Around four years ago, Syd Suntha (who now runs popular Sri Lankan food cart Kottu) was jotting down ideas for different food events, when he landed on the idea of putting on a Wu-Tang-themed dinner. “I’ve loved them since I was a kid, and I think they’re one of those groups that resonate with every single person,” Suntha says.
At first, it was just going to be a five-course event with just him cooking. But then he thought, “There’s nine members of the Wu-Tang Clan. Why not have nine chefs at the event?” And since the number 36 is featured in the group’s debut album, “Enter the Wu-Tang (36
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