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Chew on This: Should Restaurants Allow Food Photos?

In restaurant critic Todd Kliman's chat today, a reader said that he or she had recently splurged on a meal at Komi. "The food was amazing, the ambiance was great, and the service was impeccable," the reader wrote. "My only complaint? I was told the chef doesn't allow photos of the food to be taken."

What do you think? Should diners always be allowed to take photographs of their food? Or does a chef have the right to ban cameras? Let us know in the comments!

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