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The chef de cuisine at Asiate, Angie Berry, doesn’t typically make the rounds in the dining room and visit tables during service hours. However, like with all reasonable requests, the staff at Asiate will do its best to get the chef on the dining room floor if you’re interested in picking his culinary mind. Berry could probably offer a lot of great information on the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant; she was on the opening team when the Asian-influenced contemporary American restaurant debuted in 2003. After working her way through other fine-dining restaurants in New York, she returned to Asiate in 2009 and snagged the chef de cuisine title in 2012. She usually stays in the kitchen, crafting the restaurant's delectable contemporary American cuisine with an Asian flair.