Food Inc does what a good documentary should do - it highlights the issues we have in modern food production. It does so by outlining some of the more egregious examples thereof and uses techniques such as color shifts, camera angles, and music to make a point.
That's great. It gets people thinking, gets things moving, and - as we can see today - even br... (more)
It depends what the diner is looking for.
If you want a cultural experience from your food, then authenticity is likely to be a factor in creating that.
Personally, I love the taste of westernised Chinese food, but also really enjoy the experience of eating stuff I can't identify, but know that a billion people eat every day. Sometimes I discover new fl... (more)