giving customers something they don’t expect through flavor and aesthetics.

Before anything else, food should be great. Zimmerman, our ace of base, knows the secret to accomplishing this, and that’s through using a great French base. He gained his experience from working under Guillaume Burlion, and is now part of a 3rd generation of passed down knowledge specializing in French techniques.

Zimmerman believes in a minimalistic approach when it comes to his creations so that the flavors present themselves as distinct. He usually stays at 5 ingredients to make up a dish: 4 of which are recognizable and at least one that is always fun since it’s harder to identify.

“It’s very approachable by the everyday eater, that goes out to eat 3-4 times a week, will recognize a lot of the components on the dish,” says Zimmerman.

Zimmerman teaches his food lovers new flavors this way and gets to share the genius behind the dishes. He knows how to appeal to aesthetics just as well as to taste. His dishes are vibrant and vivacious as they come to your table, so your eyes are also pleasantly surprised as well.

Dine well, and have fun eating. The Mixx promises this and more. After a couple of dinners with Zimmerman you’ll have a nicely diverse palate, and a wonderfully full belly.

The Mixx is located at 443 E Colorado Blvd, in Pasadena. For more information call (626) 500-0021 or visit http://themixxpasadena.com/.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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